From my point of view, there should be at least two super admin so you will have a way to recover if something bad happen to the one super admin otherwise you might get lock out and can't recover.
It is trivially simple to recov…
It's not safe to do that. It's being forcibly enabled for a reason.
You'd need to make a plugin that sets the setting to FALSE in memory - SaveToConfig('Garden.Html.SafeStyles', false, false); - to accomplish this, but I strongly recommend against …
You need the MySQL-specific username and password. Your general login for your hosting account probably isn't the same thing. Check the configuration files of your Vanilla 1 install to see if there is a different user/pass combo there.
I'd start with a search of the database for discussions with the corresponding CategoryID.
select * from GDN_Discussion where CategoryID= 1 where 1 is the CategoryID. You can get this by looking at the URL when editing the category in the Dashboard…
As a general rule, with our current data structure and constraints, I do not recommend a setup involving more than ~200 categories. This is above and beyond the ordering issue that @hgtonight notes. At high scale, you will start to notice a performa…
@divorcetheworld Because we no longer actively use the library. It is included purely for backwards compatibility with older installs.
//edit: I'm speaking of our most-recent codebase; I'm less clear if it's still in use in 2.1. It will be a moot p…
IIRC, it is based on PSR with a few style changes.
Yes, it's PSR-2 with the Lord Brackos exception ("same line opening braces" - which, as far as I've seen, is the norm amongst PHP projects anyway. We made up the name, not t…
The pre-2.2 plugin shuffle is done.
First time open source:
Now in a public repo (already in directory):
It would be great if there was a code beautifier for Vanilla , then you just enter your crappy looking code and it is fixed automatically .
You can use PhpStorm to automatically fix some of your code formatting via our edi…
Btw have you considered doing what phpBB does, which run a set basic requirement test before an extension can be uploaded?
I wasn't aware of that program. Sounds like a nice front-line check.
Just general, mostly for folks who haven't done them before or who are interested in coding feedback. I don't really wanna be the gatekeeper of official approvals; I don't think I have the time or energy for that.