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Re: text editors not working
  • 2008/2/19 20:57

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I have this problem in my Articles module - it was a while ago, so I forget what happened now, but something changed in either the XOOPS editors package, or XOOPS itself which caused anything other than the default editors to stop working in Articles and News, etc.

As far as I remember, CBB has its own solution, but when I last tried it, it seemed a bit hit and miss as to whether it would work.

I think it will work with some of the editor packages if you still get them, as they were before the editors package was released.

I don't think the problem has ever been sorted - if anyone knows how to fix it properly, please let me know!



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AndyM
Re: My server is being upgraded, will I have problems?
  • 2008/2/13 16:25

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I made this move a few months ago, and XOOPS was fine - I only had a few minor problems with a couple of modules, but these were fixed with updates.

It really depends upon what modules you're using - some will be fine regardless, but the ones that have had problems with PHP5 and are still actively developed should be okay with it by now.



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AndyM
Re: Converting a PHP script to a Xoops Module?
  • 2008/1/27 21:06

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Quote:
You completely lost me on that whole sentance, lol. Not sure what your refering to.

Anyway, my game is a text-based MMORPG game if that helps.


I think Northern got himself confused as he started talking about "anime or gamming scripts" - if he hadn't said about anime, I would have thought he just made a spelling mistake.

However, there is a sexual practise called "gamming" (look it up on the Urban Dictionary), which I think he may have been thinking of when he replied, which photos of would be illegal on many servers.

Gaming scripts should be fine, as long as it does not involve gambling.



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AndyM
Re: Converting a PHP script to a Xoops Module?
  • 2008/1/27 19:22

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The OP was walking about a gaming script - gamming is something totally different...



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AndyM
Re: Example XOOPS sites...
  • 2007/10/11 20:48

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Quote:

Ah, I remember that thread now. Thanks.



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Re: Example XOOPS sites...
  • 2007/10/11 19:48

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I had a look at the current gaining-mass.com site, which is using PHP-Fusion - it's absolutely horrendous. I don't know if it's the same person running it, but how they could go from the site under XOOPS to the current monstrosity, I do not know...

Don't worry, I'm not jumping ship, at least not yet. I'll admit that I have had a closer look at Joomla over the last day or two, and apart from getting a bit confused between why the hell there are three types of plugins/modules ("components", "modules" and "mambots") I found the admin to be no where near as user friendly and intuitive as XOOPS, so if I were to be offering a CMS based site with Joomla, I'd spend more time teaching the customer how to use it.

Anyway, apart from that, anyone have any other example sites? I guess I may just have to knuckle down and do some examples.



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Example XOOPS sites...
  • 2007/10/11 1:59

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I've made an offer to do a CMS based site for someone, but before I am asked, I'd wonder if anyone could point me to any professional sites that don't particularly look like a CMS based site...

I have a recollection of one to do with body building, but I forget the name and the URL, etc.



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AndyM
Re: Date problem at newbb forum 3.01.
  • 2007/10/7 17:58

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The latest version of CBB (formerly newbb) is something like 3.08, so I'd suggest you update as the problem may already have been fixed...



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Re: XOOPS Sites hacked...
  • 2007/8/26 21:16

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Well, they have already been warned about potential problems with the move to PHP5, so I guess they can put up with any minor hassles from phpsuexec...



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Re: XOOPS Sites hacked...
  • 2007/8/26 20:12

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Quote:

vaughan wrote:
check if your server is running php under phpsuexec mode.

if it is, you can safely chmod those folders to 755 instead of 777 which will prevent that kind of malicious upload into word writable permissions.

it's probable that they found a way to upload without touching your XOOPS because the folders were 777


It's not, yet.

I've scheduled the server for an upgrade to PHP5 soon, so I may enable it then. Seems though, that it will cause some problems that some people will have to fix.




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