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Yesterday at 07:45 pm
So I just noticed there's a gallery add-on for Jcink. I'm quite happy about this. However, for the "
Groups allowed to add images to this gallery?" part, could it be possible to limit this to just the individual creating the gallery, itself? I know there's members out there who would want a gallery only they could contribute to (and making a member group just for one and/or a handful of people seems like it'd be more work than what it would be worth).
Feb 17 2017, 09:30 PM
Is it possible to totally customize the age restriction text ? Obviously still have the age confirmation drop downs there, but otherwise completely customize the message? I know you can add text to the beginning to the standard message.
Feb 12 2017, 09:34 PM
So I try to click on "BDSM chatter" (which is category 2), and it takes me to the new home page of the site (I used the web page maker to create a custom home page for the site). I want to see just the category (c=2) NOT the new home page. Help?
The admin CP link to the new welcome page is "act=Pages&pid=5"
I do just the site (http://lyko.jcink.net), i get the welcome page.
I try to click on BDSM chatter (c=2), and it takes me to the new welcome page T_TEDIT
This is happening with ALL of the categories. It keeps wanting to go to the new home page
Feb 8 2017, 07:15 PM
*if this is best fit elsewhere, feel free to move!*
1. I know "obscenity" could potentially be a problematic thing for Jcink Premium, since it allows adult content. I checked the premium TOS and nothing on there mentions anything about "obscenity" (I'm going by Miller's Test (court case in the 1970s) that defined "obscene":
|The Miller test was developed in the 1973 case Miller v. California. It has three parts:|
Whether "the average person, applying contemporary community standards", would find that the work, taken as a whole, appeals to the prurient interest,
Whether the work depicts or describes, in a patently offensive way, sexual conduct or excretory functions specifically defined by applicable state law,
Whether the work, taken as a whole, lacks serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value.
The work is considered obscene only if all three conditions are satisfied.
So basically my question here is this, is there anything that keeps Jcink Premium users safe from someone wanting to file a lawsuit against "obscenity" if their site has material on it that could be considered "obscene", even with the age restriction/minimum active on the site?
2. If you buy a domain for your site, I'm guessing you still get the regular Jcink admin CP access to it? I've been debating about this, but have been unsure of how the site CP might change if I buy a domain and give it to a Jcink site that I have been working. I've NEVER bought a domain before for any site, so I'm totally new to how all of this works (domain stuff) ^^;