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|Ban - How to ban someone ?|
Message # 1 | 3:30 PM 2008-11-04
Ban by username.
Is realized by means of reproofs.
Ban by IP address.
Is realized by means of admin-bar and forbids activity on the whole site.
Admin Bar » Control » IP blocking
1. Each IP address must be entered in a new line.
The bans both by a username and IP prohibits user’s activity but doesn’t prevent him from viewing the site. If you want to prohibit someone from viewing the site you must adjust user group permissions. There are the following options for this purpose:
1. View users' personal pages (profiles)
You must remember that IP ban doesn’t mean that you have got rid of a hooligan forever. Many users have dynamic IPs, some users use proxy and some have a corporative network: if you ban one user you’ll also ban a number of harmless users. And don’t forget that the ban by a username is also not the best decision: it’s not a problem to register a new username. You can use the following methods to protect your site from undesirable visitors:
1. Create a separate group with no permissions and move there all delinquents.
2. Ordinary users can read everything but their permissions to write are limited. Only checked users can write.
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Message # 32 | 9:46 AM 2010-04-09
It was some preblem with my site because when the user's been warned, when they open my site the next time, they don't need to log-in again because the browser already remember their password. The problem is because of that, they status still don't change, and they can still access my site just like Checked member do.
Is there anyone know how to make everybody in my site re-login again when they enter the site.
Message # 34 | 1:42 PM 2010-04-10
Oh thank you, Sunny.
I'll try it. Will tell you if it's work or not.
Added (2010-04-10, 7:42 Am)
Well i'm sorry for bothering you guys again.
I guess this is a problem of cookies or history of browser or something
Post edited by WAWA - Saturday, 2010-04-10, 1:43 PM
Message # 36 | 3:56 PM 2010-04-10
Dartz, Yes I did. The problem is "reproof" can block only their activity.
The user can still access the site (view publisher, blog and all) which I don't want them to.
It's like, the module can only view by "checked and higher", then some of the checked member's been changed to users/banned.
I've try check it with 2 different browser, Firefox and Chrome. I created an account and grouped it as a checked member.
the only way to make everything change is to log-out and log-in again.
ps. I use the main site, most active on publ and blog. Didn't use thread and forum much.
Your site is great to me, it's just that I want to ask if you guys could help me with this
Thank you again :]
Post edited by WAWA - Saturday, 2010-04-10, 3:57 PM
Message # 38 | 8:02 AM 2010-04-11
Sure, i did. But it think that person use kind of like an internet cafe. And banning IP address won't help.
Here's my site www.*******.com (attached to uCoz url - http://*********)
(I use local user. don't accept new registration for a while by changing the registration page so they can't sign up)
last night (my own timezone)
Post edited by WAWA - Sunday, 2010-04-11, 6:41 PM
Message # 40 | 12:33 PM 2010-04-11
I've try doing the same thing, this time try to delete an account. But when closed the browser and open the site.
I still have an account.
I already said. I did.
Message # 41 | 6:33 PM 2010-04-11
We, I and Mike (mehaNik) checked and came to conclusion it's a bug.
It was reported. As alternative we recommend you to use this script:
Place this script between <head></head> tags inside Site Pages.
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Message # 43 | 10:41 PM 2010-04-30
rebelion, "Banned Members" is already a group. Where do you want to transfer them?
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