So "technical issues" or something like that?How about a Technical area? Somewhere where we can cry over nuts and bolts problems and you can gave your sage advice?
I've added a section for thatThat sort of stuff. Somewhere for people who aren't that familiar with problems that occur from time to time. The old Irish Webmaster Forum is greatly missed!
Damn, but you're a glutton for punishment!"If I get a chance over the next couple of weeks I'll bring it back online...
Well it got taken offline for a silly reason and I didn't have time to get it back online.Damn, but you're a glutton for punishment!
I've still got a few years before I have to worry about thatOh for the joys of not worrying about licenses! Have to rely on freebies here. Hope you have a good pension plan?!
XenForo is built by ex-devs of vBulletin that is why certain elements are similar to VB but since VB5 came out, it has slowly gone down hill. (Not to mention all the 0-Day exploits)XenForo seems to have a lot of useful features built-in and a simple licensing model, whereas vBulletin's licensing model just confuses the hell out of me ..
Thanks - handy! I usually block certain "problematic" countries that seem to generate dodgy registrations + zero valueXenForo is built by ex-devs of vBulletin that is why certain elements are similar to VB but since VB5 came out, it has slowly gone down hill. (Not to mention all the 0-Day exploits)
On topic, I use this on my XenForo forum, (more useful for your mneylon than ourselves) and that is to prevent spam registrations. I found this one to be the best. Just insert the country to deny and all good: Semprot Deny Country