Nope, it's not that.
If I create a php file with echo phpversion(); in it, it echo's the correct php version.
Same for time() so something it seems to me a declaration issue or something like that in XF.
Getting a php error regularly. Is this also a function which must be compiled into php?
[22-Feb-2021 15:56:05 Europe/Amsterdam] PHP Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function file_exists() in /home/user/domains/mydomain.org/public_html/ips2xf.php:4
Hmmz... that would wonder me.
How can I check this? As for time my phpinfo file says this:
"Olson" Timezone Database Version
But this is DATE so I presume...
For some other reason I had a php error log enabled on my domain. Now I found several errors generated by XF core files (and 1 redirection script) and I wonder why.
First the XF core errors. This one I see lots of times
[12-Feb-2021 15:56:23 Europe/Amsterdam] PHP Fatal error: Uncaught Error...
I had no time to look at it yet. I don't mind searching for the user and manually adding them to the secondary usergroup like Donators.
But it would be nice if they would get automatically out of this secondary usergroup after x time.
For things like help they gave with certain things and for donations for example, so a couple of various things. Kind of reward.
@Brogan if I would want to use it for bad behaviour yes, but it's more like I want to reward some people.
This seems not possible with promotions.
But sometimes I would like to put certain users in a secondary usergroup for a certain amount of time (days or months for example) and that he gets automatically removed from that usergroup after that period of time.
Can this be done? If yes, how?
In IPB we had an option to put in dates for showing ads. So you could show an ad (for example a banner ad) for example from january 10 until january 20th and it would automatically start and stop on those dates.
I also used that for certain announcements and also used it to display like eastern...
Would indeed be easier. If I remember correctly SMF had a configuration option where you could choose which bbcodes would be available.
Most of the standard used were pre-selected but this way it was easy to deselect like for example the color and size bbcodes.
Using Firefox 85.0.2 on Windows 10. When I click the image, the image gets to the foreground in the browser and the topic into the background in the same tab.
However, it produces the little > charachter right and < on the left side, so when I click djbaxter's image, and I click the > then I can...
Or use the bottom option and use the "user with permissions set" option? Put the moderators name in there and explicitely use the NO there?
Because that NO would override the inherited yes from the node permission?
I'm just wondering @Brogan about something.
Suppose you choose node permissions.
Select the appropriote forum
Then select usergroup "moderating"
Then scroll down to "forum moderating permissions"
Set "Manage (move, merge, etc.) any thread" to "no" for that specific node.
I presume in this case...
Oke so then it's removing options, not disabling them. I thought I missed some disable options but that is not the case.
But you're right, most of us old guys know bbcodes by head. Most modern users only use what they see in the editor. ;)