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Re: Enhancing the built in editor
  • 2003/5/19 1:11

  • supernix

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  • Since: 2003/3/13


I am curious did anyone ever come up with a Bible module for XOOPS ?



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supernix
Re: Module text-mod ability
  • 2003/4/15 0:55

  • supernix

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 151

  • Since: 2003/3/13


Hmmmm I tried IE6 and Mozilla 1.3 and it looked great in both. Excellent piece of work.

http://www.dnspad.com/

I have not tried Opera yet but I have the latest version of it as well.



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supernix
Re: Bible in SQL
  • 2003/4/14 14:20

  • supernix

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 151

  • Since: 2003/3/13


Ok now yall have my full attention.
I have been waiting for something like a Bible module to popup. I have been wanting it bad but dont know anything about PHP programming.

I have been using the PNbible with Postnuke. And the fact they had a Bible module is one of the reasons I have been still tied to Postnuke. That and the fact that once you log into postnuke you can tell it to remember your login and log you in each time you visit the site.

I have the Bible module on my sitehttp://www.dnspad.com/

I had thought about talking to Coolpop and seeing if I could beg him to do something like that for Xoops. But looks like he has already found his own motivation I cant wait to see what yall come up with.

I just thought of something also. There is a tool called the Bible Import Tool and it is made for importing Bibles for use with the E-Sword program. But I bet you could import the Bibles to a file you could use as well.
As I recall the E-Sword program uses Access databases which I know can be changed into MySQL databases :)
10:50am 4-14-03
I just found thishttp://www.kitebird.com/mysql-cookbook/mcb-kjv/mcb-kjv.zip from what I read it is the KJV in SQL I hope this helps everyone.



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supernix
Re: remembering logins?
  • 2003/4/12 17:33

  • supernix

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 151

  • Since: 2003/3/13


Like one member pointed out if they were that scared about security they would get a SSL cert.

And not allow any anonymous access.

And like he pointed out if other popular sites remember your login info then so could Xoops.

And like many of the security people say.
" If your really concerned about security that bad unplug it from the wall "

http://www.dnspad.com/xoops/




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