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hackbrill

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Posted on: 2009/2/3 23:32
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#21

Re: help with adding content to blocks

Those tags look like XOOPS bb codes. Try html instead: <b>text</b>. Here is a link to help: xoops codes

To get a snapshot just navigate to the page in question and choose print screen (should be a specific key on your keyboard). Print screen will copy the image to the clipboard. You can then paste the image to paint or any image editing program that allows a paste from the clipboard. Save the image and post it here in the forum. This applies to Windows machines.


hackbrill

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Posted on: 2009/2/3 22:18
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#22

Re: help with adding content to blocks

Make sure you have selected HTML in the content type drop-down selection box.


hackbrill

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Posted on: 2009/1/25 19:19
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#23

Re: altsys

Make sure you have the latest version of Altsys. In addition to the /modules folder, the Altsys files must also be copied to the /libs folder in the XOOPS_Trust_Path. The proper folder structure would then be /XOOPS_Trust_Path/libs/altsys/.

Edit: Sorry NMSHAH, I was working on my response while you were posting yours.


hackbrill

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Posted on: 2009/1/15 21:45
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#24

Re: Liaise Form elements (!?)

Quote:

jegelstaff wrote:
Hello, I am sorry to hear you have found a problem.

Can anyone show me some documentation about changes between XOOPS 2.0.x and 2.3.x? If so, it would be easier to see what the problem might be. I thought 2.3.x was supposed to be backwards compatible, but it doesn't seem like it is.

--Julian


Could someone show him the changes to XOOPS 2.3 for his formulize module? I installed it but there were so many warnings and errors that I didn't think it was functioning properly. Of course, I don't really know the module that well to be able to determine its viability with 2.3 with certainty.


hackbrill

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Posted on: 2009/1/13 13:19
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#25

Re: Trouble uploading local site back to host

Why do I have a blank white page when loading my site?


hackbrill

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Posted on: 2009/1/11 22:41
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#26

Re: XOOPSdemos close your site !

Quote:

lapsa2000 wrote:
Quote:

hackbrill wrote:
Perhaps you could require all users to register first and grant privileges accordingly. It is just a shame to lose such a valuable resource. Just my opinion :)



it's a good idea, which module can I use for this? style invitation...


System>Groups> and modify the Anonymous Group so that they have no Module Access rights.

We all feel your pain and realize the effort you put in to your site. I have just a few modules installed and feel it's a pain in the butt just to keep those updated.

Your server logs and protector are your best assets in discovering what modules may be at risk for security holes. The hackers will always know what modules they can use for their malicious scripts.


hackbrill

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Posted on: 2009/1/11 16:13
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#27

Module Manuals

I hope I'm not posting this in the wrong place but I thought it might be useful to the community. I did a search and didn't come up with anything comparable on XOOPS.org.

Module Manuals

They're translated from Japanese and sometimes a little difficult to understand, but there are definitely a lot of module manuals listed there.


hackbrill

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Posted on: 2009/1/11 15:21
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#28

Re: Users's Profile AJAX based!

Quote:

ghia wrote:
The good news is that it exists. It was programmed for a 2.2.x series customer and is to see in action in a video and/or on the authors site.
The bad news is that it is nowhere to download. The developer won't release it until it is finished. I am affraid he will never catch up with the upcoming XOOPS versions and that if someone starts now from scratch a similar project, that it will be completed before this one ever(?) sees the daylight.


So I take this to mean that the hacks presented in his 2008 version aren't compatible with the 2.3.x platform? The myAlbum hack sure looks interesting.


hackbrill

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Posted on: 2009/1/10 20:50
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#29

Re: Overwhelmed by Commerce

Fera Tech, Inc. has ported osCommerce as XosC and has an XosC General Help Forum.
HTH


hackbrill

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Posted on: 2009/1/9 2:05
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#30

Re: Modules working with XOOPS 2.3

Altsys 0.71a works properly without moving the altsys_functions.php file from the extras folder within XOOPS 2.3.2b.

GIJoe has defined XOOPS 2.3 in the altsys_functions within ver. 0.71a as
define'ALTSYS_CORE_TYPE_X23P' 10 ) ; // 2.3 from xoops.org (phppp's P)


I just thought I would share what I have learned in trying to get this beast installed.

Tested on XAMPP local installation

XOOPS Version - XOOPS 2.3.2b
PHP Version - 5.2.8
MySQL Version - 5.1.30-community
Server API Version - apache2handler
OS Version - WINNT

Tested on remote installation:

XOOPS Version - XOOPS 2.3.2b
PHP Version - 5.2.8
MySQL Version - 5.0.51a-community
Server API Version - apache2handler
OS Version - Linux



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