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wtilton
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8 years ago
I haven't moderated my forum in about a year. And it really shows. I've got pages of spam.

I have thousands of great posts and while my forum isn't anywhere as big as it used to be pre-facebook I'd like to keep it going for posterity.

Is there a quick ban or a way to check mark each individual post to delete it and kill the user behind it?

I used to be a developer on this project so if it isn't out there already I'm ready to spend time creating that instead of going through these pages and pages of spam and taking the time to spend 10 clicks on 4 different pages to ban a single user. I'm thinking just a "Quick Kill User" on the little pop-up that shows up for Mods and Admins. [That being said I'm not sure if I'm still on the github list of approved "pushers", but I can submit a pull request :cheesy: ]

Thoughts? I'm running version 2.1.0 Beta so maybe upgrading will help me.

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wtilton
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8 years ago
I found a moderate button on the Topics page. Unfortunately whatever version I have has a bug on it. I created a forum locally and that page seems to be working so must have been fixed. I'll update mine.

It would be nice to ban the users too, and report them and all that stuff from this page. Hmm...
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8 years ago
On the edit user page in the admin interface there is an tab for kill & ban a user. This will also delete all of the user posts.
Zero2Cool
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8 years ago
Originally Posted by: wtilton 

I used to be a developer on this project so if it isn't out there already I'm ready to spend time creating...


If you could be so kind to change "used to be" to "am getting back into the project", thousands would appreciate your time and effort, even if appreciation was silent. Ingo is driving everything on his own and while I can't speak for him, I have to imagine he would be welcome to any assistance.

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