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cgunther

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Posted on: 2010/11/29 22:29
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#11

Re: What is required to display RSS feeds from other sites on mine?

d3pipes is currently working with Xoops 2.5 on my site listed above.


cgunther

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Posted on: 2010/11/29 22:26
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Re: Publisher RSS to Facebook - Import Failed

Try the RSSFit plugin/application listed in the Facebook applications area. It is pretty easy to set up and so far it is reading any rss feed that I send to it. Currently I am sending eight different feeds from piCal calendars to corresponding Facebook pages.

Find the calendars at www.centralcoastcalendars.com

You can view the corresponding Facebook page by following the link at the top of each calendar.


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Posted on: 2010/11/24 18:14
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Re: What is required to display RSS feeds from other sites on mine?

I use d3pipes from gijoe.

Find it here:
http://xoops.peak.ne.jp/md/mydownload ... glefile.php?lid=100&cid=1

See samples of it in use at www.centralcoastpage.com


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Posted on: 2010/11/22 19:00
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#14

Re: FB Fan Page Integration

...not sure if this will help but...

I use a couple of modules developed by Trabis at www.xuups.com

Defacer - to change the theme of any page or directory of pages.

Dummy - use as a placeholder to make an arrangement of blocks from other modules along with custom blocks.

Hope this helps - you can see some samples of this in use on the network of pages at www.centralcoastpage.com


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Posted on: 2010/10/28 18:07
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#15

Re: PiCal OR ExtCal Module

Install the altsys module installed before you install pical. It should work fine. To duplicate you must rename folder before you install and follow the naming convention of a common name followed by a sequential number. (event0, event1, event2 and so on) If you want more than 3 clones you will have to add and modify sql files in the sql folder before you install the module. (pical0.sql, pical1.sql, pical2.sql,...) Here is pical on xoops 2.4.5 - http://www.centralcoastcalendars.com


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Posted on: 2009/12/7 20:04
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#16

Happy Birthday Wishcraft!

Happy Birthday wishes go out to wishcraft! Thanks for all you do for xoops. Have a good day Simon. Be sure and toss down a pint or two.


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Posted on: 2009/6/18 17:28
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Re: Multisite 1.20 & XOOPS 2.3.4

...bump...
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Posted on: 2009/6/10 17:38
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Re: Multisite 1.20 & XOOPS 2.3.4

...I have tried several times with all of the different versions since 1.17RC and I just can't get this to work.

Here are config's and problems:

My current installation is 2.3.4 multisite version with multisite module 1.20.

I have added the mainfile changes mentioned in the beginning of the thread on hack for 1.17RC multisite. I also changed the /kernel/config.php back to the original from XOOPS 2.3.3 as suggested by wishcraft earlier in this thread.

I have 3 domains pointed at the root directory of the install.

I am able to select and set the general preferences and module preferences for each of the domains using the preferences tab in the multisite module. I have set different site titles, slogans and default themes for each. However, The theme and startup module that are listed in the "Current Domain & Sub-domain Pool" under the Domains tab, does not match those that were set under the Preferences tab. Also, The Preferences link for each domain under "Current Domain & Sub-domain Pool" throws up a 403 "Forbidden - You don't have permission to access /modules/multisite/admin.php on this server."

When browsing the front end of the sites, the default preferences from the initial installation of XOOPS (before installing and configuring Multisite v1.20) takes over theme display on all three domains (also the theme shown in "Current Domain & Sub-domain Pool"). The URLS are correct in the browser's address bar but the theme on the screen for any of the domains is the default from the from the XOOPS installation.

I have been able to get distinct custom blocks to show in each domain by creating them with the blocks manager in the multisite module. One strange behavior here is that the block for the first domain had to be assigned to another, and then re-assigned back to the first one before it would display.

I am not able to assign module access to individual domains, they are either on or off for all of them.

This whole thing sounds like a preferences/permissions problem, but I just don't know enough about it to find out.

A "Multisite Module Configuration for Dummies" would be a huge contribution to the "Button Pushing" portion of XOOPS user community.

Here is install environment details:

XOOPS Version - XOOPS 2.3.4
PHP Version - 5.2.8
MySQL Version - 5.1.30
Server API Version - cgi-fcgi
OS Version - Linux

safe_mode - Off
register_globals - Off
magic_quotes_gpc - Off
allow_url_fopen - On
fsockopen - On
allow_call_time_pass_reference - On
post_max_size - 64M
max_input_time - 60
output_buffering -
max_execution_time - 30
memory_limit - 64M
file_uploads - On
upload_max_filesize - 64M

Here is mainfile sample:
if ( !defined("XOOPS_MAINFILE_INCLUDED") ) {
    
define("XOOPS_MAINFILE_INCLUDED"1);

    
// XOOPS Physical Paths

    // Physical path to the XOOPS documents (served) directory WITHOUT trailing slash
    
define'XOOPS_ROOT_PATH''/home/myaccount/public_html/testmultisite' );

    
// For forward compatibility
    // Physical path to the XOOPS library directory WITHOUT trailing slash
    
define'XOOPS_PATH''/home/myaccount/xoops_trust_path/testmultisite/xoops_lib' );
    
// Physical path to the XOOPS datafiles (writable) directory WITHOUT trailing slash
    
define'XOOPS_VAR_PATH''/home/myaccount/xoops_trust_path/testmultisite/xoops_data' );
    
// Alias of XOOPS_PATH, for compatibility, temporary solution
    
define("XOOPS_TRUST_PATH"XOOPS_PATH);

    
// XOOPS Protocol (URL)    start of addition for multisite
    
if (!empty($_SERVER['HTTPS']))
        if (
$_SERVER['HTTPS']=='on')
           
define('XOOPS_PROT''https://');
        else
           
define('XOOPS_PROT''http://');        
    else
        
define('XOOPS_PROT''http://');         //end of addition for multisite

    // XOOPS Virtual Path (URL)
    // Virtual path to your main XOOPS directory WITHOUT trailing slash
    // Example: define( 'XOOPS_URL', 'http://www.mytestdomain1.com' );
    // define( 'XOOPS_URL', 'http://www.mytestdomain1.com' ); removed to substitute next line for multisite
    
define'XOOPS_URL'''.strtolower(XOOPS_PROT.$_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'].'').'' );   //line added for multisite

    // Shall be handled later, don't forget!
    
define("XOOPS_CHECK_PATH"0);
    
// Protect against external scripts execution if safe mode is not enabled
    
if ( XOOPS_CHECK_PATH && !@ini_get("safe_mode") ) {
        if ( 
function_exists("debug_backtrace") ) {
            
$xoopsScriptPath debug_backtrace();
            if ( !
count($xoopsScriptPath) ) {
                 die(
"XOOPS path check: this file cannot be requested directly");
            }
            
$xoopsScriptPath $xoopsScriptPath[0]["file"];
        } else {
            
$xoopsScriptPath = isset($_SERVER["PATH_TRANSLATED"]) ? $_SERVER["PATH_TRANSLATED"] :  $_SERVER["SCRIPT_FILENAME"];
        }
        if ( 
DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR != "/" ) {
            
// IIS6 may double the  chars
            
$xoopsScriptPath str_replacestrpos$xoopsScriptPath"\\") ? "\\" DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR"/"$xoopsScriptPath);
        }
        if ( 
strcasecmpsubstr($xoopsScriptPath0strlen(XOOPS_ROOT_PATH)), str_replaceDIRECTORY_SEPARATOR"/"XOOPS_ROOT_PATH)) ) {
             exit(
"XOOPS path check: Script is not inside XOOPS_ROOT_PATH and cannot run.");
        }
    }

    
// Database
    // Choose the database to be used
    
define'XOOPS_DB_TYPE''mysql' );

    
// Set the database charset if applicable
    
if (defined("XOOPS_DB_CHARSET")) die();
    
define'XOOPS_DB_CHARSET''utf8' );

    
// Table Prefix
    // This prefix will be added to all new tables created to avoid name conflict in the database. If you are unsure, just use the default "xoops".
    
define'XOOPS_DB_PREFIX''prefix' );

    
// Database Hostname
    // Hostname of the database server. If you are unsure, "localhost" works in most cases.
    
define'XOOPS_DB_HOST''localhost' );

    
// Database Username
    // Your database user account on the host
    
define'XOOPS_DB_USER''myaccount_user' );

    
// Database Password
    // Password for your database user account
    
define'XOOPS_DB_PASS''myaccount_password' );

    
// Database Name
    // The name of database on the host. The installer will attempt to create the database if not exist
    
define'XOOPS_DB_NAME''myaccount_database' );

    
// Use persistent connection? (Yes=1 No=0)
    // Default is "Yes". Choose "Yes" if you are unsure.
    
define'XOOPS_DB_PCONNECT');

    
define'XOOPS_GROUP_ADMIN''1' );
    
define'XOOPS_GROUP_USERS''2' );
    
define'XOOPS_GROUP_ANONYMOUS''3' );

    
// Temporary solution for extra protector module. To be refactored
    // Set the following value as true if you want to enable protector module
    
$ENABLE_PROTECTOR true;

    if ( !empty(
$ENABLE_PROTECTOR) ) {
        @include 
XOOPS_TRUST_PATH '/modules/protector/include/precheck.inc.php';
    }
    if (!isset(
$xoopsOption["nocommon"]) && XOOPS_ROOT_PATH != "") {
        include 
XOOPS_ROOT_PATH."/include/common.php";
        include_once 
XOOPS_ROOT_PATH."/modules/multisite/post.load.php"//line added for multisite
    
}
    if ( !empty(
$ENABLE_PROTECTOR) ) {
        @include 
XOOPS_TRUST_PATH '/modules/protector/include/postcheck.inc.php';
    }
}


...interested in any advice, opinions or otherwise.

Thanks much.
"Your motherboard wears Army chips"


cgunther

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Posted on: 2009/5/19 18:08
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#19

Re: Multisite 1.20 & XOOPS 2.3.4

@ WIshcraft,

I downloaded the 2.3.4 multisite XOOPS install for evaluation. I noticed that the Protector module is not included. Is it OK to install and run the Protector module, or will it cause problems with the multisite module and XOOPS version?

BTW - I REALLY dig where this is going and doors it opens!
"Your motherboard wears Army chips"


cgunther

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Posted on: 2009/3/16 17:44
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#20

Re: Multixoops - With version 2.3.3 - RC

@ wishcraft

Does multixoops contain the core from the recently released 2.3.3 final?

I have a multi domain project with some shared content that could be a good testing candidate.

Thanks for your work.
Curt
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