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rcjohnson
Re: How do I center a Xoops site?
  • 2005/2/2 18:27

  • rcjohnson

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 187

  • Since: 2004/7/23


Your syle sheet may be overriding your html tag in your top table.

If you add this to your "middle" table, it should center itself.

<!-- -->

  <
table cellspacing="0" [b]align="center">[/b]
    <
tr>
      <
td id="leftcolumn">

        <!-- 
Start left blocks loop -->


Hope that helps...



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rcjohnson
Re: Simple Site
  • 2005/2/1 19:13

  • rcjohnson

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 187

  • Since: 2004/7/23


You got yourself a really cool idea for a site.

If you look in your language files /modules/news/language you will be able to change the words being used. For example, instead of "Submit News" you can change this to Submit Confession.

You can also change things like instead of "Topic" you can make it read "subject" or category. This can all be done in teh laguage file.



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rcjohnson
Re: Xoops code (bbcode) implementation
  • 2005/2/1 19:07

  • rcjohnson

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  • Posts: 187

  • Since: 2004/7/23


How about using an image of the text information you want to show?



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rcjohnson
Re: How to open and edit html files
  • 2005/1/27 18:18

  • rcjohnson

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 187

  • Since: 2004/7/23





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rcjohnson
Re: WF-Sections Security Hole
  • 2005/1/27 18:10

  • rcjohnson

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  • Posts: 187

  • Since: 2004/7/23


When I first started using wf-sections, that was one of the first things I found. So I started to put together a url check to ensure that the page being accessed came from a valid link.

Then I realized that was way to cumbersome, so I just gavae up on it as well.

The last I heard from wf-projects, was that the wf-sections was goign to be coded in a differetn language. But as you said, there have not been any updates for months.

- Ryan



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rcjohnson
Re: Lost a customer
  • 2005/1/17 17:45

  • rcjohnson

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 187

  • Since: 2004/7/23


It can sometime be very frustrating when working with a new system.

The teams and users that support this project do so because they are good natured and want to give back to the community. Most of the people that support and develop the XOOPS project do not expect any monetary rewards. Maybe a small amount of recognition to the community for their hard work, but that’s about it..

When you registered and downloaded these files, you became part of a great community of professional and mature developers, college kids, and people just looking for something fun to do with their time.

Your first problem was coming in thinking your a customer,
your second problem was not fully explaining the problem, your third problem was not letting anyone know the solution given to you did not solve your problem.
(Did you even look???)

If you want to be treated like a customer contract out one of the developers.

If you stick with xoops, hoooray!! Otherwise....till that attitude changes...good riddance and good luck with Mambo..



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rcjohnson
Re: Meta tag title for newbb module
  • 2005/1/17 14:23

  • rcjohnson

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 187

  • Since: 2004/7/23


NewBB files can be found here.



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rcjohnson
Re: Reinstall Xoops?
  • 2005/1/17 14:01

  • rcjohnson

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 187

  • Since: 2004/7/23


Your way may work, but it would be so much easier to just copy your database and XOOPS files to your live server.
THEN upgrade to the lastest release.

Don't forget to edit your mainfile.php with your new site paths.



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rcjohnson
Re: Which Module(s)
  • 2005/1/17 12:29

  • rcjohnson

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 187

  • Since: 2004/7/23


I don't think there is a module for changeable member pages. However there is a mod that allows users o store a list of their own selected links. Personal Link Manager


Also, check out wf-downloads.wf-downloads. Its a full permission based download/upload module. It has the functionality of what you’re looking for, however does not have the exact design layout you want.

I think those, in combination with a mod like https://xoops.org/modules/repository/singlefile.php?cid=48&lid=1455 will get you to where you want to be.


- Ryan



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rcjohnson
Re: Editing the anonymous aeria
  • 2005/1/17 12:21

  • rcjohnson

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 187

  • Since: 2004/7/23


Go to your Administration | System Admin | Groups:

Under "Edit Groups" you'll see a list of all the current user groups. Select the "Modify" link near the group you want to add permissions or access authorization and rights to.

Then a page with a list of all the installed modules and blocks will appear again. Select the module and blocks you want any given group to have access to.

The Group access permissions are divided into several sections:
System Admin Rights
Modules Admin Rights
Module Access Rights
Block Access Rights.

You'll not want to give anon users Admin rights to any modules or blocks, otherwise they'll be able to edit or even perhaps destroy all your hard work.

When configuring groups to see blocks you’ll need to ensure that a user has "Module Access rights" to any module you give them "block access rights" to. Since most modules consist of several blocks, you can also limit which parts of any given module a user has access to.

That should get you started.




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