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ocPortal has been relaunched as Composr CMS, which is now in beta. ocPortal 9 will be superseded by Composr 10.

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Fan in training

From the home page when I try to add a topic in the active topics box I get the error

A Critical Parameter ,id, was missing.

Also can someone tell me how to give super-members access to the HTML button when posting in the forums ?


Help please !


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Hi,

This is a bug, and is caused by a non-existent forum name being referenced in the main parameter to the main_forum_topics block. We'll get that fixed, but you should be able to workaround via changing to an existing forum.

The 'html' button not showing up is arguably a bug too. It's only shown if the member has 'Use dangerous Comcode' permission but should really show if they have just the 'Subject to a more liberal HTML filter' permission.
Again though, you are probably ok to turn on 'Use dangerous Comcode' for super-members if you can trust them.


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