1. Stuart Wright

    Archive Threads - allow users to archive (move) their threads to a specified forum 3.0.5

    Allows users to archive (move) their own threads to a predefined different forum. Archiving is prefix dependent. I.e. to archive threads, they must have a specific prefix and admin can set which prefixes are archivable. Admin have the option to change the prefix to a different prefix when...
  2. A

    XF 2.2 Saving An Offline Site Archive

    Hello, I would basically like to save a copy of my forum and all the posts and images thereon to my computer. How can I do that?
  3. Alternadiv

    XenForo Lite -- Alternadiv 1.1.2

    alt⟨div⟩ -- peculiar, retro, and other niche XenForo shenanigans is where I make unusual XenForo styles that no one asked for. I do it for fun. I also do it because I find modern web design trends to boring and uninspired. xf⟨lite⟩ -- a customizable utilitarian, lightweight...
  4. Will Franco

    Best practices for archiving threads?

    In the XF community, this one, subforums are used to archive threads. To archive a thread, is the best practice to move it? What are the benefits of this practice? Does it affect search functionality, etc.?
  5. Sim

    How to archive a XenForo forum to make it read-only

    I took over administration of the Somersoft forums in 2002 and ran the site on behalf of the owners until 2015 when we decided to archive the site and make it read-only. The community moved to a new site which I built on XF 1.x - PropertyChat. Originally launched on vBulletin v2.2, Somersoft...
  6. Sim

    Archive Site 1.1.1

    For a site that is no longer accepting new content, you might want to put it into "read only" mode, keeping the content available online for users but preventing users from logging in or posting new content. You will also want to optimise the site to remove unnecessarily functionality for...
  7. L

    XF 1.4 Allow users to backup their own posts?

    Dear, is there any addon for this, like on vBulletin? Sincerely, localhorst
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