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Re: Any way of recovering my forum? by Jacob
[August 14, 2017, 10:41:43 pm]


Re: Any way of recovering my forum? by Luka Trbović
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Re: Any way of recovering my forum? by SMFNew
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Any way of recovering my forum? by Luka Trbović
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Re: Problem with using code by Jacob
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Re: Problem with using code by kisrooster
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Re: Problem with using code by Jacob
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Re: Problem with using code by kisrooster
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Re: Problem with using code by kisrooster
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News & Updates / SSL now supported for smfnew2.com sites!
« Last post by SMFNew on Today at 06:07:27 pm »
SSL now supported for smfnew2.com sites!

At the moment this is a manual setting which you can turn on under Admin -> Forum Settings then check "Use Forum SSL"
SSL is also enabled by default for all new forums.


Our support forum has SSL enabled and you can check out a demo of it at https://www.support.smfnew.com/
Google chrome is rolling out an update in October to flag any non SSL https site that a flag as in secure.

Notes:

Some things to keep in mind remote content if you are using SSL most be in https:// based to load. This mainly applies to custom javascript in headers/footers and custom css. We proxy remote images inside posts automatically. Also if you users of old browsers/computers SSL does not work on windows xp.



If you are a custom domain user not using smfnew2.com as your domain. You can look into SSL by checking out https://www.cloudflare.com. Or you can buy an SSL certificate and we can install it on your domain for a one time fee of $50


If you have any questions let us know,
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Support / Re: Any way of recovering my forum?
« Last post by Jacob on August 14, 2017, 10:41:43 pm »
In the future, if possible, please try to write your posts in 10pt font size or higher. :) Glad you were able to recover your account!
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Support / Re: Any way of recovering my forum?
« Last post by Luka Trbović on August 14, 2017, 04:08:05 pm »
Thank you, I've recovered my account.
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Support / Re: Any way of recovering my forum?
« Last post by SMFNew on August 14, 2017, 04:05:22 pm »
Unlocked the forum from maintenance mode.
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Support / Any way of recovering my forum?
« Last post by Luka Trbović on August 14, 2017, 03:58:33 pm »
Hello everyone.Before a year or so I made forum (unitedcitycnr.smfnew2.com) and after some months I started developing a new platform and abandoned current one. I forgot admin password. I have also turned on maintenance mod so there is no way to by-pass login to reach recover email. I'm not sure if I really have my email there since that was just a perm forum. Forum is created by my friend from Singapore for deeper information. I present myself as a administrator on unitedcity.smfnew2.com forum using nickname 'ShutDown' so if any of 'high command' can reset forum account that would be great.
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Support / Re: Problem with using code
« Last post by Jacob on August 05, 2017, 11:20:54 pm »
No problem, happy to help. :) Is your problem fixed, then?
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Support / Re: Problem with using code
« Last post by kisrooster on August 05, 2017, 03:36:16 am »
Thanx
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Support / Re: Problem with using code
« Last post by Jacob on August 05, 2017, 03:14:45 am »
Hmm, odd, it doesn't show up as a clickable link for me. Do you possibly have a browser addon that might fix broken links? If so, it could be that addon is unwittingly trying to "fix" a link that isn't broken.
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Support / Re: Problem with using code
« Last post by kisrooster on August 05, 2017, 01:36:02 am »
Here is the problem:


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Support / Re: Problem with using code
« Last post by kisrooster on August 05, 2017, 01:33:41 am »
I'm not 100% sure I'm fully understanding what problem you're having: you're saying that you typed a URL within a BBCode code block, but that the URL displays as a clickable link rather than simply text?

If that's the case, does the code BBCode work at all for any other text?


Yes.


But the [flash][/flash] code with youtube links dosn't work too.
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