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Chance last won the day on February 28 2014

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  1. IPB 3.4 I think still competes with many forum softwares out there, but IPB 4.x just has so many more features. The introduction of Clubs, Reactions, Our Picks, etc. are all great for communities to expand.
  2. Wow.. they really made it simple, rather than having to use first, second, etc classes. Lol. Good guide, will probably use next time I'm making a theme!
  3. This is what I see. When I open the image in a new tab it looks to retain the same quality i see in thi picture, too.
  4. This snippet of code should be able to remove the Pip Rank name. ul.cAuthorPane_info.ipsList_reset .ipsType_break { display: none; } As for the image, it's peculiar, I haven't experienced that before. Is your page zoomed in perhaps? From the looks of the screenshot the username stays large and in quality, but the image does not. On my end on your site it isn't looking like yours. Perhaps your page may be zoomed in to the point where your image has been blown up which reduces the quality. Just an idea, though. Otherwise I'm not very sure of the problem.
  5. In your CSS, I would search for this line: .ipsUserPhoto_tiny img Within that, there should be a "box-shadow" line. Remove that and it should remove the shadow for you. Sorry if this is hard to understand, I'm not very good without being able to see it live. If you don't understand what I mean, you could message me your forum link and I can give a more detailed fix. Same should be for the font-awesome icons, I'm just unsure what CSS class that would be under, perhaps a search for "font-awesome" in your CSS and doign the same process as above could help with that!
  6. I admit to being wrong on it not being an extension to Colombia, since it just started being globally advertised a few years ago, I didn't believe it. But, regardless, .co is not a problem. "Google has specifically labeled .CO as a generic domain extension ("gccTLD" to be exact) and that means your site is given equal treatment in their search results pages assuming you have quality content." And the generic price for purchasing a .co domain is still higher than a .com. I am not saying that .co domains are worth more than .co. They are only more expensive upon the initial registration. Not that serious brudda. I'm not longer needed to reply back to this because I've gotten what I got to say out.
  7. This is an old topic but since it was already dug, I feel it is vital to know. .CO is not a columbian extension. It just happens to be the acronym for Columbia. .CO are valued much higher than .COM, but are also way more available because it hasn't been around but a couple years. in terms of unique domain names, the same would be more expensive in .com. In terms of just a domain name, they cost about 20+ a year in compeition with the 8 dollars a year with .com.
  8. Merry Christmas, and I look forward to see the updates come that were introduced from this giveaway. A spectacular idea this was!
  9. Hm. Check your conf_global.php file, which should be in your forum's root directory. Verify that your board url is including the https:// and not just http:// $INFO['board_url'] = ''; Then clear your site's cache.
  10. Chance


    @Denetor This application is stand alone, and not meant to be integrated with IPB. Simply install it in a new directory on your web host and follow the instructions provided by the documentation included. With the right development team, I am sure you could integrate this with IPB. However, the download here does not include that feature.
  11. I seriously had no clue about that feature as long as I've been doing this, as I've never had a use for it until now. Thanks a lot!
  12. I'm not one to usually ask for help, but I fingured this would be beneficial and I don't think this sort of thing is out there right now with the release of IPS4.2 so recent. My question: Is there a possible way to rename the "Clubs" feature, to "Clans"? As well as, of course, replace all system remarks of "clubs" to "clans". I feel like this would be beneficial to the gaming forum I have been working on. Please let me know! Thanks!
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    Version 2.0.7


    BeMusic allows you to create your own music streaming website in minutes with no coding knowledge. It has an impressive feature set that rivals and even surpasses other biggest streaming services on the market. Features Easy Installation – Install BeMusic easily with no coding or server knowledge in a few minutes with our easy to use installer and documentation Appearence Editor – Powerful appearence editor will allow you to easily change the look of BeMusic without any coding knowledge. Automated – BeMusic has access to millions of artists, songs and albums, all available automatically. Use as a CMS – You can easily disable all automatic data fetching and create everything manually , turning BeMusic into fully functional music CMS. User Libraries – Users can add songs, albums and artists to their library on BeMusic in addition to playlists. Playlists – Users can create, share and follow playlists. Player – Fully-featured player including shuffle, repeat, lyrics, queue and more. Artist and Album Pages – Automatically generated pages for millions of artists and albums have full discography, similar artists, advanced radio, biograhpy, images, genres and more. Single Page – BeMusic is a single page (ajax based) application, which means it has no browser page refreshes when navigating trough the application. Translatable – BeMusic is fully translation ready. You can translate it easily from admin area so there is no need to mess with config files or 3rd party applications. Responsive – BeMusic is fully responsive and will scale to the size of any device. Documentation – In depth documentation that explains everything from installation to all the features. User System – Fully featured users system with social login(facebook, twitter and google), normal login, registration, password recovery, profiles, account settings and more. Disable Registration – Registration can be fully disabled from admin panel so only users you create manually from admin panel will be able to login. Force Login – You can force users to login before they can access any of BeMusic features. Ads – 6 integrated ad spots. All you need to do is paste your ad codes in admin area and BeMusic will do the rest. Professional Design – Impress your users with a pixel-perfect professional design. Settings- Admin area is loaded with settings that allow you to customize the site to your needs. Analytics – Google analytics are integrated right into admin area so you don’t need to open a separate page to see how your site is doing. Multiple Homepages – Choose between multiple homepages including landing page, login page or your own custom html page. Context Menu – Fully integrated context menu (right click on song, artist, album or playlist) is available with many actions. This menu can be accessed by clicking ellipses button on touch based devices. Search – Powerful search that will find nearly any song, artist or album.

  14. Well, yes! Mostly just layer styles, but nontheless, it's pleasing to see people still creating things as hobbyists. A few years ago, hobbyist designers were everywhere, nowadays though, its hard to find people who just design to design, so I really enjoy seeing people such as yourself making the ambitious move towards designing just to design. Even nowadays with me having a career in designing, I still like designing for the fun of it. I hope you continue your drive for it, which I see you are with that last topic you made!
  15. I'm not too sure about this. The gradients are very Web 2.0, and considering this is a web resource oriented forum, keeping up with the modern styles is something essential. In 2017, I'd suggest that the gradients are subtle, and the font be clean and professional. Some niches can get away with a logo of this caliber, but not one like WebFlake. There's a lot of "choppiness" as well with the snowflake. The ambition is nice, though. i just feel like the style needs to be modernized. KIU. *Had no clue this topic was this old. Just the second down in the Design forum. Oops. Lol.