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  4. Tournaments

    It was to create and join teams. I believe it did a lot more but I only used the teams part. I sent you more info on a DM
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  6. Members Tab 1.0.2 ( Released )

    Members Tab 1.0.2 has been released New Features Re-wrote the main page so it looks a lot nicer and is responsive to mobile phones & tablets Added a function so when you hover your mouse over the members info button it will show their stats in a pop up box Bug Fix Fixed the bug where it showed validating members in the list
  7. F.A.Q 1.0.5 ( Released )

    F.A.Q 1.0.5 has been released New Features Updated the look of the tables Bug Fix Fixed the bug where it might throw a error when editing a Q&A
  8. Version 1.0.0

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    Sports Betting App is a add-on for Members Shop, It will allow your members to gamble their points betting on sport events, Admins can create unlimited categories and betting options allowing you to choose from any sport known to man ( you can even use it for online gaming if you can find out the results of the match ). There is multiple ways you can use this betting app, If you wanted you could use this and award your members real cash for their points, ( This will depend your country and their laws of course ) but you can sell the points via the Members Shop commerce section and say 1 point is 1¢ then 500 points will be $5, now you can create a custom item in the members shop for say 500 points their reward is $5 to their account, when they redeem it you manually add the credit to their account ( Or send a gift card ) allowing them to withdraw or use it for other commerce things etc, When you put the 2 together there is multiple things you can do with them just imagine and you will get ideas DEMO MEMBERS SHOP IS REQUIRED TO USE THIS APPLICATION Betting Shop Features ( Including ACP ) Create unlimited categories and 3 sub categories to hold all your bets You can choose to add any sport you wish to the list Create unlimited betting options Pick & choose the bets you want to offer to your members Enter a Selection name ( Example Arsenal vs Man City ) Enter a description of the bet ( Example Arsenal to win 2-0 ) Either use a font-awesome 5 icon or upload a image to show on the bet slip Enter a venue of where the game / event takes place Enter a start time ( Users will not be able to bet after the starting time ) Pick what odds to use with a decimal ( Example if you set it as 2.5 and a user bets 10 points then they will get 10 x 2.5 = 25 plus their 10 points back totaling 35 points ) Select if this is a staff pick ( It will add a nice little gold star to the top left of the slip ) Choose to place a header image on the betting shop main page Choose to enter some text to place above the image using the built in editor The main page will show all bets available randomally ( Each time you refresh the page it will change the way they are sorted ) Shows a table in the ACP with a list of all bets placed Shows a table in the ACP with a list of all bet payouts awarded My Bets Page ( Front End ) Shows a nice grid of all your bets Filter the grid to show all your bets Filter it to show current bets in play / not comfirmed Filter it to show all your winning bets Filter it to show all your losing bets Once the bet had been confirmed as a winner, the users will go to their bets and click the button to collect their winnings If the bet was a winner then it will show a little golden trophy in the top left of the slip If the user has collected their winnings it will add a little green tick to the top right of the slip If the users bet was a loser it will show a little red cross in the top right of the slip Widgets Shows a list of users who have spent the most points gambling ( Biggest Gambler ) Shows a list of the highest bets placed along with the users who placed them

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  9. Members Shop

    yes, i had checked the star....all are ok, thanks
  10. Members Shop

    I will check it, it is OK on this site and my dev site. Did you make it the default app in the acp application list? if it has a star on it, it means it is the default app, Forums should be the default
  11. Members Shop

    No, i didn't, i just checked the box... Also my main page link send to Members shop....how can i fix this ?
  12. Tournaments

    What does / did it do?
  13. IPSDev Copyright / Branding Removal

    Version 1.0.0

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    This plugin will remove any copyright / branding material from my applications Applications List Advanced Stats F.A.Q Media Uploader Members Shop Members Social Info Members Tab Sticky Notes The list will get updated with any new applications that I make and have the copyright / branding on How to install Download the .xml file Go to your ACP and then plugins and click to install the downloaded.xml file If you own multiple of my applications then send me a PM for a discounted price

    50.00 USD

  14. Tournaments

    After reading the post about the bettings app I wanted to suggest to you in the future to make a Tournaments app kinda like the one Midnight Modding made back in the day
  15. Members Shop

    Have you made any edits to the user info panel template?
  16. Members Shop

    Hello again, i can't make it show the points in Enhanced User Info Panel (v.2.0.6)
  17. Sports Betting App is a add-on for Members Shop, It will allow your members to gamble their points betting on sport events, Admins can create unlimited categories and betting options allowing you to choose from any sport known to man ( you can even use it for online gaming if you can find out the results of the match ). There is multiple ways you can use this betting app, If you wanted you could use this and award your members real cash for their points, ( This will depend your country and their laws of course ) but you can sell the points via the Members Shop commerce section and say 1 point is 1¢ then 500 points will be $5, now you can create a custom item in the members shop for say 500 points their reward is $5 to their account, when they redeem it you manually add the credit to their account ( Or send a gift card ) allowing them to withdraw or use it for other commerce things etc, When you put the 2 together there is multiple things you can do with them just imagine and you will get ideas DEMO Betting Shop Features ( Including ACP ) Create unlimited categories and 3 sub categories to hold all your bets You can choose to add any sport you wish to the list Create unlimited betting options Pick & choose the bets you want to offer to your members Enter a Selection name ( Example Arsenal vs Man City ) Enter a description of the bet ( Example Arsenal to win 2-0 ) Either use a font-awesome 5 icon or upload a image to show on the bet slip Enter a venue of where the game / event takes place Enter a start time ( Users will not be able to bet after the starting time ) Pick what odds to use with a decimal ( Example if you set it as 2.5 and a user bets 10 points then they will get 10 x 2.5 = 25 plus their 10 points back totaling 35 points ) Select if this is a staff pick ( It will add a nice little gold star to the top left of the slip ) Choose to place a header image on the betting shop main page Choose to enter some text to place above the image using the built in editor The main page will show all bets available randomally ( Each time you refresh the page it will change the way they are sorted ) Shows a table in the ACP with a list of all bets placed Shows a table in the ACP with a list of all bet payouts awarded My Bets Page ( Front End ) Shows a nice grid of all your bets Filter the grid to show all your bets Filter it to show current bets in play / not comfirmed Filter it to show all your winning bets Filter it to show all your losing bets Once the bet had been confirmed as a winner, the users will go to their bets and click the button to collect their winnings If the bet was a winner then it will show a little golden trophy in the top left of the slip If the user has collected their winnings it will add a little green tick to the top right of the slip If the users bet was a loser it will show a little red cross in the top right of the slip Widgets Shows a list of users who have spent the most points gambling ( Biggest Gambler ) Shows a list of the highest bets placed along with the users who placed them
  18. Members Shop

    I did that with reactions... remain the Blog entries. Thanks again
  19. Members Shop

    There is already reactions you will see them when you edit a reaction, The blogs and that will be coming in the future ( I need to buy the app )
  20. Members Shop

    Is there any chance to add the feature, to add points from blog entries(reactions, posts etc) ?
  21. Members Shop

    Thank you
  22. Members Shop

    You need to click the little padlock button on the ACP table, then that will protect them from being overridden when syncing
  23. Members Shop

    Hello I translated all the items in my language, i changed points etc and when i hit the button resync, all came back to default..... Can i use my language ?
  24. Members Shop 1.0.3 has been released New Features Brand new design of the shop / my items / rewards & logs pages allowing you to choose to from the default table or a nice new grid view You can now select to send a email to your chosen user ( Admin probably ) for when a custom item is redeemed saying x member bought x item you need to do what you do to award it ( Not in them words though lol ) Brand new menu in the ACP for the shop items Create categories for the items ( These categories will also show on the shops front page ) Create unlimited custom items Drag & drop each item in order of how you want them to appear in the shop, or drag them to different categories you will create Added a view purchase button to the ACP shop items showing who purchased the items and when Moved the generate purchase button to the items table so you can just select the item then click to generate a purchase Each item has it's own permission matrix to allow / disallow certain users groups from either viewing the item, buying the item or sending the item You can now charge users a % of the items value to send said item to another member Award points to users for joining a club Remove points from users who leave / get kicked from a club New shop item to allow users to be anonymous for their remaining session ( anonymous means not showing as online & session meaning until they logout ) Added a widget to show a list of users with the most points Bug Fixes Fixed the bug where it would only add one lot of points if a user bought multiple point packages at once via commerce
  25. We've recently spoken about how we've brought our Gallery and Blog apps bang up to date with interface overhauls to bring them inline with the high standards our customers expect. Keeping this in mind, we're thrilled to announce that we've taken Commerce right back to 2009. This needs an explanation. Way back in 2009, Obama was inaugurated as the 44th President. Minecraft was put into beta, Slumdog Millionaire was released to critical praise and we had a product called IP.Subscriptions. IP.Subscriptions was a lightweight member subscriptions manager that allowed members to purchase elevated permissions via a user group upgrade. It was a fine little app. However, on the horizon we had a brand new eCommerce app in development. Then called Nexus, now called Commerce (we took months to come up with that). It made sense for us to merge the products into one app given they both had overlapping functionality. They both could create packages to promote members to a new user group. Commerce was much more developed as an invoicing and billing system. Everyone was happy. Almost. Commerce has grown to be an incredibly powerful app. It can sell anything from physical products like t-shirts, to digital products such as license keys and it can even manage your hosting set-up. We use it for our support and billing systems, so we know how robust it is. While it's an incredibly powerful commerce system, setting up basic subscriptions packages became a little more complex. Over the past few years we've received a lot of feedback on this. We've listened. Commerce Member Subscriptions We've built a brand new section into Commerce specifically for membership subscriptions. Let's take a look at this in more detail. On the front end, there's a very clear and easy to understand page for membership subscriptions. The main subscriptions interface Here you can see all the available packages, which one you're currently subscribed to and the upgrade and downgrade options. A simple way to upgrade There's several choices for costing upgrades in the Admin CP, here we have chosen to charge the difference between packages. Get to your subscriptions easily Your subscriptions are easily found in the user menu. If the Admin allows, the package you're subscribed to appears as a badge on your profile. There's also a little widget showing the packages which you can drag and drop to the sidebar for an additional prompt for non-subscribers. This gives Invision Community a very clear and easy to understand interface for subscriptions which lives outside of the Commerce store and its packages. Now, let's dive into the Admin CP The main engine for this feature is the package list. This is in a separate area within Commerce. The list also shows the number of currently active and inactive subscribers. This links to the list of subscribers. Other than Bob having a total nightmare, you can easily view which members are currently active. The buttons link you to the Commerce invoice and purchase. If you wish to add a member to a subscription without charging them (you generous soul, you), then that is easily possible. Creating a new subscription package is very straight forward. We've built a new form which is stripped down to the fundamental items you'll need for a subscription. As you would expect, there are several settings to control the system. A few things worth mentioning here: You can force new members to purchase a subscription on sign-up You can show or hide the profile badge indicating which package they purchased. You can choose to allow upgrades or downgrades. You can choose how you'd like to charge for upgrades or downgrades Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback over the years. We're really pleased to present this new feature and hope that it'll make your daily lives just a little easier. Let us know what you think! View the full article
  26. This month, we turn sweet sixteen! We made our own card this year. I know, it's hard to believe with our youthful looks and energetic personalities, but it's true. Charles and I have known each other longer than I've known my own children and we still make each other laugh on a daily basis. Over the past 16 years we've seen a lot of trends come and go. When we started, AOL dial-up was the preferred method of choice (and probably the only method of choice). Compuserve were flying high and I think I'll stop this walk down memory lane before I turn into my own grandfather and start talking about how things were better in my day. A lot has changed. We've seen the rise of social media and how it disrupted habits. We've seen MP3 players become iPods, and iPods become iPhones and iPhones become iPads (other digital devices are also available). It's crazy to think that our company pre-dates Facebook, Twitter and Youtube. Click on this image to see it unless you have excellent eyesight We're still here because we are always innovating and adapting. The software we're working on right now is vastly different from the one we started out with. And that is how it should be. We listen to our customers and we implement the great ideas. Of course, we'd not have lasted a year without our customers. We're genuinely thrilled to still be doing a job we love and serving customers who have trusted their community with us. Thank you all for choosing us and we're looking forward to the next 16 years. View the full article
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  28. 4.3: Announcements

    We have a very important announcement to make! There are times where you need to get the attention of your visitors. You might be closed on certain days of the year, performing server maintenance (if you are consider our Cloud Plans, they're excellent) or running a competition. Invision Community has always had an announcements feature baked in, but we felt it could be improved. Okay, maybe this feature isn't as flashy as some of the others we're introducing in 4.3, but these useful features should make managing your community easier. The new look announcement feature replaces the old widgets enabling you to display customisable announcements in any of the following locations; Top of the page Above the page content In the sidebar The three new announcement locations Each location has some slightly different features; the page top banner is dismissible by the member if they no longer want to see it, whereas the banner above the content and the sidebar announcements cannot be dismissed. Most of the original customisable features are still available, including the ability to select which applications and pages show certain announcements and which member groups can see them. Combining this with the three new locations gives you much more flexibility for different types of announcements and we've also included the option to customise the color of the announcement. New customisable options The announcements have also been improved to contain more information. Rather than showing an unformatted snippet along side the title, announcements can now be tapped to open a modal showing any further details. Modal showing announcement content We hope you'll enjoy these useful improvements in Invision Community 4.3. Stay tuned for further announcements (pun intended)! View the full article
  29. "No man is an island" wrote John Donne. He wrote that a good 200 years before computers were invented, but it rings true for any well written framework like Invision Community. The included REST API allows developers to fetch data from Invision Community and also allows data to be added. This data can be used to power widgets on your website, or to be used within other applications you are already using in a very simple way. Several enhancements have been made to the REST API for Invision Community 4.3 that we wanted to let you know about. These changes are developer-oriented, so if you do not use the REST API with your community please feel free to skip this update. If you would like to learn more about the REST API available with Invision Community, please see our REST documentation. Search capabilities As previously noted, you can now perform searches through the REST API. You can perform searches based on keywords, tags, or both, and you can limit and filter results with parameters similar to when you perform a regular search on the site (e.g. to specific containers, returning only results over a set number of comments, or searching within clubs). Permission awareness Several REST API endpoints are now permission-aware when combined with Oauth functionality built into Invision Community 4.3. This means that many REST API endpoints can be called using a specific user's access token, and only results that the specific user would normally be able to see will be returned (and/or they will only be able to submit to areas they normally have permission to). Ability to search members While an endpoint has always been available to retrieve (and add/edit/delete) members, the ability to search for members has now been implemented. You can search by name, email address, and (one or more) group(s), and a paginated response will be returned. Private conversations You can now start a new private conversation, reply to an existing private conversation, and delete a private conversation through the REST API. Other REST API changes You can now specify member's secondary groups when adding or updating a member through the REST API. You can specify the member's registration IP address through the REST API when adding or updating a member. You can now specify other member properties not directly exposed through the REST API when adding or updating a member by setting the rawProperties input field. You can now specify other member properties to retrieve through the REST API through the otherFields request parameter. The REST API now better logs changes to member accounts (so you will be able to more easily identify how a user's name, email address, password, etc. has changed when looking at the member history). You can now retrieve all content a member is following through the REST API, as well as follow a new container/content item, and delete an existing follow. You can now validate an account through the REST API You can now specify a 'perPage' parameter for paginated responses to control how many items are returned per page. Most of these changes were directly culled from client feedback and implemented per specific requests. If there are other REST API changes you would like to see implemented please don't hesitate to leave your feedback! View the full article
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