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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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mariozplaze
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Reputation: 0

Message # 76 | 0:57 AM
Quote bigblog ()
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...


So...what do I do to change the reproof icon then? I already uploaded the new icons to the file manager under the names 00.gif, 200.gif, and so on, what do I do now?

I love Ucoz and all of its staff! Thanks for all the help!
Post edited by mariozplaze - Thursday, 2014-12-04, 1:15 AM
bigblog
*boops*
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Message # 77 | 2:12 PM
mariozplaze, put the code to the User personal page template, where you want to show the image:

Code
<img border="0" src="http://yoursite.com/$BAN_RATING$.gif" />

hey i'm joe, please don't call me on my real name because you're gonna misspell or mispronounce it and it drives me nuts
mariozplaze
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Reputation: 0

Message # 78 | 11:06 PM
What I am having the problem understanding is where in the template do I put this code, and how does this one code recognize my new icons? Do I have to put the icons in a special folder or what? Do I need to replace $BAN_RATING$ with something?
I love Ucoz and all of its staff! Thanks for all the help!
Post edited by mariozplaze - Thursday, 2014-12-04, 11:27 PM
bigblog
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Reputation: 71

Message # 79 | 1:20 PM
Quote mariozplaze ()
where in the template do I put this code

Where you want to be showed.

Quote mariozplaze ()
how does this one code recognize my new icons?

The $BAN_RATING$ variable is a system one, and it will return 00, 200, 400 etc. as your images are named.

Quote mariozplaze ()
Do I have to put the icons in a special folder or what?

No. You have to upload them to the root of the file manager.

Quote mariozplaze ()
Do I need to replace $BAN_RATING$ with something?

No.

hey i'm joe, please don't call me on my real name because you're gonna misspell or mispronounce it and it drives me nuts
mariozplaze
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Reputation: 0

Message # 80 | 1:17 AM
Okay, I guess I am going to now need to put in some images...to the snipping tool! (No offense to you, I really appreciate your time, I just suck at explaining these things.)

Okay, first I replaced the code here:



With the code you gave me



And all I get on a profile on my site is this



The image files are here in the file manager



What did I do wrong?
Attachments: 8787710.png(6Kb) · 9123531.png(4Kb) · 4616145.png(1Kb) · 3136643.png(7Kb)

I love Ucoz and all of its staff! Thanks for all the help!
Post edited by mariozplaze - Saturday, 2014-12-06, 1:19 AM
adnet
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Reputation: 2

Message # 81 | 4:24 AM
I think the correct code should be "$_BAN_RATING$.gif"

And you should add 00 after code $_BAN_RATING$

Like this

Quote

$_BAN_RATING$00.gif


Please advise if any concerned.
mariozplaze
Posts: 35
Reputation: 0

Message # 82 | 4:19 PM
Quote adnet ()
<img border="0" src="http://yoursite.com/$BAN_RATING$.gif" />


Still didn't work, I don't want to give up but this is getting hopeless!

I love Ucoz and all of its staff! Thanks for all the help!
bigblog
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Reputation: 71

Message # 83 | 4:53 PM
Quote adnet ()
the correct code should be "$_BAN_RATING$.gif"

And you should add 00 after code $_BAN_RATING$

mariozplaze, did you tried in this way?

hey i'm joe, please don't call me on my real name because you're gonna misspell or mispronounce it and it drives me nuts
mariozplaze
Posts: 35
Reputation: 0

Message # 84 | 9:39 PM
Quote bigblog ()
Quote adnet ()
the correct code should be "$_BAN_RATING$.gif"

And you should add 00 after code $_BAN_RATING$

mariozplaze, did you tried in this way?


Yes I did

I love Ucoz and all of its staff! Thanks for all the help!
Good
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Reputation: 12

Message # 85 | 0:59 AM
Hi mariozplaze,

Try this
Code
http://yourdomain.com/$_BAN_RATING$00.gif
mariozplaze
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Reputation: 0

Message # 86 | 9:49 PM


Already tried that, it didn't work

I love Ucoz and all of its staff! Thanks for all the help!
Good
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Reputation: 12

Message # 87 | 11:58 PM
Quote mariozplaze ()
Already tried that, it didn't work


Please check the output html in the personal template. If you are using Firefox, select the area of the photo that could not be displayed, right click and select View Selection Source.

If google chrome, click on inspect element.

You check and you will find out the reason. Good luck!

Attached screenshot is FYR.
Attachments: 6286527.jpg(89Kb)
mariozplaze
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Reputation: 0

Message # 88 | 10:05 PM
I've figured it out! The problem is the naming of the ban icon files listed here:

Quote Sunny ()
Files must have the following names:
00.gif
200.gif
400.gif
600.gif
800.gif
1000.gif


They are supposed to be named

  • 000.gif
  • 100.gif
  • 200.gif
  • 300.gif
  • 400.gif
  • 500.gif


and the proper code is indeed
Code
<img border="0" src="http://yoursite.com/$_BAN_RATING$00.gif"/>


I will inform Sunny of this so it is properly changed thank you all for the help.

Added (2014-12-14, 10:05 PM)
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Is it possible to change the appearance of the private message/e-mail you get as a reproof notification?


I love Ucoz and all of its staff! Thanks for all the help!
Sunny
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Reputation: 456

Message # 89 | 8:37 AM
mariozplaze, unfortunately no.
I'm not active on the forum anymore. Please contact other forum staff.
mariozplaze
Posts: 35
Reputation: 0

Message # 90 | 9:53 PM
Quote Sunny ()
unfortunately no.


Okay, thanks

I love Ucoz and all of its staff! Thanks for all the help!
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