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http://ellislab.com/expressionengine/user-guide/modules/channel/channel_entries.html#date-heading completely missed this before, but should make this more than possible. EDIT In response to the above comment, a better formatted view: <ul> {exp:channel:entries channel="blog"} {date_heading display="monthly"} <li>{entry_date format="%F"} &...


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Ok well I solved this in the end by writing a bespoke extension to simply bypass the error message which is usually shown for an invalid activation request. function activation_hijack ( $session_data ) { if (ee()->input->get('ACT')) { $act = ee()->input->get('ACT'); if ($act==8 AND ee()->input->get('id')) { ...


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If you have an SQL editor, like Sequel Pro, that allows you to quickly edit data in SQL tables, the group_order column in the exp_template_groups table is where the order is stored. You can see the data with: select * from exp_template_groups Fancy SQL to renumber the groups to match the ID order, or alphabetical order, also might be doable.


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This sounds like something that Low Yearly Archive could be used for. http://gotolow.com/addons/low-yearly-archive


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It's defiantly doable. The tricky part will be allowing other users to 'manage' some people. I'd probably look at something like Zoo Visitor (EE2) as it saves users 'profile' to channel entries which does come in handy. A user signs up where it creates a new user (you will likely have to use email address as the unique member identifier). After signup, ...


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Check these things: the weblog has some statuses group assigned to it the members group is authorized to publish entries in this weblog the members group is authorized to edit entries authored by others


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For security reasons, we have limited the Key Invite feature to Super Admin's only. If you wanted to adjust this on your own, you would have to modify the code in mod.user.php around line 9310: /** ---------------------------------------- /** Is the current user logged in? // are they an admin? must be admin /** ----------------------------------------*/ ...


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I'm assuming that the status is being changed in the EE control panel? If so, then this will likely require an extension that uses the entry_submission_end hook: http://www.ellislab.com/expressionengine/user-guide/development/extension_hooks/api/channel_entries/index.html#entry_submission_end It's a pretty simple script to just check if the status being ...


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Store: As Derek mentioned you would need to create an extension to handle the logic of adding the user to a specific member group based upon their purchased items. Store does allow you to add a member to the default member group (per your membership settings) if they register a new account while they are completing checkout. Registering Members ...


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Sure - you would write an extension that uses the store_order_complete_end hook. You'd then loop through the items in the order and perform your logic as to what member group the customer should get added to in the end.


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You can modify each of your conditionals surrounding the channel entries tag to include group info. {if logged_in_group_id == '1' OR logged_in_group_id == '7'} <!-- Enter in correct id for member group, including any admin groups. --> {exp:channel:entries ...} {/if} You can also redirect someone who went to the wrong page. For example, if a ...


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I think you want to enable this preference on the Edit Member Group page: Allow Members in Site's Mailing Lists and Related Abilities? (i.e. Group Available in Communicate section)


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For the control panel there are probably add-ons for this, like better workflow or maybe draftEE. For the front-end you can do some conditional checking in the template before showing the channel-form (safecracker).


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If you mean the option groups in combination with: Populate the menu from another channel field, then you would need to modify and customise a fieldtype. Something that makes a dropdown from a table, and modify the fieldtype to make option groups based on category, tags or whatever. Some starting points to build a custom fieldtype of: sp-table-select query-...


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Not with the native select drop down, no. But, you can do it with the select field from Pixel & Tonic's Field Pack add-on. See the docs for details.


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I would do this by using a conditional within the client_area/profile template. {if segment_3=='editprofile'} Embed your edit profile template {if:else} Show the user's profile {/if}


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Unless there are other reasons for putting these templates into the /site/ group I'd recommend just creating an /aboutus/ template group and putting the code into the index template. You'd get the URLs you want without hassle/logic and just have a few more template groups in the system.


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You can achieve this for all templates located within your site's default template group by disabling Strict URLs. But this will only work with your default template group, no others. Note that you should put some logic in each of these templates instructing EE to display a 404 page when accessed with the template group - otherwise you could run into ...


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Pretty sure if you set the group to default / homepage in the cp it won't require the URL - the index page within that group will be your sites homepage.


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Turns out this was a bug in the EE version I was using. The patch worked... https://support.ellislab.com/bugs/detail/19382 Thanks for looking into this for me Derek!


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