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Re: disabling submit news to non admins
  • 2003/12/17 0:31

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Thanks, is it possible to put an if statement around that so it doesnt show for People not in a certain group?



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Removing "Home" link from the Main Menu
  • 2003/12/16 19:58

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Is it possible to remove the Home link from the main menu? and other links such as FAQ but still have them function? I'd like to use my own menu in the header for this question.

Jonathan



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disabling submit news to non admins
  • 2003/12/16 19:51

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Hi there,

I would like to disable the submit news link in the main menu for users who are not admins. Currently it shows for all registered users. Ideally I would like the link to be gone completely and not just having the link not work..

Jonathan



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Re: resetting permissions
  • 2003/12/4 11:41

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Thanks, that fixed it!

Jonathan



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Re: resetting permissions
  • 2003/12/4 0:27

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I have admin.php and I login as "admin", and there is no system block... just News and FAQ. I dont have access to the main admin block anymore...



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resetting permissions
  • 2003/12/2 15:33

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In the Admin Menu I now longer have an admin block to configure... just the other blocks... I think this is because I've removed access to it.

I may have but the admin user into a group called webmasters and restricted access that group...

Not to worry...

is there a way I can reset the permissions to save a reinstall of the db?

Jonathan



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Xoops DHTML drop down menus
  • 2003/12/1 20:23

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Hiya,

For a site I'm making with Xoops, The designer would like to use pulldown menu's instead of the blocks on the left.

Take the menu to the left on this site, we Have:

User Menu
View Account
Edit Account
Notifications
Logout
Inbox

We would like to turn this into javascript dhtml menu's whereby "User Menu" is an image accross the top and the other options are a drop down dhtml menu from that.

My questions are:

1. Is this a Theme or a template?

2. Has it been done before to anyones knowledge? (I have looked in the downloads section)

3. Is it Hard / Not recommended for any reason?

When will the documentation be released, whats there currently is a bit bare... there might not be enough infomation for me to do this... do I need to revert to the source or is there beta docs somewhere?



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Re: Is there a Module that will all visitors to make their own webpage
  • 2003/11/30 12:14

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Where can I get the weblog module?



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Forums... phpbb newbb etc etc
  • 2003/11/28 11:18

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As a new XOOPS user I'm trying to Understand where XOOPS is and where it's going and most importantly how quickly...

This question is more about the forums though. I understand the version of phpbb used in XOOPS is quite old and there have been several new versions and significant changes in phpbb since the 'integration'. Does this mean the forums in XOOPS are not a module? Does this mean they cannot be replaced or other forums?

I saw in another thread that someone had ported the latest phpbb to XOOPS as a module: http://www.bbpixel.com/

Basically I'm trying to find out:

1. Are sticking with XOOPS built-in forums the best way to go for speed, efficiency and features?

2. Is this a disadvantage of XOOPS over other CMS'

3. Am I better off looking at other forum modules or is the XOOPS forum system cutting edge?

I suppose I dont like to think I'm missing out on something better..

Jonathan



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Re: User HomePage Module
  • 2003/11/27 12:19

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Spot on! The personal page module is the way to go. This way it is generic and can be used as a personal page for any XOOPS System.

Unfortunately not speaking German it's a tough one. I'll try and install myxoopsforge and see what I can figure out... is the 'my sourceforge' personal page version a seperate download?




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