It's not a bug, the post count counts how many times the user has posted, not how many posts currently exist by them.

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(5 replies, posted in PunBB 1.2 troubleshooting)

You sure it's not the hosting your using? Never heard of it myself.

103

(3 replies, posted in PunBB 1.2 troubleshooting)

Did you manually delete anything from the database?

104

(11 replies, posted in General discussion)

Works fine here.

105

(4 replies, posted in Programming)

you want "username='$post['username']'" (with the ' around the value). Same for password.

106

(15 replies, posted in General discussion)

http://ownedirl.com/ohnoes.jpg

Sorry, just had to.

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(132 replies, posted in General discussion)

http://files.myopera.com/TMS/albums/45000/thumbs/pigeon-orly.jpg_thumb.jpg

108

(7 replies, posted in PunBB 1.2 troubleshooting)

Chances are the others do but just don't display their total queries.

Choices are either:
Put up with a high number of queries (probably not a good idea).
Find a good subforum mod (not sure if one exists).
Get someone who can code well to write you one.

109

(7 replies, posted in PunBB 1.2 troubleshooting)

Dunno the problem on forum.php without looking at the source, but you really should remove that custom CSS mod (http://www.shizzled.com/viewtopic.php?pid=12718#p12718).

Edit: And the embedded SWF one.

110

(9 replies, posted in General discussion)

Unfortunately im going to have to say Invisionfree. I am a PunBB supporter obviously, and not a fan of invision - however Invision has a company with an income from selling Invision licenses along with hosting and management for Invision forums. They have a number of high quality servers along with payed staff to run them - whereas MyPunBB has 1 man who runs it in his free time out of his own pocket to try help people.

Try creating a file call it phpinfo.php, and in it add

<?php phpinfo(); ?>

Does this file work or is it blank too?

It would be a good idea for a mod, but not an official feature.

It could also have some security issues if you were granting member access to anyone with "googlebot" in their user-agent (since user-agents are amazingly easy to spoof, and I presume there would be some reason for having your boards not accessible to guests in the first place).

posts won't show if the person that made them is missing, check the users table and see if the user id that posted the missing posts exists or not.

Email:

$mail_message = str_replace('<login_url>', $pun_config['o_base_url'].'/login.php', $mail_message);

Roughly line 234 of register.php

Redirect:

// Try to determine if the data in HTTP_REFERER is valid (if not, we redirect to index.php after login)
$redirect_url = (isset($_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']) && preg_match('#^'.preg_quote($pun_config['o_base_url']).'/(.*?)\.php#i', $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'])) ? htmlspecialchars($_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']) : 'index.php';

Roughly line 203 of login.php

115

(11 replies, posted in PunBB 1.2 show off)

Looks nice

Have a look at the function do_smilies() in include/parser.php.

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(5 replies, posted in PunBB 1.2 discussion)

http://www.syi.cc

My site with 15.5k threads and 221.9k posts and it runs with no problems at all.

It mainly depends on the quality of your hosting (as Jansson mentioned).

503 errors shouldn't be anything to do with PunBB I wouldn't think, who is your host?

I had a similar problem when i first tried using Opera, it was due to the cache being set to only update once every 5 hours.

120

(6 replies, posted in PunBB 1.2 discussion)

That second one is nice.

121

(68 replies, posted in PunBB 1.2 discussion)

lhffan wrote:
Reines wrote:

One thing I would suggest is either adding image verification to password resetting, or make a limit so a user can only request a new password once a day. I had a problem with people auto posting a users email in the reset page, resulting in them getting mail bombed with reset requests (not good for the user, or for my server).

That would be something for 1.3 or a mod/plugin?

I think 1.3 will deal with it, until then it's easy enough to do with a mod.

http://punbb.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=11495

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(68 replies, posted in PunBB 1.2 discussion)

I had a couple problems with people thinking it'd be funny to "crack" peoples usernames (brute force attack using programs such as access diver), but it was easily solved with image verification on login. This is a very rare problem though, and not specific to punbb either.

One thing I would suggest is either adding image verification to password resetting, or make a limit so a user can only request a new password once a day. I had a problem with people auto posting a users email in the reset page, resulting in them getting mail bombed with reset requests (not good for the user, or for my server).

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(9 replies, posted in General discussion)

Endre wrote:

Work hard on getting the word out, spread the word on other sites

Be careful about how you do that. There is a fine line between promoting your site, and annoying spamming your site everywhere. If done properly it works well, however spamming everywhere will simply give your site a bad reputation.

Make it?