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Anonymous

Posted on: 2002/3/15 1:28
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#292211

Re: Is there an English translation of the topsites module

Nope no idea, but check this one out if your feeling coding happy dantopsites.

..or mine http://www.topsite-toplist.com


lykoszine

Module Developer
Posted on: 2002/3/15 0:52
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#292212

Is there an English translation of the topsites module

Is there an English translation of the topsites module?

I would do it, but the language is not separated from the code, which makes it a bit tedious...


Herko

XOOPS is my life!
Posted on: 2002/3/13 9:17
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#292213

Re: pulldown navigation menu

I got mine positioned like i want, but it doesn´t show in my XOOPS page. I integrated it into my theme.php by calling upon the javascripts, adding the styles to style.css, and on my static page it works fine, but in the XOOPS generated PHP page, the menu isn´t displayed.

What code are u all using?? All help is appreciated!

Herko


Mikki

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Posted on: 2002/3/11 12:34
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#292214

Re: pulldown navigation menu

I didn't put my CoolMenu inside a table - If I'm not mistaken, it floats in a layer on top of everything else (except for form elements though!). CoolMenu was extremely straightforward as far as how to customize. Mine blends perfectly with my site now at http://rx.pharmacy.uh.edu.


Herko

XOOPS is my life!
Posted on: 2002/3/11 10:50
Herko
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#292215

Re: pulldown navigation menu

Hmm... I've been trying with coolmenu and webreference's HierMenu's (for which the basterds are now asking a licence fee!!), an dit still isn't working like I want it to.

I want a menu that looks and acts like Coolmenu (I really like the transition of the pulldown menu), BUT I'd like to position it nested inside a table row under the page header. I got a table (1 row, 1 column) @ 100% width, nested in that I got a table (4 rows, 1 column) centered and @ 80% width. First row of that nested table = header with logo (and if any, banners), under that the horizontal menu. BUT it wont work. No matter what I try.
The other rows are resp. content and footer.

I'm gonna fiddle some more (the site looks like shit in the meantime tho, so don't go and check it out ), and I'll let u all know as soon as I find out some more.

Where can I find the documentation for what files do what? For this module to work I need to be able to edit the menu. If you find a good example, please let me know by pm-ing me here!

Tnx for all your support :)

Herko


topoftheworld

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Posted on: 2002/3/11 9:23
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#292216

Re: pulldown navigation menu

Hey, your menu looks great, but how is it done?

Do you add something to the metafooter? Or to the Index.php or mainfile.php?

Thanks,
Harry

I like the Coolmenu's a lot and am looking to integrate them into some PHP content system. Hopefully Xoops, if they fix the cookie problems


<small>[ Edited by topoftheworld on 2002/3/11 10:24:06 ]</small>


Herko

XOOPS is my life!
Posted on: 2002/3/10 14:40
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#292217

Re: pulldown navigation menu

Tnx This really helps a lot. Could this be integrated into a new release of xoops?

Herko


chapi

Theme Designer
Posted on: 2002/3/10 14:08
chapi
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Since: 2002/1/22
#292218

Re: pulldown navigation menu

Please take a look at www.geigant.de. I just integrated the Coolmenu from www.dhtmlcentral.com in my theme.php. Its hand-made, but it is functionable. Perhaps this will help you ..


Herko

XOOPS is my life!
Posted on: 2002/3/10 11:02
Herko
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#292219

pulldown navigation menu

Hi,

Xoops rules, but since it's in active development, I'd like to add a request of my own.

I want to make a distinction between information blocks and navigation blocks. Now these two are intertwined quite randomly and this doesn't make for a good site navigation, or at least of a decent control over it.

I'd like to be able to build a windows-style pulldown navigation menu. And I'd like it to be horizontally, placed at the top (just below the header) and/or at the footer of my page. It will only show those modules which I selected for this menu, and only the top levels of those (ie. news, and not news, submit news and archive). On a mouseover it will show (if any) underlaying pages (ie. submit news and archive). Like I said, only those modules that I selected for this (ie. not stats and partner sites).

Any ideas on how to do this??

Herko


Anonymous

Posted on: 2002/3/1 10:54
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#292220

Re: Hacked the REF Hack :o)

Ok... found the problem.

Those online checkers dont like the closing tag.
They like it:
<meta name="keywords" content="hello, there">

They dont like it:
<meta name="keywords" content="hello, there" />

But just check W3's xhtml checker: http://validator.w3.org/

Example 1 is invalid, because all tags must be closed in XHTML. I think those online checkers are simply not up to date.

So, if anyone knows better than me... close meta tags, or dont close them?

BTW: I just checked XOOPS original header.php, and XOOPS originally closes meta tags too.

Also, Keyword injection, shuffle, & user agent discrimination is done Just need to fix non english chars, and add a keyword limit. And send me your common words :o)

<small>[ Edited by Half-Dead on 2002/3/1 12:06:54 ]</small>