I have a problem with my forum because the <Add new comment> function doesn't appear. I specify that I tried being logged or not and also I created an other user to test my forum. Do you have a solution??
Thanks a lot
Apologies if you are receiving this issue a second time. Last time when I tried to send it wanted me to log in again but wouldn't accept my details, then vanished.
I am trying to import a biological classification from EOL so I can get something ready for the group. I get the following message:
'The EOL classification service (http://services.eol.org/lifedesk/service.php) does not appear to be running. Please try again later.'
I get the same message if I try the GBIF option and have been trying for a couple of weeks, icluding deleting the page and creating a new one in case I had introduced a bug somehow.
I searched your help pages but found no clue for solving this
I appreciate any help you may offer - or a help link that I have missed.
On the Appearance tab, I get this message:
There are updates available for your version of Drupal. To ensure the proper functioning of your site, you should update as soon as possible. See the available updates page for more information.
There are updates available for one or more of your modules or themes. To ensure the proper functioning of your site, you should update as soon as possible. See the available updates page for more information.
When I click on "available updates", I get "access denied"
The "Media (URL)" field could create images that reference remote files, rather than downloading them locally. Possibly investigate making this change.
The "Media URL" header (and possibly others) appears in red which suggests it is required, when actually it is not.
Feature #4367 (Active): Display restricted images in the gallery to users that have permission to...
If an image is associated with a private group, and has also been moved to the private folder, it is excluded from the media gallery page. It should instead be included if the user viewing the gallery has permission to view the image.