Submission Settings

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Variable Default Value Description
storysubmission 1 Enable (1) or disable (0) the story submission queue
linksubmission 1 Enable (1) or disable (0) the link submission queue
eventsubmission 1 Enable (1) or disable (0) the event submission queue
usersubmission 1 Enable (1) or disable (0) the user submission queue (i.e. new users must be approved before they receive their password)
allow_domains When user submission is enabled this can contain a comma-separated list of domain names from which user submissions will not be queued (but approved automatically).
Example: ','
notification array() Send an email notification to $_CONF['site_email'] when a new story, link, or event has been submitted or a new user has registered with the site. The array() can hold any combination of the strings 'story', 'link', 'event', and 'user' (separated by commas), depending on which notification(s) you want.
Example: array('story','user'); would send notifications when a new story has been submitted or a new user has registered. No notifications would be sent for new links or events.
listdraftstories 0 When set to 1, this will display an additional block on the submissions page (moderation.php) that lists all the stories that have the 'draft' flag set.
postmode plaintext Sets the default submission mode to 'html' or 'plaintext'
speedlimit 45 Minimum delay between submissions in seconds. This helps prevent Denial of Service (DOS) attacks
skip_preview 0 If 1, allows submission of stories and comments without previewing (i.e. the submission form will always have a Preview and a Submit button).
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