This mod swaps out the usual member hovercard for a new template; one that emphasizes appearance and personality instead of just dumping profile information in a list which they can get by just visiting the member's profile anyways. The screenshots tell all!
Joined Date, Last Visited (color changed based on online/offline status), Name, Primary Member Group (colored if group colors have been set), Yearbook Quote, Reputation.
Where's that image coming from?
That's the member's coverphoto! If they don't have one the Invision Community default profile background stuff is used.
New Yearbook Quote Feature?
Although I debated sticking in a member's status update as the centered text, there are too many reasons not to, including not everyone is using status updates, often times those updates are throw-away notes about nothing, updated rarely, and so on. With a specific quote feature your members have the opportunity to flash some personality - be it describing themselves, Tinder-like blurbs, using a quote from a movie or video game, and so on.
Why not use the About Me feature from the profile?
That's a full editor field - images and lots of other things can go in there. This is meant to be simple and direct.
Can I change that name to something else instead of Yearbook Quote?
Yep! In settings. Hoverboard Quote, Hovercard Quote, Quote, Say Something, Tinder Blurb, whatever... Call it what you want!
Is this stuff also on the profile pages?
Yes - it's also where they add/edit it. Click the gear icon to have at it.
Can I use the Yearbook Quote feature but not the new fancy hovercards?
Sure. You can toggle on/off the use of the new hovercards in settings. To completely disable everything just toggle the plugin off in the ACP.
Limit the quote length from the old Twitter limit of 120 characters up to 1024 characters. The last visited text has color applied to it when the user is online, configure the color here. Some translatable strings.
Of course. If a member has not entered a quote yet, the box will appear only that member and no one else (mods and admins included), with text telling that member to add a quote. Once a quote is entered, the quote will appear to everyone AND mods and admins will have to power to also edit those quotes. Mod permission is being able to edit profiles, if a mod has that, they can edit these. And yes, mod/admin actions on these items will appear in the Moderators Log in case you have some mods/admins deciding to mess with people instead of actually correctly moderating inappropriate content (whatever that is for your community...)
Anything in the ACP?
Other than the plugin settings and entries in the Moderators Log, no, nothing in the ACP Member view or anything like that. All moderation takes place on a member's profile page in the Yearbook Quote block. If you have a member who continually abuses this quote feature by inputting stuff you don't want, the solution isn't adding more permissions to disable this feature on a member by member basis - the solution is to ban the member.
Yes, accounted for. The Last Visited text will always say yesterday (if consensus is to change it to something else I can do that in a later version) and it will never have the online colors applied. Anon users can browse with little worry of being "found out".
Sure! Some communities may want some community-specific information to appear on the hovercard. Not a problem. Expect to pay a (nominal one time fee) if it is something that can benefit all users of this mod in which case you are sponsoring a new feature for everyone (and paying to get it done now instead waiting for me to get around to it) or a (nominal one-time fee X 2) for a mod specific to your community only, provided it is doable.
I have another template in mind but I wanted to get what I thought was the best out in the open first. Have an integration or two as well bubbling about. That's for later though.
support available for the time being in the IPS Marketplace topic. You are allowed to use this, after purchasing a license and downloading this from the IPS Marketplace, on one live site and any test/dev sites you have. Additional live sites require additional license purchases. Renewals (per purchase) entitle you to updated versions and ongoing support. support is limited to the default IPS theme and is for IPS license holders current on the application/plugin renewals (with a generous grace period). I'll give a hand, time permitting, to help you figure out what is wrong with your custom theme if there is a conflict but fixes in those cases will need to be made by your theme provider. All rights reserved.
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