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As none off the Cheetahwsb members answered this question, I've decided to try a less demanding approach. Unfortunately I'm not sure if Cheetah can handle my request and I wouldn't know how to do most of the setup even if it did. Deano, maybe you can help me here? What I'd like to do is this: 1. A person signs up but only has certain privileges such as updating their profile, uploading photos and viewing other profiles. 2. These limited  privileges would remain in place until
60d ago
I currently run two sites. I closed the third one down a few weeks ago. You're correct, I do run 1.3.0 and most of the Github updates up until 4 months ago.  I pick the eyes out of the updates, but the forum one does interest me. I now know why the forum is so quiet. One Boonex member moved over a few weeks ago, but I'm not sure he's tried Cheetah yet. It's so difficult to get people interested.
66d ago
Actually you have several database changes. Keep in mind you installed your site from a version from github which is somewhere in between the last official release and whats currently there. So there are many database changes from the actual last official release.I could do a simple update method as you suggest. Based on my license server hits for license checks, there are only 4 people using cheetah. And includes you and me. So there are actually only 2 others still using it.PHP
66d ago
I hear you. I've made hundreds of changes to my site., but most are in the template areas. However, I have made a few changes to the core, but none have involved updating the database to my knowledge. Most are just cosmetic enhancements. I tried keeping a record of the core changes, but they got out of hand. Before I replace a core file from Github, I compare it with the file on my site. So far I've been lucky and the changes are minimal. I am concerned about an upgrade, especially t
66d ago
The only way to do it is to locate the code changes in github and apply them. And yes, a database change is needed too.But this method of doing updates is what is preventing the supplied update script from working which is the reason i have not yet released a update because i know it will not work on your site without producing database errors. There are other possible sites that GeekGirl had patched in a similar way that also may have problems.Thats the reason i am tr
66d ago
I put this one up as a suggestion several months ago:   
66d ago
To emphasize a need for the search box to be isolated on the Visitor page, the visitors search box on my member's only site still allows a person to see stuff. For example, by entering admin as a search term, a person can see links to any member who has used that term in their posts. If the visitor clicks on my name, the sites says restricted entry, but! Every module (or block?) that hasn't been tagged Members only will appear in the sub menu and all, or part of that that module is freely accessib
70d ago
Nothing special really. This is Uni, but I'm happy with the way other templates deal with the Uni layout: Image 1: As a visitor to the site would see it. No Search, No Login or Join. I have a login and join link elsewhere. Image 2: Logged in.  (I'm happy with the way it currently appears)
70d ago
I can sort out the centering issue. It's just a matter of replacing the search box with a empty div to take the space so the logo don't shift.Perhaps a screen mockup image of what you want in the header would help me better understand you need. It may be best just to design a new header section in the sub_header.php template file which would eliminate any need for changes to the source code.
70d ago
Thanks Deano. I agree that the injection isn't perfect. Isolating the search box using if(!isMember()) return; pushes the logo a bit to the left. (Maybe 100 pixels). Isolating genSiteServiceMenu() in the same file immediately forces the logo to the left.
70d ago