Last Updated on Saturday, 27 April 2013 09:26 Written by Steve Jarvis Tuesday, 30 April 2013 12:00
One of ocPortal’s core features is the forum. While forum usage might be on the wane in some areas due to the prevalence of Social Media, forums are and continue to be a key feature within ocPortal, and a large part of many online communities.
ocPortal forums include many of the common forum features found within other well-known forum systems such as PHPbb, SMF and VB forums. Like most forums, ocPortal forums utilise a tree structure. A huge benefit of ocPortal’s forum is the complete integrated nature of the forum and the main website software.Learn More
Last Updated on Monday, 21 January 2013 02:23 Written by Mscott Wednesday, 30 January 2013 12:00
Hello and welcome! In today’s blog, I will show you how to use the included Forum module to your Dolphin 7.1 website. Before we begin, we need to install the forum module. A step by step guide on installing the Dolphin 7.1 base modules can be found here.
The forum in Dolphin 7.1 is moderated from the user side of the website and not from the admin. To begin the configuration click “Manage Forum” on the “Forum” tab that should now be on the main menu bar.Learn More
Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 October 2012 06:04 Written by Rodolfo Hernandez Saturday, 3 November 2012 12:00
The Groups plugin is a nice elgg feature that comes with elgg by default. However there has been a need of having groups inside of the groups (sub groups) to make the groups plugin behave like a forum. In this article I will give you a step by step guide on how to create sub groups in elgg 1.8
1. Download the community plugin “AU Subgroups for Elgg 1.8”
2. After downloading the plugin, upload the plugin to the mod folder. If you don’t know how to do that, please read this article
3. Login on your Elgg network as an Administration and go to the Administration Dashboard:Learn More
Last Updated on Monday, 4 June 2012 04:17 Written by Arian Jahansouz Friday, 25 May 2012 12:00
Providing fast and easy technical support is something that we strive for and pride ourselves on at Arvixe. Getting good technical support as fast as possible is something that everyone wants, because not being able to send emails or having down time can really hurt your website! To get the best technical support possible, please follow these easy steps:
The more information you are able to provide, the faster our technicians can identify and correct the issue. If possible, try to determine as many of the following:
What were you doing when you received this error?
What program produced the error?
What version of the program are you running?
Are you using a Linux or Windows based hosting account?
If you receive an error message, what does it say?
What steps did you take that produced the error?
When did you first notice the error?
Can you reproduce the error?
Please have any usernames or passwords required to access the issue.
2. Have your account information ready
The more information you can give your technician, the faster they can access your account, understand the issue, and help you resolve it. Have your username and password ready. Also, if you have your website’s name, whether you are using Linux or Windows, and your server name, we can help resolve your issue faster.
3. Know the priority status of the request
Throughout the day, at any given point, we receive several requests of varying urgency. Each one of these requests takes time to resolve. If a request cannot be resolved immediately, if will be given the proper priority level and we will resolve it as soon as possible.
4. Allow an appropriate response time
As mentioned above, we receive several requests at a time. And although we do try to answer every request as quickly as possible, technical issues often do take time to resolve.
5. Know the technician’s responsibilities
Although we at Arvixe are not responsible for every possible issue that one might have on the Internet, we do try to help our customers as much as possible. We may be able to provide you with limited assistance to your issues, but please understand that our technicians’ priorities are to help with Arvixe related services.
6. Don’t be afraid to try it yourself
Whenever possible, don’t be afraid to try and find a solution on your own. Finding a solution on your own is certainly faster than asking for help. Although there is no shame in asking for help, basic issues that can be resolved easily will be given the lowest priority status. This means that finding a solution on your own will often be 100% quicker. You can try a simple Google search to find a solution to your problems. Or, visit the Arvixe Blog to search for a fix. Our articles are often written based on questions that costumers have had. Finally, the Arvixe Forum is a great community discussion board that may contain what you’re looking for. Maybe another costumer has had the same issue and received help! And don’t be afraid to start a new discussion post for your issue if you couldn’t find the solution. Starting this new post will allow others to find a solution too!
Although we understand that every case is unique, we hope that following these basic guidelines will help you receive faster assistance whenever you need to make an Arvixe technical support request.Learn More
Last Updated on Sunday, 22 January 2012 10:55 Written by Mscott Sunday, 22 January 2012 12:00
In today’s article, I will show you how to add the Orca Forum to your Dolphin 7 website. Before we begin, we need to install the forum module. A step by step guide on installing the Dolphin 7 base modules can be found here.
The forum in Dolphin 7 is moderated from the user side of the website and not from the admin. To begin the configuration click “Manage Forum” on the “Forum” tab that should now be on the main menu bar.Learn More
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