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kahumbu

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Posted on: 2004/5/26 14:45
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#31

Re: Comments on forum.

This is definitely possible but this setup would have to be a customization procedure per site. Adding this within the 'default' XOOPS installation would defeat the purpose of a modular implementation of features as you have 1 module dependent on another. Some XOOPS site will not have forums, some will use other forum mods like phpBB or IPB.

The comments system is part of the core (I think) and it allows other modules to have a comment system even without newbb.

But, honestly, I think this is a really nice feature to have.


kahumbu

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Posted on: 2004/5/26 14:20
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#32

Re: Alert message for guest comments

XOOPS cannot possibly know if the Anonymous user is actually a member who did not login. Even by IP address this would be full of holes.

A workaround for this is to use Smarty to add some message in the comments section if the poster is not logged in. Maybe something similar to:

<{if $xoops_isuser != true}>
You are posting as Anonymous
<{/if}>

I know some of the devs can improve on my code suggestion.


kahumbu

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Posted on: 2004/5/25 22:15
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#33

Re: Changing "status" message style

You would need to edit the system_redirect.html template from within the System Admin > Templates.

Check out this link:
redirect page color and message


kahumbu

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Posted on: 2004/5/25 22:12
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#34

Re: making 3 collums and having different rightmenu in tiny content page

On the outset, I'd say that's feasible but difficult for newbies. You might need to get a better understanding of the layout of the theme.html.

You can start here:
Block Positioning


kahumbu

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Posted on: 2004/5/25 19:47
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#35

Re: Cannot delete Admin user

Using the same exact words in your title for the search, the 5th result was this:
Admin user cannot be deleted

The link provided in that thread is this:
delete users bug

But as Herko said, you can check the CVS.


kahumbu

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Posted on: 2004/5/25 12:03
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#36

Re: ip addresses of users. Where are they?

If the IP gif doesn't work (it should, but...) you can just use the Smarty tag for the IP and place it somewhere inside the post area, similar to the Comment posts.

Take note of the Smarty conditional tags, though, so that it can only be viewed by admin.


kahumbu

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Posted on: 2004/5/24 18:22
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#37

Re: look at that ..

Probably the most innovative XOOPS theme I have ever seen. Why, I can't even tell it's made with XOOPS!

Your site is giving me ideas on how to improve mine. Thanks!


kahumbu

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Posted on: 2004/5/24 16:18
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#38

Re: ip addresses of users. Where are they?

Hi plubius,

You might want to look at this thread:
IP Addresses in Forums

It discusses a small template hack to add the IP for administrators.


kahumbu

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Posted on: 2004/5/24 12:05
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#39

Re: WEB ERROR

This may or may not help, but the same error happens to me when I use the MySQL Control Center program to access my DB, and then try to login to my XOOPS site. This is for my local setup. I just turn off the connection from the program.

Were you using some 3rd party program to access the DB simultaneously with browsing the site? I don't expect that to be a common problem, but it does happen to me.


kahumbu

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Posted on: 2004/5/23 16:55
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#40

Re: Resend activation key ?

Go to System Admin -> Mail Users. Choose "Send message to inactive users only (optional)".

In the body, use the {X_UACTLINK} tag to put the activation link. Add some more text/tags as you want. Check the left column of the body field for more useful tags.



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