Interesting! No security software here. If it's of any use I'm on a MacBook Pro running Catalina. I have two routers here, the standard Xfinity modem/router (Cisco I think) and an Apple router. Both return the same results. My money is on Xfinity.
Okay, it's something at my end. When I use a VPN to view my site it's fine and my moderators are seeing the correct formatting. I would normally pin this on Chrome but I got the same results in all three browsers so I assume this is related to my router settings or ISP? I've never experienced...
I had the wrong encoding in the header (should be application/x-www-form-urlencoded) and I missed the api_bypass_permissions in the request body.
With those two changes it worked perfectly. Reading the docs carefully will save you from embarrassing posts... like this...
This is my first attempt at the api. I'm trying to create a user which has an endpoint in the docs. I created a super admin key, and here's my code:
$data_string = ['username'=>'zoxoo1', 'email'=>'firstname.lastname@example.org', 'password'=>'1234567'];
I've asked my moderators to try it and report back.
FWIW, a quick google search brought this up:
It's a VB install but the results look the same from my laptop.
Weird! I've got a popup blocker on Chrome but no ad blockers. I also tried FireFox (seldom used) and Safari (never used) with the same results, and Safari is definitely the default config. Views on all three look like the screen capture I sent. I'll try logging out or logging in as a registered...
Hey Threadloom, my search results layout is trashed and I see that many other forums are having the same problem. Your website's security certificates appear to be malfunctioning and Xfinity tells me that your home page has been compromised.
Are you still operating?
My users like the add-on but I've had complaints that it's a little big-brother-ish when it follows users on vacation, biz trips, etc. Would it be a difficult modification to have it use the ip used at registration, rather than the user's last login?
In other words, could I substitute a query...
Adding this here in case others find it searching the same problem. I could not make xf_Redirect work either, but here's what I found in my testing:
- xf_Redirect appears to be ignored if the redirect is to a different domain. It may also fail if http:// is in the url, I'm not sure.
I'm trying to determine if a behavior is a feature or a bug. :)
Let's say we have a 4 page thread and a user submits a quote/reply to a message on page 2. Where is the user supposed to land after the reload.
Currently, the page refreshes a post or two before the end of the thread, on the last...
I hired Fahad Ashraf to either rebuild or repair an obsolete addon that was not behaving as expected. He did the work quickly and perfectly, on the first try. My users are happy, I am happy. I will definitely use him again to write custom addons or help change things in my forum.
That makes perfect sense. I'm using it logged in as an admin, and I've had registered users ask me about the redirect so it's doing that users who are logged in.
It looks like this is all happening here:
if( !\XF::visitor()->user_id )