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Re: Imago06 AND banners
  • 2005/2/15 8:30

  • highlander

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The theme is free.
However you will have to add support for banners yourself as this is not included.

I'll look up the code to include in the theme when I get back home

greetings Highlander



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highlander
Re: HTML Tables vs. Xoops
  • 2005/2/15 7:59

  • highlander

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Hi Larrymac,

Before rushing off and buying an book on css (which will work !) try and remove the line-breaks form your content in the wysiwyg-editor.

Finding the line-breaks can be hard in the editor itself because the line-break might be at the end of a line anyway. In your favourite text-editor this should be easier.

This technique has worked well for me in removing the large gap before the table.

Because I don't use tables often I haven't investigated this any further. If and when I do I will post the results here.

Greetings Highlander



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highlander
Re: Various images from page to page
  • 2005/2/10 21:40

  • highlander

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Hi Antah,

Great image !! (personally I wouldnt change it )

However the image probaly comes from your theme. You might be able to use a XOOPS variable as part of the image url. Its an ugly hack but it would work.

I am afraid I don't know which XOOPS variables are available but I am sure there is a list out there somewhere.

If there is a more elegant solution I suggest you try that.

You could ofcourse make a custom block on each page.

greetings Highlander.



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highlander
Re: How do I fix this Problem?
  • 2005/2/10 21:30

  • highlander

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Hi Council,

If you still have phpMyAdmin acces try the following :

The password is stored in xoops_user field :pass.

It is in MD5. the following lets you create your own md5 password.

<?php
echo md5(password_of_your_choice);
?>


Save this snippit in a *.php file and call it from a browser. You will get the md5 code to put into the database for your username. (xoops_user table)

You should now be able to log in with your username + password_of_your_choice

If this doesnt work your xoops_groups_users_link table might be the problem.
add a new row :
linkid = next unused number
groupid = id of the group you want to be added to (1 = webmasters in my case) (look up in xoops_groups)
uid = userid (look up in the xoops_user table)

This should get you into your site !!!

Greetings Highlander

ps. this post assumes you have XOOPS as your table prefix; change it if needed.



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highlander
Re: Changing the Newbb 2.0 format???
  • 2005/2/10 21:17

  • highlander

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Hi DaytonXA,

try this link : change recent topics

Hope this helps,

Highlander



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highlander
Re: 2 small questions
  • 2005/2/9 19:32

  • highlander

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Hi Traveler,

You need to clone the template before editing it.
read about it here : templates

greetings Highlander



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highlander
Re: small migration issue with xoops_tplsource
  • 2005/2/5 14:04

  • highlander

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Try changing :
<a href="?PHPSESSID=*snip!*"'visit.php?cid=<{$link.cid}>&lid=<{$link.id}>'


to :
<a href="?PHPSESSID=*snip!*"'visit.php?cid=<{$link.cid}>&lid=<{$link.id}>'


Highlander

edit :- too late !



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highlander
Re: Xoops code (bbcode) implementation
  • 2005/2/3 20:13

  • highlander

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Good suggestion rcjohnson, thank you !

I have gone for a diffrent approach though; maybe others will find it helpful :

1.Switch off BBCode (Xoops Code)
2.Switch on HTML
3.Emulate the effects of XOOPS code using HTML
4.Add the XOOPS Code as text

It is a bit of a pain and the FAQ doesn't get any neater on the admin side but i don't expect it to change much. This way it saves having to load (another!) image.

greetings, Highlander



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highlander
Re: Firefox and Div
  • 2005/1/31 19:54

  • highlander

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  • Since: 2004/12/5


Hi Burnzy,

Allthough not recommended a good debugger can be removing the following line :
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">

I am interested if the results are different or without this line or not.

Various things get interpreted differently when running xhtml-transitional or strict.

Please let us know if it makes a difference.

Kind regards,
Highlander



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highlander
Xoops code (bbcode) implementation
  • 2005/1/31 15:25

  • highlander

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  • Since: 2004/12/5


Hi All,

I am writing FAQ's for my site useing SmartFAQ.

I have posts filled with XoopsCode (bbcode) to create images. Now I would like to explain to my users how these codes work in Xoosp and how they can use them.

I would like to wite this : [ u r l = http://www.google.nl/ ] Google [ / u r l ] in a code blok; but doing so creates a link in the code block. Is there a way around this ???

I can't switch off Xoopscode for my post as other elements use it.

greetings Highlander




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