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Re: About Us Module?
  • 2003/10/22 14:57

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Wjue,
Thanks I will check it out :)

Cheers,

Gamut



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Gamut
Re: About Us Module?
  • 2003/10/22 10:48

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While searching through XOOPS I came across this thread from 2 months ago.

Catzwolf mentioned he was going to have a go at knocking something up. Any progress mate?

Thiis would be a perfect mod to not only handle "About Us", "History", "Corporate Profile" pages, but also pages for "Terms of Use", "Legal", "Privacy" or other such website policy pages.

Cheers,

Gamut



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Gamut
Re: Module Categorization
  • 2003/10/22 10:25

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Sunsnapper,

I looked through the list and could not see:
Headlines/RSS Feeds & Syndication

Cheers,

Gamut



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Gamut
Re: NewBB Images
  • 2003/10/20 10:33

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Here's a few pointers to forum images and icons...

For forum images try especially:
http://www.forumimages.com/
Or alternately for other images:
http://www.iconfactory.com/

Cheers,




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Anyone ported pnBooks to Xoops?
  • 2003/10/19 4:51

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I too have been looking for a XOOPS books module like Postnuke's PNBooks (http://pn-mod-books.sourceforge.net). I tracked down MAReviews and myBooks v.2.0 and tried them out, but neither seems as adequate for my needs as pnBooks.

Apart from providing a good showcase and catalogue publications, the PNBooks module can also handle affiliate/commission program links for books. It could even be cloned for other affiliate program products like software.

Has anyone out there in XOOPS land ported PNBooks to XOOPS 2? Is anyone with decent PHP programming skills interested in helping port PNBooks to Xoops. It is mods like this that will greatly improve XOOPS functionality and appeal to website developers.



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Re: The Bar Has Been Raised ...
  • 2003/10/17 11:57

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Something that immediately strikes me about the new Mambo version is the rapid speed of page loading...it is blistering. I thought XOOPS was fast compared to other Nuke forks but that Mambo 4.5 makes even XOOPS look pedestrian. If Mambo gets more modules of the right type then it would be pretty hard to beat.



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Re: pulldown navigation menu
  • 2003/10/5 13:34

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Herko,

Thanks for the prompt reply to my queries. I will follow up on your suggestion and see if I can get something working for my development site.

Thanks fot the 2 cents mate!



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Re: pulldown navigation menu
  • 2003/10/5 11:33

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Has anyone developed, or is anyone developing, an integrated dynamically generated navigation module for XOOPS which enables a choice between standard sidebar block menu and hozizontal pulldown menus? An additional element would be the capacity to dynamically include menu and sub-menu heirarchy based on permissions.

I was searching the XOOPS forum for information on integrated dynamic, heirarchical pulldown menus for navigation. I see that there was a lot of discussion in the threads "Pulldown Navigation Menu" and "Horizontal DHTML Menu Issues" around March 2002.

Herko made some strong points about separating informational blocks from navigational blocks. w4z004 stated that "we are experimenting with phplayers" then the thread basically died out. I am not sure if w4z004's "we" was the XOOPS core team or just referring to himself in the first person plural.

I have looked at iMenu and MultiMenu block modules, which have some degree of integration with XOOPS, but both still fall short of an ideal comprehensive navigation management solution to the question I posed in my first paragraph above.

Question to w4z004: What was the end result of the experimentation?

Question to Herko: Did you ever get a satisfactory resolution to your investigations in this area?

Question to wider XOOPS community: Has anyone developed a module or solution to this XOOPS navigation challenge?

If there is enough interest generated I will list this as a requested module for development at the XOOPS Module Development site. I personally think it would be a major enhancement of XOOPS's solid foundation as a CMS.



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Re: I need a people that can migrate this module to XooPS !!!
  • 2002/11/24 22:56

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Yes we have been looking just in the last week at the OpenReality classified listing software too. It looks very promising and would be a very good ported mod for XOOPS for all kinds applications with types of classifieds.




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