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Re: dev.xoops.org software solution
  • 2007/11/3 7:12

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Quote:
As for evaluation on software solution, we ever started last year, then stopped along with the death of project sites redesign.


Don't fault others for the work not done. If you dislike the communities work then try forming something else yourself. The death was of two core developers that resigned, the most skilled ones in my opinion, in XOOPS times. Not the death of the work the community has been doing.

It is supposed to be the leader who is left in charge of the XOOPS project to make the overall XOOPS project continue. Past is gone. So what's new?

IMHO,
1st restore backup of old info
2nd find dev.xoops.org continuation solution



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Re: What version of Xoops am I running?
  • 2007/11/1 4:06

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usually and if it's not been modified by someone else after you made the install, it's found in your xoops-root/include/version.php



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Re: How to create Home Page
  • 2007/11/1 4:00

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In the administration system in the modules section you can set the module to Order=0 and in the Preferences set it as your start module. That will enable it as your index module but hide it from the menu. If you don't want a module as the start page you just use blocks in the homepage or a custom html page by placing the html code in a content module.



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Re: Would like to hide a block depending on its content
  • 2007/11/1 3:54

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I can tell you how to hide it completely but not depending on it's contents...it would be more like Zyspec's way for it to be dynamic... the trick would somewhere in the <{if}> I think, but don't take me for sure, it's little what I know of smarty.

To hide it completely, here is an example (hiding a block titled navbar):

<{if $block.title != 'navbar'}>
<{if 
$block.title}><div class="xo-blocktitle"><h3><{$block.title}>h3>div><{/if}>
<
div class="xo-blockcontent"><{$block.content}>div>
<{/if}>


If you could find a way to do it by smarty variables I think it could be much simpler.



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Re: Nicer Menus
  • 2007/11/1 3:46

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I really recommend MultiMenu, it's one of my most used modules and you can customize it's templates so your menus look nice, also I haven't seen all the templates code but most of them give you valid xhtml/css so that's nice too.

It comes with an incorporated guide for you to understand it's basic functions-



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Re: is there a module for this?
  • 2007/10/28 3:40

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look for smartpartner at http://www.smartfactory.ca



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Re: Benefit of templates_c?
  • 2007/10/19 4:42

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quoting Will_H ref #idQuote:

Speaking of which, Morphogenesis is the most ridiculous thing ever... Sorry to everyone that has spent so much time working on it... but honestly. Whenever someone release something based off of Morpho, it just makes me laugh.. Morpho is not the "solution" to anything, and if it was... who exactly has the right to claim it as such? You can create table-less themes without going to such extremes.


You are right, it can be done without such extremes, and it's a matter of learning. And hey, I really admire what you do, I get too sunk in CSS to see the world outside.

But CSS is worth it. Just take a step forward and CSS will show you what tables can't do. Name it what you want, XO or no XO,those div's are calling out at you and what you conscientiously do of those id's and classes. And gosh it's way a process. Yet I do look forward for less tables and more div's. And designers like us are the ones that set example. Looking forward to see more of your themes.

P.S. Sorry to have gone off topic but it seems to have gone this way, this has nothing to do with the Benefits of templates_c, and a more designers point of view



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Re: Not Safe or Recommended Module List! Are they Hackable?
  • 2007/10/19 4:19

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Quote:
/modules/xt_conteudo/admin/spaw/spaw_control.class.php
/modules/cjaycontent/admin/editor2/spaw_control.class.php
/modules/tinycontent/admin/spaw/spaw_control.class.php
/modules/xfsection/modify.php
/modules/icontent/include/wysiwyg/spaw_control.class.php


Why use 5 content modules when 1 can do everything? Find a content module that's enough group permissions to do what you need and use categories to divide sections. Koivi and xoopseditors have worked well enough for what I've built. None is perfection but spaw in XOOPS isn't it.

BTW, SPAW should had been a word in your subject.



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Re: Russian translation
  • 2007/10/3 4:16

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For translations to the core of XOOPS which is the language files found in the default most recent XOOPS download you can open a post and see if someone recieves them at the development site/forum at this URL:
http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=347994

For module translations, try to contact the module developer.

For documentation of any area of XOOPS you can contact someone at the http://www.xoopswiki.org forum to send your work at this URL:
http://xoopsinfo.com/modules/newbb/viewforum.php?forum=34

Or get to know the http://www.xoopswiki.org site and publish your work there.There is no Russian section at the xoopswiki now but you can request the opening of it's section at the xoopsinfo.com wiki forum and you will be provided an area for your Russian community.



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Re: Iframes: can I exlude page header & side columns?
  • 2007/9/29 6:58

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Try not to use theme changer but instead php statements smarty code (or something similar I'm not very technical with that) for what you want, instead of the theme changer, besides you may want to consult http://www.smartfactory.ca for what they can do for css overriding in articles.

This is a response to another topic. In case of moderators I'd open a new topic for this new inquiry in the correct forums.




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