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chco2
voted
  • 2014/6/20 10:12

  • chco2

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Just wanted to let you know I voted for xoops just now.
I could not post a comment/reply on your item. Not enough rights..



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chco2
Re: How to write an standard module for xoops (div table, pagination , sort, order)
  • 2013/10/27 9:09

  • chco2

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If you could make a simple example (or some simple examples) related to XOOPS, I think I have a really nice guide lying around that explains the concept of classes, so I'll see if I can whip it into something we can use here.



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chco2
Re: How to write an standard module for xoops (div table, pagination , sort, order)
  • 2013/10/24 23:41

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That is the way to go. Unfortunately writing classes drops a big percentage of (semi-)module developers. Classes aren't very difficult, but we should make hands-on examples, practical, on how to do this. And show that it isn't as hard as people think.
I also practice 2 much direct calls just to make my code easier to read, with classes, most of the times, you need to know how they work and what they are there for. And finding time is one of my biggest efforts. And after an intermission remembering the calls that need to be made.

Just my 2 cents ..



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chco2
Re: Module Recipe
  • 2013/10/9 15:26

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Hmm Are you looking for a Microblogger or something to post to twitter ?



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chco2
Re: theme's ... ?
  • 2013/10/7 17:35

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Best option would be to go to the news section and filter it by News about Themes. All the latest themes posted should work fine!



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chco2
Re: Publisher Module and Blog Theme
  • 2013/10/1 14:05

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Looks very nice indeed!



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chco2
Re: What Happened to the Mobile Theme?
  • 2013/9/30 23:38

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Quote:

xoobaru wrote:

Typically, a simple mobile them will be an elastic single column with header/footer where the menu items and various links get left justified and arranged in vertical order, and the area between header and footer gets replaced by module template, as selected by menu that is part of the header.

That could also be done using a responsive theme for both desktop and mobile.
What XOOPS France has made is basically a PHP script checking what browser is viewing the site and choose the specific Theme for it, giving the Admin more control of what content is showing.



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chco2
Re: What Happened to the Mobile Theme?
  • 2013/9/30 23:32

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Quote:

xoobaru wrote:
Quote:

I've created a mobile theme and it works like a charm.


I am having a conflict with the ways and means of doing this. As Cesag quoted Tatane, modules have their own html that carry forward into the XOOPS desktop theme, would modules not have to be mobile ready html templates as well (with mobile user agent awareness too)? Otherwise you would be shoehorning module html designed for desktop into a mobile XOOPS theme, which could have very ugly results. This is perhaps what you mean by administrator taking out....whatever.

True and yes that is what I meant.
Fortunately, not many modules use their own CSS files (and they shouldn't except for very specific parts I guess). One thing you can do with a Theme is have the "final" say in CSS. Overriding all previous made decelerations. Unfortunately that also means a theme maker needs to be prepared for many specific declarations made for a module.



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chco2
Re: What Happened to the Mobile Theme?
  • 2013/9/30 23:26

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Quote:

tatane wrote:
Quote:

chco2 wrote:
What Tatane probably means is the fact that on the mobile version you want to skip certain elements from your desktop version


Just above that there is the possibility of making visible things with the "display" attribute

btw bootstrap uses this technique

That's actually not what I meant.. Most likely you want specific content or blocks to not appear. You can do that with CSS, but only if you ID that certain content to be able to hide, alas losing the capability of having a general Mobile theme.



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chco2
Re: Acrobat
  • 2013/9/30 7:00

  • chco2

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Use the Acrobat logo ( http://www.adobe.com/content/dam/Adob ... 28x128/reader-128x128.png ) and link it to http://get.adobe.com/reader/

So you get:
<a href="http://get.adobe.com/reader/"><img src="http://www.adobe.com/content/dam/Adobe/images/shared/product_mnemonics/128x128/reader-128x128.png"></a>




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