Posts by Alexander Ebert

    Your solution would be based upon some JavaScript and exactly one PHP class behind. The overlay with your message input can be easily accomplished with jQuery and https://www.woltlab.com/pluginstore/plugin.html?pluginID=284, you can simply install both packages in your Burning Board and these libraries would be ready to work with (pay attention to their descriptions!). I'm not going to deep into all this fancy AJAX stuff, there are loads of pretty fine tutorials on this case.


    Following on the PHP class would primarly consist of a simple validation (input not empty, user is not a guest, etc.) and sending the PM. The last things is almost child's play:


    If you have further questions on this case, feel free to ask - I will be happy to help you :)

    Unfortunately we cannot provide you with an importer for Invision Power Board 3.2 for now, you might have a chance by converting to another software first (e.g. phpBB).

    I realised that with OOP too but it's seems to be much more complicated...


    It is not. If you're familiar with PHP you might know about variable scope, which means that you cannot access a variable defined outside a function unless you import it with "global" or pass it as argument. Try the example below, it works and shows you how to carry variables across different functions.


    This is an interesting approach and I'm happy to tell you that this is possible without even modifying the original source code. Our system offers a bunch of features (e.g. an event system) which allows you to change the software's behavior without ever touching the source files, thus you can always update Burning Board to the latest version and would not suffer from any problems, for example modified files being overwritten etc.


    One last note: The approach above requires programming skills, especially object-oriented programming in PHP5. If you're not a programmer or don't know anyone who can create such a plugin for you, you might want to get in touch with us and we would be happy to create such a plugin. Simply send us an email to woltlab@woltlab.com for a proper quotation.

    I would recommend to re-download this file, in rare cases the file might be not entirely downloaded causing a corrupted archive. Furthermore if your system's defined temp folder is full the pre-installation routine may fail too.

    In general the easiest way would be modifying the forums theme to match your website which can be accomplished pretty easily with our shipped style editor.


    If you want to integrate certain features of our software (e.g. the login panel) on your standalone website I must say it is not possible that easy. Burning Board is based upon our software "Community Framework" which provides features like user management etc. In our case our website is an application based upon "Community Framework" too which enables us to easily integrate the user panel into our website.


    You might want to adjust your forum's style first and evaluate if you're satisfied with that. If you want other features (e.g. integrating the user panel) you might hire us at any time so we can create such a feature exclusively for you: contact us for free via email to woltlab@woltlab.com

    We provide a plugin which enables you to query a 3rd party database (e.g. Drupal) for user credentials, this way your users may authenticate against your existing Drupal database. Please beware that there's always a possible problem with password encryptions (everyone uses his own way), thus you might have the plugin modified to match Drupals encryption.

    Is the "#profileContent" at the end of the permalink just a comment, or does it have any significance?


    The content after the hash ("#") tells the browser to jump to a specific section. In case of the user profile the section "profileContent" is the container right below the user data, this way your browser will load the page and scrolls down so you can directly view the image. If you omit the hashtag the page would fire up but you have to scroll down yourself. Like Netzwerg said before, the hash tells the browser which part of the page he should focus.


    While the ones you list are just a directory path, is there a reason for this difference I should be aware of?


    Both links are the same, but the "directory path" is just simulated. In real it points to index.php?page=Thread&…, this is done by the search engine optimization (SEO) plugin which rewrites links to be better readable. After all you can treat this as a cosmetic change, there's clearly no technical difference between both.


    To given an example, the following links will both point to the same page and the same image:

    If you open the second link your browser will be redirected to display the first link, but they're still pointing to the same location.

    The help message is not really wrong at all, it's just a big tricky.

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    Text Text2 If you just write the words, every possibility will be listed, even if only one of those terms is found. Results containing both terms will be listed topmost.

    Well it says, that the search engine always tries to find elements which contain both terms, but additionally lists all results which contains at least one search term last.

    To clarify this, by default our search behaves like common search engines (e.g. Google) by concatenating all entered terms with an "AND". If a user types in two words they usually expect the results to contain both words; Furthermore it might appear that sometimes just one word was matched, but this is due to our search engine-like preview which tries to show as much details around the keyword. It may happen that the other search terms are included in the result, but not shown in the preview.

    Yes, you can set any kind of image and we even support repeating images. By default Burning Board ships with a flag-icon for moderators (1 flag), super-moderators (2 flags) and administrators (3 flags) and all of them use the same image. The user's rank icon is a blue star which repeats depending on your activity.

    Currently there's no license associated with your account "g0merchant". This could be due to our changes in website back in June 2010, if you purchased that license before this date you most likely have to follow our Instructions for Data-Transfer.


    After your old license has been successfully transfered to your current user account, you may extend your license at any time with update access.