Ryan Ashbrook

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  • Birthday 03/16/1988

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    Forums and Music. That's basically it.

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  1. [4.1.15] Payments via Stripe may fail

    An issue has been identified in IPS Community Suite where processing payments via Stripe may fail with the following error: To fix, upload the contents of the attached zip file to your site. stripe patch.zip
  2. Should be fixed now.
  3. We recommend either PHP 5.6 or PHP 7 - with a minimum of PHP 5.6 as of 4.1.15. IPB 3.x should run normally under any PHP 5.x version, however will not under PHP7.
  4. Yes - we support converting passwords from vBulletin 5. It does get a bit tricky, though, as they changed the way passwords were stored during the 5.x series. If there is any instance where a password does not work, then please do submit a support request and we will take a look at that for you. No, we do not support a concept of "post comments" however, what we do in this instance, is simply convert those comments as normal posts, with the original quoted within the post content (such as what you see now, with my post - the original will be in a quote box at the top of the post, with the comment content after).
  5. It just shows to everyone - included me.
  6. Yes, it's per page.
  7. There's a bit more to it than that.
  8. As of IPS4, the monthly folders are named monthly_YYYY_MM. Older folders from 3.x, however, will remain in their current naming convention so as to not break references to them that may be outside of our control.
  9. Hi, To go down your list: Yes, it can handle 2,500 posts - the conversion works using a "cycled" approach in that it will only process a few each time, until it completes. I do not foresee any issue with 2,500 posts. As above, it should not - if it does, I would definitely recommend contacting me via a support request in the Client Area and I'll take a look at why. All post content will be converted as-is. Unfortunately, due to the way posts in WordPress work (they are simply raw HTML), it is a bit difficult to fully update them to be 100% compatible with the suite, so some adjustments may need to be made afterwards. Yes, Media in WordPress will be converted to the Media system in Pages. The way the process works is that the system will first look for an existing user with the same email address - if a user exists in this condition, then the two accounts are "merged" and all previous content will be associated with the already existed account. If the email address does not match, but the username does, then the account are not merged, and the source account is added normally, with the exception that the username will be adjusted to add a timestamp on to the end of it.
  10. Glad I could help.
  11. Yes. https://invisionpower.com/4guides/how-to-use-ips-community-suite/converting-from-other-platforms/
  12. Yes, all of those are included, with exception to Ban Filters, Moderators, and Custom BBCode. For Ban Filters and Moderators - I would actually call these an oversight, and will look at adding them in a future update. For Custom BBCode, this becomes difficult due to the differences between the way IPS4 handles formatting, and the way vBulletin does.
  13. The list for 4.x applies to 3.x
  14. It already supports it.
  15. This was for the converters, specifically.