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MangoMan
Re: test this
  • 2002/1/4 14:28

  • MangoMan

  • Just popping in

  • Posts: 10

  • Since: 2001/12/22


I just noticed the images do not display on my site.
I am running on a Cobalt Raq server which runs Apache, Php 4.0.3pl1 and Mysql.

I cannot edit any config file since i do not own the server. Anyone any ideas?

http://www.kitsuneaye.co.uk/modules/visitors2/

<small>[ Edited by MangoMan on 2002/1/4 6:29:52 ]</small>



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onokazu
Re: A couple of questions on blocks...
  • 2002/1/4 12:28

  • onokazu

  • XOOPS Founder

  • Posts: 617

  • Since: 2001/12/13


2) The main menu is auto-generated, so it cannot be edited from the admn section. The content field of the blocks form for modules blocks is to add additional contents to each block. You can add your contents to either before or after the original cotents of a module block.



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rolyatag
Re: Main Menu?
  • 2002/1/4 5:39

  • rolyatag

  • Just popping in

  • Posts: 1

  • Since: 2002/1/4 3


I was having the same problem and this seems to have fixed it for me...thanks.



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w4z004
Re: A couple of questions on blocks...
  • 2002/1/4 5:03

  • w4z004

  • XOOPS Advisor

  • Posts: 340

  • Since: 2001/12/13


2 -) No, the generation is automatic!
the field "Content" is for "add" before or after more information!
For add or remove options from main menu is easy. or set right into groups, or if not use the feature, disable the module!

Experiment with this: create new Custom block, put a title, and create a "Content" inside

And look the result, remember activate this block (visible).



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jerryj
Re: A couple of questions on blocks...
  • 2002/1/4 4:52

  • jerryj

  • Just popping in

  • Posts: 33

  • Since: 2001/12/20


Well, I figured out #1 above. I had to go back and re-edit a topic after I had changed the permissions to force the system to recreate the topictree.txt file in /modules/news/cache.

Still wondering about #2, though.



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jerryj
A couple of questions on blocks...
  • 2002/1/3 23:16

  • jerryj

  • Just popping in

  • Posts: 33

  • Since: 2001/12/20


Hi...I have a couple of questions on blocks.

1.) I have changed all permissions according to the install docs, activated the News block, entered topics and subtopics, entered a couple of articles, and clicked on "update" in the admin menu, but I cannot get anything to show up in the "News Topics" block.

2.) When I go to the blocks section on the admin menu, and I click on a block to edit it, "Main Menu" for example, should I be able to see the content (HTML) that generates the menu in the content field of the form? If so, it is not showing up. If not, how do I edit the content of the Main Menu and any other blocks?




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aitor
Re: test this
  • 2002/1/3 20:50

  • aitor

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 148

  • Since: 2002/1/2 2


I have been in an error it wasn´t a security hole as said me onokaze.

If you put a link to http://www.yoursite/modules/visitors2/ then you could see your statistics.

And to make it no visible for out people put change their permisions in group permisions.



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aitor
Re: test this
  • 2002/1/3 19:32

  • aitor

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 148

  • Since: 2002/1/2 2


I Have this problem also in my domain server but not in my normal computer.

I find how to see the statistic and they are well recorded in my domain server. But it has a security hole and I am going to say to xooops members first.

But your informatión is well recorded.



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Kiwi-NZ
Re: test this
  • 2002/1/3 12:50

  • Kiwi-NZ

  • Just popping in

  • Posts: 11

  • Since: 2001/12/26


I deleted everything again, reformated drive , reinstalled evertthing , but did not use foxserv.
Downloaded apache , php , MySQL , installed them and guess what it works. Must be something to do with foxserv.
Thanks for all the help. now go have a



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onokazu
Re: Main Menu?
  • 2002/1/3 7:29

  • onokazu

  • XOOPS Founder

  • Posts: 617

  • Since: 2001/12/13


Did you chmod 666 all files under the "cache" folder under "system" module? The contents of main menu is written into a file called "mainmenu.txt" under this folder.

Also some other modules have its own "cache" folder and files in those folder must also be chmod 666.
hope this helps







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