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Reputation and reproofs
Sunny
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Message # 1 | 1:54 PM
Reputation is usually used to demonstrate one’s attitude towards someone. On game forums reputation is used for other purposes that’s why there is the possibility to change reputation more than once. There are three options in user group settings:

1. View history of user reputation
2. Change user reputation
3. Change user reputation irrespective of the timeout

These options may be enabled for all groups except Guests. (For Guests you can only choose whether to view history or not.)
Reputation can be edited and removed by an administrator.


The number of rep points depends on the reputation of a person, who changes reputation (max 20).

rep>5000 =20
rep>2500 =15
rep>1000 =10
rep>900 =9
rep>700 =8
rep>500 =7
rep>300 =6
rep>200 =5
rep>100 =4
rep>50 =3
rep>10 =2


Reproofs are used to ban a user (block user’s activity for some time or forever, i.e. he/she can view the site but can’t post anything. If you want to prohibit someone from viewing the site you must adjust user group permissions. See http://forum.ucoz.com/forum/9-2577-1 for more information on ban.).

There is only one option for users:

1.View history of user reproofs

Reproofs can be edited and removed by an administrator.


How to put images instead of reputation and reproofs

For reproofs
Code
<img border="0" src="http://yoursite.com/$_BAN_RATING$00.gif"/>

Files must have the following names:
Code
000.gif
100.gif
200.gif
300.gif
400.gif
500.gif


For reputation:

Here is an example of the code where you should only put your own images.
Code
<?if($REP_RATING_PERS$)?>
<?if($REP_RATING_PERS$<21)?>
<img border="0" src="http://yoursite.com/1r.gif">
<?else?>
<?if($REP_RATING_PERS$<41)?>
<img border="0" src="http://yoursite.com/2r.gif">
<?else?>
<?if($REP_RATING_PERS$<61)?>
<img border="0" src="http://yoursite.com/3r.gif">
<?else?>
<?if($REP_RATING_PERS$<81)?>
<img border="0" src="http://yoursite.com/4r.gif">
<?else?>
<img border="0" src="http://yoursite.com/5r.gif">
<?endif?>
<?endif?>
<?endif?>
<?endif?>
<?endif?>

This code is intended for 5 images, nothing will be displayed for guests and removed users.

How to disable reputation for a definite user

Log in to your site using Admin account and click on the user profile, click Reputation and select "Disable reputation". It's a red icon.

Is it possible to remove all reputations NOT manually?

No.

Is it possible to increase the number of reproofs from 5 to 100 or more?

No.

Is it possible to display separately pluses and minuses in reputation?

What’s the use of this? Reputation is the result of pluses and minuses.

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lspiderl
Posts: 14
Reputation: 0

Message # 61 | 4:45 PM
perhaps you guys should fix the rep system so that it can be used either way by anyone
Paradox
Posts: 3276
Reputation: 145

Message # 62 | 2:39 PM
lspiderl, if you have a suggestion to make please make it here: http://forum.ucoz.com/forum/56-7902-1
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TheOuroborosEternal
Posts: 3
Reputation: 0

Message # 63 | 2:07 AM
How are reputation points given out?
Paradox
Posts: 3276
Reputation: 145

Message # 64 | 10:40 AM
Quote (Sunny)
The number of rep points depends on the reputation of a person, who changes reputation (max 20).

rep>5000 =20
rep>2500 =15
rep>1000 =10
rep>900 =9
rep>700 =8
rep>500 =7
rep>300 =6
rep>200 =5
rep>100 =4
rep>50 =3
rep>10 =2

Developer, Designer, Communicator.
Been here for 6 years and counting.
Visit me at alexmoloney.me.
AdamCross
Posts: 7
Reputation: 0

Message # 65 | 3:08 PM
Hello,

How can i re-enable the reputation for a definite user?

One of my moderators disabled it for an other user and i dont know how to re-enable it.
Post edited by AdamCross - Sunday, 2014-02-02, 3:09 PM
Paradox
Posts: 3276
Reputation: 145

Message # 66 | 3:27 PM
AdamCross, open the reputation box and click the green icon. It should be a tick.
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AdamCross
Posts: 7
Reputation: 0

Message # 67 | 3:44 PM
Paradox, thanx for quick reply, but i cannot open it, 'cuz it says: "Access denied" (or whats the English version) every time I open it with My admin or Her moderator profile.

The truth is, she disabled for herself on moderator profile '-_-
Sunny
Posts: 9296
Reputation: 456

Message # 68 | 4:19 PM
AdamCross, provide the link to the profile.
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AdamCross
Posts: 7
Reputation: 0

Message # 69 | 8:54 PM
Sunny, Her profile
Sunny
Posts: 9296
Reputation: 456

Message # 70 | 2:33 PM
AdamCross, please provide a screenshot of the button you click when you get the "Access denied" error.
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AdamCross
Posts: 7
Reputation: 0

Message # 71 | 3:52 PM
Sunny, The screenshot Here
Post edited by AdamCross - Wednesday, 2014-02-05, 3:53 PM
Sunny
Posts: 9296
Reputation: 456

Message # 72 | 9:13 PM
AdamCross, if you replace the code (lines 225 - 229 in the template):

Code
<?if($_REPUTATION$)?>
  $_REPUTATION$
  <?else?>
  <strong><em>Not</em></strong>
  <?endif?>


by the code

Code
<a title="View reputation history" class="repHistory" href="$_REP_READ_URL$">Reputation (<b>$_REPUTATION$</b>)</a><?if($_REP_DO_URL$)?> [<a href="$_REP_DO_URL$">±</a>]<?endif?>


the reputation should be accessible.

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AdamCross
Posts: 7
Reputation: 0

Message # 73 | 4:17 PM
Sunny, Its worked biggrin

Thank you for your help!
mariozplaze
Posts: 35
Reputation: 0

Message # 74 | 9:56 PM
So I read the thread and I don't completely understand where the code for the new reproof icons goes, and how to use it. If I understand correctly, the code is "<img border="0" src="http://yoursite.com/$BAN_RATING$30.gif">", but where do I put it, and do I need to put six of these for each icon?

Appreciate the help,
Zachary

I love Ucoz and all of its staff! Thanks for all the help!
Post edited by mariozplaze - Tuesday, 2014-12-02, 9:57 PM
bigblog
*boops*
Posts: 1482
Reputation: 71

Message # 75 | 6:35 PM
Quote mariozplaze ()
where the code for the new reproof icons goes

To User personal page template.

Quote mariozplaze ()
do I need to put six of these for each icon?

You have to upload 6 icons, and you have to use this code just once:
Code
<img border="0" src="http://yoursite.com/$BAN_RATING$.gif">


The code $BAN_RATING$ will output a specific number, which is in the icons' names (00.gif, 200.gif, etc.).

    So, If user's reproof level is:
  • 0% the code will output <img border="0" src="http://yoursite.com/00.gif"> and the image shown will be http://yoursite.com/00.gif
  • 20% the code will output <img border="0" src="http://yoursite.com/200.gif"> and the image shown will be http://yoursite.com/200.gif
  • 40% the code will output <img border="0" src="http://yoursite.com/400.gif"> and the image shown will be http://yoursite.com/400.gif

  • ... and so on...


If something isn't clear, or smth doesn't works, please leave a reply.

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