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Re: Help! Broken UBB Ruben 07/05/2022 2:32 PM
It means the file permissions are incorrect for that file.
You would follow the same directions for permissions in the install documents.
https://www.ubbcentral.com/doc_install.php

I would double check all the file folder permissions while you are at it if one is wrong there could be more.

BTW have a URL to that site?
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Re: Odd question on view source. Ruben 06/26/2022 8:09 PM
Wow.
That is exactly what is was.
They had turned on Minify HTML Page Output in the UBB CP.
Thanks
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Re: Google tag manager. question. isaac 06/25/2022 11:03 PM
Body Onload Event Attributes
This function will be put in the body onload event tag and must be valid JavaScript. Normally this is left blank. However, if you have a special case that requires this, you can specify it here.

Example:
Code
<body onload="myFunction()">
An explanation of the HTML onload event attribute can be found here
https://www.w3schools.com/jsref/event_onload.asp



Header Insert For All Pages
Use for meta tags, JavaScript, analytics code, etc. This will always be inserted in the <head> section.

Example Code:
Code
<meta name="robots" content="follow">
<meta name="keywords" content="forum,community">
<!-- ANALYTICS/ADS CODE - Global site tag -->
<script>...</script>
Description meta tags should be placed within the section below.



Header Insert When Not Displaying a Topic
This will be the default description used for any page that is not a topic.

Example Code:
Code
<meta name="description" content="Our members enjoy discussing things. Come see what all the talk is about.">
For SEO purposes, topic pages automatically generate their own description meta tags.



Default Header
This is shown at the top of every page. It is displayed when the <body> element begins. HTML and PHP allowed.

Example Code:
Code
<!-- HEADER START -->
<img src="https://www.example.com/images/logo.png" alt="Example Name" title="Our Slogan">
<!-- HEADER END -->
<!-- AD BANNER CODE FOR HEADER -->



Default Footer
This is shown at the bottom of every page. It is displayed just before the closing </body> element. HTML and PHP allowed.

Example Code:
Code
<!-- AD BANNER CODE FOR FOOTER -->
<!-- FOOTER START -->
<center>Copyright by Example Website Name</center>
<!-- FOOTER END --> 
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Re: May I steal your code? Baldeagle 06/23/2022 8:02 PM
Thank you.
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Re: Possible bug? Baldeagle 06/20/2022 9:06 PM
I set this server up (we're on dedicated hosting), and I don't believe I configured any cache on the server, but I'll check. I only run apache. Don't want to learn yet another app.
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Thank you, developers Baldeagle 06/18/2022 6:39 PM
I wanted to take a moment to thank the developers of UBBThreads. We just changed hosting companies, and I took advantage of the move to upgrade from 7.4 to 7.5. I wanted to thank the developers for adding a feature which, while I didn't realize it was needed, makes a huge difference.

We moderate new member accounts until they have posted four times. Each post has to be read (by me) to see if it should or should not be approved. (It helps keep spammers off our board.) In version 7.5, you added a feature that previews the post right in Control Panel. So now, I only have to go to Control Panel/Posts Awaiting Approval and I can read part of the post and approve it without taking the extra step of actually opening the post and reading it in a separate window.

It's a little thing, perhaps, but it shows that the developers are thinking about making things easier for admins.

IOW, it's proof of the quality of their work.

Thank you.
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Re: Strange Show PDF behavior Baldeagle 06/09/2022 5:56 AM
In case anyone reads this in the future, I had the url of the directory set to /ubbthreads/uploads/attachments, but the physical location of the files was in /var/ubbthreads/uploads. I had to create an Alias directive in the apache conf file to tell the server what the url should be. Then I had to create a directory config with the correct permissions so that the files could be displayed.

All of this was caused by my moving the directory from uploads/attachments under DocumentRoot to /var/ubbthreads/uploads for space reasons but not thinking through that the server needed to be told where that directory was now and had to have the correct permissions in order for it to work.

IOW, an ID10T problem.

It works fine now.
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