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is there any way to allow guests to post?

YahavYahav New
edited May 2010 in Vanilla 2.0 - 2.3
hey, is there anyway to let guests post topic in a specific forum\category?
it would really be great if there is, because else i would have to go look for another board which is similar to Vanilla! i like the way you change the whole POV of the online forums and though out of the box. great job.

another problem that i have is when i try to install (enable) any plugin ,i get this error:

The plugin could not be enabled because it generated a fatal error:
couldn't connect to host

does anyone got this err before?


Yahav.

Comments

  • About Guests posting, goto [yoursite]/vanilla/settings/managecategories, click the right category, and set guests to be allowed to post.
  • there is no such option for me:
    http://imm.io/wB6
  • Oh, I see indeed. That means it ain't possible. Maybe an addon would be able to do it.
  • yes, but i can't get to install addons as well ]=
  • There is no guest post for vanilla 2 currently anyway. It would be something you need to create.
  • so i will, but i really need to solve the plugins enable bug!

    when i try to install (enable) any plugin ,i get this error:

    The plugin could not be enabled because it generated a fatal error:
    couldn't connect to host

    i really need help with this one
  • The test addon function for seeing if plugins work or not has recently been rewritten, i don't know when you got your version but you may need to update.
  • i got mine from the GitHub! the latest verion:
    vanillaforums-Garden-Vanilla_2.0_rc1-0-gcb12ba2
  • i did a fresh clean install all over again, and still, the same error when trying to enable plugins or themes
  • The Anonymouse plugin is working well for me in Vanilla 2.
    http://vanillaforums.org/addon/anonymouse-plugin
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