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Re: Xoops 2.3 Promotional Video
  • 2008/7/22 21:58

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Let me know if I can be of any help. I've got some experience in creating promotional video's.
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Re: Competition for XOOPS 2.3 Marketing Materials
  • 2008/7/20 17:49

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Well ? Was one of them good enough and useable?
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Re: I'm new at this, can someone help?
  • 2008/7/11 7:22

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Something like this, or even more white?

Resized Image
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Re: Competition for XOOPS 2.3 Marketing Materials
  • 2008/7/10 20:25

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Final Hi-res render.
The images will be online a couple of days more..
This the one you wanted right Mamba?
[ok.. seems that the width option in adding an external image here does not work! It always shows full version of the image.. so now, only a link to the file..]

Click here for the image
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Re: drawborder script
  • 2008/7/6 19:55

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Allright!
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Re: drawborder script
  • 2008/7/6 19:24

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Hmm.. not much animo for this I guess.. Strange.. solde man copies of this script. Ow well.. was worth a try.

Moderator.. please close this topic.
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Re: Competition for XOOPS 2.3 Marketing Materials
  • 2008/7/5 20:45

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[hope you don't mind me commenting on this]
Not bad at all! A few tips though:

1. The effects are nice, but it would be better to leave them for an opening and an ending. In the mids, just bring up the new screen (just like on t.v.)
2. What perhaps would be even easier for you to create and what is a bit more interactive to use : Camtasia Studio from TechSmith. This is screencapture software.. atach your microphone and you just install XOOPS and let Camtasia run in the background. It will record your voice, your computerscreen, mouseclicks, keyboardclicks and more. Afterwards you can always edit the movie if you want.

Have a look here (you need to register (it's free)) for an example of camtasia I created for a tutorial.

Cheers,
Charly

Quote:

voltan wrote:
hello
We are starting to work on a clip for XOOPS installation in irxoops.org

Now my friend "margkhar" has prepared the first draft of English clip
please watch it and say your opinions about it. so that we can produce a suitable clip.
http://margkhar.org/xoops.zip
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Re: Competition for XOOPS 2.3 Marketing Materials
  • 2008/7/5 12:54

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Nice !
Let me tune it up a bit more, some specularity here and there and a higher resolution version for you. Also need to bevel the letters a bit so they catch a bit more light.
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drawborder script
  • 2008/7/5 8:20

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For the lack of not knowing where to post this topic, I'll do it here.

Hi!

I've been thinking of adding some stuff to the XOOPS community and for my second post I've got following:
G
ot a script that creates nice borders around any content you want.
I need some help developing a good module or other way of incorperating this into XOOPS.

This is a link to the example page of the script, have a look. (My ISP is updating stuff, so it might temporarily be slow)

If you find it interesting.. Send me a PM or go over tohttp://files.designburo.nl/lightwave
It's a XOOPS site I used for lightwave, but if you register, in the forum under development there's a XOOPS forum. Use that for suggestions and feedback.
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Content grabbing module core done need help
  • 2008/7/5 8:10

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Hi!

I've been thinking of adding some stuff to the XOOPS community and I'd like to start with a PHP script I wrote that can grab (partial) content from any webpage and present it the way you want. It also grabs RSS feeds, but there are already plenty of rss modules around.

I've tried to create a module myself and although it is progressing, I don't have the time to figure it all out. Needs an admin side with forms that feed the php script and a userside full main page and also blocks (for small content or rss feeds).

Is this interesting for anyone?

Send me a PM or go over tohttp://files.designburo.nl/lightwave
It's a XOOPS site I used for lightwave, but if you register, in the forum under development there's a XOOPS forum. Use that for suggestions and feedback.

This is the description of the current script :

---------- BEGIN

Introduction
GrabIt© is a PHP function that, in short, allows you to grab content from other websites to be presented on your own site.
All done without the need of (nested)frames and allways providing you with the latest content from other websites.
What can it do?
GrabIt© boosts the following features:


* Grab any browser viewable material and show it on your website
* Use up to three 'find and replace' options to modify the grabbed source
* Can show various content from various sources on one page
* Links and images in the grabbed content will still work
* It shows the grabbed content from a cached file and refreshes the file in a time period you define (from 1 minute to ..)
* Function can simply be called with propper arguments and print the Grabbed content
* Function can also be called to return the Grabbed content to the 'caller-script' to be (optionally) processed
* Time of last filecache can be displayed optionally
* Very easy setup and usage. Can be up and running in matters of minutes!
* If bought on CD, you can a free Video-Tutorial included. Just sit down and watch how easy it is done.
* Version 1.2 will also allow you to show RSS 0.9 and 1.0 feeds (will be ready soon and if you buy GrabIt now, you will receive 1.2 for free)

Benefits
First and foremost.. Keep your visitors on your site! Providing them with content that is related to your website and is always up-to-date.
Don't give them an excuse to leave your site. Show them all the relavent material right on your pages. This can be the latest news; stock-exchange; Forums; simple HTML; complex HTML and many more.
Requirements
* An Unix, Linux or Windows platform with PHP installed. (GrabIt© has been tested on Apache servers)
* A bit of PHP knowledge can be a help
* Administrators rights on your (hosted) server.


---------- END
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