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Sep 02 2012 04:27 PM | spacedvest in News
Hello, the summer slipped away from me, sorry I haven't been around. After doing yet another upgrade to the forum software, I did get the 2012 football pools going if anyone is interested. As usual, there are two pools, one for pick 'em and one for survivor. If you are interested in either one, just let me know. As of this posting we already have 30 people in each one already. The entrance fee is only $10.
Will Apple Pi continue his dominance? Or will nomorecrackpipes reclaim his throne?
The first game of the season is this Wednesday. Also, unlike previous years, there will be football games almost every Thursday, so don't forget to get your picks in!
Mar 12 2012 07:05 AM | spacedvest in News
We haven't done this before on BRY, but this year I wanted to started the tradition of having a custom NCAA Bracket pool hosted here. If you have ever played or seen one of our NFL football pools, it will be similar, where you can complete your bracket and see your results in real time as the tournament progresses.
Each bracket you would like to have is $10. Each member can have more than one bracket. There will be a 1st (70% of all collected monies), 2nd (20%), and 3rd place (10%) winner.
With all of the work overhauling the website, I'm behind on the BRY NCAA Bracket Pool, but I will have the page up tomorrow where you can make your bracket. So after paying, please come back sometime late Tuesday 3/13 to make your bracket selections.
The registration system is now open so if you also have some friends that you want to participate, just ask them to come here and first register an account,
EDIT: If you want to participate, send me a message and I will let you know you can pay.
If you have any questions, just post a comment below. Good luck and thanks for playing.
Mar 15 2010 06:00 PM | spacedvest in Forum Integration
Beginning with IP.Content 2.0, you can now promote forum posts to your articles section in IP.Content.
The administrator can configure the specifics of this feature in the ACP under My Apps -> IP.Content -> Promote Article Settings. You can turn the system on and off, control which groups can copy and move posts to the articles section, and specify a few other details for the feature. A new hook is included with IP.Content which adds a button to each post labeled "Promote to Article". This button only shows up if you have permission to use the feature based on the ACP configuration.
When clicked, the button will take you to a new form where you can formalize the details of the new article. You can tweak the text and title, upload an image, and specify other pertinent details. If you are able to both move and copy posts to the articles section, you will also be asked which type of promotion you wish to use. Upon submitting the form, IP.Content handles the rest.
This new feature can be used to showcase important content otherwise hidden in your forums by pushing this content to your frontpage. It is then up to you whether you want a copy made in the articles section (leaving the original post in tact), whether you want to actually move the post to the articles section, and whether you want any cross-linking left in place. With such powerful options, we are sure you will find many uses for this new promotion tool in IP.Content 2.0.
Mar 16 2010 06:00 PM | spacedvest in Frontpage
IP.Content 2.0 uses the term "frontpage" to refer to both the homepage of the Articles module, and the landing page of each individual category. We have introduced this new navigational structure to better allow you to showcase content, while presenting it in a standardized format that your users will be able to understand and jump into without assistance.
Firstly, you will now be able to define "frontpage" templates in the ACP for the Articles module. IP.Content 2.0 will ship with 3 defaults:
- 1x2x2 Layout
This layout will display articles in a traditional "news" style layout.
- Blog format
This format will display articles in a blog-style format.
- Single column
This layout will force articles to display in a single column, one per row.
You can use one or more of these frontpage layouts, or you can create your own. Experiment with displaying articles in different formats on your homepage to determine which layout your users like best.
Articles must be set to "Show on front page" in order for them to display on the homepage frontpage.
In addition to the homepage frontpage, each category has it's own frontpage. The category frontpage functions identically to the homepage frontpage, except for two important factors:
- Only records from within that category (and it's subcategories) will be displayed
- The "Show on front page" setting is not honored for the category frontpage
You will be able to easily review and manage the articles set to display on the frontpage from a new section of the ACP labeled "Frontpage Manager". We feel that this new area of the articles section will help showcase important articles and increase user interaction with your articles section.
Mar 16 2010 06:00 PM | spacedvest in Forum Integration
With IP.Content 2.0, articles and custom databases can now mirror a topic to the forums when a new article or database record is submitted. In doing so, IP.Content can also utilize that automatically-generated topic as the comment "storage" for the article or record. When a comment is submitted to the article, the comment is actually stored as a reply to the topic. Similarly, replies made directly to the topic in the forum also show up as comments for the record.
This new functionality can be enabled at a per-database and per-category level. You can specify separate forums for each category in your article section, for instance, or you can turn off forum commenting for a specific category, while enabling it for all others.
A few additional configuration options, such as allowing you to automatically remove the topic when the record is removed, and specifying a prefix and/or suffix for the topic title so that your users can more easily identify that such topics were stemmed from the articles section help round out the feature, giving you better control over how these automatically posted topics are handled.
These new forum cross-posting capabilities allow the administrator to better tie in articles with the forums, giving you better opportunities to expose your content to a wider audience. Additionally, forum management of comments provides for easier maintenance and stronger managerial options of the comments, utilizing IP.Board's powerful, proven feature set.