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Question: Give moderators more access
Answer: provided by Yankidank 373 days ago
- 2 + I'll take your suggestion into consideration as a future update. Right now the moderator system is rather basic and could be improved pretty easily. I was hoping to put it off work related to this until we have a chance to expand user levels and allow for custom permissions.
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Question: Rename Groups
Answer: provided by Yankidank 382 days ago
- 0 + There is no simple way to completely rename the groups URL (at least not yet). You could try renaming the file from groups.php to hotspots.php and then customize all links pointing to the old groups.php page so that they direct to the new location. Simply renaming that one file though may not be enough, as other files may rely on it being named "groups.php".

I am hoping to add some new options to Pligg down the road to allow users to better define their SEO URLs, so it may be possible in the future if you are using URL Method 2 (requiring htaccess rewrites).
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Question: I bought Pligg teir 3 with moudle
Answer: provided by Yankidank 382 days ago
- 1 + I've credited your account with the Twitter, Tweet, Facebook, and Ticket modules. Sometimes users need to have a billing address listed to be granted download permissions, so please make sure that you have provided us with a billing address which you can fill in here: https://pligg.com/account/edit-address/?address=billing.
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Question: Custom User-how to create?
Answer: provided by Yankidank 382 days ago
- 2 + I should point out first that what you want would probably be done around 'user levels'. Pligg uses user levels to determine basic permissions for the 4 default user groups: 'Admin', 'Moderator', 'Normal', and 'Spammer'. The Admin role can do everything, include changing site configuration values. The Moderator class should be limited to managing content (users, stories, groups, comments). Normal users are your everyday Joe, able to submit stories, comments, and groups. Finally Spammers are those who have been banned from the site for submitting spam content.

Unfortunately Pligg's user level system isn't quite set up to work how you imagine out of the box. In fact, you would need to do a bit of coding to create new user levels and then set special permissions for each of your features. This is a feature that I would love to add to Pligg CMS, but it would take a considerable amount of development to make it happen. As they say, "time is money", which is why this non-essential feature hasn't yet made its way to Pligg CMS.
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Question: Heppy theme no work
Answer: provided by Yankidank 382 days ago
- 1 + Please contact the developer responsible for that product: http://imandy.ie/.

You may also get his attention by leaving a comment on the product page: http://pligg.com/downloads/template/heppy-template/
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Question: anonymous comments
Answer: provided by Yankidank 395 days ago
- 1 + Could you please give us a more detailed report of the error? Either provide a screenshot of the problem and error message, or provide a much longer description.
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Question: anonymous comments
Answer: provided by Yankidank 394 days ago
- 1 + I've applied that change to the development version so that the next update will have this fix.
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Question: Error Log Question
Answer: provided by Yankidank 395 days ago
- 2 + So you are saying that there is a table in your database called "table_additional_categories"? If so, is 'table_' your chosen prefix for all of the Pligg tables? If not and everything else appears as 'pligg_' (the default prefix), then perhaps renaming the table to 'pligg_additional_categories' might fix your initial problem.

What version of Pligg CMS did you upgrade from?
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Question: I am getting error "NO DICE"
Answer: provided by Yankidank 399 days ago
- 2 + That doesn't sound like a Pligg CMS error. In fact, the prase 'no dice' doesn't appear anywhere in Pligg's default source code so this is most likely a server error or some script other than Pligg CMS.
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Question: I am getting error "NO DICE"
Answer: provided by Yankidank 399 days ago
- 0 + I believe that it is possible, though I haven't been able to verify and test on them for a very long time (a few years). They are not the most reliable host for Pligg due to the nature of it being a shared host, plus their default settings often cause conflicts with major scripts.

I know that others have been able to get Pligg to work with Godaddy, but I can't reference anything specific without spending a while Googling the Pligg 1.x forums (forums.pligg.com).