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noisia

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Posted on: 2006/3/1 6:53
noisia
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Since: 2004/8/24
#11

Re: collecting email addresses for a news letter? What is the best way?

Hi Stewdio,

Thanks for the instant response.

Indeed this module is exactly what I am looking for.



noisia

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Posted on: 2006/3/1 2:33
noisia
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#12

collecting email addresses for a news letter? What is the best way?

Is there an easy way to collect only the e-mail address of web visitor, so they can be added to a mail group to send them updated information?

Letting them sign up as a site user, they will need to fill out too many fields.

I just need a block, where they can type in their e-mail address and then jump to a thank you page.

Is there such a module?

Looking forward to some good suggestions.


noisia

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Posted on: 2006/2/22 21:49
noisia
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#13

Re: Auth Module for wrapping HTML, PHP, CGI web site

The author who developed the Auth Module is a Japanese and he completely stopped development on xoops. He never responded to any questions, so I think that if you need to know anything, you will have to develop it on your own.

I am not so technical that I can answer your question on whether smarties could be supported.



noisia

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Posted on: 2006/2/21 10:30
noisia
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#14

Re: Upgrading MySQL from 3.x to 5.x... Any Problems????

Thanks for the response about the language encoding. I am running some Japanese sites, so indeed I will try it locally first.

I also managed to google some responses (google seems to be better than the local search on xoops.org). Apparently 5.0 has various compatibility problems, so I will have to try 4.0 or 4.1



noisia

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Posted on: 2006/2/21 8:26
noisia
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Since: 2004/8/24
#15

Upgrading MySQL from 3.x to 5.x... Any Problems????

Hi,

I will upgrade my MySQL from 3.x to 5.0.18 on the hosting server.

There are several XOOPS databases running on the MySQL from XOOPS 2.0.7 to 2.0.10.

What is the best procedure of upgrading the MySQL database?

Are there any potential issues or problems with upgrading the MySQL database?

Looking forward to some expert advice


noisia

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Posted on: 2006/2/10 3:43
noisia
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#16

Re: Auth Module for wrapping HTML, PHP, CGI web site

Hi,

I have uploaded it to my web site:

http://www.noisia.com/japan/modules/mydownloads/

Good Luck


noisia

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Posted on: 2006/1/26 13:54
noisia
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Since: 2004/8/24
#17

Re: PhpAds - Need Help

I had the same problem when I log into PHPADSNEW.

Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /home/modules/phpads/admin/lib-gui.inc.php on line 250

So I went to the phpadsnew.com web site and downloaded the latest version of phpadsnew 2.0.7.

Then I uploaded the lib-gui.inc.php from the latest version and I could log in without problems.

Immediately the software recommended me to upgrade to the latest version, but the problem was solved.


noisia

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Posted on: 2006/1/12 3:39
noisia
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#18

Re: Changing Date/Time Format in them 7dana-soft

I have the same issue. My webserver is one hour different from my own timezone.

I have tried
{$smarty.now|date_format:"%A, %B %e, %Y| %I+1:%M %p"}

but then the time just shows like this
11+1:43 AM


so that is no good.

There must be a way to calculate it, right?

I have also tried to change the time zones in the admin. There is the server time zone setting and the main time zone setting, but they do not seem to affect the $smarty.now

Any help would be greatly appreciated.



noisia

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Posted on: 2005/9/3 22:32
noisia
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#19

Re: Auth Module for wrapping HTML, PHP, CGI web site

You can find the download links on the site under

http://r286.com/xoops/search.php?query=auth&action=results

The latest version is from May 2005.

As for translation of the manual, you can find it in this threat.

I have tested if for some PHP scripted pages and it worked fine, but if there are a lot of pages, the auth becomes slow.


noisia

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Posted on: 2005/5/29 21:53
noisia
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Since: 2004/8/24
#20

Re: Tinyd0/tinycontent

Hi tayling,

I have used TinyD 2.0.2 previously without any problem.

The anonymous access right can be set in two locations:
TinyD module under "Block/Groups"
System module under "Groups"

There is a newer version of TinyD 2.0.7, which I am using now, without problems.



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