I've been observing your Pro version on your website, is there a particular reason you disabling caching when its requesting the messages.html in Speed mode? Especially given this call is done (by default) every 2 seconds, thats a lot of wasted KB's you are sending around. In "refreshShoutbox"...
Thats also because XenForo is just REALLY good with his addons (and thats why I love it, too). For one of my clients forums I wrote an addon completely replacing the login-mechanic, and all kinds of additions to the forum that could be described as low-level replacements. This was for v1.1, I...
Here is a addon xml that works on XenForo 1.4.5, I manually ported everything, went over the templates and suhc to make sure everything still works. For convience, I also added a Template Modification to get the chatbox above your forum, it still needs to be enabled. You are obviously free to...
A little bit more information...
$extend = 'MyExtension_Model'; //Contains the prepareStateLimitFromConditions override
$extend = 'MyExtension_Model_Thread'; //Contains other overrides
I have been working on an extension for a client of mine and ran across a slight problem, which I managed to solve, but with a workaround.
Consider the following:
- XenForo_Model has a method called "prepareStateLimitFromConditions" I want to override.
- I have a...
Sounds like legal talk to me. Unless the different licenses have different official add-ons tied to them, I reckon the contents of the ZIPs are exactly the same, seeing as you don't actually have to install a license on your forum nor that it seems to "phone home". Having a license key in this...
1. Create a new forum node or pick an existing node (optionally uncheck "Display in node list" to hide it from view).
2. Click said node to edit it and look in the URL for an ID, for example. http://127.0.0.1/XenForo_1_2/admin.php?nodes/announcements.15/edit
3. Go to your options and...
It's something I have attempted, but it required a lot more code and template work than how I did it now. However, I think you can get pretty far with some CSS magic. If that's not enough, there's always the thread_list template.
As I got to know XenForo pretty well over the last few months and really loving how it works internally, I decided to setup a small CMS project roughly based on XenForo's methodology with its autoloading based on class-names and being able to dynamically resolve classes (which is a pretty darn...
Only if you uncheck "Display in the node list" in your Announcements forum. Otherwise, if you make it a private node using permissions, people won't be able to read the topic.
There are ways around this limitation though, but it would kind of affect the no-nonsense thing I'm after.
Always wished you could sticky a single thread across all of your forums? Well now you can!
I came across this topic in my own search for this particular feature and decided to share my implementation of it.
This add-on works on:
Here's how it works:
Implemented them rather easily on my forum here: https://forums.uberent.com/forums/uber-entertainment.2/
You create topics in the "Announcements"-section and sticky whichever you want to show on all other forums. Can be easily extended with more advanced features.
Yea, but as you can see on the old forum here: http://old.uberent.lennardf1989.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=13855 the breaks don't cause any spacing, while all CSS elements like line-height are all still in-tact.