Well, then you'll need to do that.
Have you ran the installer and modified parser.php?
The userlist is standard, but the menu thingy isn't.
Re: [solved] Duplicate content problem & SOLUTION (14 replies, posted in PunBB 1.3 troubleshooting)
Check the config?
You didn't run the database update script.
So it could be beneficial to add the functionality to the query builder, and having it available as an extension instead of putting it in the core where it'll have little use for most forums and clog up the code.
I do wonder, with the caching, how would you tell MySQL to cache that query? Would you need to add something infront of it to have it cache, or add something infront of it to make it not cache?
That's a bug in Opera then
A PDF is probably best indeed.
Doesn't the RFC define you can only use alphanumeric characters in hostnames?
What it says.
Well, according to his examples it was both possible with and without the underscore. Or atleast, that's how I saw it.
Do you have some sort of load balancing or other internal proxy server set up?
Doesn't work for me there either. Might have to do with this:
Notice: Undefined offset: 1 in /home/lie2815/public_html/forums/header.php(121) : eval()'d code on line 18
You won't have a valid page, your page will be rendered in a less strict mode which could break things, ...
That'd be VERY difficult to do properly Bibby, unless you start nesting stuff. And it'd be way too much information in a small space.
$user_id = '/userid_?'.$pun_user['id'].'_(.*?)/';
Not very easily, no.
Well, technically it could be done, but it'd be somewhat hackish. And you'd have to give up a few columns (posts, topics, last post) to fit them.
The validator link in your first post says that that page is valid, so I guess it's all fixed now.
Uppercase = THIS IS UPPERCASE
Lowercase = this is lowercase
Whoops. Indeed. Didn't see it was the config table.
None of them. You can set multiple fields to be updated for the same table. Use that feature.
Probably a problem with the network at your host.
By the way, what's the server load?