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altenergy

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Posted on: 2007/11/20 15:42
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#11

Re: reddit module

Bump again...


altenergy

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Posted on: 2007/11/12 11:40
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#12

Re: reddit module

Bump... I need help...


altenergy

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Posted on: 2007/11/11 13:22
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#13

reddit module

I've seen Weblinks module, in which the user gets to give the link a rating, but I'd like a module that gives the users the option to give a link +1 or -1, like reddit.com

Anybody knows what I'm talking about?(;


altenergy

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Posted on: 2007/11/11 12:10
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#14

Module Dev

Can anybody tell me when it will be online?


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Posted on: 2007/9/22 16:06
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#15

Re: News Module Question

This post has been here for more than a day. can't anybody answer my question?


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Posted on: 2007/9/21 13:14
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#16

News Module Question

Hi! a new site I'm building will contain articles and news.
I decided to use the XOOPS news module (latest version), to display all the content. I decided to create a news category, and under it sub-categories related to news, and an articles category, with sub categories.
Example:
-News
--Linux News
--Open Source News
--Macintosh News
-Articles
--How To articles
--Linux Articles
--Xoops Articles

I'd like that the index of the main categories (articles, news),
will display their sub categories in their page.
For example:
If there is a new article in the linux news section, it will be displayed in its main category (news).

Thanks,
Ron.

(I asked It on another forum, but nobody replied.)


altenergy

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Posted on: 2007/9/15 15:36
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#17

Re: news module question.

Help?


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Posted on: 2007/9/14 14:18
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#18

news module question.

Hi! a new site I'm building will contain articles and news.
I decided to use the XOOPS news module (latest version), to display all the content. I decided to create a news category, and under it sub-categories related to news, and an articles category, with sub categories.
Example:
-News
--Linux News
--Open Source News
--Macintosh News
-Articles
--How To articles
--Linux Articles
--Xoops Articles

I'd like that the index of the main categories (articles, news),
will display their sub categories in their page.
For example:
If there is a new article in the linux news section, it will be displayed in its main category (news).

Thanks,
Ron.


altenergy

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Posted on: 2007/8/24 13:34
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#19

Re: Joomla Vs. Xoops

OMG... This was a hell of a comment...
I myself like XOOPS because it's so easy... and you can customize it to your own needs, not like joomla, that just has some annoying features. In fact, after trying for 4 times, I couldn't understand how joomla works!

I suited XOOPS to my own needs by knowing only HTML and CSS!
and i've configured my modules for my own needs, which means now I can do whatever I want. It's so much fun to do it all.

so the bottom line is:
Joomla is WINDOWS, XOOPS is LINUX. anybody disagrees?


altenergy

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Posted on: 2007/8/24 13:25
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#20

Re: How can i do this?

I'm Interested in this module too. can someone give me an address I can download the module from?



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