first you can set your own url $Configuration['Garden']['TermsOfService'] = '[your url here]';
$Configuration['Garden']['TermsOfService'] = '[your url here]';
if you don't want to direct your own page.
you can set the following locale definitions
$Definition['TermsOfService']= '[your title here]';
$Definition['TermsOfServiceText']= '[your text here]';
We have upgraded to 2.6.1. However we have noticed the category follow/unfollow is not working properly. I have selected "View" to "Following". Once it is done, I cannot go back to "All" mode. If try to select "All", it throws Error.
The requested URL /discussions was not found on this server.
Newbie here..i have posted some questions in the discussion but no response yet!!
I recently installed 2.6.1 what addons are safe to add? It doesn;’t seem that any addons listed are compatible with the new version of Vanilla.....
Get the pockets plugin (from GitHub) and after enabling you will find a "No Ads" permission and you can use that for a "pocket"
I suggest you check if your installation is using mysqlnd as its PDO MySQL driver -- if it is not, your problem is likely to be the same as mine, but if it is, it's definitely something different.
To check, create a single-line PHP file, containing just the following:
Upload this file to your forum directory and run it. In the resulting web page, search for the PDO Driver for MySQL section. If the Client API version is anything other than mysqlnd, the workarounds I described above will likely fix your problem too.
Hello, I am currently having a problem where on my site the Discussion Count does not update in the category after posting. Is there any way to fix this?
Yes and no...
As far as I know, only the GDN_AccessToken uses two current timestamps columns. You can
1. change the /applications/dashboard/settings/structure.php so that DateExpires has no default value any more
2. add a trigger to the database so that whenever a row is created in GDN_AccessToken, the field DateExpires is set to the value of DateInserted
That is possible, but you will run into problems on each update, might severe security issues in the future when the trigger gets messed up for any reason.
So, yes, you can do this with a lot of effort, but no, don't do that! Try to get a set up where you do not have to depend on the weakest part and therefore have always pick the oldest software packages. I would start investigating on using container software like docker would be a possibility to be able to use most current software packages whenever possible.
Found solution here.
Changed permissions on host machine.
I dont have this file - 2.6.1 i have [ ‘AllowFileUploads’] = True;
Ok so I see that a feed is ready for import. How do I get it to actually import? Does the user that is set up to be the author have to do something to get it to import?