[ABD] SFS Anti-Spam Registration

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lozt
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Re: [BETA] SFS Anti-Spam Registration

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Maidenaustria wrote:
lozt wrote:I don't want it to check the username becasue what if a spammer uses the name "david" that means no one on my forum can register that name?

How can I make it so it only checks email address and IP?
And what if there is already a david registred who never ever did a post?????
Same situation...
That is "if" he never posted. What if he did?? Then what? He gets banned from the forum just for having a common name? Come on now, that's just silly.

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Re: [BETA] SFS Anti-Spam Registration

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lozt wrote:That is "if" he never posted. What if he did?? Then what? He gets banned from the forum just for having a common name?
look at the mod title, thats not how it works. it checks when someone/something tries to register not when posting plus if you dont want it to check the name, just comment the part out where it does the check for the name...
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Re: [BETA] SFS Anti-Spam Registration

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Hi thats really for what i search.:)

But i have a problem!!! after when i was with all done. i want delete all inaktiv user, but i cant i get these ERRor msg
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_OBJECT_OPERATOR in includes/functions_user.php on line 3397
When i look in this file and line there is
$sfs_appears = $sfs_doc->getElementsByTagName("appears")->item(0)->nodeValue;
have i forgot to add in these line something or is it normal after i add this antispam to have no access to the inaktiv user????

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Re: [BETA] SFS Anti-Spam Registration

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oh i have see now i cant also logout:( when i press on logout i get the same failor msg

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Re: [BETA] SFS Anti-Spam Registration

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Are you running PHP 5 or greater?

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Re: [BETA] SFS Anti-Spam Registration

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On the registration page I get this error,

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[phpBB Debug] PHP Notice: in file /includes/functions_user.php on line 3388: DOMDocument::load() [domdocument.load]: URL file-access is disabled in the server configuration

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Re: [BETA] SFS Anti-Spam Registration

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That's odd, does your server have any problems directly accessing other external URLs for fopen or other file access methods?

To me this says your server cannot communicate with the feed from the SFS website, possibly via an option in php.ini(?) This is usually a host-side communication issue that hosting companies will shut off for "security reasons".

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Re: [BETA] SFS Anti-Spam Registration

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Yeah im guessing it's from my free host...

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Re: [BETA] SFS Anti-Spam Registration

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Still works in 3.0.7?

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