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shivaji
Re: Portfolio
  • 2004/5/29 4:09

  • shivaji

  • Friend of XOOPS

  • Posts: 179

  • Since: 2003/9/18


Yes, theres no one to beat mylinks. This is the beat way to show portfolio. Doing a simple tweaking you can even show html content in the description field.

This gentleman also write about two "mylinks" module. I wonder is it really possible to make two mylinks module without much hack.



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shivaji
WFsection vs. XFSection [Short URL 4.0]
  • 2004/5/24 8:45

  • shivaji

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  • Posts: 179

  • Since: 2003/9/18


Hi :

What are the basic difference in between WFsection and XFSection modules? Though I found one link to download XFSection but WFSection downloadable link is not available, if I am not entering wrong keyword to search for WFSection.

If WFSection module at all exist, keeping in mind our friend reynaldo work on SHort URL v 4.0, I will compare both and will start working on anyone among the two Modules.

Thanks :)



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shivaji
Re: MyLinks : How to add [more] ?
  • 2004/5/18 8:12

  • shivaji

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  • Since: 2003/9/18


back. Few months seen others, did lot of research. Can I know the progress made on SEO with xoops? Thanks again.



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shivaji
Re: MyLinks : How to add [more] ?
  • 2004/5/18 7:52

  • shivaji

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  • Since: 2003/9/18


Herko:

Thanks :) Lets do some modification on the module.

-Shiva.



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shivaji
MyLinks : How to add [more] ?
  • 2004/5/18 3:04

  • shivaji

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  • Posts: 179

  • Since: 2003/9/18


Hi:

Web Links
---------

Is it possible to add [MORE..] link within each Link Listings ?

The thing is that few of my text description within links are bigger then 200 lines, so is there any way to show a [MORE..] link after say 10 lines and when user click on [MORE..] a new page with details description will be shown?

If it is not possible using WebLinks(mylinks) core module is there any other module which carries all features of "myLinks" but with [MORE..] option ?

I will be looking forward to get a quick reply. Thanks for you help :)



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shivaji
Re: ShortURLs hack
  • 2004/2/14 5:48

  • shivaji

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  • Posts: 179

  • Since: 2003/9/18


Hi:

Thanks a lot, I came to know about this thread from sunrapper! I am still running my site on 2.05 :(. I will keep you posted soon i upgrade my site to 2.06.

Thanks again for the excellent information regarding short URL.




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shivaji
Re: Apache mod_rewrite RewriteRule Success
  • 2004/1/26 16:16

  • shivaji

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  • Posts: 179

  • Since: 2003/9/18


Quote:

sunsnapper wrote:
I went to your web site and tried www.123ecominfo.com/contact/
and it did not work. I'm not sure which friendly links you tried... but, that was one included in my example.

So FTP into your web server and see if you see a .htaccess file in your web root (other posts in this thread talk about setting your FTP client to show hidden files).

If it is there, and not working, than your ISP is probably preventing its use. You can tell your ISP that if they cannot change this you will need to move to a new provider.

If your ISP allows the use of .htaccess but you have a syntax error, you would know immediately... your server would stop serving pages and give you an internal configuration error. You would remedy this by going back to a backup of your original .htaccess file while you worked to discover the error.


Hi:

I uploaded this :

RewriteEngine on
RewriteRule ^signout/$ /user.php?op=logout [L]
RewriteRule ^signout(.*)$ $1 [L]
RewriteRule ^myaccount/$ /user.php [L]
RewriteRule ^myaccount(.*)$ $1 [L]
RewriteRule ^contact(.*)$ /modules/contact$1 [L]
RewriteRule ^discuss(.*)$ /modules/newbb$1 [L]

No, how should I get to know that the friendly URL is working or not?

www.123ecominfo.com

Thanks,







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shivaji
Re: Apache mod_rewrite RewriteRule Success
  • 2004/1/26 4:58

  • shivaji

  • Friend of XOOPS

  • Posts: 179

  • Since: 2003/9/18




I am again uploading a fresh copy of .htaccess file. I will let you know soon. Thanks again !



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shivaji
Re: Apache mod_rewrite RewriteRule Success
  • 2004/1/25 10:04

  • shivaji

  • Friend of XOOPS

  • Posts: 179

  • Since: 2003/9/18


Quote:

sunsnapper wrote:
By default, Apache is going to put one of these files in your web root, I believe, so if it is not there your hosting provider may be going out of their way to prevent you from using .htaccess


Thanks for your reply. Yes, our ISPs prevent us from using .htaccess file directly. Though I have uploaded htaccess file through our ISps but is there any way to verify that (they uploaded the files or not) or the rewrite rule is at all success or not ? Is there any way to check whether it is been converted to friendly URLs or not,if yes how. My website is www.123ecominfo.com.

Thanks !




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shivaji
Re: Jobs module?
  • 2004/1/9 8:56

  • shivaji

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  • Posts: 179

  • Since: 2003/9/18


Quote:

catscity wrote:
heya shivaji..
pHp profession ( free )
http://sourceforge.net/projects/phprofession/

thats the only free job script i found over the net..


yeah. phpprofession already been ported into phpnuke. No doubt a excellent PHP script. you can download a working phpnuke module from www.spaghettibrain.com (Spanish)..time time :)




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