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davidsless
xoops 2.3.1 registration problem
  • 2008/10/13 5:34

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Well done! XOOPS 2.3.1 is great.

Small problem . New people cannot register on our site
www.communication.org.au.

If you go to our home page and select 'subscribe' (our term for register), you are taken to register.php.

When you fill it out, you are taken to a blank white page with the following content:

Your name: peterpan
Email: peterpan@mac.com
Time Zone: GMT +10

There is no entry for this user in the data base.

Any ideas?



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davidsless
Re: Profile Problem: cannot delete field
  • 2008/10/2 5:38

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Thanks,

When do you expect that to be released?



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davidsless
Profile Problem: cannot delete field
  • 2008/10/2 1:39

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I'm using Profile 1.5 on XOOPS 2.3.0

When I try to delete a field, nothing happens.

Can anyone help, please?



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davidsless
Re: changing the redirect url
  • 2008/3/21 7:16

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Thank you Hervé,

That worked!

Happy Easter

David



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davidsless
Re: changing the redirect url
  • 2008/3/21 2:43

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Rune

That's great, thanks, and I can use it for something I want to do, but what I need is something more specific.

I should have been more specific, sorry.

When visitors come to our site there are some areas that they cannot access till they become subscribers. The redirect tells them this but then takes them to …htdocs/index.php.

I want to change this so that it takes them to …htdocs/register.php

any ideas?



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davidsless
changing the redirect url
  • 2008/3/20 23:02

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I would like to change the way in which the redirection works when someone wants to access an area or page to which they are not eligible

Instead of being redirected to …/htdocs/index.php I would like to redirect them to another page. Is this possible?

What code do I need to change?

Happy Easter

David



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davidsless
Re: Could not instantiate mail function
  • 2007/5/26 1:05

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Of course!

Thanks



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davidsless
Re: Could not instantiate mail function
  • 2007/5/25 23:21

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Hi Christian,

The answer you gave me did not solve the problem but it made fault visible. As is often the case, the real problem was me!

A few days ago I decided that two of us should get administrative notifications from the site so I changed the 'Admin mail address' in the general preferences, adding the other persons email and separating the two emails with a coma, as one does on a normal email. That is what caused the problem.

Once I changed the mail settings, as you suggested, instead of the inscrutable 'Could not instantiate mail function', I got an error message saying that it didn't recognise the two emails separated by a comma as a valid email address.

So, thank you. You did help me fix it in a roundabout way.

But this lead me back to the original problem I tried to solve. How do I get admin emails directed to two different people?

Any ideas?



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davidsless
Re: Could not instantiate mail function
  • 2007/5/25 1:47

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Here are the settings from our cpanel


Operating system Linux
Service Status Click to View
Kernel version 2.6.8-022stab078.21-enterprise
Machine Type i686
Apache version 1.3.37 (Unix)
PERL version 5.8.0
Path to PERL /usr/bin/perl
Path to sendmail /usr/sbin/sendmail
Installed Perl Modules Click to View
PHP version 4.4.4
MySQL version 4.1.21-standard
cPanel Build 10.9.0-RELEASE 10737
Theme cPanel X v2.6.0



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Could not instantiate mail function
  • 2007/5/25 0:36

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Hi,

The message in the subject line has begun appearing on our login page when a user forgets their password, types in their email and sends the message.

We have tried a number of things to cure this including reinstalling some of the relevant php files in the htdocs directory, updating the module, altering the Mail settings in our System Module Preferences.

We have been in touch with our service provider and they claim that there is no problem at their end.

I have googled the subject line and it appears our problem is not unique to us, nor to xoops, but I also get the impression that nobody out there really knows how to fix it.

Any thoughts, ideas?




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