The Batch Update Users feature is probably going to help you with this specific scenario. You can find it under Users, Batch Update Users.
Firstly, you can use it to search based on a criteria to see which users are part of a secondary user group.
Secondly, you can search based on a criteria...
Closest I could find was the following add on: https://xenforo.com/community/resources/external-link-warning.4408/
It is only compatible with XenForo 1.x, but you could reach out to the author and see if they plan on updating it to XenForo 2.0. You might be able to contribute to a...
The following section of the XF2 docs should help: https://xenforo.com/xf2-docs/manual/add-ons/
Essentially, the process is relatively similar to XF1 in that you upload the contents within the src/ js/ and styles/ folders to the relative directories - note not all add ons have all of those but...
In addition to what @imno007 and @S Thomas mentioned, many add on developers have a demo site which they use to allow users to experience their add ons too, so you can definitely make use of those when looking into different add ons (normally linked in resource descriptions).
I don't believe XenForo has recommended values for these. The approach you should take is stick with what your host sets as default, and if the need arises to increase them (e.g. if users start to upload larger files) you can increase them.
Note that the branding removal option only removes the visible copyright notices.
To change that image, you'll need to edit the admin template login_form. To toggle the visibility of the admin templates, you will need to enable Debug mode. Once you are done, go to the templates section of your...
To add an image, you can use the following HTML code:
Where URL is either the full URL (if an external image), or the local path to your image (if an image stored internally).
Yes, it is definitely available in XenForo 2.0 as well.
To enable it, head in your AdminCP to Setup, Options, Content Tagging. Tick the Enable content tagging checkbox, and set the other options to your preferences.
Once you click save, you should now see the tag box when creating a new thread.
Have you recently updated your XenForo installation?
Normally the most effective way to bring things up to date is by ensuring your style is up to date.
@Russ may be able to provide further guidance and provide advice on what further action is required, as this is a style by him.
Unfortunately the ability to do this doesn't exist as that is designed to show the date the resource was originally posted.
The closest I could find was this add on which is only compatible with XenForo 1.x which allows you to manually update the date a resource was posted. -...
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The best way to check if the host can run XenForo is to contact them and request that they run the requirements test script and provide you with the output.
This is available from here: https://xenforo.com/xenforo-requirements-test.zip
The requirements being tested are listed on the purchase...