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SCANU's Guest Warn - Elegant Floating Message for your guests [vb5]
by Scanu
28 Jul 2014 16:03

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Description
This modification shows an elegant warn for all guests of your forum with the possibility to add a close button, it's a conversion of this mybb add-on. For all the features or the mod version history click here Look at the screenshots for more!

Installation

Upload the product via admincp and go in Settings->Guest Warn Settings to customize the close option etc.. Then search in stylevars for GuestWarn to customize the style.
To update just redownload and reupload the file, make sure that overwriting is set to Yes

Demo

Online demo: http://scanu.altervista.org/forum.php

Translations
No translations yet, please post yours so everyone can use it

PLEASE NOMINATE THIS MOD FOR MOTM AND CLICK MARK AS INSTALLED

Please donate to support my free works :)

If you like this mod see this other elegant mod for your forum: click here

To get support:
  1. Mark this mod as Installed
  2. Copy/Pasted errors or screenshots
  3. URL/link to site


Many thanks to my brother: Clear (Darkness95) who allowed me to convert his plugin and using his style. Please if there are errors in the phrases let me know.
To the coders: This mod use javascript and css but i don't want to write them in other files because i like that the mod is easy to install so you have not to upload files, the image too are situated in online server so you don't have to download and re-upload in your server. That's all

Scanu 28 Jul 2014 16:04

Version History
- 1.0
- First release on mybb.com

- 2.0
- Plugin fixed
- You can change the text of the guest warn.
- You can set the height for the position of the warn in forum.
- You can set the width for the position of the warn in forum.
- Warn in all page of the forum when you aren't logged in .
- Most stable version.

- 2.5
- First release on vbulletin.org
- You can choose the opacity from the admincp

- 2.6
- You can choose if the warn is closable
- You can choose if the warn wont reappears when a guest reload the page or it will

- 2.7
- You can choose the image for the "close" button
- You can choose the color of the warn
- You can choose the color of the text
- Added the phrase for "Close this warn"
- You can choose how many days the warn will be re-appears if a user close it
- Warn in all the pages (including the CMS)
- CSS Settings and Config Settings are now separated

- 2.8 Now you wont see the warn in the register page

- 2.8.5 Fixed some bugs and re-written the warn without grammatical errors (many thanks to OldSchoolDSL) :)

- 2.8.5 11/21/11 Just changed the version in the xml file

- 2.9.1
- Re-written the mod
- Now there isn't chaotic code and the the code is shorter and clearer
- The mod now uses a better way to edit templates
- Added the fadeOut JQuery effect, now it looks more elegant

- 2.9.2 Cached templates

- 3.0
- Improved javascript code
- Hidden to spiders
- Hidden in the login page
- Fixed templates group name
- Fixed some phrases
- Added the possibility to add a second message like "Thank you you take a good choice :) You're being redirected to the register page in n seconds"
- Now the warn's message is a phrase, not an option (for multi-languages forum)

- 3.1
- Updated for vBulletin 5!
- Style settings are now stylevars
- Corrected grammatical errors of the message (thanks to Mark for his help)
- Less file's weight
- Fixed some errors in the phrases
- Removed anti-spam plugin that was spamming on install lol (I'm sorry for that)

- Work in progress: 3.1.1
- I'm working on a cool Parallax Scrolling effect on the warn which will surprise guests and attire their attention!
- Warn draggable around the page
- I'm looking for new feature request you can request your feature responding to this thread

Scanu 28 Jul 2014 16:05

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Scanu 28 Jul 2014 16:05

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Rose1 04 Sep 2014 07:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by Scanu (Post 2508680)
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doesn't work in vBulletin 5.1.2

can't edit the message and when i try to click on the register link, nothing pops up

Scanu 04 Sep 2014 14:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rose1 (Post 2513719)
doesn't work in vBulletin 5.1.2

can't edit the message and when i try to click on the register link, nothing pops up

You can send me a link of your forum with the mod on so I can see what's going on, or you can simply disable the option "Do you want to show a "thank you" message.... ?" to fix the problem

You can edit the message in the phrases

rohit_123 15 Jan 2016 11:12

Doesn't work on 5.1.10. http://forum.miui.co.in

josueinaki 18 Jan 2016 03:48

does work to me, warn dont appear...all actived in hooks

caf20012 19 Jan 2016 14:47

Works on Vbulletin 5.1.10

Good work and thanks for the contribution. Hard to find things on here for vb5.1.x that encourage people to register.

rohit_123 20 Jan 2016 18:07

Working now on 5.1.10, Don't know what went wrong previously.

DemOnstar 27 Jan 2016 13:16

The 'click here' link doesn't appear to be working on 5.2.0. Default style.
Is that a js issue?

josueinaki 27 Jan 2016 14:10

how i can edit message?

DemOnstar 27 Jan 2016 18:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by josueinaki (Post 2563562)
how i can edit message?

Which message?
Everything is in phrases. . .

Scanu 27 Jan 2016 19:06

Quote:

Originally Posted by DemOnstar (Post 2563559)
The 'click here' link doesn't appear to be working on 5.2.0. Default style.
Is that a js issue?

Yes probably, you can try disabling the second option in the plugin' settings page

DemOnstar 27 Jan 2016 21:27

Quote:

Originally Posted by Scanu (Post 2563586)
Yes probably, you can try disabling the second option in the plugin' settings page

I got round it by adding a hard link in the phrases area but you were right.
Turning off the second option does the job. Shame really though, I quite liked the countdown idea.

Thanks for your effort. . .


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