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  1. Back From Hell Version 1.0.0 This template is specially made for gaming. For support, you can contact me trough steam or pm here. Upcoming Updates: Color Changer. » Users can choose the prefered color for their interface. » Administrators with AdminCP Access and APPEARANCE access, can modify all the colors from the template editor. Background Changer (Maybe.) » Users can choose the prefered image for their interface. » Administrators with AdminCP Access and APPEARANCE access, can modify all the images from the template editor. ! This template will also be available for 4.7 from 01.11.2022. Przejdź do sklepu
  2. (NE) Media Recorder will allow your users to record and upload audio recordings, all while on your community and without having to leave the site. How to use: Click the button indicated... Respond to the request from your browser to provide permissions for the site to access your microphone (the prompt will differ depending on your browser, device and OS)... The recording begins - any limits on length or size will be indicated. When you are finished recording, simply click the provided button to stop the recording (you can also pause the recording, if you wish)... You will then be presented with a dialog where you can: listen to your recording provide a filename if you wish (if you don't, a default one will be used), and this will be applied to the file when it is uploaded click OK to upload the file, or Cancel to discard the recording and start again download your recording, if you wish. If you clicked OK then your recording will be automatically uploaded to the editor... Via the application's settings in the ACP... Audio recording can be enabled and used in the following locations: Forums topics & comments Calendar events, comments & reviews Pages database records, comments & reviews System (a.k.a. Core) Messenger Limitations on the length or size of audio recordings can also be applied Once any applied limit has been hit, recording will be stopped and the user will be prompted to upload the file Future features are dependent on the popularity of the application - the following are items that are in mind, but not guaranteed to be included: Expansion of the functionality out to other area & applications within the community suite Addition of video recording to the application Addition of a transcription service (using 3rd-party "Speech to Text" APIs), converting uploaded audio files to text via a background task, and adding that textual content to the search index. Przejdź do sklepu
  3. Application for managing multiplayer game servers. Features: Sourcebans Display bans, Display communication blocks, Support for IPv6, Search bans / blocks by: Player, Steam ID, Admin, Server, Reason, Created data, Ends data, Address IP (only if we provide permission) Block / unblock bans/comms, Admin management, including: Add, edit, delete, Connect with members form IPS, Steam ID, Immunity Level, Server Password (Secure Input), Groups, Extra Server Flags Group management with server flags, Mods management, Servers management, Tools: Create new empty database, Clear all data from database See guide for Sourcebans plugins in servers AMXBans Display bans Support for IPv6, Search bans / blocks by: Player, Steam ID, Admin, Server, Reason, Created data, Ends data, Address IP (only if we provide permission) Admin management, including: Add, edit, delete, Connect with members form IPS, Steam ID Servers management, Tools: Create new empty database, Clear all data from database See forum for AMXBans Appeals Create, edit, delete appeals, Add comment, Open / close appeal, Integrate with reports system form IPS Errors IPv6 not accepted in sourcebans. Run this query in phpmyadmin: ALTER TABLE `sb_bans` CHANGE `adminIp` `adminIp` VARCHAR(46) CHARACTER SET utf8mb4 COLLATE utf8mb4_unicode_ci NOT NULL DEFAULT ''; ALTER TABLE `sb_comms` CHANGE `adminIp` `adminIp` VARCHAR(46) CHARACTER SET utf8mb4 COLLATE utf8mb4_unicode_ci NOT NULL DEFAULT ''; IPv6 not accepted in amxbans, Run this query in phpmyadmin: ALTER TABLE `amx_bans` CHANGE `player_ip` `player_ip` VARCHAR(46) CHARACTER SET utf8mb4 COLLATE utf8mb4_unicode_ci NULL DEFAULT NULL; ALTER TABLE `amx_bans` CHANGE `admin_ip` `admin_ip` VARCHAR(46) CHARACTER SET utf8mb4 COLLATE utf8mb4_unicode_ci NULL DEFAULT NULL; Przejdź do sklepu
  4. Polls everywhere! Create and comment on polls on a separate page! You, as an administrator, can set which groups can comment and delete their own polls. Embedding With the custom {poll="ID"} tag, you can embed any poll in your community templates, including Page app templates. This way you can show a relevant poll in any article or category. Widget You can post polls on community pages using the widget, including posting multiple polls at once. Przejdź do sklepu
  5. Track and display all moderators who were online over the last 24 hours! All names link to user profiles Names can be plain or group formatted Font size adjustable via selectable IPS classes (ipsType_normal, medium, small) Set a maximum number of names displayed with any overages appended as a count. Actual count appears in the widget title. Widget usable anywhere. You can choose which member groups are allowed to see this widget. You can select which specific moderator groups are displayed in this widget. You can select which specific members with moderator privs are displayed in this widget. Names can be sorted alphabetically or by latest visit to oldest visit (see notes). Coded for zero-impact on page loads! Notes: 1) Zero-impact means zero impact. The underlying member data is generated via a task that runs every five minutes. That means a single database query for this data every five minutes, not on every user's page load. 2) This does mean that if you adjust the sort options or the groups from which moderators are selected, you will need to wait up to five minutes for these changes to appear in the widget. 3) By and large it really should not matter how many names you choose to display in the widget, but if this is creeping up towards 1000 or more, the impact will not be from the underlying widget code itself, but merely you pushing out 1000 or more names and links to the page. The widget is cached as well but you still might be pushing too much to the browser. Your site, you test! Test and adjust as needed. Outside of that single database query every five minutes, the rest is all fetched from whatever you have set for your Data Store. 4) Anonymous moderators are NEVER INCLUDED! 5) Additionally, if you are displaying names from latest visit to earliest, the timestamp used to set this is the initial session start time, not the user's latest activity. This means when a user toggles off their anon status they are likely to appear somewhat down stream in the list of names in the widget rather than right at the top. A slight hedge against stalkerish behavior. 6) Note this plugin not only allows you to display all members online from various moderator groups, but also those individual members you have granted some moderator powers to! 7) Group selection is based on primary AND secondary groups, meaning members who have a moderator group appended as a secondary group will be included! Renewals are every three months but this is mostly to catch out rapid changes in IPS code which are becoming common with their new release cadence. I actually expect, as usual, most people to forgo renewals until they NEED it. Most likely when we see the next point version and the Marketplace requires an update. So don't feel bad if you ignore the renewal notice. If you are rolling large, by all means, coins to your various Witchers, we won't mind! Przejdź do sklepu
  6. Track and display all members who were online over the last 24 hours! All names link to user profiles Names can be plain or group formatted Font size adjustable via selectable IPS classes (ipsType_normal, medium, small) Set a maximum number of names displayed with any overages appended as a count. Actual count appears in the widget title. Widget usable anywhere. You can choose which member groups are allowed to see this widget. You can EXCLUDE specific member groups from displaying in this widget. Names can be sorted alphabetically or by latest visit to oldest visit (see notes). Coded for zero-impact on page loads! Notes: 1) Zero-impact means zero impact. The underlying member data is generated via a task that runs every five minutes. That means a single database query for this data every five minutes, not on every user's page load. 2) This does mean that if you adjust the sort options or the groups from which members are selected, you will need to wait up to five minutes for these changes to appear in the widget. 3) By and large it really should not matter how many names you choose to display in the widget, but if this is creeping up towards 1000 or more, the impact will not be from the underlying widget code itself, but merely you pushing out 1000 or more names and links to the page. The widget is cached as well but you still might be pushing too much to the browser. Your site, you test! Test and adjust as needed. Outside of that single database query every five minutes, the rest is all fetched from whatever you have set for your Data Store. 4) Anonymous users are NEVER INCLUDED! 5) Additionally, if you are displaying names from latest visit to earliest, the timestamp used to set this is the initial session start time, not the user's latest activity. This means when a user toggles off their anon status they are likely to appear somewhat down stream in the list of names in the widget rather than right at the top. A slight hedge against stalkerish behavior. 6) Renewals are every three months but this is mostly to catch out rapid changes in IPS code which are becoming common with their new release cadence. I actually expect, as usual, most people to forgo renewals until they NEED it. Most likely when we see the next point version and the Marketplace requires an update. So don't feel bad if you ignore the renewal notice. If you are rolling large, by all means, coins to your various Witchers, we won't mind! Przejdź do sklepu
  7. Bringing your community together with both online and in-person events is one of the most powerful ways to create meaningful connections, long-lasting relationships and one-of-a-kind experiences. The pandemic put a stop to many in-person events, but now that the dust is settling and people are beginning to return to some sense of normalcy, physical events are becoming commonplace. However, we can’t ignore the recent surge in online events now that COVID inspired a new norm. Previously, the Calendar application acted as more of a personal planner, focusing on daily, weekly, monthly and yearly happenings. That functionality still exists, but we’ll leave it to Google Calendar and the likes to handle your standard appointments. Instead, we’re shifting focus to community-driven events with our appropriately named app, Events, available for all Invision Community clients. Our Events app features a beautiful overview page that showcases community events. Let’s take a closer look: Featured Events calendar.mp4 Community leaders can now promote member-driven events with the “Feature” option. This highlights the event on the main overview page for all to see. It includes the event’s cover photo, date, title and description. Search Events Search for community events that are located near you. Tapping the “use my location” prompt allows your browser to identify your physical location, then shows a list of events that are in close proximity to you. Get granular with your search. Filter by general location, date and/or whether the event is an in-person or online event. Maps When searching, a map is also available for you to see in an instant what community events are happening. Happening Near You This section shows a list of events happening near you. It includes a snap shot of the events happening near your physical location, as well as a map of where the event is taking place. This tailor-made page displays events based on geo-location, so communities with members from all over the world will view and experience the Events page differently. If there aren’t any events happening, a message block is displayed instead that says: Happening Today On the day of, your event will include a badge to show the entire community the special event is happening. Online Events This section displays a list of virtual events within your community. Events are shown in chronological order by date and time. Browse by month We extended the search functionality to automatically show both in-person and online events categorized by the month. This is particularly useful to plan what events you’d like to attend and also see what’s in the pipeline. Event Page Here's an example of what an Event's page looks like. It includes the event details, a map if it's an in-person event and an “Open Event” linked button for the online events. Optionally members can RSVP or confirm they attended when you request that per event. Integrations A particularly useful addition to our new Events application is the inclusion of popular, third-party video streaming platforms. When creating a virtual event in your Events application, you may include a link to your event and the platform will advertise it with the vendor’s logo so your community knows what to expect. When your members are ready to join, choosing the “Open Event” button will set them on their way. Below is a complete list of platforms that Invision Community’s Events app can showcase (see examples in the screen shots above): Zoom YouTube EventBrite On24 Facebook Google Webex Slack Discord Microsoft Teams Here are a few examples of how your community can leverage our Events with in-person events: Team building meeting Unite your team with a collaborative event celebrating the company’s wins and victories. Sometimes in-person meetings spark new ideas in ways that a virtual environment can’t. Donation drive Round up your local community and raise money for those in need with an in-person fundraiser. Training programs Gather a group of community moderators and/or employees together and teach them how to innovate, strategize and lead with a physical training event. Flash sale Make Black Friday, Boxing Day and other major retail sales an event within your community. Encourage your community to show up to a limited-time flash sale where in-person purchases are the only route to obtain an exclusive item. Let's check out some examples for online events: Virtual happy hour Let loose with a few of your community buddies at a virtual happy hour. Schedule something once a week or month and make a few extra friends no matter where they live (a cold brew at 5 a.m. your time when it’s 5 p.m. their time might be a tad awkward, but hey, it’s 5 p.m. somewhere). Holiday party If your company is remote-based, an online holiday party is the perfect solution to spread the good time vibes. Interviews Invite fans of an artist to watch a virtual live stream or music video where they can actively engage and contribute. Fan gatherings Speaking of fans or an artist or brand, unite people who share common interests together with a fan-fueled event. Conduct a Q&A, share inside information and create a space for them to celebrate their collective passions. Our Events application is a welcomed addition designed to bring an enhanced presentation of the events happening in your space both on and offline. Community users can enjoy this interactive overview as an add-on to the traditional view. As a site admin, the overview page can be set as the new default in your AdminCP. We are excited to bring the Events application to all Invision Community plans in an upcoming release. Let us know what you think in the comments. Wyświetl pełny artykuł
  8. This resource will allow members to add a brief description about the topic they're creating. Display - Topic descriptions will show up on: Topic view Forum view Fluid view Activity streams Search results Member profile (activity stream and Content -> Topics) Topic Feed widget (horizontal mode) Per forum configuration: Enable topic description in this forum? Make topic description required? Topic description maximum length Settings: Display in forum view? Display in Fluid view? Display in Activity Streams and Search Results? Display in Member Profile -> Content -> Topics? Tools: Mass Toggle Topic Description in Forums Deleted all topic descriptions Moderator Permission: Can add/edit/delete topic descriptions? Przejdź do sklepu
  9. This plugin adds new options to the default Topic Feed widget in the forums application: show last post instead of first post data & exclude topics from open clubs the member has not joined. Features Setting to show the last post instead of the first post data. Setting to exclude topics from open clubs the member has not joined. All settings can be setup individually for each widget. Przejdź do sklepu
  10. Invision Community shows a "Recent activity in my clubs" block on the clubs homepage but it isn't a widget that can be moved. This plugin allows to place the same block anywhere as a widget. Features Setting to choose how many recent items to show. Setting to only show activity from the last X days. Setting to automatically hide the widget when there is no recent activity. Przejdź do sklepu
  11. Online Status Flags out members online status in all comments and reviews areas of any application! Out-of-the-box support for the following IPS applications and areas: Forum - Topics - Posts Calendar - Event - Comments and Reviews Downloads - Comments and Reviews Commerce - Product Reviews Gallery - Album - Comments Gallery - Image - Comments Clubs supported as the above items are merely passed on through to the club. Note: For badges, the comment/review/post three-dot dropdown menu is often gatekept by numerous permissions. The badge is inserted within this structure. Typically, if the member group of a viewer allows them to report or share these comments/reviews/posts the badge will appear for them. Otherwise not. This gatekeeping may vary from app to app. If online status is vitally important to your community use one of the other two options. For all other 3rd-party applications, as long as they are using the built-in Invision Community commenting and reviews templates this will slot in seamlessly. Note this explicitly means they are using the LITERAL templates as provided in the Core application; called directly from the Core application (as they should). If they copy those templates and include them within their own application, or roll their own versions, in either case this mod is not likely to work with those items. Open to additional indicators. Just ask in the support topic (though no promises). Renewal is mainly to catch out Invision Community version changes, skip unless you need it. Przejdź do sklepu
  12. Description : Eden is mainly based on gaming, but it can be used in many other situations because it is very easy to customize, and it doesn't take long to turn it into a perfect template for your job. Links & Info : https://tectonicpx.com/themes [ Here you can find our demo templates ] https://tectonicpx.com/board [ Here you can find support for our themes ] Demo account [ name : demo@tectonicpx.com ] [ password : demo ] [ DEMO SITE : https://tectonicpx.com/board ] If you are a client, send me a pm on https://tectonicpx.com/board [ and you will get acces to client area ] Theme Features [ ACP ] : Count Down fully customizable Background Picker Index Settings Mega Footer fully customizable Social Links customizable Special Forums [ for promoted servers or whatever you want to do with this feature ], fully customizable Menu & Forum Row fully customizable icons directly from ACP Customizer : Color Picker [ 6 colors ] Background Picker [ 4 backgrounds ] Fluid width Switch [ Switch between Fixed and Fluid ] Show / Hide Sidebar Sidebar position [ Left / Right ] Chose sublist columns [ 2 / 3 ] Show / Hide Back To Top Button New : Clean css code [ with vars ] And Much More Warnings : No Renewal anymore you are free to use this theme for life Plugins Used : General Statistics [ write me and i will send you the plugin ] Chatbox Free Przejdź do sklepu
  13. This simple plugin will allow admins to set the default quick search area manually, overloading default IPS method of selecting the currently viewed module as a default search area. PLEASE NOTE: This plugin will disable "This Topic, This forum" Search options, USE on your own responsibility. Przejdź do sklepu
  14. WARRIORZ - 4.6+ Classic Template for Gaming. I don't have a lot of informations to share about this specific template, since is a free template I decided to share this template with invisioncommunity clients for free, feel free to use it. Regarding updates ! This template will not receive any update anymore, if the request are high, than I will update the template for the coming versions. This specific template also works on 4.7, but there may be some bugs, for example with "Search". Przejdź do sklepu
  15. This corrects quite a few improperly localized strings for English (USA). Przejdź do sklepu
  16. This resource will give admins the ability to create frequently asked questions in search results based in the terms used in the search. You can categorize areas of interest and each category will be displayed as a tab in search results. This resource will enhance user experience in your board and will certainly avoid so many topics (or any type of content item) with same matter/questions as they will be presented with a list of questions and answers relating to the searched term. Przejdź do sklepu
  17. This tiny plugin will give users the ability to follow new content anonymously. If the user check the regular follow and the anonymous follow, the new item will be followed anonymously. Note: This option won't be available in comment form because you can already change your follow preferences in the follow popup. Przejdź do sklepu
  18. Would you like a little more control over the Emoji menu/search in the editor? Features: Ability to reorder Emoji groups You can now put your custom emoji group(s) at the top of the list, or reorder the native/Twitter emoji categories. Ability to disable Emoji groups You can disable certain Emoji groups from being visible when viewing the Emoji menu, or performing a search for an emoji Example use-case: maybe you want to retire the use of your custom emoji groups - currently, you would need to delete those groups in the ACP but that then has a knock-on effect on already posted content that may contain one of those custom emojis. With this application, you can simply disable the custom emoji group and it won't be viewable on the front-end IMPORTANT: this application doesn't stop the addition of emoji via copy/paste methods - it manages what is available to the user when they access the Emoji menu or perform a search. Przejdź do sklepu
  19. Will add a filter in forum view to display topics with future publish date. Przejdź do sklepu
  20. This resource will allow administrators to display a low stock notice when the product stock level reaches a predefined level. Per product configuration: Enable low stock notice in the product Show stock level in the notice: LOW STOCK - X left! If disabled, only LOW STOCK will be displayed. Minimum stock level to display the notice Example of usage: You can set a specific product to display the notice when it reaches 10 items in the stock; so from 10 to 1 it will display the notice, exemple: LOW STOCK - 3 left! Przejdź do sklepu
  21. Invision Community has an exciting opportunity to have customer service superstars join our team. Invision Power Services, Inc. is behind the leading community software platform, Invision Community. Our tailored solutions serve clients of all sizes, from smaller communities to the world’s biggest brands. We have been on the forefront of independent and white label engagement communities since 2002. The Role General duties could include assisting customers via forum support, customer communication and marketing needs, and bringing ideas and energy to new customer focused initiatives. Part-time and full-time positions are both available. This role will vary based on your experience, skills, and our needs. If you have a passion for helping others and all things customer service, we would love to hear from you. The position is remote, but it will require significant overlap with the EST working day. We offer a friendly relaxed environment with an established team who have a passion for what they do. There is an opportunity to learn from others and progress into more senior roles. Key Responsibilities Provide public facing support and guidance to customers and prospective customers. Work with customer service team to communicate and prioritize customer needs Write and edit documentation Website maintenance and content creation The most important characteristic is a willingness to learn and to take on new challenges. The role is varied and we are happy to find the right combination of duties to fit your skills and experience. Skills & Experience Familiar with social engagement, not necessary Invision Community Experience writing cheerful and helpful support responses Willingness to learn our Invision Community software The depth of experience can vary between applicants. Please apply even if some of these areas are not your strongest points. We can offer training and mentoring for the right candidate and our team is very supportive. Location Remote but must be available for a significant portion of 9-5 EST working day. Salary Part-time and full-time positions are both available and pay would be determined by experience and assigned duties. How To Apply Please complete the application form giving us as much information as possible. Wyświetl pełny artykuł
  22. An application for quick congratulating users with a Birthday. If your community is used to congratulate users with a Birthday on forum, but you would not like to create a lot of topics for this purpose - the application is designed to help with it. Features Quick congratulations and the ability to add wishes to congratulations A section for viewing the latest congratulated users The ability to congratulate the user a few days after the birthday (and a few hours before - in case of time zone difference) To congratulate, you need to click on the gift icon in the today's Birthdays widget or in the calendar Past Birthdays widget (for congratulations with delay) Admin CP settings, group restrictions for view and create congratulations Notifications - internal and emails. Letters about the number of congratulations per day are sent once a day (the letter is sent within an hour after the first greeting). Display in activity as other events (for the user who congratulated or who was congratulated - depending on the settings) Important! You need a default IPS Calendar application for properly work. Przejdź do sklepu
  23. This plugin allows Invision Community to use external domains for referrals redirects since by default only links within the same community are allowed. Features: Setting to enter the allowed external domains. Setting to match the full domain (when disabled subdomains are automatically allowed). The logout link checks the referrer in a different way compared to every other area in the suite. This plugin allows to bypass it by adding the externalRedirect=1 parameter in the logout url. Notes: Each purchase entitles you to use the modification on a single Community installation. Przejdź do sklepu
  24. Image Scanner.mp4 Invision Community AI can now automatically detect and hold images not suitable for your community. Our new Image Scanner and Discoverability tool, built into the newly-launched Smart Community section of the ACP for clients on select standard plans, has immense moderation power. This new AI feature scans images uploaded by a member, detects what objects the image contains then decides whether or not it’s appropriate to share the image within the community. If the AI believes the image contains anything adult, suggestive and racy, visually disturbing and/or violent, it will either hold the image for moderation or reject the image altogether. Should the image meet the approval requirements and get posted, the image is labeled with what the image “could contain.” These terms optionally show when hovering over the image and allow the image to appear as a search result. These keywords will also support your search. In this example, I searched for the word “apple,” and results included a photo that @Matt posted of an apple. Score thresholds Each uploaded image is assigned a score - essentially a gatekeeper to what is deemed appropriate (and what isn’t). How does the AI determine this score? For each of the categories, a score is returned indicating how confident the service is that the image matches the corresponding category. Depending on the threshold percentage, you can choose to either hold the post for approval, or reject the image. If the content being posted cannot be held for approval (for example inside a personal conversation) the image will be rejected at either threshold. When choosing your percentages, the higher the percentage, the more confident you want the AI to be when it scans images and identifies what the image contains and before holding or rejecting the image. For example, if an image is scanned for adult content and the threshold is 75% or greater in confidence that it contains adult content, the platform will hold the image for moderator approval. For the same image, if it is 85% or greater in confidence that it contains adult content, it will reject the image. If you want to hold more images, resulting in more moderator oversight, you would keep your percentages low. For example, if an image is scanned for visually disturbing content and is 40% or greater in confidence that it contains visually disturbing content, the image will be held for moderator approval. For the same image, if it is 75% or greater in confidence that it contains adult content, it will reject it. The same applies to the suggestive and racy / violence and gore categories: Here are a few more real life examples: Example 1: A sneaky troll decides to disrupt a corporate brand community by posting NSFW images. The image detection can automatically enforce predetermined rules set by the administrator and stop the photo from seeing the light of day in the community. Example 2: A travel company has a community for people to share vacation experiences and information with others. Someone innocently posts a photo wearing a bikini during their trip to the beach, however posting scantily clad images in this community goes against the terms of the community. It is therefore automatically either held for moderation, or is automatically hidden from view. The Image Scanner and Discoverability feature is available now on select standard plans. ACP -> System -> Smart Community -> Features -> Image Scanner Please note the video above uses a Beta version of the Image Scanner; the screen shots in this post reflect the most up-to-date interface. However, the logic remains the same. Interested in moving to a plan with the Image Scanner feature? Please feel free to reach out to us. Questions? Comments? Let us know what you think about the feature in the replies. Wyświetl pełny artykuł
  25. When enabled, the administrator permission "Can sign in as members?" provides an administrator with a "Sign in as...." link when viewing a member in the ACP. This link, when clicked, will redirect the administrator to the front-end of the site where they are effectively logged in as that user and able to view the site as that user. A useful feature, which can help with understanding what a user sees and can do etc - however, it does allow that administrator to be able to sign in as other administrators and potentially gain access to sections of the site that are restricted from being viewed by that administrator normally. In reality, you should only provide this permission to people whom you trust - however, if you do wish to be able to allow this permission for some administrators while stopping them from being able to sign in as 'higher-level' administrators, then this application assists with that. How it works: Upon installation, navigate to the application in the "NE Applications" section of your ACP - you'll be in the 'Protected Groups' listing. Click 'Add protected group' and firstly select the group which you would like to protect. There are 2 fields: Allowed Group(s) - this a listing of the groups which have the 'Can sign in as member' permission Allowed Member(s) - this is a listing of the members who have the 'Can sign in as member' permission exclusively applied to them Simply pick the entries in those 2 fields, and save the form - those picked are the groups/members who will be able to see the option to allow them to sign in as members of that group chosen to be protected. Those unchosen will no longer see the option. An additional feature is in place which will assist with catching 'bad actors' who might attempt to sign in as someone who they are not allowed to sign in as - the login attempt will fail gracefully, and the user will be re-directed to the home page of the site. In addition, the attempt will be logged to the Administrator logs: Przejdź do sklepu
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