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There is a conversion tool:
In my experience you don't need to worry about deprecated functions as they will tell you if they are deprecated and there is an alternative.
See addSideMenu, for example:
You basically just need to turn on debug mode and go through all warnings and notices.
When a new comment ist posted, the "Format" column in GDN_Comment receives the value BBCode or HTML?
Usually it is the config value of
Garden.InputFormatter. This may be one of
No, this won't help with the problem, but the fix for your problem is in the plugin description
Unfortunately, Vanilla doesn't support UTF-8 emoji out of the box.
To enable native emoji support you need to add the following lines to your
conf/config.phpand visit yourforum.com/utility/structure
$Configuration['Database']['CharacterEncoding'] = 'utf8mb4'; $Configuration['Database']['ExtendedProperties']['Collate'] = 'utf8mb4_unicode_ci'; $Configuration['Database']['ConnectionOptions'] = "set names 'utf8mb4'; set time_zone = '+0:0';";
Perhaps it depends on how we define applications vs. plugins.
Afaik this differentiation is going to go away soon. I don't see a reason not to use controllers for larger plugins.
The easiest way to do this is to set up a resource with a fixed URI that outputs the most recent thumbnail. Services like Gravatar or Disqus do it like this.