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Hi,

Can anyone explain the following features from the home page (and how to use/ demo):

* Karma - Rate messages and users
* Automatic parsing of links in the messages
* Easy to support new bbtags via a XML configuration file
* User ranks
* Advanced HTML filter, for increased security

In general, it would be nice to have a paragraph for each item. To clarify. But great job so far!!!

Assaf
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* Karma - Rate messages and users



user are able to give a note (1 to 5) to the message, and this impacts in users's status. For both user and message the karma (status) is represented by the little yellow stars.


* Automatic parsing of links in the messages



When you have a link in the message, JForum automatically will make it clicable.


* Easy to support new bbtags via a XML configuration file



If you want to add a new bb code, all you have to do it to edit the file WEB-INF/config/bb_config.xml


* User ranks



See the first answer.


* Advanced HTML filter, for increased security



JForum parsers every message, blocking malicious code.


In general, it would be nice to have a paragraph for each item. To clarify. But great job so far!!!

Assaf



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[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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