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Stewdio
Re: Registration Question
  • 2007/2/25 0:58

  • Stewdio

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Chicks,

The email will come from the Email options in the Admin preferences section. I know this may sound a little crazy, and forgive me if I'm assuming the wrong thing, but the email address in your profile could be different then your main email for the XOOPS site administration.

System email will come fromt he general preferences section, not the user profile, even if you are UID=1 (or admin).

Thats the only realistic thing I can see happening here.

@attoc

I'm not sure why you want to go through the hassle, but yes, it can be done via phpmyadmin. A search through the tables for pending requests will yeild the results your looking for. Although I can't say for sure what table it is, I would have to dig around for that, but it shouldn't be too hard to find.
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Stewdio
Re: Akismet implementation for Xoops
  • 2007/2/25 0:45

  • Stewdio

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Hey Mike,

I'm not sure which blog module your using, but the recent xPress blog module might elp aleviate your spam problem. It's Wordpress wrapped in a XOOPs gift box.

I haven't done any extensive testing, but I see no reason why Akismet won't work with the xPress module, in fact it comes bundled with the module. All you need is an API key.

Hope it helps some.
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Stewdio
Hey Gang
  • 2006/10/21 22:42

  • Stewdio

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Hows it going all?

I havn't been online for quite some time (going on months) and I decided to pop on over and see what's up with the community.

I see the Dev team is hard at work with some really nice improvements. You guys are really making some serious strides on the OSD side of things. The recognition you deserve is starting to come to light. Keep up the good work!

What promted me to drop a line though, is the XOOPS community itself. I'm starting see a large boost in new users, new module coders and largely, new theme developers.

I am awestruck at the level of quality you are all putting into your work! Visually, the latest round of themes are incredibly professional and on the other side of the coin, some are just downright beautiful looking on a personal level for blog style layouts!

All I can say is "Wow!"

Keep up the good work!

I'll be around from time to time. Expect to see me a bit more as 2.4 comes to life. Maybe then I can get on the ball and get my site back on line, oh, and maybe get an internet connection :-p

Till then, take care and good luck to you all!
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Stewdio
Re: howto get xoops to show on main page
  • 2006/6/30 23:31

  • Stewdio

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Move all the files from your directory to your html root directory. Most ftp clients will let you move files around with ease.

Open and edit your mainfile.php to reflect the new path.

*edit*

Of course reading the entire post would help....

Uhhh, what Bender said :-p
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Stewdio
Re: Images Not Visible to Users
  • 2006/6/30 23:29

  • Stewdio

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I find it hard to beleive the problem is choosing random users with different configurations and not allowing them to see the images.

What I suspect is the hosting environment.

Are the affected users always seeing no images, or is it just some of the time for some of the users?

Is it possible that the images are being blocked by the server, as in remote image blocking, etc?

I don't have answers, but I do have questions. :-p
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Stewdio
Re: Guests cant see blocks
  • 2006/5/21 12:52

  • Stewdio

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go to your groups administration and tick off which block you would like anonymous users to have access to. By default, they are generaly set to logged in u sers, so that you can edit things prior to publicaction.
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Stewdio
Re: A new Fork : Xoops is dead, long live to Boops !
  • 2006/4/2 13:33

  • Stewdio

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Beautiful, thanks for the laughs!

Oh, WordPress and Text Pattern joined forces to create WordPattern if anyone caught the joke yesterday
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Stewdio
Re: View Account notifiication.php Blank and No Emails
  • 2006/3/19 1:12

  • Stewdio

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  • Posts: 1560

  • Since: 2003/5/7 1


Please reupload your files to the server. It appears as though some of your files may have become corrupt during a transfer. Be sure to upload from the original source you uploaded.

It is also possible your download was corrupted, so please be sure to download the exact same file version as previous.

Once uploaded, go to Admin>Module Administration and click the System image to update all your system files. It may be possible that this is all you need to do before re-uploading your files, so I would give this s try first.
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Stewdio
Re: Is there anyone interested in upgrading mysites from Xoops 2.09 to 2.2.4
  • 2006/3/19 1:05

  • Stewdio

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  • Since: 2003/5/7 1


If you upgrade to 2.2.4, you will wait a slightly longer period for an upgrade to 2.4.

I would recommend to you to continue using your current version until 2.4 has come out. A script for the upgrade will be made available at that time. There is a script for the 2.0.x to 2.2.x series, but you may encounter some bugs depending on your server environment and many other as of yet, fully unnaccounted variables.

I strongly reccomend that you use the 2.0.13 series on your production sites for the time being, as this is the most stable version.

Upgrades are available to upgrade your 2.0.9 version to 2.0.13.x in the downloads secion of the site. This is as far as you should upgrade for the time being.
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Stewdio
Re: Half xoops in one language the other half in another
  • 2006/3/19 1:02

  • Stewdio

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  • Since: 2003/5/7 1


Modules will have separate language files and this will cause your site to be in it's current state of affairs if you for instance, upload a module that contains English only language files.

You can add all the system language files that you want, but only to a point. Since an XOOPS site is module driven and dependant, it is neccessary for all your modules to have the appropriate translations. In many cases, the moduke developer will specify what languages it has translated and what languages it needs help in developing.

You can always modify the laguage files yourself and then submit them to the module developer. At least you will know that your site is in good working order with your own language.

I hope this helps some.
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