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nachenko

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Posted on: 2007/11/11 23:30
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#31

Re: Xoops not sending mail to everyone

You get this blank screen even when you activate the Debug PHP console?


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Posted on: 2007/11/10 11:41
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#32

Re: Funky news glitch

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There is no Extended Text field in the news submission form for registered users unless they are given approve permissions as well as submit permissions.


+1.

I always change this on new installations.


nachenko

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Posted on: 2007/11/9 15:38
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#33

Re: How to get module content

Perhaps you could do a flat, blockless theme, and force XOOPS to use it when called from the other site.


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Posted on: 2007/11/8 15:44
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#34

Re: Module System Problem - Unable to write to main menu

Are you sure mainmenu template is correctly uploaded? Check in your server the file is in modules/system/templates/blocks, and check the name and content.

Maybe the file is damaged.


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Posted on: 2007/11/7 16:42
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#35

How to evaluate accesibility of a site

Hi!

Ready to go for a new project. Now, a new problem: I have to guarantee the site is accesible. It's a site about Ergonomics, so it makes all the sense.

Firefox web developer toolbar includes online validation links, and I've read some W3C stuff about it (I'll try to get "Class AA").

Now my questions:

· Tools that can really be trusted to check my site is really accesible.

· How can I demonstrate (or even certify) I reach Class AA.

I'm yet in the "educate myself" phase, so any comments and suggestions are welcome.


nachenko

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Posted on: 2007/11/7 16:00
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#36

Re: Problem with article module and mastop-publish

Quote:

As you can see that my editor is dark. Can anyone help me to advise me how to make it "white"?


I think latest version has an option in preferences to force white background in editor.


nachenko

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Posted on: 2007/11/7 15:08
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#37

Re: News Mod question

I'd check the Smarty debug console to see whether the block generates a Smarty tag for the full article. If this is the case, just include this tag in your template. Otherwise, you should modify the blocks's code to get this data, generate a Smarty tag and then put it in the template.

It's easier than you think.


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Posted on: 2007/11/7 8:49
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#38

Re: Xoops not sending mail to everyone

A customer of mine send thousands in bunches of 100. That is, he clicks on "send", the system send 100, then a window loads with a list of the users mailed and a button saying: click "Next" to send next 100.

It works fine.

The problem is how to test he system without bothering your registered users. You should locate the mail function in the code, comment the line that actually sends the mail and activate the debug console.

Look for this in file "modules/system/admin/mailusers.php"

$xoopsMailer->send(true);

This is the line you should comment, so you DON'T SEND MAILS, but all other processes are done.

Tell us what happens.


nachenko

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Posted on: 2007/11/6 23:32
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#39

Re: Xoops not sending mail to everyone

It could be an "out of memory" problem.

Use XOOPS info to check your PHP configuration. Look for Memory limit or something like that. If it's 8 Mbytes, this is too low, 16 should be more than enough.


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Posted on: 2007/11/5 13:42
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#40

Re: Catching SPAM bots in XoopsForms without CAPTCHA

Now that we are talking about 2.0.18 possible new features, I'd want to bring this idea back. The only method I find would require to do add some code to the form class code and some code in header.php file to check the trap.

If no one find a cleaner method to do this, that is, without hacking the core, I'll do a proposal later. Now I'd want to hear some suggestions.



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