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sailjapan

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Posted on: 2010/3/18 10:12
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#31

Re: Back-end (Admin) specialist

download and try out the 2.5alpha, I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.


sailjapan

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Posted on: 2010/3/18 10:04
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#32

Re: Xortify 1.16

Has anyone tried this module? It sounds like it would be a boon to anyone suffering from spammers...


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Posted on: 2010/3/18 9:51
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#33

Re: Catads and Google maps?

As deka said, TDM have this module: TDMAds 1.0

You can see a demo (with google maps block displayed) here.


sailjapan

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Posted on: 2010/3/18 9:45
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#34

Re: Opinion-Will Xoops work as a multi-store site?

Surely a task for group permissions, no?


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Posted on: 2010/3/18 9:37
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#35

Re: {merge request] To Admin - Spammer Targeting Xoops sites - duplicate material

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sounds like we would be best off having a security module that can be placed in the system that will allow a nightly connection to a server database somewhere that will list the spammer information and allow automatic updating of this information and from there the system can automate banning the ips, the urls or whatever else is there.


Xortify! Read about it here.


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Posted on: 2010/3/18 9:32
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#36

Re: Possibility to upgrade from Xoops 2.2.x into 2.4.x

Short answer: Yes.

Read the release notes in the 2.4.4 download

Quote:
Upgrading from XOOPS 2.0.* above 2.0.14 and 2.2.* (using the full package)
0. Unpack the archive to your LOCAL computer (e.g. PC) in a temporary directory.
1. Move the "upgrade" folder inside the "htdocs" folder (it's been kept out as it's not needed for full installs) on your local computer
2. Delete htdocs/mainfile.php, htdocs/install/, htdocs/cache/, htdocs/template_c/, htdocs/themes/ and htdocs/uploads/ from the "htdocs" folder on your LOCAL computer
* if you have created XOOPS_TRUST_PATH folder on your server, copy the content of /xoops_lib to that directory, and delete /xoops_lib from the "htdocs" folder on your LOCAL computer
3. Upload the content of the /htdocs folder on your LOCAL computer over your existing files on your server
4. For security considerations, you are encouraged to move directories xoops_lib (for XOOPS libraries) and xoops_data (for XOOPS data) out of Document Root, and change the folder names.
5. Make the directory of xoops_data/ writable; Create and make the directories of xoops_data/caches/, xoops_data/caches/xoops_cache/, xoops_data/caches/smarty_cache/ and xoops_data/caches/smarty_compile/ writable.
6. Ensure the server can write to mainfile.php (permission 0777 on Linux)
7. If you have Protector previously installed, open the "mainfile.php" file , and remove the Pre-check and Post-check lines (if they exist):

include XOOPS_TRUST_PATH.'/modules/protector/include/precheck.inc.php' ;
include XOOPS_TRUST_PATH.'/modules/protector/include/postcheck.inc.php' ;

8. Access <your.site.url>/upgrade/ with a browser, and follow the instructions
9. Follow the instructions to update your database
10. Write-protect mainfile.php again (permission 0444 on Linux)
11. Delete the "upgrade" folder from your server
12. Update the "system" module from the modules administration interface, other modules are recommended to update as well


Don't forget that some of your modules might not work in their past incarnation. make sure all modules are upgraded in advance!

And finally, don't forget the all important pre-doing-anything back ups!!


sailjapan

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Posted on: 2010/3/16 13:01
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#37

Re: League Betting Module Request

Sounds like a job for wishcraft


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Posted on: 2010/3/16 12:54
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#38

Re: How do i redirect an old xoops page to main page ?

If your host provides you with CPanel, there's a redirect function there that's easy to use.


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Posted on: 2010/3/16 2:32
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#39

Re: 1--page Horizontal layouts

Excellent themes! would love to see something similar for xoops.


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Posted on: 2010/3/14 15:42
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#40

Re: WF-Links or any Links Module??

Happy Linux's weblinks is great if you can get your head around the php based templating (why do devs do that? It makes for such difficult customization).



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