We’ve released our first YouTube video; a Tutorial and Guide to IRC We’re excited to announce that we’ve released our first IRC4Fun YouTube video that explains what IRC is, how to get on IRC, how to do things on IRC, what is X or CService, IRC rumors, and more! If
Adding Web Chat to your site, or links, etc. is now even easier! We’ve unveiled a new page for Channel Founders or users to use to be able to implant Web Chat iframes, buttons, text-links and more; to be able to use on their own websites to generate more users
Did you know that you can add a direct link to your IRC4Fun channel on your website? You can add a link to your website that will take your users to the Kiwi IRC webchat for your channel — and it is super simple! If you want to add a
We’re saddened to inform that the Iris Webchat IRC client is no longer available on IRC4Fun. The Atheme/Iris project’s development has stalled/discontinued at this point, and with it being a less secure option, we recommend using the Kiwi IRC webchat links for webchat to IRC4Fun. (They are already all over
As of today, all users using the IRC4Fun WebChat (iris) will be connected to IRC4Fun via SSL (secure) connections. This will better ensure new guests’ privacy as well as IRC4Fun users that prefer or have to use the WebChat at work or in public or non-secured networks. We’ve also fixed the Login to Services
We’ve compiled a list of our most active channels that are geared towards individual interests in order to help New or visiting users better enjoy their chatting/gaming experiences. Channels wishing to be added should contact siniStar for more information. Click Here to view the Recommended Channels page.
On October 26th, 2011 at 12am CST, the machine hosting various IRC4Fun servers and services will undergo maintenance and a quick restart. During this time, Glory.IRC4Fun.net, S and our Webpage/Webchat will be unavailable until restarted. We appreciate your patience — don’t worry; it should be a fairly quick process.
We’re still upgrading our services to better suit our clients. We’ve switched from qwebirc to iris, in order to provide a more stabilized webchat experience. Also, we’ve fixed the “Add webchat to your site” function that was previously not allowing users to link their webchats to their websites — so
We’re excited to announce a new US server (Glory.*) joined IRC4Fun, administered by siniStar! This server will expand the service offerings provided by IRC4Fun and is a welcome addition! With it came our new WebChat (using Flash instead of Java) We know our users will be thrilled to part with