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  • voyger
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    thanks for the kindle replay i will have a look in to it

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by voyger View Post
    thanks all for your kindle replay

    what i would have like is Member active in the past 24 on line,on vb4 there was a mod to show "user active in the past 24"
    hope on near future will be implemented or somebody will do a mod

    regards
    Glenn has one on https://vbmods.rocks but I believe it is a paid add-on.

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  • voyger
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    thanks all for your kindle replay

    what i would have like is Member active in the past 24 on line,on vb4 there was a mod to show "user active in the past 24"
    hope on near future will be implemented or somebody will do a mod

    regards

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  • Glenn Vergara
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    If you want to expose the visitors in the last x hours as a module on a page, then you'd need a custom module for that. There's no existing last visitors module at this time. Only admins can see them in AdminCP.

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by voyger View Post
    thankyou joe the forum is closed as i am testing some functionality,got what you mean though thanks for that


    got another question how can i set the forum "user on line the last 24 hour" ?

    thanks
    That's not something you set, it's counted by the system.

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  • voyger
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    thankyou joe the forum is closed as i am testing some functionality,got what you mean though thanks for that


    got another question how can i set the forum "user on line the last 24 hour" ?

    thanks

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  • BirdOPrey5
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    If you mean the forum is closed from the setting to open or close your vBulletin forum in Admin CP -> Settings -> Options -> Turn your vBulletin Forum On or Off than the answer is you cannot. Only Administrators can access closed forums. They either need to be an Administrator or they cannot access the site.

    Instead of closing the forum via the setting you may prefer to put a directory password in place (usually done via an .htaccess file in Apache) which you could give a username/password to the user(s) you want to have access to the site and everyone else gets a no permission error. This is commonly used for sites under construction and there are many tutorials out there for setting up an "htaccess password." If your host has cPanel there is a web interface to do this usually called "Directory Privacy."

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  • In Omnibus
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    I might be misunderstanding this but if you're wanting a member to see the entire forum while it's closed they need to be an administrator. They could be an administrator with no permissions.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    1) You have to put the user into a usergroup that has the required permissions to see the closed forum.

    2) Make sure that you're using the URL entered into the AdminCP. http://www.XXXXX.YYY is different than http://XXXXX.YYY which is different than if you use https. You need to make sure people are redirected to the URL you have specified before they log in.

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  • voyger
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    special permission to member?

    hi good people

    can someone can gives a tip how can give permission to a member to see the forum wile the forum is closed without give more permission?

    got another problem when enter to the forum I don't see i am on line I have to refresh the page again to see myself on line can this be solved?

    thankyou for any kindle replay

    regards
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