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Re: what the heck is a trackback in weblog ?

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limecity wrote:
what the heck is a trackback in weblog?
i got a #OOPS# whole list of spammers inside.
how do i disable track back in weblog? its attracting all porn sites !


Those are the exact same trackback spams I'm getting on my site, and I'm trying to figure out the same thing.

Of course, my favorite solution is to find the spammer, block is IP, then force him to eat his own reproductive organs in hollandaise sauce, but that's just me.
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Cannot edit templates/generate template files

Currently running XOOPS 2.0.9.3.

I cannot edit any template files. When I try, the server just hangs. I tried deleting the cache and clearing out templates_c and had no better luck.

Suggestions?
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Re: Cannot delete trackbacks on Weblog 1.41

GRR! These #OOPS#s are still adding their spam trackback. Anyone know how to stop this from happening? I'm willing to take about any suggestions.
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Cannot delete trackbacks on Weblog 1.41

I think I've found a bug in Weblog 1.42: you cannot delete trackbacks. Some lousy piece of excrement decided to trackbackspam a blog on one of the sites I work on, and we can't delete it. When we click on the "Delete" link it takes us to the link we're trying to delete!

Anyone encountered this and/or got a fix?
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Re: CONTACT US form with user-selectable recipient

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krauh wrote:
In a few days the webmaster of Xoops@IBDeeming says he's realeasing a module that does this more info is available on his forum.


That is exactly what I am looking for. Can't wait until it's officially released! Thanks!
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Re: CONTACT US form with user-selectable recipient

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jdseymour wrote:
With some configuration Formulaire can do what you want.


I tried using Formulaire a while back, but the docs were all in French and I couldn't get it to run properly. If there's a new version, I might give it a go.
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CONTACT US form with user-selectable recipient

I have had a couple of clients interested in modifying the standard "Contact Us" form so that the user can select a specific recipient. For instance, the company might have several departments ("Sales", "Advertising", "Human Resources", "Product Support") with different people responsible for each department ("Sam", "Alice", "Henry", and "Paul"). A user could go to the website, select the name of the department they wish to contact ("Advertising"), type the message, and then be confident that the proper recipient ("Alice") would get the email directly.

Has anyone seen a "Contact Us" module for XOOPS that does this?
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Re: PiCal 0.7 -- Remove GMT from detailed event view?

Quote:

peterr wrote:
Quote:

Ace_Armstrong wrote:
I can't find any reference to "640" or "630" anywhere in the code. I have gone through literally every file in the module and every file in the "common" directory.


Have a look at the db, the table name is "xoops_tplsource", and there are several occurances of '640' there. If I look in the corresponding table called "xoops_tplfile", the template files that have those values (in the db) are:

* pical_print.html
* pical_event_list.html

Sometimes the template row in the db is not the same as the template sitting in a path on the server.


Actually, I had alrady found those when I posted and changed them. It did not affect the output.

*sigh*
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Re: PiCal 0.7 -- Remove GMT from detailed event view?

Quote:

peterr wrote:
1. I downloaded Gubed PHP Debugger, which certainly seems to be a good tool, set breakpoints, and step through code, but of course, the PHP code needs to be on a 'local' server, an IP on your LAN somewhere.

2. You could try using
PHPXref, which is a very good cross-ref utility, it is open source, and to see a demo of how it works, there is a site that has all the osCommerce source code, as a demo for PHPXref, see http://www.oscdox.com/crossx/nav.html?index.html

I have loaded that locally in the past, takes up a bit of space, because it creates a load of html pages, but it is a very handy tool for finding out where functions and variables are used.

3. The only suggestion I can make to find out _where_ to change the code, is to walk down a path I _may_ take. With the use of Gubed, I'm chewing on loading something like 'phpdev', which is a bundled Apache, PHP, Mysql,etc, and run it on an old Win95b box I have, then I start up the web server locally, run XOOPS, and then look at using Gubed to debug piCal.


I have no idea how to do any of that. I'm a design guy, not a programmer.
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Re: PiCal 0.7 -- Remove GMT from detailed event view?

Quote:

peterr wrote:
Hmm, ... it seems most XOOPS modules display the centre content outside of the control structure sourced from the theme.html code. Here is some generated code from a forum display

[snip]

however the table positioning is aligned perfectly, whereas piCal is not. For example, the forums module code uses a percentage width for the table, rather than pixels:
[snip]

... so no doubt the piCal module should do the same, use percentages for the table widths.

HTH


Right. Which is the problem. I can't find where in the code it's specifying the pixel width so I can change it to percentages (or at least a smaller pixel width). My main objective at this point is to find that portion of the code so I can make the edits, but like I said: I can't find it anywhere, and I've been through the code line by line.

*sigh*
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