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Re: [Help]Profile module and recaptcha
  • 2013/7/5 7:47

  • deka87

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This is supposed to be a default option, isn't it? I have it on all of my websites.



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deka87
Re: ColorPicker for eForms?
  • 2013/1/14 15:53

  • deka87

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thanks guys, that's something towork with!



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deka87
Re: ColorPicker for eForms?
  • 2013/1/14 15:24

  • deka87

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Quote:
If you are asking for people to improve the module, perhaps you should rephrase your question :)


no, trabis, it's a long time me being here and i'm not a dreamer just wondering if anybody tried to do something similar to xforms or maybe know some tricks.



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Re: ColorPicker for eForms?
  • 2013/1/14 15:08

  • deka87

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Thanks for the answers guys. You always rock Xoops is like a Soviet Union. We are all longing for the delightful future (xoops 2.6 in our case) leaving everything behind (mean the support itself). Nothing negative, I've got a lyric mood



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ColorPicker for eForms?
  • 2013/1/14 7:13

  • deka87

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Hey guys,

Recently I came across this module called eForms. Despite of some issues (like one with captcha) it's a great module indeed. However, I need a new element to be embedded in a form - a colorpicker. Anybody tried to implement it there?

BR

Deka



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Xoops Twitter module
  • 2013/1/12 17:53

  • deka87

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Hey guys,

I came across a tutorial with examples and open code on how to make a working clone of twitter using php. I though if any of the xoops devs feels like it why not to try to port it to xoops to make a working twitter clone module? I think it may be demanded here.

Link: http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/htm ... -from-scratch-the-design/



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deka87
Re: Subscription / membership
  • 2013/1/6 13:44

  • deka87

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Quote:
I've updated in our SVN the Subscription module from ThirdEyeSoftware to XOOPS 2.5.5 GUI.

Download: either from our SVN directly, or from our File Repostiory


Good to read that, Mamba!



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Re: Subscription / membership
  • 2013/1/6 8:32

  • deka87

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biomech, why don't you use the Subscription module by ThirdEyeSoftware? It used to work alright with my latest Xoops install.



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Re: X2.6 new modules
  • 2012/12/31 14:48

  • deka87

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Quote:
Comments We need new comment system like WP. 2 point is important 1- Guests user can add his name / email / website and show his name in comment list 2- Use gravatar.com


I would prefer using social media profiles and openid, wp has some nice plugin examples doing that.


I agree with flipse. Also gravatar isn't really something in trend. "Login via FB or Twitter to comment" option would be preferable but not necessary. Instead Quote:
3- remove comment bar and add comment submit form
is a must to have feature nowadays in my and many other people opinion. This has been talked over many many times.
Mind anchors



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How we upgraded the job board website
  • 2012/11/24 16:01

  • deka87

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Hi there, xoopsers!

Since 2007 I've been running a translation jobs board website powered by Xoops. Language related job boards significantly differ from job boards of a general subject because the main criteria for job posters and freelancers is a language pair required. Thus none of the existing Xoops modules could be used for a job board as they are (jobs, catads, etc.). Previously I used a heavily hacked version of catads 1.4, but it had a lot of bugs and was not as flexible as I needed it to be. I needed something new and Andrey (andrey3761) from xoops.ws gave me a hand with that. Below are some of the modules and solutions he designed for me for the last 3 months that have made the website more flexible and user friendly:

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1. The Jobs module.

A brand new Jobs module has been created from the scratch. Now job posters can specify as many language pairs on a job posting page as they need with a new field made with ajax.

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Also we replaced a direct contact button with a Quotes system.

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To contact a job poster a user has to fill out a simple form with his pricing and deadlines information. Any user can be contacted via a new Contact me page imbedded in the Profile module (thus we don't reveal members emails that makes their profile pages more secure).

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2. The Notifications module.

I have over 10,000 subscribed members that need to be notified of new job postings matching their language criteria, specified in their profiles. Thus sometimes I face a situation when over 3,000 e-mails have to be sent out at once. I have a shared hosting that cannot handle so many e-mails at the same time. So we came up with a new Notifications module that collects all the e-mails which have to be sent (sorted by priorities to ensure important e-mail are sent first) in one place and sends them out by packs of about 200 emails at once every 10 minutes with use of cron. Thus we ensured all e-mails are sent and every subscribed user is contacted. I consider this module as one of the best things we could do for this website.

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3. eWallet system.

Any good website has to bring profit. We decided to create a xoops Wallet system where users could transfer their money to in order to buy some paid features. The easiest thing we could think of is to create a new "funds" field in the Profile module and use it as a "Wallet". This field cannot be edited by anybody but the webmaster. Andrey also adapted the xDonations module to write data to this field. So now if you "donate" 5 dollars to the website the same sum is added to your Wallet.

This is a short description of what has been done. I believe this proves what a flexible system Xoops is and helps those who hesitate decide if they want to use it or not.

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Link to the website: http://goo.gl/CzQN0

Once again, a great Thank you goes to Andrey for his dedication and great work!

Any feedback would be greatly appeciated!




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