You need full rights of Administrator to get all ACP functions.
The position in you screenshot is correct, but seems you're missing some rights there.
You could increase the points for each activity. Or you could change the amount of points for user-ranks.
I think there are different options to keep most users in positive points.
If you don't delete postings all the time or delete points manually, your users should have some positive points.
Registration, writing/posting, create topics, getting reactions.... all of that gives you positive points. (e.g. 1, 5, 10)
You can increase this values if you want.
Ok, so please tell me what's about "negative points".
Do you mean the "activity points"? (like you have currently 88)?
you can do some different things:
- first create a label-group
- create different labels for each group
- set permission for user-groups which can see this labels
- set permission for user-groups which can use (set) this labels
- set the forum(s) where the label-group should be active
All this options you'll find in ACP -> Labels.
Hope that will help you.
That's correct, yes.
because of comment integration.
Ok, that is an argument.
Unfortunately there is no bridge between these two.
Really not? In 2020? I'm not sure, but I would be surprised.
I know a lot of people who asked about bridges between other systems and WP over the years.
"Articles" is certainly not the best part of the Woltlab Suite Software Apps - "Articles" could be made to function better.
I think a CMS/"Articles" is often the stepchild of Forum-Suite systems. I know of other software with similar "problems" as well.
So I believe:
I struggled myself a lot with using/not-using WordPress as a main website.
Maybe it would be a good idea to combine both systems, WP and WL.
WoltLab as the forum, WordPress as the CMS, "mainpage", whatever.
IF you are the author and admin, you don't need the (WoltLab) user-accounts in WP.
But your users can read there.
Yes, i know this function in XenForo (and some other systems). Ok, 400 px would be a little bit "small, rough", I agree.
If you are the Admin and Author of articles, you could select e.g. 800 x 600 as a "good size". Or 1024 x 768 or something like that. Depending on the type of photo.
But maybe it's a good idea to start a suggestion-thread for this feature.
There is no option to resize the images ...
from a technical viewpoint it's usually better to resize a picture already on the local machine (PC/Laptop and so on), instead of using the system/frontend.
Either ACP (in German):
search for "Artikel einreichen", you'll get: "Administrative Rechte » Inhalt » Kann Artikel einreichen" » select your group(s) » "Ja/Yes"
select your group first and click ""Administrative Rechte » Inhalt » Kann Artikel einreichen" (Yes).
By the way: "Help me" is not the best thread subject, just as "Question" or "Problem!" and so on.
Helping people should get an idea what kind of help needed and other users with similar problems want find such threads later on as well.