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Chainsaw
Re: Font settings
  • 2005/3/5 7:16

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You modify the fonts via the style.css file or by doing it in the template.



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Chainsaw
Re: seperate forums
  • 2005/3/5 7:15

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Not that I am aware of. You'll need to hack the core in order to prevent searching between forums.



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Chainsaw
Re: Flash Main Page for Xoops main page, is it possible?
  • 2005/3/5 7:11

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Yes, you can put flash menus by editing the theme.html file in the themes directory.

Ditto for the bottom. Do it in the theme.html file.



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Chainsaw
Re: How to upload files in forums newbb
  • 2005/3/5 7:10

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Not that I am aware of in the stock newbb module. You'll need to look at other forum modules.



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Chainsaw
Re: Is xoops as slow as they say?
  • 2005/3/4 22:23

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I'm using XOOPS as my office intranet. 250 computer users. Favorite use is searching for staff phone numbers and downloading official company forms.

I've used it on LAN, WAN, WiFI and the performance is outstanding.

I have a dedicated Celeron 1000 PC running Mandrake 9.2.

All I can say is ignore all those posts by people who say XOOPS is slow, or is slow with large number of users, or clunky, or difficult to use the CSS and/or templates or thing goes bump in the night. My experience is that is not the case, in fact XOOPS is a very strong contender with commercial CMS.

YOU need to install it and test for yourself. Your environment may be different from everyone else.



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Chainsaw
Re: Imago06 AND banners
  • 2005/2/16 9:28

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Did you set this to on in your System Admin, General Settings?

"Update module template .html files from themes/your theme/templates directory?"

Your theme files should be like this

<table class="head_table" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
  <
tr
    <
td class="head_logo"><a href="<{$xoops_url}>/"><img name="logo" src="<{$xoops_imageurl}>images/logo.gif" width="222" height="79" border="0" alt="IMAGO:THEMES"></a></td>
    <
td><div style="text-align: center; padding-top: 0px;"><{$xoops_banner}></div></td>
  </
tr>
  <
tr
    <
td colspan="2" class="head_bar"></td>
  </
tr>
</
table>



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Chainsaw
Re: Tiagra Menu - how to use
  • 2005/2/16 3:24

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I use to have Tigra on my site. But you had to go to the HTML file and modify it whenever you have new menu items. Plus it doesn't work that well between browsers.

I opted in the end to use the Multimenu module instead which is almost like tigra and you can add/change/delete menu on the fly.

Look in the module repository under navigation.



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Chainsaw
Re: Imago06 AND banners
  • 2005/2/15 9:08

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There aren't any banner in Imago06 themes.

You'll need to select an area where you want the banner to be in the theme.html file and add the following code

<div style="text-align: center; padding-top: 0px;"><{$xoops_banner}></div>



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Chainsaw
Re: Double Standards
  • 2005/2/15 2:10

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Quote:

dlh wrote:
Well someone could pay you to modify/enhance the module. It is my understanding that you (or the payer) are not under any obligation to release that modification to the community.

However, if the mod was also released then it becomes GPL...and thus free for others to modify and enhance. That's is the spirit of open source development IMHO. Free speech not free beer...

From GNU.org FAQ

Quote:

Does the GPL allow me to develop a modified version under a nondisclosure agreement?
Yes. For instance, you can accept a contract to develop changes and agree not to release your changes until the client says ok. This is permitted because in this case no GPL-covered code is being distributed under an NDA.

You can also release your changes to the client under the GPL, but agree not to release them to anyone else unless the client says ok. In this case, too, no GPL-covered code is being distributed under an NDA, or under any additional restrictions.

The GPL would give the client the right to redistribute your version. In this scenario, the client will probably choose not to exercise that right, but does have the right.


Quote:

However, there are folks (like me) who don't want to code in that depth - so I'm happy to pay for my development and release it back so that others can build on my contributions in that way.

Best of both world. I get to spend my department's budget on OSS.

Quote:

I'm glad this discussion has turned productive....

AMEN!



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Chainsaw
Re: Double Standards
  • 2005/2/14 21:02

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Quote:

Rhomal wrote:
He frankly needs to grow a pair and deal.



Seriously - do you really need to use such a phrase?




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