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wingrider101

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Posted on: 2008/1/5 0:23
wingrider101
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#21

[solved] Zetagenesis - borders on all images

Quote:

kris_fr wrote:
hi,

in block.css :
#xo-canvas-leftcolumn img {
    
margin3px 3px 0 7px;
    
padding3px;
    
/*border: 1px solid #999;*/
}
#xo-canvas-leftcolumn img:hover {/*border: 1px solid #666;*/}

#xo-canvas-rightcolumn img {
    
margin3px 3px 0 7px;
    
padding3px;
    
/*border: 1px solid #999;*/
}
#xo-canvas-rightcolumn img:hover {/*border: 1px solid #666;*/}

#xo-page .xo-blockszone .xo-blockcontent img {
    
margin3px 3px 0 7px;
    
padding3px;
    
/*border: 1px solid #999 !important;*/
}
#xo-page .xo-blockszone .xo-blockcontent img:hover { /*border: 1px solid #666 !important;*/}


@++


Outstanding! Thank you for the incredible help. And if you were one of the them designers, I LOVE the theme. I've modified it for use on our intranet site, and it's a big hit!

Keep up the great work!

Byron
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wingrider101

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Posted on: 2008/1/4 18:01
wingrider101
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#22

[problem] Zetagenesis - borders on all images

Hello All,

My needs are simple. I'm using the Zetagenisis theme as included in the new 2.0.8 release. I've figured out the CSS to fix the older blocks that are overhanging the left margin, and now everything is working correctly except for a really nit picky thing that probably only bugs me, but it may bug some of you too.

All of the images (even in custom blocks) are being rendered with a border (maybe 1 or 2 pixels) around them. I've gone through the CSS code with a fine tooth comb, but unfortunately it contains a lot of multi-chained commands on lines, and my CSS is not that good. It looks to me like all the pertinent "img" definitiions already have a border: 0 set in the right places. I'm stumped.

Could one of you CSS guru's out there take a look and help me find out how to turn off the borders for all images? I'm going bald, and scratching my head hurts... I need your help!

I know someone has got to have solved this already. This theme is going to be the default theme, so it needs to be figured out. It's a shame for newbies, as it uses some really complex CSS that is quite elegant if you know what you are doing, but difficult at best to figure out if you don't. I know it NEEDS to be complex to render this terrific theme, but CSS is not my thing, and comments are pretty much non-existent except for a bunch of "!important" entries right around where the border: 0 codes are.

The comments are also in front of the ; (semicolon) finalizer on the end of the lines, and I didn't think that coding like that would work. Doesn't that "kill" the semicolon on the end? Unless the ! bang character makes it a comment... but wouldn't that make the ; semicolon a part of the comment and kill the statement? I'm confused. It renders in the browser so obviously it works, but how?

I'll be monitoring via e-mail to see if there are responses, so please don't give up on me if I don't get right back to you if you have any requirements/questions you need.

Thanks in advance!

Have a good one folks!

Byron
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wingrider101

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Posted on: 2007/12/28 19:28
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#23

Re: koivi editor - Image Manager not inserting image

Quote:

franz2108 wrote:
You have to replace the file system_imagemanager.html in modules/system/templates.
This file you will find at the KOIVI-Homepage, but it is only included in the 2.0.13 version of the editor.

http://dev.xoops.org/modules/xfmod/pr ... owfiles.php?group_id=1038

After updating the system module in the administration menu you will find a new icon in the imagemanager, use this icon to insert images, not the alignement icons.

Hope this will help


x.d.o is still down and I need for this to work. Is there any place else I can get the patch above? Or, is there a fixed version somewhere besides x.d.o? Man, x.d.o being down is KILLING US!
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wingrider101

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Posted on: 2007/12/19 0:33
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#24

Re: "Could not instantiate mail function" issue in my Intranet

Quote:

emitojleyes wrote:

as i said, i tried every avaiable sending method, by trying to send a mail to a google account;
i even tried using smtp.gmail.com and my username and password.


Emilio,

First things first... Let's work on your SMTP server...

Is your SMTP server hosted on your own server hardware/software, or on a web service provider's server?

If it's your own server, what software are you using?

If it's your own server, did it ever work before (I assume so from your previous posting)?

If it worked before, have you recently upgrade or changed anything? If so, confirm that you didn't screw something up when you did the upgrade/change.

Second, on the server, whether yours, or a web hosting provider's, is the default port number for SMTP, 25, configured as being the one in use, or is some other port number in use for SMTP? If it's anything other than 25, you'll have to have it match on your SMTP server, your Firewall, and you XOOPS mail install (just add :(the actual port number) on the end of your SMTP server address if using SMTP or SMTP/Auth. For example if port 443 was configured, you would put "YourServerDNSorIPAddress:443" as the entry.

Also check whether you are using SSL or some other encryption protocol on your SMTP authentication login. This is becoming more common with ISPs.

Third, check your firewall (or router firewall) and verify that the port in use is "open" or not blocked.

If some port other than 25 was set on your SMTP server, check for that port being open correctly on your firewall or router firewall (this is a very common problem).

If none of that helped...

Last, try Google again, but know that Google SMTP uses "funny" port numbers, not port 25, and I believe they use SSL encryption as well. Confirm that with Google SMTP online help (it's in the web mail main menu at the top under HELP) and try it again with the right info.

Quote:

I previously have developed a web page for an organization, used laisie, used php mail and worked fine with external mail accounts (yahoo, hotmail, etc.)


I have previously had Liaise fail when my ISP (PowWeb) made changes to their SpamAssassin configuration, causing my mail "forwards" to cease functioning. Deleting the e-mail forwards and re-adding them solved that one for me. Liaise does it's own thing in it's configuration, but uses the XOOPS mail routines to send, so it SHOULD work if you can send via the "Send to Users" in Admin.

Quote:

But when deployed XOOPS as my intranet, enabled XOOPS server machine for internet access and set the same configuration, the message mentioned appeared.
Could it be some security restriction on my router, or something like that?
any other tip where to start the search?
Thanks very muuch!!!

Emilio Leyes
Salta, Argentina


I believe it's either something in your user name or password being wrong, OR, the port number being wrong in your SMTP server, OR, secure encryption being reversed on/off from where it needs to be, OR, you firewall blocking the port in use, OR, some combination of these things...

Keep your chin up! It'll be one of those, or your ISP has screwed you up in some way. Get back to us with the config info above if none of my suggestions work...

L8tr...
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wingrider101

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Posted on: 2007/12/18 16:33
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#25

Re: A proper project management module?

Quote:

melsen wrote:
Man... no gforge port.. and xproject is closed...

What alternatives is there???

Does anyone even have a working version of xproject lying around?


The only modules I have ever seen were XProject, and WSProject. The Xproject guys went away. I can't find anyone who supports it. The WSProject guys were on XD, and it's down, so I don't know if they are still around or not. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

We do indeed need one bad.

Did you ever find anything that you like?

Byron
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wingrider101

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Posted on: 2007/12/18 16:30
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#26

Re: A proper project management module?

Quote:

InnoSense wrote:
We think about integration XOOPS into EGW, and in the middle of November we post here (xoops.org) detailed report about EGW and XOOPS <-> EGW Integration.


Best regards, Eugene Istomin.


Eugene Eugenevich,

Did you ever make any progress on the integration of EGW to Xoops? November has come and gone. Did I miss something? Not to rush you, just curious as I need a good PM Module. WsProject and XProject are VERY old, and not very good.

Byron
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wingrider101

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Posted on: 2007/12/18 16:26
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#27

Re: Good Groupware\Project Management OSS exist!

Quote:

InnoSense wrote:

http://www.egroupware.org/

Demo - http://demo.egroupware.org/currentversion/login.php

eGroupware - really good PM, but needs XOOPS integration


Did anyone ever look at getting egroupware integrated into XOOPS as a module? I know we can run it as a shelled page, but I mean authentication from XOOPS to EGW, and blocks to convey project info to Xoops. XOOPS needs a high quality Gantt/Project capability before it can be taken seriously as a enterprise level business intranet application.

I'd help. I'm not much of a programmer, but I'll be glad to test any implementation.

Thanks,

Byron
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wingrider101

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Posted on: 2007/12/17 16:36
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#28

Re: How to only allow selected email domain at registration

Actually, you can set e-mail addresses/domains you don't want users to be able to use/register in the Admin/System/Preferences/User Info Settings

In the field marked "Enter emails that should not be used in user profile" you can add domains seperated by a | (pipe). This will let you "black-list" domains, but XOOPS does not have a default "white-list" or "gray-list feature", and you would need to modify the source to add one, or hard code in the fields.

I'm not much of a PHP guy, so maybe one of the PHP Gurus here can help you out, but you might try to think of a clever way to use the existing feature first before all of that coding...

Hope this helps...

BAM
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wingrider101

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Posted on: 2007/12/17 16:26
wingrider101
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#29

Re: "Could not instantiate mail function" issue in my Intranet

Here's a thread that might help:

Could not instantiate...

This error is just a fancy way of saying that the PHP code called the SMTP, SMTP/Auth, or MAIL function (sendmail etc. configured in your PHP.INI), and it could not find an "instance" of one or more of the values passed to the call. That is, one of the settings in your mail sending method SMTP, SMTP/Auth or MAIL is either wrong, or missing.

This one is usually operator head space gap, but can be a screw up on the Web Hosting server (something changed and you don't know it!).

I'd start by looking at your mail config and verifying that all of the parms are correct. Then, check with your Host server company, or your server settings if you run your own, and make sure that the server matches.

If that doesn't fix it, you may have some PHP or PHP.INI setting issues that are screwed up.

Hope this helps!

BAM
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wingrider101

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Posted on: 2007/12/14 23:26
wingrider101
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#30

Re: Is anyone else sick of all this crap?

Quote:

gtop00 wrote:
This is exactly the way the Proposal Preparation Committee follows (see here and here)

Please be patient as these things are not easy to be done automatically.


I hear you, and I'm with the spirit of what you are saying. It never hurts to know the villagers have torches and matches when you are creating a Frankenstein though.

It's going to be up to the folks who use and need the software to keep it alive.

Postnuke went through this EXACT same problem about two years ago or more, and they had one heck of a time getting the program back on track. Some would say that they never did. The few "community spirited" folks who were there LEFT. It's a hard and hostile set of forums to look at the last time I was on their site.

I'm willing to be patient. I'm all for patience. I'll buy it one more time though, and that's about it for me. My business depends on XOOPS because I told them to use it. That makes me a complete idiot if it slides down the tubes. So sure, I have personal reasons for wanting it fast, but I'm a team player. I'll wait and see what you all come up with. It sounds like the committee's heart is in the right place.

We'll see.
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