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Modifications and Packages / Re: Optimus
« Last post by Massl on Today at 02:47:34 AM »
Just udpate to 2.9.3 and sitemap stop working...
https://site.com/index.php?action=sitemap;xml takes you to the home page of the site.

OP_VERSION instead of the version of the mod.
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Theme Site Themes / Re: Lifestyle [Responsive]
« Last post by Antechinus on Today at 12:14:15 AM »
I happened to hit this first topic this morning, without adequate coffee levels and with my brain adjusted for a dark theme.

Warning: Do not do that. This theme is seriously scary if caffeine levels are low and brain is wanting soothing darkness. :D

However, having got myself up to speed later in the day, and with brain adjusted to deal with sunshine, it's actually pretty damned good. :)
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Mod Requests / Re: Mention/tag mod
« Last post by landyvlad on Yesterday at 10:40:41 PM »
Me too, works great.
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Mod Requests / Re: Show the 3 latest images of the forum on the board index
« Last post by landyvlad on Yesterday at 10:39:02 PM »
Using a portal mod (like TinyPortal or SimplePortal etc) and a gallery mod like SMFHacks Gallery (may require the pro version, I' m unsure) you can have the latest gallery uploads on your front page.

Here's an example (I have it setup for random image sin my case)  https://gsx1400owners.org/forum/

Attachments are a whole other story and I suspect that would be near impossible to achieve.
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Mod Requests / Re: Security Mod
« Last post by landyvlad on Yesterday at 10:34:17 PM »
Arantor while I agree with your thinking on the value or otherwise of the requested mod - it is exactly that - just a request.

I don't think this needs to deteriorate into a... umm...  "robust discussion" 


Just my $0.02 less tax.

 
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Modifications and Packages / Re: SMF Content Slider v.1.1
« Last post by Tricky-Ricky on Yesterday at 08:42:10 PM »
Shame but this seems to have stopped working just loads constant. One of my fave mods please update Mick?
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SMF Coding Discussion / Re: iframes in posts?
« Last post by Sir Osis of Liver on Yesterday at 06:27:43 PM »
It seems that most of the risk involving iframes relates to cross-site content, which we're not really doing here.  Everything loads from the home domain except the mp3 file that loads from another site into the player, and if necessary we can copy the mp3s into home domain.  I'm going to tinker with Looking's suggestion about using a div instead of iframe to contain the player, quick search indicates a div can be targeted somewhat similar to iframe.  I'll still have the menu jumping problem, but eliminating both iframes would seem to be best way to go.  Thanks.
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SMF Coding Discussion / Re: iframes in posts?
« Last post by Arantor on Yesterday at 06:18:15 PM »
Everyone who has commented has pointed out that it would need JavaScript to pull it off. The point of using a playlist bbc would be to be able to manage and provide the JS without having to encode it somehow in the post.
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SMF Coding Discussion / Re: iframes in posts?
« Last post by Sir Osis of Liver on Yesterday at 06:07:08 PM »
The correct solution is no iframe, you are using them as a crutch for doing this properly because they happen to have some conveniently useful characteristics, but they're a bad idea, they've been a bad idea for a long time.

I'm trying it because I haven't been able to find a better way of doing this after several days of dicking around with it.  SychO's suggestion for using :target pseudo-class does exactly what I want, except for the content jumping.  If it wasn't so close I would do something else.

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And yes, they can actually be a security risk if not set up correctly. You haven't set them up correctly, I don't even have to look to know this, because I guarantee you won't have done the things required to make them secure.

That's my concern, and why I started this topic.  Your answer is appreciated.

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The correct solution, as suggested, is that someone writes a playlist bbc that manages style changes in a post without resorting to iframes, but I have neither the desire nor the patience to do this, especially given 'just use iframes' is an acceptable solution.

I've used the personal bbc mod on a couple of forums to create custom bbc tags, but don't see how this can be done with css, or if it can be done within html table that contains the playlist/player.
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SMF Coding Discussion / Re: iframes in posts?
« Last post by Arantor on Yesterday at 05:40:54 PM »
-sigh-

The correct solution is no iframe, you are using them as a crutch for doing this properly because they happen to have some conveniently useful characteristics, but they're a bad idea, they've been a bad idea for a long time.

And yes, they can actually be a security risk if not set up correctly. You haven't set them up correctly, I don't even have to look to know this, because I guarantee you won't have done the things required to make them secure.

The correct solution, as suggested, is that someone writes a playlist bbc that manages style changes in a post without resorting to iframes, but I have neither the desire nor the patience to do this, especially given 'just use iframes' is an acceptable solution.
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