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  3. Tumblr Social Profile

    Adds link to your profile on Tumblr blogging platform in IPS Community Suite footer. Work exactly the same way as standard Facebook, Twitter or Google profile links. Demo You can see and test social profile links on our support forum. Look in the footer, where all social links are displayed. Support For support contact us by email support@thekrotek.com. Please, do NOT ask for support or report issues in comments! If you need a profile link for any social network, just drop us an email to support@thekrotek.com, and we will do it! Go to the Marketplace
  4. Telegram Social Profile

    Adds link to your profile on Telegram in IPS Community Suite footer. Work exactly the same way as standard Facebook, Twitter or Google profile links. Demo You can see and test social profile links on our support forum. Look in the footer, where all social links are displayed. Support For support contact us by email support@thekrotek.com. Please, do NOT ask for support or report issues in comments! If you need a profile link for any social network, just drop us an email to support@thekrotek.com, and we will do it! Go to the Marketplace
  5. Telegram Share

    Button to share your IPS Community Suite content on Telegram messenger. Work exactly the same way as standard Facebook, Twitter or Google buttons. Demo You can see and test sharing buttons on our support forum. Open any topic and find sharing section at the bottom of the page. Support For support contact us by email support@thekrotek.com. Please, do NOT ask for support or report issues in comments! If you need a sharing button for any social network, just drop us an email to support@thekrotek.com, and we will do it! Go to the Marketplace
  6. Fake Topic View Counts

    This plugin will give the staff the ability to manipulate the number of views that topics have received. It adds a new setting on each topic where a view count can be entered. That value will be added on top of the real number of the view count. This can be useful if you want a certain topic or topics to appear popular/important. Installation: To install this plugin, log in to your Admin Panel, go to System->Plugins, click the Install New Plugin button and import the plugin 's xml file. Configuration: To configure it, go to the topic where you want to add the fake view count, click the Moderation Action link and then the Fake Views link. There you can add the extra number of views. Only users with the appropriate permissions will be able to use this option. Settings: There you can select the groups that can control thread views. Moderator Log: Anytime that a topic view count will be increased it will be logged in the Moderation History section in topics, or at the Moderator Log in the Admin Panel. Go to the Marketplace
  7. Pages SuperQuote

    Pages SuperQuote is a set of Pages templates to create a beautiful quotation database on your site using the Pages application. Add quotes from your field to your site or let users submit them. Attract new visitors with your new quote database! The quotes are shown on a dedicated quotes page and optionally in blocks you can put anywhere on your site. A settings plugin makes it easy to customize the look of your quotes. What’s needed: IPS 4.2 in its most recent version with the Pages application. You should be familiar with setting up a Pages database. What is included: A beautiful responsive database listing view template to show all quotes or quotes of a specific category. A beautiful responsive database record view template to show a single quote. A sidebar feed block template to show a selection of records (recent, featured, …) anywhere on your site. A random quote block template to show a random quote anywhere on your site. Works both in vertical and horizontal containers. Detailed Feature Description and Notes: You can use many of the stock database features like: comments, ratings, reviews, reactions, feature, additional fields, categories. Features which are not directly supported or not recommended to use: post to forum, promote, tags, record image. SuperQuote comes with several options you can easily adjust through the included settings plugin. Settings apply to all SuperQuote pages and blocks at the same time. Quote color Highlight color Use Google Font (from a predefined selection or any Google Font you want) or the site’s default font. Quote style: Traditional (centered with English quote marks) Modern (left-aligned with a border on one side) Highlighted Initial (left aligned with a colored/enlarged first letter) Show or hide user who created the record in record view mode Link record view mode from the listing view or blocks Shuffle listing view so the order of records changes on every page load. Text direction: left-to-right or right-to-left Go to the Marketplace
  8. Military Team

    Use my .psd to create your icons, or use those made by me PSD Editable PNG Font Go to the Marketplace
  9. Team Icon Medieval

    Use my .psd to create your icons, or use those made by me Go to the Marketplace
  10. Duo Authentication

    Duo Authentication lets you add Duo as another Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) option. Duo is a paid service with a limited free tier (up to 10 users) which allows centralized management of all authorized users. Setup Instructions Upload the plugin XML file to your Admin CP to install it. Sign up for an account at Duo: https://signup.duo.com/ On your Duo dashboard, create a new "Web SDK" application. See the screenshot above (with 3 arrows and numbers) for an image of how to do this. Make a note of the Integration Key, Secret Key, and API Hostname. Additionally, ensure that "Let users remove devices, add new devices, and reactivate Duo Mobile" is checked. If it is not, you will need to enroll your users yourself and they will be unable to manage their Duo account (add/remove authorized devices) from within Invision Community. If enrolling manually, ensure that the username in duo is their Member ID in Invision Community. See the screenshot above (with the 2 red boxes) for an image of where to find these settings. Copy the Integration Key, Secret Key, and API Hostname into the Duo settings in the Multi Factor Authentication area of the ACP. Toggle Duo from "Disabled" to "Enabled" -- your members can now use Duo! To manage which types of notifications are supported (push, SMS, phone call, passcode), edit the policy on the Duo dashboard. You can also enable a "remember me" checkbox on the Duo dashboard which will allow the user to bypass MFA for a set number of days on the same device. Go to the Marketplace
  11. ChaosTech Rank Icons

    Rank Icons with a very bold and differentiated style for your Forum, the zip accompanies: PSD Editable Fonts PNG's Go to the Marketplace
  12. Unlike a regular website, where you write content for each page, target keywords and optimize text, a forum community's content is predominantly written by users. They don't know or care about your site's SEO and just want to interact with other users or find answers to their questions. To keep your community moving forward, Invision Community implements many best-practice SEO techniques and approaches for you automatically, without you needing to lift a finger. Even still, there are a few additional steps you can take to potentially help your site rank better. How Invision Community helps you automatically Invision Community does a lot of automatic SEO for you behind the scenes to help your site rank better or to help search engines understand your content. Some of those include: Sitemap generation A sitemap file helps search engines to locate pages within your site. This helps search engines find pages so they will be crawled quicker. Invision Community automatically generates a sitemap for you that points to all of your content URLs, and submits it to Google. JSON-LD Another way a site can help search engines is by providing metadata about a page. For example, if the page contains a review, additional data can be supplied to the search engine with rating count, average, and so on. There are dozens of items that can be described in this way, and doing so can mean your results in search engines display this additional data. This makes results more useful to users, potentially leading them to click on your result versus another. It can also help search engines understand your content better. Canonical URLs Search engines can penalize your site in situations where the same content can have multiple URLs. With software that generates pages dynamically, such as a community, this can happen frequently because there are URLs to get the last read post, the latest post, the first post and so on, all ultimately pointing to the same topic page. Invision Community takes care of this for you by setting a canonical URL for every page, telling the search engine which is the definitive URL it should use. Semantic markup The HTML markup used to generate a page is possibly the most important factor impacting SEO. Each HTML tag has a specific meaning (e.g. H1 is an important title) and allows search engines to determine the structure of the page. It's therefore important that tags are used correctly and in the appropriate context - known as semantic markup. Invision Community has been built with semantic markup principles in mind right from the start. Responsive theme Google has been transitioning to a mobile-first approach when crawling sites and it's likely this does or will factor into its PageRank system. Now more than ever it is important that your community offers a genuine mobile experience. Invision Community achieves this by supporting responsiveness - where the theme adapts depending on size of the screen being used - by default. What you can do to improve ranking Let search engines see your content One of the most important things you can do to help with SEO might seem obvious, but we've seen many people unwittingly neglect it: ensure that search engines can see your content! It's tempting to lock down your community so that users have to log in before being able to see your content, and for some communities this might be necessary. However, a search engine can only see content accessible to guests, and so by locking your community down a search engine won't be able to see very much at all, and your pages won't show in search results. Wherever possible, we suggest allowing guests to read your content, though you can require registration to reply. Enable HTTPS Even ignoring SEO this is a good idea, because it's more secure for your users and browsers are increasingly alerting users about sites that don't use HTTPS, showing them as insecure. In terms of SEO, research has shown a correlation between between sites using HTTPS and their ranking position, and in 2014 Google indicated that HTTPS would be a “ranking signal” going forward. Given the other benefits of HTTPS, it would therefore be wise to enable it across your community. Ensure your site loads fast A fast-loading site is very important for rankings, and so you should do what you can to keep your community running quickly. This includes: Enable guest caching Invision Community includes a built-in caching system for pages viewed by guests, ensuring they don't have to be re-generated for every page view. This can greatly speed up your site for guest users and therefore search engines. This is automatically configured on our Cloud services. Don't go overboard with plugins A few good plugins can set your community apart from others, but going overboard can significantly slow down your load times or clutter your interface. Be wary of image-heavy themes As with plugins, a great theme is a good thing to have, but try to avoid one with extensive use of very large images. Choose a good host Some website hosts are slower than others, so ensuring your host is up to scratch is important. Of course our Cloud services are a great solution here! Use 301 Redirects if migrating If you're migrating from another community platform, your page URLs will change to reflect Invision Community's architecture. You can greatly improve SEO retention by using special redirects (known as 301 Redirects) to send users from your old URLs to the new. Search engines understand this method and will update their records. We include redirects in our free migration packages to help you retain your SEO standings after migrating to Invision Community. Write relevant content If your site targets a particular niche, you may see benefit in writing longer-form content as articles on a site blog. This kind of content ranks well and allows you to ensure keywords are used (versus content posted by members, which can be anything). You can also encourage further discussion of the article in the wider community, amplifying its benefit. For a site news page/blog, our Pages app can be used to build an articles section for this purpose. Use social media profiles to your benefit You should register social media profiles for your site on the popular platforms and make them a part of your presence. These sites rank very highly of course, and so if your social profiles can also rank highly for your name, they can be a good way of directing traffic to your site. Use the ‘About' section of the profile to write an interesting blurb about what your site offers. Create eye-catching header images and profile photos to use on the profiles too. Cross-link each social profile to the others (and back to your site, of course). Finally, link to your social profiles from your site too. Invision Community allows you to easily do this and insert icons in your header or footer. Beyond that, you can also use social media to your advantage by cross-linking some of your best content to it. We'll go into more detail on how best to leverage social media in a future article, but the new Promote functionality in Invision Community is a great way of achieving this. Summing Up As always, content is king when it comes to ranking, and that should be your most important focus. Fostering a vibrant community that creates and shares interesting content is key. You can then use SEO methods boosted by Invision Community features to expand your community's reach in search engines. If you have any SEO tips that have helped your site, we'd love to hear them. Share them in the comments below! View the full article
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  14. Rules Super Pack - FULL

    Get the complete Automation Rules family of products for a bargain price. This product bundle is being made available for the 2017 Holiday season. The sale price will be lowered to $39.99 on Black Friday. What's Included - $135 Value --------------------- Automation Rules - FULL - 1.4.2 $35 Value Commerce Rules Expansion - 1.0.2 $55 Value Calendar Rules Expansion - 1.0.2 $15 Value Forums Rules Expansion - 1.0.2 $15 Value Pages Rules Expansion - 1.0.1 $15 Value Bonus Content --------------------- Rules Starter Pack Rule Pack - Member Pip Ranks System Updates ---------------------- Once you have purchased this product, you will also be added as a purchaser of each of the individual products so that you can recieve all future updates per the terms of each product. Go to the Marketplace
  15. SkyBlueElite Theme

    Clean blue theme for IPB 4.2.x Includes Image Slider Slider required uploading images to folder on web site (not for IPS Hosting) or via the 'Manage Resources' area in admincp (IPS Hosting ok with this option) Themed for the following: Forum Blog Gallery Downloads Pages Clubs Commerce Calendar Leaderboard Please contact me if wish to view demo. Terms & Conditions: To be installed on one forum only, to install on more than one then you will need to purchase skin again (contact me for discounts for purchasing more than one skin). You are not allowed to re-sell the skin or make profit directly from the skin. You do not have the right to redistribute this skin set in any way. If you wish to purchase copyright removal then please contact me for more details Go to the Marketplace
  16. Podcasts

    This application will allow you to publish Podcasts from your Community! Features Include: Multiple Podcasts Onsite Listening via the jPlayer Audio Player - also completely skinnable per theme! Full Commenting and Review Support per Episode Full Clubs Support - allow your members to host their own Podcasts on your site! All standard Invision Community features for content (Pinned Episodes, Featured Episodes, Content Messages, Recommend Replies, Reactions, Tags, etc.) RSS Feeds so you can submit your Podcast to iTunes or any other Podcast feed reader! Go to the Marketplace
  17. Traduzione completa aggiornata alla versione 4.2.6 divisa in sezioni Core - Forum - Calendario GRATIS!!! Go to the Marketplace
  18. (DP42) Moderator Logs

    With this mod you can allow your members to view moderators logs on the front page. Various options: enable/disable, choose groups which will be able to see the logs, optional allow moderators access even if they won't in the allowed groups, live sorting, live searching. Go to the Marketplace
  19. Clubs Forums on Forums Index

    This plugin will display Clubs Topic features (forums in Clubs) on Forums (app) index. It will display only forums that the user can see. Setting: Clubs forums position Above regular forums Below regular forums Note: Be advised that this feature, based on feedback, MAY be included in 4.3, which will be released soon, according to IPS. Make sure you want to use it now; no refund will be provided if IPS adds this to IPS 4.3. Go to the Marketplace
  20. Full translation and public admin side dll'applicazione Sticky Notes 2.0.9 in Italian LINK APP Go to the Marketplace
  21. Invision Community 4.2.5 [PL]

    This is the Polish (pl-PL) translation file for IPS Community Suite 4 and contains translations for: System Forums Calendar Pages Gallery Commerce Downloads Blog Converter Front-end and back-end are fully translated. Translation is oriented towards quality, linguistic correctness and adequate syntax appropriate to the context. This translation is made by forum.invisionize.pl, the polish support site for Invision Community software. Go to the Marketplace
  22. TDB Hiding Posts

    TDB Hiding Posts Content moderation can become a chore for most forums. This plugin aims to take more of the work out of hiding content by making some of the more mundane tasks automated. With this Plug-in, administrators can allow various actions to be taken when hiding content. A new Moderator Topic can be created in a selected Forum, this Topic will contain various information who and why the original post was hidden by a moderator. Administrators can optionally have a customable Private Message send to the member of the Hidden content, explaining the reason why their content was hidden. Private Messages can be set as no-reply to give hot-head members time to cool down The hide form now has 4 different options for a moderator to use: Hide Reason: This has been changed to a select Option. This select box uses the ‘Warning Reasons’ via the members tab. This makes selecting a hide reason easier for moderators. Other Reason: Used as a custom Reason or to override the Hide Reason Selection. Member Note: This field will use ‘Default Note’ from the ‘Warning Reason’ options. Moderators can override the ‘Default note for member’ with their own custom reason. Moderator Note: This note will only be displayed to Administrators and Moderators, either within the hidden content or the Moderator Topic Post. Plugin Settings Member Message: The admin can change the Private Message content with a Custom one. Date Format: You can change the default date format from the IP Board one. Change to suit your time zone or needs. Send Private Message: Admins can select to send a Private Message when Content is hidden. Private Message Subject: Enter a Custom Private Message title when sending PM’s. Select Default Moderator: Use this option to use a Dummy Moderator for Hiding Content. The real Moderator Name will be obfuscated from the Member. This is used in the Private Message only. Allow Private Message Reply?: You can prevent members from replaying to Private Messages to your Moderators. This gives your members some cooling down time before they can find the Forums or Contact Us Form. Create Moderator Topic. Elect to create a new Topic in a designated Forum after Hiding Content. Moderator Topic Subject: Custom Subject for the Moderator Topic. The Hidden Content URL will be appended to this. Topic Forum: Select a forum where Moderator Topics will be created. Please Note: Only Forum Posts will have will have detailed information to who and why the post was hidden. Please see screenshots. Go to the Marketplace
  23. Snapy - Ips 4.2.x

    snapy Beautiful and Professional Design Color Schemes ... Resizable Header ... Social Media Advanced Footer Blocks Sticky Sidebar and... Demo Go to the Marketplace
  24. Invasion Theme

    Dark war type theme IPB 4.2.x with Team Icons Includes: PSD Files for logo and team icons dark theme for CKEditor Readme.txt file (includes installation instructions) Themed for the following: Forum Blog Gallery Downloads Pages Clubs Commerce Calendar Leaderboard Please contact me if wish to view demo. Terms & Conditions: To be installed on one forum only, to install on more than one then you will need to purchase skin again (contact me for discounts for purchasing more than one skin). You are not allowed to re-sell the skin or make profit directly from the skin. You do not have the right to redistribute this skin set in any way. If you wish to purchase copyright removal then please contact me for more details Go to the Marketplace
  25. Whether you run an existing community or are taking tentative first steps into setting up an online community forum around your brand, an important choice you need to make is between social networks like Facebook or having a community you own and control. Let's take a look at the benefits of an owned community versus a Facebook group - as well as how you can still use Facebook (and other social media platforms) to your advantage. With an owned community, the rewards of your hard work belong to you and your business alone. You own your data The biggest point to consider when using Facebook groups is that you do not own your own data. Facebook owns it and does not even allow you direct access to it. If you decide later to move to a different platform, need to run reports to extract meaningful insights, or otherwise work with your community data: you are out of luck. In contrast, with an Invision Community, your data is your data. You can use it in any way that makes sense for your goals; be it analyzing trends, sending promotions to users, or generating reports and statistics. We never hold your data hostage and there's no fee to get it. Beyond owning the data, you also control how it's used and presented. Facebook is notorious for changing algorithms for when (or even if) people see your posts. When you run your own community the experience for your and your users is in your control. Branding opportunities This is a big one. An owned community gives you the tools you need to make your community a seamless part of your user's interaction with your business. This naturally includes your brand styles (your logo, colors, site navigation and so on) but also your community web address (URL). With an owned community, your URL will be easy to find - customers normally opt for something like forum.yourname.com or community.yourname.com. Users will have more confidence that they're in the right place, and more closely associate your community and your message with your brand. Emails sent out by your owned community can also carry your branding, consistently reinforcing that connection between your business and your community. And, of course, when users share content from your community to Facebook and other social networks, they're sending users directly to your website where you have the opportunity to lead with your most important call to actions. More control over user experience All Facebook groups are, essentially, the same experience and yet your business needs almost certainly aren't the same as every other. One size doesn't necessarily fit all when it comes to community! When you control your own community, you have the ability to control your user's experience. Need to show specific types of data in specific places? You can do that (and more) with Invision Community's easy to use Blocks feature. Need to create a custom community application to serve as a resource center for product support? You can do that too. Another huge benefit of this control is that, unlike a Facebook Group, users won't be seeing ads and 'recommended content' from competing businesses and communities. With user attention being pulled in so many directions these days, the last thing your community needs is for users to leave because Facebook has suggested a competitor! No barriers to monetization Not all communities require a monetization strategy. In many cases, the community is part of a larger customer relationship strategy rather than a revenue-generating destination in its own right. But for those communities that do plan to monetize, options with a Facebook group are at best difficult to act upon, and at worst practically non-existent. In contrast, Invision Community gives you the opportunity to explore monetization strategies that work for you. These might include paid subscription plans (a particularly attractive option for fan club communities), traditional advertising through Google AdSense and other networks, or sponsorship deals with other businesses that might be relevant to your members. Invision Community has tools for each of these approaches built in, allowing you to start monetizing with minimum fuss. Fine-grained permission controls Facebook groups struggle to reflect the real-world roles that staff members play in your organization, limiting your choices to 'administrator' or 'moderator'. And the same is true of users, too - your options for recognizing different levels of user (such as VIPs, or brand ambassadors) are limited. Invision Community is different. Since you are creating and configuring each member group, you can precisely control who can see what, and how they are recognized within the community. You can even sync these roles via Single Sign-On (SSO) making setup and assigning users to groups painless. For staff groups, you can limit access to key community functions based on roles or responsibilities, ensuring access is granted on an as-needed basis only. For users, you can get creative and find a group structure that works best for your specific needs. For example, support communities often find that recognizing the most knowledgeable and helpful members with a new member group (complete with elevated permissions) is a great way of engaging users. And finally, with this control over access, it's very easy to create restricted areas of the community. Whether you want to create a private subforum that staff can use to coordinate tasks or a file repository that's only available to subscribers, Invision Community can achieve it. You can still reap the Facebook benefits Setting up your community within Facebook's walls might not be the best approach for you. That doesn't mean you should ignore Facebook, however. On the contrary, it's an influential platform and there's a very good chance your users are already using it. Invision Community offers a number of tools that allow you to benefit from Facebook while avoiding the drawbacks we discussed. We'll go into more detail on utilizing social media in a future article, but to summarize: Invision Community features social sign-in options, enabling users to register and log in using their existing social media accounts, substantially reducing onboarding friction. Content can promoted by staff back to your social network pages, automatically and on a schedule you decide. Invision Community supports automatic embedding of a wide number of social networks (and other services), allowing users to share their favorite Facebook and Twitter posts and spark a whole new conversation - but this time in your community. Summary When you are creating an online community for your business or hobby it is important to think about your goals and future growth by choosing a platform that is there to work for your needs. When you establish your community on Facebook, you're helping to grow someone else's business (including, potentially, your competitors!) and hoping that some of those spoils fall to you. With an owned community, the rewards of your hard work belong to you and your business alone. Invision Community has been enabling users and businesses to communicate online since 2002, and we're proud of our reputation as a platform that puts control in your hands. Contact us if you'd like to discuss how we can help you too. View the full article
  26. (DP42) Hide Messages Content

    Normally when user A send private conversation (new or reply in exists) to user B then B receive e-mail with the content of this written message by user A. This plugin will hide this content and force user B to login on board and read it directly there. Go to the Marketplace
  27. Block From Viewing My Topics

    This plugin will allow your members to block other members from viewing their topics with in the IPS FORUMS app Features This will add another tab in the users settings panel allowing them to choose members and block their chosen members from viewing their topics Pick what user groups can use this feature in the plugin settings Requirements IPS Forums 4.2 Go to the Marketplace
  28. This plugin will allow your members to block other members from downloading their files with in the IPS DOWNLOADS app Features This will add another tab in the users settings panel allowing them to choose members and block their chosen members from downloading their files Pick what user groups can use this feature in the plugin settings Requirements IPS Downloads 4.2 Go to the Marketplace
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