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Re: How do I add a new preference to the system module?
  • 2007/5/13 18:36

  • Herko

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you'll have to edit modules/system/xoops_version.php

There's some excellent posts on this forum that explain how to add any of the wysiwyg editors to a module, they also explain what you should add to the xoops_version.php file.

Herko



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Herko
Re: trouble with userinfo.php
  • 2007/5/13 18:33

  • Herko

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The notices you posted don't have anything to do with any userinfo/user.php scripts. So they can't be a clue to what could be causing this.

Reading through your post I get a suspicion that the user database tables may be corrupted or something. Can you check that?
Can you reproduce the strange behaviour (deleting whole user info, site crashing) with the error logger turned on (system admin -> preferences -> general settings)?

Does the error log of the server give you any clues as to what might be going wrong? I tcould be a misconfiguration on the server level...

Herko



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Herko
Re: Block question
  • 2007/5/13 17:47

  • Herko

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What about Instant Zero's Boox module? As I understand it (I have never used it myself) it created HTML files from blocks, so you can use them on other sites.

Herko



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Herko
Re: Change 'Home' to 'Welcome' on Xoops Main Menu
  • 2007/5/12 21:25

  • Herko

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modules/system/language/english/blocks.php I think.

Herko



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Herko
Re: div vs. tables
  • 2007/5/10 20:34

  • Herko

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The basic principle is to use the HTML tags for what they're there for: div tags to create sections in a page, tables to display tabular data, paragraphs for text and headers for (you're probably getting the drift here) headers. This principle is called semantic html. This also means you're separating the layout from your content.

There are methods to create a theme based on divs that look the same in MSIE and Firefox. Just search the web, this has everything to do with clear and valid stylesheets and a small set of MSIE specific workarounds.

Or you can try downloading a CSS theme from http://xoopsfactory.com/ and look in the theme and css files.

Herko



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Herko
Re: blank page on login
  • 2007/5/7 8:44

  • Herko

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It works for me. Must have been a glitch in your connection or something.

Herko



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Herko
Re: Carpenter: self-writing class code for XOOPS
  • 2007/5/6 18:26

  • Herko

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[borat mode]Niiiiice[/borat mode]

I've notified Skalpa, but it would be great if you could post your development ideas on the sf.net core development forums.

Herko



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Herko
Re: Site Migration
  • 2007/5/6 18:16

  • Herko

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remove all files except index.html from the templates_c/ folder and check if ALL files have been copied over properly. This could be a case of a corrupt file.

Herko



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Herko
Re: Changing it back to LOPD or w/e it is.
  • 2007/5/6 8:19

  • Herko

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Odd.

When you installed XOOPS, you created a superuser account for the webmaster. This account is always available through the default XOOPS authentication method. So if you selected that as your login option, then you should always be able to login.

So I do not understand why you can't login when you have the default method selected, and not LDAP. For LDAP you need to configure both the XOOPS site and the LDAP server correctly, and then you would at least know you were dealing with LDAP (ie know the name).

So what really is the problem here? You should be able to login using the default login method (XOOPS authentication). If you've logged in using that, you can configure your XOOPS site to authenticate via the LDAP server.

Herko



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Herko
Re: Best Practice - children
  • 2007/5/4 9:34

  • Herko

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This is a privacy issue. The only way you can get a sure answer is by seeking a lawyer.

However, here's my personal view (IANAL - I am not a lawyer and TINLA - this is not legal advice): full names are part of the public domain. It should be, as it's main purpose is for it to be a unique identifier in the daily interaction with your surroundings. This is also why providing a false name to authorities is illegal in most cases.
Protecting one's privacy is part of any website's responsibility. But this should go as far as possible, and use publicly available information such as a full name in combination with a photo, only if it fits the purpose of the website. If so, joining that website means you agree to provide your public information on the website for that purpose.

You will have to decide if it fits the purpose of your website, and inform your members of this consequence (and perhaps debate how far the consequences should reach). If they don't agree, they're free to leave. Or, alternatively, you can change the policy.

Herko




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