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#1
Crocweb does not charge anything to migrate account from old host.  Don't believe ICDSoft does either.
#2
Quote from: Steve on Today at 10:53:03 AMIf you order a topic by, say, subject, no matter what page you're on in the topic and you go to a different page in the same topic, it stays sorted by subject. Such is not the case with this mod.
OK - I'm really confused because even without this mod installed I can't see any sort options once I'm viewing a topic - I can only see sort options on the message index.

How do you order an individual topic by subject?

Also, would you please provide some screen captures to help explain the problem.


Edit ...

Just wondering if the following is an example of what you're referring to:
1. Eight pages of topics are shown in the message index for a particular board;
2. You click on the 'Subject' link at the top of the message index to change the sort method for the current message index view from the default method of 'Last Post' to 'Subject';
3. You page through the message index (each page shown in the message index will be sorted by 'Subject').
4. You view a topic on any page; and
5. When you return to the message index from the topic the message index view has returned to using the default sort method of 'Last Post'.
#4
SMF 2.0.x Support / Conversion to 2.1.0-Current - ...
Last post by Latimeria - Today at 05:50:30 PM

Hi Guys

I am looking for a very experienced developer to convert a much older version SMF 2.0.7 | SMF © 2014, Simple Machines to the latest 2.1.0-Current - php 7.0.0-8.3. I have purchased a linux server for the conversion. I am not sure if this is possible.
#5
SMF 2.1.x Support / Re: Looking for new host - any...
Last post by mickjav - Today at 05:50:07 PM
I use https://hostit.host/ And have done for years without issue.

Also, your cPanel will have a complete file export you can use to recreate your site alternatively ask your new host for a price to move your site.

Best of luck mick
#6
Modifications and Packages / Re: Optimus
Last post by Pieszyce - Today at 03:15:56 PM
Hai Bugo,

Would this work?? You know I'm green as grass in this matter. :'(


QuoteUser-agent: *
User-agent: Googlebot (smartphone)
Disallow: /wp-admin/
Allow: /wp-admin/admin-ajax.php
Disallow: /forum-over-polen/index.php?action=admin*
Allow: /forum-over-polen/index.php?*
Allow: /forum-over-polen/*
User-agent: Googlebot (desktop)
Disallow: /wp-admin/
Allow: /wp-admin/admin-ajax.php
Disallow: /forum-over-polen/index.php?action=admin*
Allow: /forum-over-polen/index.php?*
Allow: /forum-over-polen/*
User-agent: Googlebot (images)
Disallow: /wp-admin/
Allow: /wp-admin/admin-ajax.php
Disallow: /forum-over-polen/index.php?action=admin*
Allow: /forum-over-polen/index.php?*
Allow: /forum-over-polen/*
Disallow: /cgi-bin/
Sitemap: https://polenforum.nl/forum-over-polen/sitemap.xml
#7

Quoteunless they want another system or page at the home page of their domain. I don't this has not been answered. if they want SMF as the main page/home page, they can move the files to that location and run repair_settings.php.

I'm only using the domain for my SMF forum so from what I've read, I can either move the forum folder to be at the top of the file structure + run repair tool, or rename the forum folder (I think that's my main objective, is to rename the forum folder so my forum is re-named  hxxp:pawsietogsforum.xxx/CONNECT [nonactive]  with CONNECT the new name of the forum folder + run repair tool). I THINK.  :laugh:
#8
Quote from: Sir Osis of Liver on Today at 01:45:21 PM
Quote from: Sir Osis of Liver on Today at 01:39:43 PMThat will not fix it.  The domain goes to the Index of/ page, not the forum.  Try it.

At the very least, you would have to redirect the domain to the forum directory, repair_settings won't do that.  Better to fix the domain.


unless they want another system or page at the home page of their domain. this has not been answered. if they want SMF as the main page/home page, they can move the files to that location and run repair_settings.php.
#9
Quote from: TiU on Today at 01:43:29 PMDoes anybody have any recommendations for other hosting companies where there is less likelihood that the host will break the forum.

Have a look at our Hosts board.

https://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?board=4.0

Quote from: TiU on Today at 01:43:29 PMAlso, what is the best backup format to use to copy from our host?

I am not sure I understand what you mean by this? Can you please elaborate a little further?
#10

Crocweb

ICDSoft

You should be able to d/l a full account backup (all files and databases) with host control panel.
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