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My site Registration Form has stop working since 2 months now due to reCAPTCHA Verification. they said it has been shutdown and need some upgrade.

Here is the screenshot below:

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General Support / Re: How to install SSL on my domain
« on: September 09, 2017, 08:23:21 pm »
Domain: earlyface.com.ng

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General Support / Re: How to install SSL on my domain
« on: September 09, 2017, 07:56:49 pm »
This is the information I saw
 When I wanted to configure the Configure SSL certificate;


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You must have a valid "CSR" (Certificate Signing Request) to configure your SSL Certificate. The CSR is an encrypted piece of text that is generated by the web server where the SSL Certificate will be installed. If you do not already have a CSR, you must generate one or ask your web hosting provider to generate one for you. Also please ensure you enter the correct information as it cannot be changed after the SSL Certificate has been issued.

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General Support / Re: How to install SSL on my domain
« on: September 09, 2017, 06:24:25 pm »
I have already purchased an SSL? So what is the next step?

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General Support / How to install SSL on my domain
« on: September 08, 2017, 06:46:19 pm »
Pls, how can I install SSL on my domain name cos am using custom domain.

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General Support / Re: Domain Name Issue
« on: September 15, 2016, 04:41:32 pm »
ok. Thank you.

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General Support / Domain Name Issue
« on: September 15, 2016, 04:13:38 pm »
please i want the Admin to restore my forum url to default.

Because am having problem with my domain name registrar.

Forum: xbrainsforum.createaforum.com

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Bugs / Re: Can't SHARE forum post on Facebook
« on: August 21, 2016, 08:25:49 am »
am expriencing same. That's why I disable mine.

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General Support / Re: How can I Create AMP HTML pages on our forum?
« on: August 10, 2016, 04:34:22 pm »
yes! It is newly introduced by google.

You can make research on that. Thanks for your response.

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General Support / How can I Create AMP HTML pages on our forum?
« on: August 10, 2016, 02:27:12 pm »
Below is the msg I just received from GOOGLE;


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Subject: Create AMP pages to be shown in Google Search for my site

Message type: [WNC-10016373]


Search Console

Create AMP pages to be shown in Google Search for my site.


Google has detected that your site has many pages that may benefit from 
being served as AMP pages. Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) are HTML pages 
that are optimized to load fast on mobile devices. Learn more about AMP 
benefits in the resources below. Valid AMP pages on your site will be 
eligible to be shown in search results and receive special badging in 
search results.


Make your content AMP-compatible now:


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Read about the AMP initiative

Understand the AMP project and how it can help improve the mobile web 
experience.


Read AMP goals



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Create AMP version of your pages

Learn how to create AMP pages that can be served on Google Search results 
on mobile devices. In some cases, you can enable a plug-in for your Content 
Management System (CMS) to handle the conversion for you.


Your first AMP page



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Verify your implementation

Confirm that Google is able to crawl your AMP pages with the AMP status 
report. Note that it can take a week or longer for Googlebot to recrawl and 
reprocess your pages.


See AMP report



To learn more about AMP:


Read Google's Webmaster Central blog post on AMP.

Follow the English developer community on StackOverflow that provides 
support for AMP HTML.

Ask questions in our forum for more help - mention message type 
[WNC-10016373].


Google Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043 | Unsubscribe 
from this type of message
Add partners who should receive messages for this Search Console account.

I hope this will not affect our forums' SEO?
How can we Create AMP pages on our forum?

I need an answer from the Admin.

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then for your 1st request

go to  Administration Center Layout Settings Theme Settings

then scrol down and enable Hide post group titles for grouped members.

Enabling this will not display a
member's post group title on the
message view if they are assigned to a
non-post based group.

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then for your 1st request

go to  Administration Center Layout Settings Theme Settings

then scrol down and enable Hide post group titles for grouped members.

Enabling this will not display a
member's post group title on the
message view if they are assigned to a
non-post based group.

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am talking of your 2nd request which is  '' I also wanted to make
a new default group. Like, when you sign in for the
first time, this is the group you're in. How do I do
both?''

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Go to Admin => Membergroups.

1. Add a Group to (Regular groups) and set it permissions to your desire. i.e NEWBIE

2. Now Add a Group to (Post count based groups) i.e NEW MEMBER.

3. After that, modify the NEW MEMBER group with the below infos;
- Required posts: 0
- Visible Boards: (select them)
- Inherit Permissions: Inherit from: NEWBIE

etc. Done

hope you understand me now?

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