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An online tshock server manager interface. Fully manage your server from the website, anywhere.
I think that was the problem. It didn't seem to work when I did 127.0.0.1, is this intended?
127.0.0.1 is not the server IP, that is your localhost address. You need to use your public IP if you want others to be able to join your server. You'll need to do some research online to get a better understanding of how this works. You can see your current IP by searching "IP" on google.
It would appear that liking a server is still broken (for me at least).
Tried to like a server after 2 months of not touching the site, got "You must wait 24 hours..."
Awesome Script, i'm really impressed.
Sugesstion: Would it be possible to generate a HTML/PHP Code to list online players direct on the website?
Yes, I am aware this isn't my ip.
I just figured that the site would allow me to use my localhost one.
My port is indeed open and people can join my server, but it still doesn't seem to work, I've tried many different ips and ways and it still doesn't work.
Also, when I try to press "edit" and I press confirm, it never edits, it stays how it used to be.
Do I have to port forward my rest API port? That could be the issue.
EDIT: Doesn't seen to be, I portforwarded 7878 and it still didn't work.
Yes, it is a little buggy sometimes. I am working on this, but I have not had a chance to finish and upload the new code. Basically, it checks your IP against a blacklist and sometimes it get's some false positives. I am working on a better way to prevent spam/bots, I'm trying to avoid using a CAPTCHA.
Thank you! Yes, It's on my to-do list to give you guys the ability to place a text based feed on your own site and also customize the banner with your own background image.
That is not necessarily YOUR IP. If you use 127.0.0.1 then it would look at tserverweb.com for the terraria server.. since that's the "local host". You would need to open both the server port and the API port, yes. You need to use your public IP, not localhost, or your private IP.
Read more about localhost here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/127.0.0.1
What's your public IP address? http://whatismyipaddress.com/
Check if the ports are open: http://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/open-ports/
For what its worth, this already exists, and his for some time.
Maybe he meant like as an HTML element or image? That would be cool.
Cool, I got it working.
Something I was wondering, if someone else wanted access to this, would they have to use my account?
Is there a way to make it so they only have certain permissions from console, and do they need to use my account?
Also, sorry for the stress of my idiocy about this situation, my issue was the rest API port was not opened. (my bad)
It already exists? Than give me a link to something like that.
Use the search, it's there for a reason
Best part? I did, in the last thread you made requesting this. So now you get the warning points for not searching and being a troll.
Fixed a bug which prevented the user from being able to save the server profile information.
Home page now displays random server instead of just the featured server
Server profile page now also has BBCode pre-made for easy use
Liking a server now displays better error messages
TServerWeb now works with TShock 4.2 and Terraria 1.2!
I've updated the code when voting for a server from the server list. The user now get's a better error message and live status of the vote process while the vote is in progress. I also just fixed the bugs when editing the server groups and "healing all players" on tshock 4.2.
After adding your server, you can edit it to enable this option:
This is disabled by default.
Then this happens:
oh nice that's a cool addon..
are you still looking at adding other admin access accounts with security levels?