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Donations 1.01

Posted by wishcraft on 2011/3/16 12:56:48 (2979 reads) | Posted on Modules
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Donations 1.01

Donations is a module for recieving donations on your website, it uses the XPayment gateway to ensure you have all the options you need to bill donations through XPayment. XPayment plugin included.

Donations will allow you to assign users to a particular group when they make a donations, it has target and period cycle as well as using a block or form entry to allow your clients to make a donation to your website. It requires XPayment 1.29 or later.

Features:
  • XPayment Plugin
  • Donation Group
  • Profile Module date field


Download: xoops2.5_donations_1.01.zip - 40Kb
Mirror: xoops2.5_donations_1.01.zip - 40Kb
Demo: http://xoops.demo.chronolabs.coop


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Looking at the demo site, the admin section of this module doesn't look right. It looks like a table shimmed on top of the normal control panel, which normally I would not expect to be visible.

The same thing appears under the XPayment module.
Published: 2011/3/16 15:53 • Updated: 2011/3/16 15:53
Hi wish!

One suggestion, you can put two select, one for value next to another for currency
Published: 2011/3/16 16:47 • Updated: 2011/3/16 16:47
Ian, it seems like this is the new GUI for Simon's modules, which I think, is a step back in user friendliness, as it is quite confusing. I thought, it was a bug, when I first saw it.

I hope, Simon will rethink and change the Admin GUI for these modules to something more user friendly.

As we are currently converting several modules to XOOPS 2.5.0 GUI, it would be good if other modules would follow, so we can stay consistent, and make it easier for our users.
Published: 2011/3/18 16:11 • Updated: 2011/3/18 16:11
Perhaps it is better to keep as it is and start looking at X3 new structure.
If you have enough time and energy, that's fine, you can make a 2.4 version, 2.5 version, then X3.
Published: 2011/3/18 19:27 • Updated: 2011/3/18 19:27
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I thought, it was a bug, when I first saw it.


What exactly is this? GUI Bug, I don't quite follow.. perhaps it is a bug, are you talking about how the control panel loads below the form interface, well you can always wrap the new GUI on there, I am trying to round off the final modules for linear support before i sit down with a few good books and learn zend so i can write these all then in X3
Published: 2011/3/19 8:13 • Updated: 2011/3/19 8:13
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Perhaps it is better to keep as it is and start looking at X3 new structure.
If you have enough time and energy, that's fine, you can make a 2.4 version, 2.5 version, then X3.


As i said before i have to learn Zend first to make sure this new structure works for awhile, i need to buy some books and reading material on zend which I will do in the next week or two.. Any suggestion of titles phppp?
Published: 2011/3/19 8:15 • Updated: 2011/3/19 8:15
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are you talking about how the control panel loads below the form interface,

Yes.
I think, it's a step back in user friendliness, especially for first time users.

After installation, this is what I am getting:

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Now what should the user do, especially since all the other modules have a clear "module Admin GUI"?

Plus, no other module shows Control Panel in their Admin, so the user might think that he is still in the Control Panel, and xPayment is buggy and is not able to properly display its Admin GUI. That at least what I thought.

Our goal should be to make it easier for users to find their way around the module, not making it harder.
Published: 2011/3/19 8:55 • Updated: 2011/3/19 8:55
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Plus, no other module shows Control Panel in their Admin, so the user might think that he is still in the Control Panel, and xPayment is buggy and is not able to properly display its Admin GUI. That at least what I thought.

Our goal should be to make it easier for users to find their way around the module, not making it harder.


Very very nice your resume Mamba, so it must be
Published: 2011/3/19 9:28 • Updated: 2011/3/19 9:28