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New Feature "Landing"/Static Pages
The idea is to have "special" landing pages. What I mean by this is, we have a "your account is banned" message, but what if we could make it unique by editing the entire look and feel of the page. So meaning, we would have a banned.html structure or twig. This will allow the site to be really customizable besides just editing a message.

My idea is to have the following pages that can be "edited":

-Suspended (Temp Ban/Account lock)
-Error 404 (everyone loves custom 404 pages)

In the ACP it would be a new setting called "Static Pages" and it would have each "category" to be able to point to a folder/file/image.

So when you put the site in maintenance,  instead of a basic message, you could have it direct to sitedown.html which would display instead of the generic message/layout.

Same with the banned message and when the account is locked/suspended.

This would also compliment the suggested "Add New Page" feature where we can create custom pages from the ACP. 

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(08-12-2018, 07:40 AM)Zaqre Wrote: My idea is to have the following pages that can be "edited":

-Suspended (Temp Ban/Account lock)

These would be the same template. It's a check if you're banned or not, not two queries to ascertain if you're banned or not and then how long for.

(08-12-2018, 07:40 AM)Zaqre Wrote: -Error 404 (everyone loves custom 404 pages)

Technically possible now. Assuming a not found page is a 404 header, through .htaccess (or nginx config) you can make a custom error page.
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IMO this is out of MyBB's scope (if I've understood this suggestion correctly) and just supports the idea of bloating the software.
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