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    Hello everyone, I'm pleased to announce an update to our Community Forums. We've been working hard on this for a little while now so we hope you enjoy the new features. This is the start of something new! Thanks to @Legobuilder0813 for creating the plugin. Server to Forums Link The main feature with this update is the ability to link your Minecraft account with your forums account. So here is how you link your account: Login into the server type /link <email address you apply with on the forums> You'll then be instructed to head over to your Forum Profile Down the left-hand side you'll see a profile box called 'Minecraft Account' and there you'll see a random six-figure number Now type /link confirm <six-figure number> you should then get a confirmation message ingame that your account has been successfully linked. Congratulations you can now fully access the forums. With this update, the old 'Members' Group will have limited access to the forums such posting restrictions. So its recommended that you follow the above steps. Plus your new ranks will give you a fancy new feature. Continue reading to find out more! Clubs Ever fancied having your own mini-website? or ever wanted your own forums? Well, now you can with a new feature called Clubs. Clubs will allow you to create your own sub-communities within our forums. Depending on your rank you'll be able to create different types of Clubs. Each Club will have a 'Club Leader' who then, in turn, can nominate 'Club Moderators'. Club Leaders and Club Moderators only affect the Club that they are assigned too. The permissions do not allow you access to the Forum Moderator Permissions. Please note all Palace Moderators and above override the Club Permission system and therefore can Moderate/Administer any Club! Four types of Club are available: Public clubs Clubs that anyone can see and participate in without joining. All Ranks can create Public Clubs. Open club Clubs that anyone can see and join. All Ranks can create Open Clubs. Closed club Clubs that anyone can see in the directory, but joining must be approved by a Club Leader or Club Moderator. Non-club-members who view the club will only see the member list - not the recent activity or content areas. Only Noble and above can create Closed Clubs. Private club Clubs that do not show in public, and users must be invited by a Club Leader or Club Moderator. No one can create Private Clubs. To access Clubs head over to the Community Tab > Clubs If you would like more information on Clubs head over to this link, here Any Clubs that violate Palace Network Rules and Regulations will be removed without warning with possible restrictions placed on the User.
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    What would you like to see happen in this group? Got some suggestions? Post them below!
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    /ban cjh66 well im majestic not noble-_- get good
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    /ban cjh66 blues my favorite color
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    One weekend closer to CHWISTMASS
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    It's in the season, also /ban techwolves uhhhh.... not really sure
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    You should all totally join my 'Development Corner' Club!
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    I have had quite a few messages on discord recently about programming and where it is best to start. So I thought I would make a quick thread explaining what the main programming languages people learn and what they’re used for. I’m not going to tell you which ones you should start with as everyone are different in how they want to learn things because some languages are a lot more complex than others. There are so many different programming languages and frameworks out there it can be hard to choose which one is best for you to achieve your end goal. Some of the most common languages are: HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) Javascript PhP Python Java C++ I myself started with HTML/CSS then moved onto Javascript to be able to create bukkit plugins. I then lost interested with plugins and decided to focus more on front end web development. To start with you need to ask yourself why do you want to start programming and what sort of projects do you want to start doing. This then will ultimately decide which language is for you. So let’s jump straight in! Python Python seems to be the language a lot of people starting out in programming start off with. This is because it’s a rather simple language, fun and you don’t need to worry about strict syntax rules. School’s especially love it. Python reads like normal English so there is no need to worry about trying to decode your code to make it make sense. Python is ideal for web development; graphic user interfaces (GUIs) and software development. In fact Python was used to create YouTube, Instagram and Spotify. C# Known as C Sharp, C# is apart of the ‘C’ Programming Family which is a general purpose language. Learning ‘C’ is one of the more difficult languages due to most other languages are implemented into it. Once you learn ‘C’ it’s a lot easier to learn C# and C++. Java Java is an object-oriented and feature-heavy programming language that’s in high demand. It’s been built under the premise of “Write once, run anywhere,” meaning that it can be written on any device and work cross-platform. It’s often used in Android and iOS app development and forms the bases of the Android operating system. Top employers for Java include Amazon, Ebay and IBM. While it may not be as easy to pick up as Python, Java is a high-level language, and so it’s still relatively beginner-friendly. However, it has a slow startup and will take beginners much longer to deploy their first project. JavaScript JavaScript is another very popular programming language. Websites such as Twitter, Google, Spotify and Facebook use JavaScript. It is a must have when creating interactive website because it communicates extremely well with HTML and CSS. Therefore, it makes it essential for front-end development and consumer-facing websites. Additionally, because of JavaScript’s popularity it’s becoming a leading backbone in frameworks such as Angular, Protractor and NodeJS. One of the great things about JavaScript is that you don’t need to install anything as it’s built into browsers. Like Java, JavaScript isn’t as easy to learn as Python. Ruby Ruby is very similar to Python in that it’s an easier language to learn, easier to read, you don’t need to know any programming vocabulary to learn it nor do you need any experience. Ruby is becoming ever more popular because of a full-stack framework called Ruby on Rails. Airbnb, Groupon, Hulu and Soundcloud are built with Ruby on Rails. HTML/CSS Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the standard markup language for creating web pages and web applications. With Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and JavaScript, it forms a base of technologies for the World Wide Web. Most people have heard of HTML/CSS so I’m not really going to explain what its uses are. Other If you’re after learning a specific language to do specific things, see the below a list of common languages for development. Operating Systems iOS -> Swift or Objective-C. macOS -> Objective-C or Swift Windows -> C# Android -> Java. The C++ language can be used for some applications on all these platforms. Frameworks ElectronJS – Developed by GitHub this language encompasses Node.JS and Chromium for cross platform desktop development. Software that uses ElectronJS includes Discord, Microsoft VS Code, Skype, Twitch.TV and WhatsApp. As it uses Chromium, which is the source code for Google Chrome, you are in theory creating a Chrome based application. Angular, formally AngularJS – Is an open-source TypeScript framework created and maintained by Google. TypeScript being a superset to JavaScript but maintained by Microsoft. Angular is a modular based language which instead of running server side it runs client side so it is quicker and more responsive. Angular is by far my favourite framework and I know it is @Flaks too. A lot of our applications for Palace that are web based use or will be using Angular instead of PHP because Angular is easier to read and understand. There are many frameworks out there, these are 2 frameworks that are becoming ever so popular. Summary In this guide I have only listed a few languages and frameworks, there are hundreds more out there for you to discover and play around with. When I started learning I didn't know where to start until I started playing around with some and then deciding what one I wanted to focus on, which turned out to be HTML/CSS, and then process from there. If anyone has any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me on Discord or use the group!
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    Make sure you all link your accounts is gain full access to the forums!
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    Its been on our list too do since we moved forums hosting. It took us a while to implement as we have other things to update and we had to learn a new API
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    Hello everyone, For those who do not know me, my name is Vidsify and I am one of the Web Developers here at Palace Network working alongside @Flakenstine. We would like to gather feedback and suggestions from the community about what you guys would like to see in terms of Web Development. We have a new concept we're working on, however we're not ready to announce it yet as its in the early stages of development. I can assure you though you are all going to love it! Please use this thread to post your suggestions that you would like to see changed, added or removed from a web perspective. Your feedback means a lot and at the end of the day we're creating content for you all to enjoy so we want your feedback so we can do just that! If you have any questions please tag me in your reply.
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    /ban cjh66 you’re name is light blue, and I don’t like light blue.
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    /ban techwolves are you a wolf who makes tech? Guess what? You can't zippity-do-dat now e.e

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