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Question image sprite error
Posted by: nala-pino - 12-12-2016, 11:35 PM - Forum: Partituras - Replies (1)

Test imagen de  flecha en prefix, que es eso?

Test

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  Thread Portal Not Display Thumbnail
Posted by: nala-pino - 12-07-2016, 05:04 PM - Forum: Partituras - Replies (1)

Thread Portal Not Display Thumbnail

i have that issue, not display the Thumbnail in the portal page, in normal forum yes.

Attachments Setting:


Example in that Thread.

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  word filter
Posted by: nala-pino - 12-06-2016, 04:36 AM - Forum: Partituras - Replies (8)

Gonorrea

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Wink Attachment Test
Posted by: nala-pino - 11-24-2016, 01:03 AM - Forum: Partituras - Replies (4)

Test de Attachment o archivos adjuntos

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Bug Github
Posted by: nala-pino - 11-03-2016, 09:31 PM - Forum: MyBB 1.8 Mods - No Replies

Github
Ddd

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Bug Github
Posted by: nala-pino - 11-03-2016, 09:30 PM - Forum: MyBB 1.8 Mods - Replies (1)

Github

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Bug Prefix formato
Posted by: nala-pino - 11-03-2016, 02:33 PM - Forum: Foro ejemplo - No Replies

Ejemplo

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Rainbow Formato PREFIX
Posted by: nala-pino - 10-31-2016, 02:31 AM - Forum: Libros, Historia del Mundo - No Replies

Este
sdasd

Es un EEJEMMPLLOOO

At DiegoPIno

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Bug Audio MyCode MP3-MP4-WAV-WebM-OGG
Posted by: nala-pino - 10-09-2016, 01:41 AM - Forum: Partituras - No Replies

MyCode   Format Support: MP3 | MP4 | WAV| WebM | OGG |InterExplorer 8.0 or Xp|    


Format .mp3


Format .weba


Format .m4a


Format .m4v


Format .ogg


Format .wav



MyCode: Audio File Formats

Title:
MP3

Short Description:

Quote:[ mp3 ] Audio File All Format [ / mp3 ]

Regular Expression:
PHP Code:
\[mp3\](.*?)\[/mp3\] 


Replacement:
PHP Code:
<audio controls>
<
source src="$1" width="300" height="480" type="audio/mpeg">
<
source src="$1" width="300" height="480" type="audio/ogg">
<
source src="$1" width="300" height="480" type="audio/wav">
<
source src="$1" width="300" height="480" type="video/mp4">
<
source src="$1" width="300" height="480" type="video/webm">
<
object type="application/x-shockwave-flash" data="player.swf?soundFile=$1">
<
param name="movie" value="player.swf?soundFile=$1" />
<
a href="$1">Download File</a>
</
object>
</
audio

To use it Just Copy the URL of your Audio Media with Syntax: .  

Nevermind the Audio File Format, Just Copy the Song Audio to the Syntax
Quote:Syntax: [ mp3 ] [ / mp3].  

In HTML5, there are 3 supported Audio Formats: MP3, Wav, and Ogg.
The browser support for the different formats, HTML Audio - Browser Support

Demo OnLine:  Audio - Open Your Favoryte Browser [ Chrome, Safari, Opera, FireFox, Internet Explorer ]

Big Grin

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  OS X Mountain Lion Server
Posted by: nala-pino - 08-30-2016, 12:00 AM - Forum: Sistemas Operativos - No Replies

OS X Mountain Lion Server

OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 1: Setting Up: In this screencast tutorial I cover how to get started with your hosted Mac Mini Server including how to login for the first time, settings that need to be changed, things you need to avoid, and the differences between a hosted and non hosted server.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 2Installing OS X Server: In this screen-cast I cover how to install Mountain Lion OS X Server. I walk through the entire set up from downloading the application to how to set up your server during the installation process

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 3 : Built In : In this screencast I cover the reasons for using a firewall in a hosted environment as opposed to home use behind a router. I also cover how to start and set up your firewall using the built in interface provided in Mac OS X through system preferences.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 4 : IceFloor Firewall & Port Forwarding: In this screencast I cover how dealing with ports is different in a hosted environment. I cover the differences between a a home and hosted environment, how to open or close ports using Ice Floor which is a firewall front end for the built in pf firewall in OS X, and some of the things to consider when using firewall software.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 5SSL Certificates: In this screencast I cover setting up SSL Certificates for secure connections in Mountain Lion Server. I go over how to set up a self signed certificate and how to apply it to various services that use SSL to communicate with your various devices. I also talk about how to acquire a signed certificate from a third party verifier and how to apply that certificate to your server.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 6DNS: In this screencast I cover the DNS Service in Mountain Lion Server in a hosted environment. In this screencast I cover what each of the DNS Setting mean and how to configure them, how to set up the proper records you will need on your Domain Registrar to ensure you server works properly, and then I cover how to test your DNS settings to make sure they are working and everything resolves correctly.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 7Open Directory: In this screencast I cover setting up an Open Directory Master for your hosted server. An Open Directory allows for network accounts and is required for some of Mountain Lion's services like Profile Manager and allowing users to use a single sign on for all computers on your network. In future screencasts we will cover how to bind clients to the Open Directory, set up network accounts for users, and using home folders that reside on the server allowing someone to access their desktop from any computer on your network.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 8Profile Manager Set Up & MDM: In this screencast I cover how to set up Profile Manager in Mountain Lion Server. I cover the pieces you need to make sure are in place for Profile Manager to work, walk you through the built in wizard to set Profile Manager up, and show you what the basic interface looks like once the service is running.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 9Users & Groups: In this screencast I cover how to set up your users and groups on Mountain Lion Server. I cover adding users, setting up permissions for services, the difference between network and local accounts, and setting up and adding users to groups.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 10File Sharing: In this screencast I cover how to set up the file sharing service in Mountain Lion Server. I cover how to handle permissions, set up new shares for different types of services like AFP or SMB, and how to set up home folders on your server for individual users.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 11Connect & Automount AFP: In this screencast I cover how to connect to your AFP shares both locally and remotely. I also cover how to set up your Mac to automatically mount AFP shares every time you start your Mac.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 12Calendar: In this screencast I cover how to set up the calendar service in Mountain Lion Server on a hosted Mac Mini. I cover how to set the service up, opening the needed ports in your firewall, setting up client machines to use the service, and show how the service works between two computers.
- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 13Contacts: In this screencast I cover how to set up the Contacts Service in Mountain Lion Server. I cover how to set up and start the service. I also cover how to set up your clients, what the contacts list looks like, and how to set up shared contacts lists.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 14Messages: In this screencast I cover how to set up the Messages Service in Mountain Lion Server. I cover how to configure the service including how to archive your chats, how to set up clients for the service, and how to use the service with the groups you set up on your server.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 15VPN: In this screencast I cover how to set up the VPN Service in Mountain Lion Server in a hosted environment. I cover how to set up and start the service, how to configure your firewall to allow VPN to function, and how to set up and connect to your VPN from a client machine.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 16FTP: In this screencast I cover how to set up the FTP Service in Mountain Lion Server. I show you how to set up the service including how to choose an FTP folder and how to log into your FTP share using terminal and an FTP client.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 17Time Machine: In this screencast I cover how to set up the Time Machine Service in Mountain Lion Server for a hosted environment. I show you how to enable the service, choose a back up drive, and connect your clients to that back up drive remotely.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 18 : Mail: In this screencast I cover how to set up the Mail Service on your hosted Mac Mini Server. I cover how to set up the proper DNS to make sure the service functions, including A records and MX records. I also cover all of the settings in the mail service and how to set up your clients to send and receive mail through your server.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 19 : WebSide Server: In this screencast I walk you through how to set up the Websites Service on Mountain Lion Server in a hosted environment. I cover how to set up DNS, set up a website in addition to the built in site, and how to test your site to make sure it is working properly.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 20Profile Manager: In this screencast I cover how to enroll a Mac into Profile Manager. I cover how to connect to Profile Manager from your client machine, how to download the right profiles to enroll your Mac, and how to test to make sure your Mac enrollment worked and is ready to manage.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 21Profile Manager - iOS Enrollment:In this screencast I cover how to enroll iOS devices in Profile Manager. I talk about each of steps required to get the right certificates installed in the right order and I show you how to verify that your device was enrolled.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 22Profile Manager - Users & Groups: In this screencast I cover how to set up profiles for users and groups using Profile Manager. I walk you through each of the available settings and talk about how they can be used to set up custom profiles for each of your users or for managing groups of users.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 23Profile Manager - Device Management: In this screencast I walk you through how to manage devices using Profile Manager. I show you the information you have available on your devices, how to manage devices using groups, and walk you through the settings unique to devices.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 24Wiki - Set Up: In this screencast I cover how to set up the Wiki service in Mountain Lion Server. I cover how to set up the service including making the website private and requiring a password to view it. I also give you a walk through of the features included with the Wiki.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 25Wiki - Customization: In this screencast tutorial I cover how to customize the built in wiki website. We cover the different options in each of the menus that allow you to make the built in website your own.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 26Connect iOS to WebDAV: In this screencast I cover how to connect your iOS devices to your server via WebDAV to access files on your server. I cover how to set up your server to enable WebDAV access for both file sharing and the built in wiki. I also cover how to access those files through applications on your iOS device.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 27Remote Server Management: In this screencast I cover a few ways to connect to your hosted server remotely. I cover how to connect to your server through the Server App itself, through the built in screen sharing, and through VNC.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 28Work Group Manager: In this screencast I cover Apple's supplemental application for managing your directory called Work Group Manager. I cover how to download and log into the application. I also cover the users and groups section and the various changes you can make using the app.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 29] :Work Group Manager Preferences: In this screencast I go over the available preferences settings in Work Group Manager. I cover how to use WGM as another way to set your profiles instead of using Profile Manager for your users, groups, devices, and device groups.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 30SSH Basics: In this screencast I cover how to use SSH to connect to your server. I cover how to connect to your server, browse your file structure, upload and download files from your server using the terminal.

- OS X Mountain Lion Server - Part 31 Secure FTP: In this screencast I cover how to connect to your server using the Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP). I go over how to set up SFTP, how to connect to it using terminal and an external FTP client called Forklift. I also show you how to easily transfer files between your hosted Mac Mini and your local client machine.


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