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1.
Choose member
إختر عضو
Translated and reviewed by computeristgeek on 2011-08-01
Located in [strings]CHOOSE_MEMBER
2.
Choose action
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Located in [strings]CHOOSE_ACTION
3.
Action logs (audit trail)
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Located in [strings]VIEW_ACTION_LOGS
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The action log will allow you to trace what actions have been performed on the site; and where given, the reasons for doing them. This log gives a combined view of submission, administration, and moderation actions, and provides integration with the tracing and IP banning modules, as well as submitter banning of its own.
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Located in [strings]DOC_ACTION_LOG
5.
Banning IP addresses is useful to totally remove a user's ability to access the site; unfortunately, users can very easily switch IP addresses. More information about IP addresses is given in the "IP addresses and tracking users" tutorial.
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Located in [strings]DOC_IPBAN
6.
Banned IP addresses
عناوين الIP المحظورة
Translated and reviewed by computeristgeek on 2011-08-01
Located in [strings]BANNED_ADDRESSES
7.
You may ban IP addresses from accessing this website using this tool.
يمكنك حظر عناوين الIP من الوصول لهذا الموقع بإستخدام هذه الأداة.
Translated and reviewed by computeristgeek on 2011-08-01
Located in [strings]DESCRIPTION_BANNED_ADDRESSES_A
8.
Each line of the text box below indicates an IP address that should be banned. Wildcards may be used. You may enter a note to the right of each address if you wish.
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Located in [strings]DESCRIPTION_BANNED_ADDRESSES_B
9.
IP address bans restrict access to the website on a low level. Be careful to [url="know an IP address"]{1}[/url] before you ban it to avoid inadvertently banning a shared computer/Internet-gateway. Please also be advised that [abbr="Internet Service Provider"]ISP[/abbr]-assigned addresses are often not fixed: a computer's IP address might vary substantially from one day to the next.\n\nAddresses may contain ‘wildcards’ (asterisks) between dotted segments to symbolise that any number in that segment will match.\n\nIt is usual to have an asterisk as the final (fourth) part, as a user's IP address is very likely to change in that final component and at the same time it is very unlikely that wildcarding that last portion would result in any unintended bans. This said, extreme care is advised using wildcards at other points.
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Located in [strings]IP_BANNING_WILDCARDS
10.
IP address bans
Context:
[strings]IP_BANS
عناوين الIP المحظورة
Translated and reviewed by computeristgeek on 2011-08-01
Located in [strings]IP_BANS
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