[OzzModz] Rules

[OzzModz] Rules 2.0.0 Patch Level 1

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Compatible XF 2.x versions
  1. 2.2
License
You may not redistribute the addon in whole or in part.
Updates duration
Lifetime for Xenforo versions listed above
Visible branding
No
Description
This is a replacement for the CMTV Rules Addon

This addon allows you to create rules (title + description) and group them into categories (title + icon). These rules are displaying in a fancy and readable way on a new rules help page.

Users can easily share links to specific rules. When entering the rules page by such a link, a linked rule will be highlighted.

You can also import/export rules.

Requirements:
XF 2.2+

How to import data from CMTV Rules:
  • Export XML data from CMTV/Rules
  • Make a backup just in case !
  • Uninstall CMTV/Rules
  • Install OzzModz/Rules
  • Import XML data from CMTV/Rules

Features

"Rules" help page

All added rules are displaying on a new "Rules" help page (/help/rules) grouped into categories:
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When hovering a rule, users will see a small "link" icon. Clicking on it will copy a link to this rule in clipboard.
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When someone opens such a link, the selected rule will be highlighted.
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This means you and other users can point the specific rule with one link. No need to write the rule number (for example "See the rule 2.35".

Import/Export system

You can import/export rules. This is useful when you have many communities with similar rules. Just create a rules in one forum, then import them on the rest.

Exporting:
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Import results:
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Author
Ozzy47
Downloads
170
Views
3,133
First release
Last update

Ratings

5.00 star(s) 2 ratings

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Latest updates

  1. [OzzModz] Rules for XenForo 2.2+ Update 2.0.0 Patch Level 1

    Fix: use built-in copy to clipboard handler for XF 2.2.7+ compatibility

Latest reviews

Just did a complete redo of our "Code of Conduct", replacing it with a statement of "Community Values". Was able to so quite handily thanks to using this add-on. Got everything setup in my dev, then exported the new material and imported into production when I was ready. Then I just had to change a few phrases to the new terminology. Having each "rule" (or "value" in our case) in its own HTML formatted node made the format of the new statement easy to implement. Have been using this since before OzzModz took it over and it continues to be one of my more valuable add-ons.
This add-on is helpful for quickly creating a rules section. Very helpful. Thanks for creating this Add on.
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