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May 29 2017, 07:08 PM
On our site, we use some custom fields that are only editable by admins for simplicity's sake. Recently a new field was added, there was some reorganizing, etc., and as a result we had to edit each member's profile individually to fix the changes. It took a while because each time, we had to go back to the main Find/Edit/Suspend User page, type in the character name, and find their profile that way. Lots of times, people get missed this way, especially when members get into the 100s.I was wondering if maybe it would be possible at some point to just start with user 1, make the edits, and click "Next User/Member" and just increase by member number?
Dec 8 2016, 05:31 PM
To be honest, I haven't experienced this myself, so I don't know what exactly is going on. As far as I know, it's only happened on Google Chrome (the recommended browser for my site), so I'm almost inclined to think it's a Chrome issue more than one with my coding. Nonetheless, I figured I'd check into it with a fresh pair of eyes to see if anything was missed.

Initially one of my members informed me that the error was in two dropped ). I used the Inspect feature to look, and I only found one. I tried to pinpoint it, but the line changes on every page. The error I get is:
CODE
Uncaught SyntaxError: missing ) after argument list


Then it tells me which line, and often when I check it out, it's a line with no coding, or one that doesn't have anything to do with javascript. I'm not comfortable/trained in Javascript, so I don't write it myself, and anything I've edited I've scoured to ensure has no issues.

I thought maybe the problem was in Chrome trying to load too much, so I switched to HTML Templates from CFS. So far the only issue is positioning in Topic Rows, which is fixed easily, but I still find those SyntaxErrors when I inspect. To be honest, I don't know what it means, I don't know if I've broken something, I don't know how to fix it, but is this what's causing trouble for people - and only certain people?

Since it hasn't happened to everyone, I'm wondering if it's a browser issue more than a site issue. When I get too much going on - too many tabs, too many extensions, etc. - i get those crashing issues. I was sent a screenshot and it isn't a 502 or 504 error - just Chrome being a butt and not loading. Still, if it's something I can fix, I'd rather do it and be done.

Here is the site.

Additionally, if it is a Chrome issue, I have tested the site on Firefox and everything works - except for the miniprofile effect. As you may see with our minis, the avatar splits into two triangles using clipPath properties. When I made the skin, clip wasn't available for FIrefox (I haven't checked to see if that's changed) but a "cheat" for it was. The "cheat" worked when I tested in JFiddle in Firefox, but not in the actual skin itself. I was wondering if this was normal, or if something additional could be done? If not, it isn't a priority, just a curiosity.

Thanks!
Jul 7 2016, 05:44 PM
Hello! My friend and I have been considering upgrading to Premium service for a month on our board just to see how it goes (http://wayfaringrp.jcink.net). I just wanted to clarify a few things that I think I already know the answer to, but we want to cover our butts so that everything is clear.

We have at least one member right now who is under 18 (we had two, but the other hasn't logged in for two weeks ish). Our plan for any mature content was to have it all housed in one forum so it's not spread all over the board; additionally, we considered password-protecting the mature forum and having members PM admins for the password. The plan was that any members under 18 could access anywhere else, just not that one particular forum. And a new rule would be that if they were caught posting in there, they — and their posting partner — would be banned.

What I'm wondering is, how liable are we? Obviously it's online and we kind of have to work on the honour system. Like that saying, "Yes I'm over 18 and have been since I was 13 years old". Banning a minor for posting there is one thing. Now, the admins will absolutely not give the forum password to members we know are minors, but we can't guarantee another member won't if they know it — or that future members are honest about their age. So, if a member, who is under 18, fudges their age and gets the password, how much trouble are we in if they can read the board? Automatic board deletion, IP banning, standing in the stocks for two days, etc.?

I also saw when I tried to search for the answer to this question that a message appears on the board when Premium expires. Since we're doing a trial month, if we decide not to renew should I contact you here via PM to have the message removed?

Thanks.
Jan 23 2015, 02:21 PM
I'm using custom BBCode on my site for posting templates. It's working great for now, but I'd like to make them available as buttons above posting. I know it's an option, but it looks so cluttered if they're all there. Is there a way to remove some of the options already there to replace them with the posting formats? If possible, I'd like to keep the standard B/I/U buttons, but it's okay if they're not there and the whole thing changes.
Aug 3 2014, 08:43 AM
I was wondering if there was a way to have forum rules show when viewing the list of threads, but disappear in the actual thread itself. For example, having the forum rules (which are used as a general description of the location) visible here, but invisible here.

I was wondering if it would be something like the code we use to only show affiliates on the index, which is this one:

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<script>
if('<!-- |input_act| -->' == 'idx') {
$("#affshidden").show();
}
</script>


So would something like

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<script>
if('<!-- |input_showforum| -->' == 'whatevernumber') {
$("#ruleshidden").show();
}
</script>


work? Or is there a simpler way?
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