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#1 Posted on: Yesterday 13:30 Re: Latest XOOPS Tag & Cumulus Tag Module ?
By the way - the version of XOOPS Tag module that Mamba posted above no longer requires the Cumulus module. This version of XOOPS Tag includes a cloud (cumulus) block.

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#2 Posted on: Yesterday 11:32 Re: Adding Search function to our Website
To find any errors that might lead us to the problem type a term in the search block and click the Search button. At the bottom of the page click on the "Error(s)" link and then let us know what is displayed. The output you showed us above is the SQL query that was made on your homepage instead of any error(s).

Since I can't remember if 2.0.16 administration panel displayed the system information the easiest way to find the PHP version is to do the following:
Create a file on your system with a text editor. You can call it anything but for simplicity just call it phpinfo.php with the following contents:

<?php phpinfo();


Upload this to the root folder (directory) on your web server using either an ftp client or your web server control panel (cpanel, etc). Go to your website and then type:

http://{YourWebsite}/phpinfo.php


A report of your PHP configuration will be displayed. The PHP version is displayed near the beginning. It might be useful for you to print this out in case you need it later.

Important: DELETE the phpinfo.php file from your webserver. This file can give a potential hacker useful information if you leave it for anyone to find.

You can find the version of the module (mastop-publish) by looking at the Admin panel > Module page. Please report the PHP and module versions back here so we can see if there's either a known problem or help you "dive in" to find the problem. I looked at the current version of mastop-publish and does support search.

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#3 Posted on: Yesterday 3:32 Re: Latest XOOPS Tag & Cumulus Tag Module ?
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Where can i find the latest version of these modules


1. XOOPS Tag
2. Cumulus Tag


Fork it, or just click on the "Download Zip" button...

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#4 Posted on: Yesterday 3:24 Re: Want to help
Testing is always very important, but right now I would love everybody to focus on Documentation, especially from the User point of view - see this thread

Cifug, thank you so much for your offer to help! It is very much appreciated!

Could you help with Documentation?

You can read about our "Documentation Process", and then you can download or fork the "XOOPS Gitbook StarterKit"

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#5 Posted on: 2/4 21:19 Re: Adding Search function to our Website
Thanks for helping, Im new to Xoops so bear with me!
Answers are;
Version 1
PHP - Not sure where I can find this info
Global Search - Yes enabled

Debug-6 errors shows;
SELECT * FROM xoops_config WHERE (conf_modid = '0' AND conf_catid = '1') ORDER BY conf_order ASC
SELECT sess_data FROM xoops_session WHERE sess_id = 'XXX'
SELECT * FROM xoops_users WHERE uid=1
SELECT * FROM xoops_modules WHERE dirname = 'system'
SELECT * FROM xoops_configcategory
SELECT * FROM xoops_group_permission WHERE (gperm_name = 'module_admin' AND gperm_modid = '1' AND (gperm_groupid = '1' OR gperm_groupid = '2'))

Does this help? Thanks

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#6 Posted on: 2/4 20:30 Re: Want to help
Cifug,

I truly appreciated the help with MyLinks debug. It is always good to have the additional help. I'm sure Mamba has a list of things that need to be tested - but if not, then I have a few things that I just haven't been able to get around to fully testing for release.

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#7 Posted on: 2/4 20:21 Re: Adding Search function to our Website
There's a couple of things that we need to know in order to help:

What version of the mastop-publish module are you using for your products?

What version of PHP are you using?

I assume that Global search is enabled? To verify go to Admin Menu > Preferences > Search Options and make sure that 'Enable global searches?' is set to Yes.

Have you tried turning on debug to see if there's any errors showing? To do this go to Admin Menu > Preferences > General Settings and make sure that "Debug Mode" is set to "Enable Debug (inline mode)" to be able to see errors at the bottom of the page.

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#8 Posted on: 2/4 18:36 Re: Adding Search function to our Website
Hi,
I have activated the search which now shows on the website, but when searching product codes no results show??

Could you please advise how to fix this?

Thanks

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#9 Posted on: 2/4 9:59 Want to help
I have been a Xoopser for quite a while and 90% of the websites I build are Xoops websites. I would love to contribute but I have never really got into it. I did a test project on MyLinks with Zyspec and he was really cool but I think I may have been a little over excited and maybe a little annoying. But I really enjoyed the whole process and experience. I'm not a coder and I don't understand PHP and the whole thing that makes it work, but I know a little bit of html and I have W3Schools at my doorstep (which I love and use a lot). I don't have any php experience and to be honest I don't even like it but love it at the same time. I only have a few hours a week to spare but I would love to spend those hours productively. This is my shitty resume, hope to get a job LOL

Cheers,
Marty

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#10 Posted on: 2/4 0:09 Re: Adding Search function to our Website
Hi,
Thanks, I checked and this block does not appear in my administration menu?
Could clarify how this can be done.

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