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  1. Welcome to part 3 ( Part 1 & Part 2 ) of our series for 3rd party developers. Let's recap the interesting stuff: A new extension was added to the core app to allow 3rd party apps to extend the achievements. Content Items can be marked as anonymous We have cleaned up our code and have removed almost all the deprecated methods and variables! One if the most concerning changes for IN_DEV users will probably be our new ACP warning once the CSRF Key is being exposed in the ACP That's nothing to worry about, it's only returned with enabled IN_DEV mode, but please take it serious and try to avoid any redirect to any URL containing the CSRF key and containing user generated content.
  2. Could you please submit a ticket so that we can take a look at this?
  3. Time to upgrade! 😉 From the 4.5 changelog:
  4. There should be a full error stack logged in your system log. Try to find the last error in the twitter_promote category
  5. Throughout the IPS Community Suite, content items can be posted as anonymous. Implementing page view tracking First, you need to implement the Anonymous interface in your content item model, like so: implements \IPS\Content\Anonymous Next, add a is_anon and last_comment_anon key to your $databaseColumnMap, with the value being the name of the database column that stores the bit. To determine if a content item or comment was posted anonymous, you can use the new Item::isAnonymous() method. Also Item::author() will return a guest object for anonymous content!
  6. We’ll mention the IP address in the support request once it gets necessary:)
  7. You can use the filter on the club - members page to show all invited members. That said, as far as I know, they won't get a duplicate invitation if they were already invited.
  8. There's indeed a rule for this in our guidelines https://invisioncommunity.com/developers/submission-guidelines/
  9. That's caused by a bug which was fixed for 4.6
  10. Thanks. Based on our code ReadMarkers support Items without containers, so it's a valid bug which I have posted to our internal bugtracker.
  11. {text|raw} won't escape the text. But please be very careful 😉 NEVER do this with usergenerated content
  12. We have an internal suggestion for this already 🙂
  13. What’s wrong with the pages app?
  14. No, it means that the end user will need to cancel any active withdrawal request (per currency) before creating another. So if you create a withdrawal request today, you won’t be able to create a second one until the first was completed or canceled .
  15. You could use our Pages application and just create a new database for job positions 🙂
  16. BTW, if you're hosted with us, you're of course able to create the robots.txt too 🙂 Just mentioning it here for our cloud clients which probably run into this topic.. 🙂
  17. Few months have passed since our last post here, so let's get ready to rumble🙂 Supported PHP & MySQL Versions: The PHP min version was increased to PHP 7.2 in IPS 4.6, this means that your marketplace submissions are required to work with this version, but keep in mind that few clients are going to use php8, so I would really suggest to try to get your code working with both versions, which means that you'll need to implement some changes to avoid some BC breaks in PHP8. Here's a great list https://www.php.net/manual/en/migration80.incompatible.php Security Improvements: I have mentioned this change in another topic today, so let's recap it here too:) We have a new IN_DEV code check similar to the slash check, which will inform you about any outputs containing the CSRF key in the URL. This is a bad practice allowing attackers and 3rd parties to obtain the users CSRF key, so please try avoid this at any cost! We're not going to reject MP submissions because of this, but please try to avoid this as much as much as possible. Withdrawal Requests: Please keep in mind that you're permitted to have only one payout request per week;) Since this didn't work out that great and to avoid any drama about canceled requests, this is going to be handled now automatically. As long as there's an open request, you won't be able to submit any new requests! But don't worry, you'll still be able to cancel it and create a new request!
  18. You could use the live meta tag editor to add robot instructions to the pages which you don't want to have indexed. That said, we made also several improvements in IPS 4.6 to remove the CSRF key from URLs
  19. Why would you want to delete all the content just because of few attachments?:) Is it really worth to delete some valuable content to get rid of the attachments? I would check the topics manually and probably remove only the attachments! 2. There's no bug in topics with attachment deletion, there's only one affecting Pages records;) 3. Are you worried about the amount of attachments or their size? You could also remove only the really big ones ( you can locate them in your ACP => System => Files ; and sort the table by the size)
  20. select id1 as topic_id ,count(*) as total FROM core_attachments_map where location_key = 'forums_Forums' group by id1 order by total desc will return the topics with the most attachments
  21. Did you miss the announcements?
  22. This was a bug which was removed due to my above mentioned reason .
  23. The read status won’t work in the blocks because they’re caching the response and returning literally the same content for few minutes for members with the same permission groups.
  24. Absolutely 🙂 IPS doesn't need to be installed in the sites root directory if you're self hosted!
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