• Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


ehren. last won the day on August 14 2016

ehren. had the most liked content!

About ehren.

  • Rank
  • Birthday March 3

IPS Marketplace

  • Resources Contributor
    Total file submissions: 27

Recent Profile Visitors

51,769 profile views
  1. The same issue has appeared in 4.1.18 with the two factor authentication. A customer sent this to me yesterday: A white background was hard-coded into #elTwoFactorAuthentication > div. Using {theme="area_background_reset"} instead of #fff is a far more elegant solution. For future updates like this, please make use of the existing colour palette. There's no point having so many theme settings if they're ignored completely. Hex codes shouldn't even exist in the css at all to be entirely honest.
  2. The theme has a few blocks of text which are in English. If you need help translating these to Russain, I'll be able to direct you to the correct template files. The theme is compatible with Both the light and dark themes can be viewed on my demo board. I do not have any links readily available for other sites.
  3. Hello, The theme was intended to be a light (white-ish) theme. But yes, there are colour settings which allow you to change the background colour if you wish If you're interested in a darker version, I'd suggest going with Chameleon Dark.
  4. Hello, After continued use with the theme system, I figured I'd post some of my feedback here. --- The 4.x theme system currently has 58 colour theme settings, which may seem great for customization at first, but it can quickly become a burden when trying to create a consistent colour scheme since so many colours need adjusting. An ideal theme system would include maybe 4-5 primary and secondary colours with different shades. Those colour settings would then be used throughout the suite by all elements, instead of having individual settings for the most basic elements (when's the last time someone modified the Rating "hover" star value for example)? I understand this feedback will not be implemented into 4.1 or 4.2 due to the extensive nature, however a simplified theme system would make customization infinitely more efficient compared to the current system since you'd be able to adjust the entire colour scheme by modifying only a few values. --- Secondly, countless areas of the css code fail to utilize the theme settings. The introduction of the leader boards is a perfect example of this. Upon upgrading to .17, I realised the hex colours were hard-coded into the css, which means it's necessary to modify the css if you want to adjust the leader boards. This means that every dark theme is not naturally compatible with the leader boards due to code like this (from leaderboards.css): .cPastLeaders_title span { background: #fff; /* ... */ } .cPastLeaders_cell { background: #f5f5f5; /* ... */ } --- If there ever comes a time where the theme system undergoes a redesign, I'd be very interested in offering assistance to make sure it's the best on the market.
  5. WebP is only natively supported in Chrome and Opera, so I don't imagine this would be very high on any softwares to-do list.
  6. @Dylan Riggs @Mark Round As long as @ucjohn has purchased my theme, plus copyright removal, he's welcome to modify it as much as he likes. It most definitely uses an ipsfocus theme as a base since there are a bunch of .ipsfocus classes in the code - but it's modified enough to look very different. I don't have any copyright orders from you ucjohn and I'm unable to access my marketplace orders right now, but if you can PM me to confirm that you've purchased both, then I don't have a problem with it
  7. Version 4.1.18


    Titan for IPS.Suite 4.x Titan is the ultimate gaming theme, based upon a large wallpaper image which is blurred behind textured navigation and category bars. Easily upload your own image via the theme settings to completely change the colour scheme, or let your members choose from a predefined selection! Theme features Theme Settings Easily enable, disable or modify theme features such as background images, logos, social media links, guest messages and colors. This makes modifications and upgrades very simple since little code changes are required. Unique navigation design Titan features a unique navigation design, utilising an animated effect on-hover. Blurred headers The navigation bar and category headers inherit a blurred version of your background image. Compatible with all modern browsers, except IE. Social links Social links can be enabled/disabled and customized to your own URL, allowing you to easily link to your social network pages (facebook, twitter, etc) Background picker Your members can choose their own background image (or color) from a predefined selection and their choice is saved via cookies. This feature can be configured and disabled if necessary within the theme settings. Background settings Restrict the background picker to certain groups such as registered members or VIP's. Or remove the picker entirely from mobiles to save bandwidth on the go. All within the settings! Global message Display a message across the top of your site with important announcements. Once your members have seen the message, they can press the Dismiss button to remove it (until you configure a new one). Guest message A customizable message can be shown to guests, prompting them to either register or login to your forum. Two designs, "billboard" and "alert" (shown) are available. HTML logo with slogan Easily add/edit your text logo and slogan from within the theme settings. If required, the text can be replaced by an image instead. Mega Footer A mega footer with configurable column numbers and content can be enabled and customized all within the theme settings. Demo // Detailed list of features


  8. The "Inspect Element" feature which is available in your web browser will show you what classes are being applied. Just right click on an element, choose the Inspect option, and play around with the tools.
  9. I've replied to your PM.
  10. I'm aware the Billing Agreements are the recurring payments, yeah - but I needed to find the actual transaction id for the individual payments in each recurring payment. I've had this feature custom-coded for my site, so all fixed.
  11. Hello, I've recently upgraded from Nexus to Commerce and have noticed a few areas requiring improvement, in the ACP. ------- With Nexus in 3.x, the Paypal transaction ID was displayed for each payment - which made it very easy to find the customer on Paypal (sometimes they use different email addresses compared to my site, so an email search isn't possible). With Commerce in 4.x, the Paypal transaction ID is no longer shown for billing agreements. An example of this is below. I need to find this transaction on Paypal, but the only way to do this is to search for transactions from June 22 on the Paypal site, and check each payment until I find the right one. The billing agreement ID cannot be used in Paypal's search feature, but transaction ID's can. The payment on the Paypal site does have a transaction ID (like all payments), but it isn't displayed in my ACP. ------- Additionally, it would be very helpful if the search feature was more powerful with Commerce. Every 3 months for tax reasons, I need to search for Australian customers who have purchased from my site, and then find their transactions on Paypal. At the moment, the only way to do this with Commerce (as far as I know) is to: find approved transactions from April 1 - June 30, which produces 30+ pages of orders in the ACP. I then need to scroll through all of those pages, clicking on every purchase, then checking the customers country to see if it's Australia. The search feature needs to be severely improved, allowing us to narrow down results such as: find approved transactions from April 1 - June 30 from customers in Australia. The current method is beyond primitive, turning what should be a relatively quick task into an hour, if not longer. While these features may not apply to a large group of admins, I feel as though they're significant enough and would greatly assist any admins who manage large numbers of customers.
  12. Hello!

    Your skin came out with errors, you can not send any messages because you can not write. What do I do?

    Uniform 4.x //ipsfocus   ----------> error!

  13. Last week, I upgraded my site (including Commerce) from 3.4.9 to 4.1.x. After the upgrade, numerous customers of mine had either: lost access to their purchased products, been demoted from 'Customers' to 'Members', been placed into the approval queue, or had lost their account entirely. After sending a critical ticket to the support team, it was promptly escalated by @Lindy and a custom script was created by @Ryan Ashbrook which was used to fix the corrupt data. Despite the severity of the issue, there was minimal impact to my site and the issue was successfully resolved last night. Whenever issues arise on my site, I need them resolved as soon as possible since a majority of my members are paying customers. The Invision support team were very responsive with their replies, so on behalf of myself and my customers - thanks for the great support, it's very much appreciated!
  14. Since the style is used more than once on a page, you should be using classes instead of id's. HTML: <span class='platinum-donor'> </span> CSS: .platinum-donor { color: #9393F0; background: url('xxx.gif') repeat; }
  15. Off topic, but colour coordinated app groups - wow!