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    MeMaBlue reacted to Nathan Explosion in AdSense Crawler   
    I've put together a plugin which handles this in a different location, making it hookable - have sent a new copy of it to @Mopar1973Man to try it out. If anyone would like a copy then please PM me directly.
    I won't be releasing it to the MarketPlace, as it does circumvent the security which IPS has built in to the product (albeit for only one configured account) - all I ask is you chuck me a beer ūüėČ
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    MeMaBlue reacted to asigno in Add Expires Headers when uploading to S3 to improve caching   
    @The Old Man did you get any updates from @Charles on this?
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    MeMaBlue reacted to The Old Man in Add Expires Headers when uploading to S3 to improve caching   
    Having spent some time and effort on a reliable working solution for this, I intend to release a configurable Marketplace plug-in soon for it. It will be my first plug-in, so please bear with me. Will update this topic once done!
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    MeMaBlue reacted to The Old Man in Add Expires Headers when uploading to S3 to improve caching   
    Yes, they are not showing here on 4.4 either so I don't think Charles has waved his wand yet. In fact the GTM score here is in the low 80's.
    https://gtmetrix.com/reports/invisioncommunity.com/Fp7jIA6X

    The 4.4 changelog says that improvements to caching have been made, especially for guests, that must be something else.
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    MeMaBlue reacted to MIXOH in (RU4) URLs Transliteration   
    Works fine for me on 4.4.1
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    MeMaBlue reacted to Ilya Hoilik in (RU4) URLs Transliteration   
    Released 2.0.1 to fix one small issue. Now compatible with 4.4.
    @MeMaBlue
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    MeMaBlue reacted to DSystem in Linkfavicon - Supporttopic   
    Tested and working...
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    MeMaBlue reacted to Fosters in Remove Followed Content - Supporttopic   
    No, but it’s coming finally later today 
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    MeMaBlue reacted to Faqole in What is Interesting from This Forum   
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    MeMaBlue reacted to blacknight in Google Tag Manager   
    Any news about Google Tag manager implementation? I would like to use it too.
    What is the best way to add it to IPB?
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    MeMaBlue reacted to The Old Man in Google Tag Manager   
    Google Tags Manager is now the the recommended method of installing Google Analytics on sites so it would be good to see 4.3 support it in the Analytics options list out of the box. 
    As suggested above, I use the method of the standard Google Analytics code option for the header code and use a custom template for the opening body section code, then call it the Global Template. Seems to work okay. I also create additional templates for footerJS and headerstuff like extra RSS feeds, extra size favicons, font awesome 5 etc etc.
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    MeMaBlue got a reaction from growroom in IPB NEEDS A DECENT EMAIL MARKETING SOLUTION!   
    agree  100%!!! would pay for it.
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    MeMaBlue reacted to Michael.J in Auto Welcome Support   
    The quickest solution i could offer is to reverse the recent change but I can't guarantee that the PM notification bug won't return.
    Are you using the new time delay setting at all?
    It's been noted before but might be a while. I do have a plugin that would allow you to set different messages for 2 user groups but something that handles more groups will require a bigger change to the auto welcome app.
    I would first recommend setting a topic author in the auto welcome settings. That way it can rule out any issues with the auto welcome topic code first and then I can troubleshoot different forum settings/permissions that might be the cause here.
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    MeMaBlue got a reaction from Ramsesx in Merging old topics into new ones : a warning is needed   
    Hello, 
    this happened to us once, and we could save it with only creating a permanent 301 redirect for the old existing link, 
    (that was appearing in search results and was a frequently used topic with backlinks to it)
     Moderators, usually are needed to merge new topics into existing old ones, so as to not have double discussions of the same subject, and to guide new members to the older existing answers where they can read or ask more. 
    Its a relatively not risky permission to give to a moderator. 
     When you merge  topic B into topic A the url link of the topic you selected (B)   is deleted. 
    Old links though, have an importance with seo. So when you merge an old topic into a new topic, 
    you are distroying a link  and creating a 404 error page, where you wouldnt want one. 
    This isnt good when it happens accidentally or even unknowingly, if a moderator is not aware of it or just does not care and does otherwise. 
    A warning that  would appear when you try to merge an older topic into a new one, 
    would be useful, saying 
    You are trying to merge an old topic into a new one  - are you sure you want to do this;
    and / or even:
    This will mean the old url (and all the backlinks you have on it) will stop working/existing and you will get a 404 page on it. 
     
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    MeMaBlue reacted to Joel R in Auto Welcome Support   
    Thanks for the update and continued maintenance.  
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    MeMaBlue reacted to joshuaj in RSS Feed Import   
    Hey there @MeMaBlue, @The Old Man,
    Right now Fosters has an RSS plugin that can do 99% of what I want. It doesn't allow you to map an image yet - but @Fosters says he is working on this feature.
    Currently you have to manually add the image after the import.
     
     
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    MeMaBlue reacted to Fosters in Default Guest Language   
    Yes, just tested it and can confirm that it works fine for me.
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    MeMaBlue reacted to opentype in GDPR - How does it affect forums?   
    Deleting content is more of an issue of intellectual property‚ÄĒGDPR is about privacy.
    But¬†GDPR contains regulations about ‚Äúportability‚ÄĚ, so providers must give you a way to download your data and take it to other providers. This was not created with forums in mind and no one knows if forum owners might get into trouble for that. We have to wait and see.¬†
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    MeMaBlue reacted to Adriano Faria in Advanced Profile Edit   
    I'll try to update it during this week.
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    MeMaBlue reacted to Adriano Faria in Advanced Profile Edit   
    I already started:

    Groups:

    I will work a bit daily in this.
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    MeMaBlue reacted to iacas in Advanced Profile Edit   
    Waiting on this for 4.3 compatibility, and am strongly considering it then.
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    MeMaBlue reacted to newbie LAC in (NB40) Ads After X Posts   
    Hello,
    Yes
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    MeMaBlue got a reaction from *Jos√© Antonio in Merging old topics into new ones : a warning is needed   
    Hello, 
    this happened to us once, and we could save it with only creating a permanent 301 redirect for the old existing link, 
    (that was appearing in search results and was a frequently used topic with backlinks to it)
     Moderators, usually are needed to merge new topics into existing old ones, so as to not have double discussions of the same subject, and to guide new members to the older existing answers where they can read or ask more. 
    Its a relatively not risky permission to give to a moderator. 
     When you merge  topic B into topic A the url link of the topic you selected (B)   is deleted. 
    Old links though, have an importance with seo. So when you merge an old topic into a new topic, 
    you are distroying a link  and creating a 404 error page, where you wouldnt want one. 
    This isnt good when it happens accidentally or even unknowingly, if a moderator is not aware of it or just does not care and does otherwise. 
    A warning that  would appear when you try to merge an older topic into a new one, 
    would be useful, saying 
    You are trying to merge an old topic into a new one  - are you sure you want to do this;
    and / or even:
    This will mean the old url (and all the backlinks you have on it) will stop working/existing and you will get a 404 page on it. 
     
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    MeMaBlue got a reaction from Duken in Merging old topics into new ones : a warning is needed   
    Hello, 
    this happened to us once, and we could save it with only creating a permanent 301 redirect for the old existing link, 
    (that was appearing in search results and was a frequently used topic with backlinks to it)
     Moderators, usually are needed to merge new topics into existing old ones, so as to not have double discussions of the same subject, and to guide new members to the older existing answers where they can read or ask more. 
    Its a relatively not risky permission to give to a moderator. 
     When you merge  topic B into topic A the url link of the topic you selected (B)   is deleted. 
    Old links though, have an importance with seo. So when you merge an old topic into a new topic, 
    you are distroying a link  and creating a 404 error page, where you wouldnt want one. 
    This isnt good when it happens accidentally or even unknowingly, if a moderator is not aware of it or just does not care and does otherwise. 
    A warning that  would appear when you try to merge an older topic into a new one, 
    would be useful, saying 
    You are trying to merge an old topic into a new one  - are you sure you want to do this;
    and / or even:
    This will mean the old url (and all the backlinks you have on it) will stop working/existing and you will get a 404 page on it. 
     
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    MeMaBlue got a reaction from ptprog in Merging old topics into new ones : a warning is needed   
    Hello, 
    this happened to us once, and we could save it with only creating a permanent 301 redirect for the old existing link, 
    (that was appearing in search results and was a frequently used topic with backlinks to it)
     Moderators, usually are needed to merge new topics into existing old ones, so as to not have double discussions of the same subject, and to guide new members to the older existing answers where they can read or ask more. 
    Its a relatively not risky permission to give to a moderator. 
     When you merge  topic B into topic A the url link of the topic you selected (B)   is deleted. 
    Old links though, have an importance with seo. So when you merge an old topic into a new topic, 
    you are distroying a link  and creating a 404 error page, where you wouldnt want one. 
    This isnt good when it happens accidentally or even unknowingly, if a moderator is not aware of it or just does not care and does otherwise. 
    A warning that  would appear when you try to merge an older topic into a new one, 
    would be useful, saying 
    You are trying to merge an old topic into a new one  - are you sure you want to do this;
    and / or even:
    This will mean the old url (and all the backlinks you have on it) will stop working/existing and you will get a 404 page on it. 
     
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