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Tips and Tricks > Finding the right locale

When you are editing a language pack, you can define the locale that is used. A locale specifies to the operating system how to do miscellaneous tasks that are language-dependent. Examples include formatting of dates (e.g. whether months come first, or ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Support username type-ahead suggestions

In many areas of IP.Board 3.x you are asked to enter a username. In most of these areas, when you begin typing a username a small suggestion box will be presented with existing accounts based on what you have typed ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Run custom SQL when your application is uninstalled

As IP.Board 3.x now allows much more robust application management via the central application manager in the ACP, modification authors are encouraged to make use of it whenever possible. This will also allow users ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Using the built in editor

It is desirable to give a consistent interface for user's to submit data for familiarity and consistency. You can use the IP.Board editor library to achieve this.It is extremely simple to show an ed ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Adding a tab to the profile screen

Member profiles are a central point to view data about a member, and data that a member has contributed to the community. To facilitate expandability while maintaining low resource overhead, tabs are displayed in the user's profile to allow you to vi ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > How to redirect a user

There are two primary methods of redirecting a user: with an intermediary page, and without one. The intermediary page typically displays confirmation text to a user so that they are aware of the action that has taken place. Note that administrators can ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Format of information.xml file

IP.Board looks for an XML file in your application's xml folder to determine information about the application. This file is required to be able to install your application in ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Log a user in

If you are integrating with IP.Board and need to log a user in, you should require the appropriate IP.Board files to do this.Here is a sample script that can accom ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Working with members

Programatically, it is very easy to add, update and remove users in IP.Board 3. The functionality has been abstracted so that any application can call the appropriate methods, which trigger member synchronization f ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Member plugin functionality

IP.Board 2 provided a file called ipb_member_sync.php in the modules folder that could be used to perform specific actions when certain actions were taken against a member account (e.g. when a member registered, or ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Extending the member configuration

Within your application you may find that you want to give administrators the possibility of editing member-specific data. Perhaps your application allows a user to save a value to their member profile which is displayed, and you want to give administrat ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Extending the group configuration

Your application can easily extend the group configuration form in the ACP through the use of a simple plugin. The plugin should be labeled "group_form.php" and be placed under your application's extensions/admin/ folder (create the admin f ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Creating a login module

IP.Board features abstracted login authentication management, allowing for users to add login modules to change how IP.Board authenticates users during the process. Using thi ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Using the item marking class

IP.Board 3 introduces abstracted item marking, allowing your application to make use of the same code used to track whether a user has read a topic or not. You only need to add a little bit of code in your applicat ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Skinning > Simple Group Legend

Here is a simple skin edit to give a tidy group legend on the board index page.Navigate your way here > ACP > Look / Feel > Manage Skin Sets / Templates > (for each skin as required) > Manage Templates / CSS > Board Index > ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Creating a template plugin

Template plugins can be used to provide additional functionality in skin templates. To create a template plugin, you simply need to add a template file to admin/sources/template_plugins/. The filename should be in the form of "tp_(plugin_name).php& ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Creating a portal plugin

IP.Board includes a built in portal that administrators can enable for their users. This portal can be used as a central page that pulls in data from miscellaneous parts of the site, allowing users to quickly see w ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Specifying meta tags

IP.Board 3 makes it easier to specify meta tags for your application. Meta tags are informational tags that are output in the head of the HTML document which computer programs (e.g. search engine spiders) can look ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Defining friendly urls for your application

IP.Board 3 introduces friendly urls for important pages on the site. You can define friendly urls for your application through the use of a file furlTemplates.php in your application's extensions directory. ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009

Developer Articles > Integrating your app into the site-wide search

IP.Board 3.0 introduces site-wide integrated search functionality to help users find content throughout the site from one interface. Search results are t ...

wto, 28 kwiecień 2009
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