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  1. Scotty HT: 1-0 FT: 2-1 1st Scorer ICT: Keatings 1st Scorer Ayr: Anderson CDN Girl HT: 0-1 FT: 1-1 1st Scorer ICT: Welsh 1st Scorer Ayr: Walsh SOS HT: 0-0 FT: 1-0 1st Scorer ICT: Kennedy 1st Scorer Ayr: Smith
  2. Scotty: East Fife @ 2.10 CDN Girl: Stenny @ 2.05 SOS: QOS @ 2.60
  3. I will take a look at the error logs when i get the chance and see if it throws up any clues to the login issue to the site. DD - I also dont have issue logging into PL either. Try the direct link and see if that helps : . I note the page says its not secure so i need to check which items are not using https but it does allow me to login. See this page to reset password if all else fails. . This is of course different than your site password as its not integrated. Note - the script for this is now abandoned by the creator and I do see some issues with it as we have kept our PHP and SQL versions up to date. I may be able to fix this or may not but will not devote a huge amount of time as there is only 7 of us in the competition this year.
  4. Nothing changed in that time although I did have to renew the certificate for our stats portion of the site. The login state is managed by cookies so the best advice - as always in this situation - is to clear the cookies on your browser for and then log back in. The login info should be stored in a cookie called ips4_loggedin and has a simple 0 or 1 for value.
  5. Scotty HT: 0-0 FT: 0-0 1st Scorer ICT: Sutherland 1st Scorer Pars: O'Hara CDN Girl HT: 1-0 FT: 1-2 1st Scorer ICT: Keatings 1st Scorer Pars: Murray SOS HT: 0-1 FT: 1-1 1st Scorer ICT: Todorov 1st Scorer Pars: McManus
  6. Scotty : Airdrie @ 1.80 CDN Girl : Morton @ 1.83 SOS : Cowdenbeath @ 2.10
  7. The club just announced their streaming info. Seems pretty reasonable to me ..... Following two successful test events in the last 14 days, the club is pleased to be able to announce our new live streaming partnership with StreamAMG which is in conjunction with the SPFL and Pixellot. This exciting new partnership means that ICTFC will utilise live footage supplied by the newly installed Pixellot camera system installed at Caledonian Stadium. The Pixellot system uses cameras with in-built, AI, ball-tracking technology to produce live HD footage of all home SPFL Championship matches at Caledonian Stadium, which will then be broadcast directly to ICTFC Season Ticket holders and those purchasing a PPV match via a centrally operated streaming platform at StreamAMG. ICTFC Season Ticket holders will receive an email from the club into their club registered email address at the beginning of next week and this email will include an individual personalised code, exclusive to the Season Ticket seat you have. This exclusive code will allow you to log in to ICTTV on match days to view our home games live and as they happen. The email will include instructions on how to access our live streamed home matches online it and will also include a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) and Answers to help the smooth operation of our opening home championship game next week against Ayr United. Details of how those Caley Jags fans without a Season Ticket will be able purchase a PPV game day ticket will also be released next week. These single match tickets will be priced at £9.99
  8. Would be a welcome distraction I am sure 🙂
  9. Let me put a little flesh on the bones of what TM4TJ is referencing to help users know if they can help. First and foremost, we are always interested to hear from people with knowledge or expertise in PHP, SQL, or CSS. I can get there in the end but I would not call myself an expert! Right now I could do with some assistance in different areas of the site in each of those 3 areas. Can go into more detail with anyone who is interested. This is all behind the scenes stuff for site aesthetics or to make some of the integrated software work better and not front-facing stuff like match reports or writing. For the front-facing stuff, here's a little more info: League tables This is fairly simple as it just involves adding the league results as they come in. We have a program where this data is entered and it takes about a minute or two. On a scale of difficulty 1-10 its about a 1. Results Same as for the tables. We have a program where the ICT results are added and although it takes a bit more effort and requires more data like team lines, opposition players/managers etc it is still pretty straightforward. It is important this data is entered correctly as this forms the basis of our stats. Its maybe a 3 or 4 on the difficulty scale, not because of complexity but because it takes a little longer and requires attention to detail. Player bios This uses the same database as the results/stats. Its one of those things that needs constant attention as we hope to keep player bios and their careers up to date even if a player is no longer at ICT. Within the player bios there is the option to show other teams played for and/or international caps. I feel this would be a good fit for anyone interested in the threads about former ICT players scoring or making appearances as these could all be added to the profile data. It could also be multiple people with different areas of focus. Also looking for many photos here. Strips This is a new one added this year. I was playing around with the stats code behind the scenes and managed to get this section more or less working so now we are looking for images (photos) of all our various kits and - more crucially - 3D renderings of them (or someone who could create them). I know my limitations and that goes beyond them. The idea is to bring this page into the current century! If we cant get 3D style renderings like then someone to help with 2D versions like would be equally great. If anyone is interested, let me know and I can give more examples or info. PotY poll Previews Reports Matchday stuff For each of the bullets above we have templates or previous examples that can be used each week to help format the data. The big ones are the previews and reports. Is ideally suited to those who like writing or want to practice these skills. Bottom line - as TM4TJ says - there is an almost infinite number of areas where we need help or are willing to listen to suggestions for new features users may be interested in. 'lurkers' who read the site but never post are also welcome to come forward and help .. you can remain in the background 🙂 EDITED TO ADD Programme Covers If anyone has programme covers they can scan for any season we can also add these to the matches. like this image on the right. Size should be max 600x800 pixels and preferably jpg format.
  10. For once the Scotland game was live on telly here ... was looking forward to seeing how Ryan Christie did only to find out yesterday he was out of the squad as a close contact of Armstrong. Nice result in the end but that was a hard watch.
  11. Scotty HT: 1-0 FT: 3-0 1st Scorer ICT: Sutherland 1st Scorer Hearts: Walker CDN Girl HT: 0-0 FT: 1-1 1st Scorer ICT: Keatings 1st Scorer Hearts: Wighton SOS HT: 0-1 FT: 2-1 1st Scorer ICT: Storey 1st Scorer Hearts: Boyce
  12. What I dont get, and why I gave a confused emoji on the original post by @RiG was the club already upgraded their infrastructure, equipment and bandwidth when we were in the Premiership? I get it that we may have cancelled/downgraded the contract for the streaming services / monthly bandwidth but did the previous regime also sell the family silver in terms of the equipment?
  13. Scotty


    If we stuck that between North/South Kessock you could probably drive in one end and out the other
  14. because you hit the return key to try and add line spacing likely .... If you want to do that hold down the SHIFT key and hit return.
  15. That's the thing … there's a lot more to successful streaming than people think. Various folk that were at the club whilst we were in the Premiership worked hard to have the technical aspects approved/upgraded then implemented and did manage to put together a pretty good setup. If we still have the same infrastructure in place and we decide to run with it then our home matches should be pretty decent I would have thought as our in-house commentary team last time we tried were a good bunch. Also depends on the broadcaster though. Back then we were able to tap into the raw feed from BBC/SKY etc. and overlay commentary. If that's the same then all bodes well. Biggest issue might be bandwidth costs and that's why many may fail (or not bother) … if you don't pay for decent bandwidth, you get crappy streaming, lag, buffering all that nonsense .. but bandwidth costs money and good bandwidth cost more money so its a balancing act between service and cost.