Honestly, there is no easy answer. I have coded additional "wrappers" that I use for all of my external pages. And as of right now, my project doesn't even use a forum. I am using XenForo for the platform to build out my product. Here are a couple of examples:
Something to note, this has...
In production, when debug is set to false, is it possible to prevent jobs from completing if that job runs into an error?
I didn't want to write some code to override this behavior, but that will be the next step if it isn't an easy setting.
I have been modifying my XenForo app like crazy and decided to use https://datatables.net/
Here is an example of a modal using it:
I do not have an addon for you to reference, but you "could" create a new tag that utilizes this script. However, it would be a rather large undertaking...
@Sim, first I want to say great work. However, I still can't seem to shut off the AJAX running of jobs when hitting job.php in the root public folder. Or is the AJAX still supposed to hit that file on a regular basis but the config param will simply exit the execution of that file?
Yup that fixed it. Enabling caching caused the issue. As soon as I disabled it, all my connected accounts started working. I'll check out that addon, thanks for the update.
EDIT: I didn't have redis installed, I was using memcache. Once that was disabled in the config, everything worked.
Running into a similar issue but can't seem to find this header being set anywhere. Checked the logs and it doesn't appear to be outputting anything in there as well. Any points as to where I could check next? Thanks.
Some of my plugin have a lot of templates and I would love to break them up with sub-folders within the _output/templates/public folder.
Is this possible? Or is there a better technique to handle this?