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longhair
Re: Question for www.xoop.org webmasters ! ;)
  • 2004/5/11 9:33

  • longhair

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  • Since: 2004/3/29



Its' a block, titled 'Site Info'.



42
longhair
Using a php include with mypage.zip
  • 2004/5/11 7:52

  • longhair

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  • Since: 2004/3/29



I really appreicated the mention of the mypage.zip file spoken of in the forums a few days back for quickly and easily adding static html content to my XOOPS site.

I've been using this file to add static html content to my site. In the past I've tried several modules made for this purpose however they all seemed a little overkill for what I wanted to acheive. mypage.zip is perfect!

I'm now facing with a new problem. Using mypage.zip, I'm attempting to 'include' a page from another web site, using a php include statement.

Whilst my static html text appears within the new module I have created, it seems the include statement is ignored.

My code for my module index file is as below...


<?php
include("../../mainfile.php");
include(XOOPS_ROOT_PATH."/header.php");
$xoopsOption['show_rblock'] = 1;
include("http://www.site-to-include.com/file.php");
include(XOOPS_ROOT_PATH."/footer.php");
?>


Can anyone possibly assist me with showing me where I'm going wrong?






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longhair
Re: UserPoints in 2.06 Not Working
  • 2004/5/10 3:17

  • longhair

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  • Since: 2004/3/29



BTW, the permissions fix (above) did not work for me :(



44
longhair
Yahoo! services broken
  • 2004/5/5 5:21

  • longhair

  • Friend of XOOPS

  • Posts: 70

  • Since: 2004/3/29


I've discovered today that my XOOPS services utilising Yahoo! for modules such as MS Weather and XMovietimes are no longher functional.

Have other users of these modules discovered similar problems?

With XMovietimes I am receiving the error

Unable to open http://au.movies.yahoo.com/showtimes.html?&pc=3216#T0.

and with MS Weather 1.4 I am receiving

Could not open Yahoo Weather Page


Is this likely to be due to a change Yahoo! has made, or my web host?



45
longhair
Re: Censoring offensive language
  • 2004/5/4 15:27

  • longhair

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  • Since: 2004/3/29


Quote:

Stewdio wrote:

Is there way to scan the db of all posts after a new filter has been added to ensure that none get over looked?


My biggest concern is after adding a word to the filter, a creative poster uses well known replacements like using zeros instead of o's to get around filtering, thereby making the filtering an ongoing time consuming thing.

Threatening troublesome users with banning seems the only workable solution, but they are free to register another account if they want to go that far and around the block we go again. I'm into increasing membership, not reducing it.

I'm willing to meet half way though. Can anybody suggest changes so that I may replace offensive words with replacements, such as f--k, etc. The first and last letter remains intact.

No meaning is lost in conversation if the users must be offensive, and nobody is caused offence.



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longhair
Re: Censoring offensive language
  • 2004/5/4 9:33

  • longhair

  • Friend of XOOPS

  • Posts: 70

  • Since: 2004/3/29


Where do you find your 'public warning' works best?

In a disclaimer displayed whilst registering an account (which I bet hardly anyone reads), in an FAQ item (where mine currently is, and I also bet hardly anyone reads), or in the offending forum thread itself?

I'm no prude and can trash talk with the best of them, but as my site caters to people of all ages, I'm trying to consider the overall audience here, and wanting to promote a friendly atmosphere, and not just another overly abusive irc channel of f's and c's.



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longhair
Censoring offensive language
  • 2004/5/4 6:54

  • longhair

  • Friend of XOOPS

  • Posts: 70

  • Since: 2004/3/29



Some users of my XOOPS based site have taken a liking to using offensive words in the forums (and at times the shoutbox).

I have enabled Censorship options, however it seems this option does not backtrack and censor all existing offensive words.

Is this correct?



48
longhair
Re: hot or not?
  • 2004/4/26 17:36

  • longhair

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  • Posts: 70

  • Since: 2004/3/29


I'm currently using Xoopsgallery which as far as I can tell doesn't support voting of any kind.

Do the other galleries offer similar features to 'hot or not', such as categories (example being male / female), and the block functions I require?

Off to check 'em out now, thanks.

BTW, XOOPS is one awesome project - I'm glad I took the painstaking time (though no fault of Xoops) to switch from PHPNuke.



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longhair
Re: hot or not?
  • 2004/4/26 17:19

  • longhair

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  • Posts: 70

  • Since: 2004/3/29


Perhaps I didn't explain clearly. It is almost 4am here

In short, a gallery system where members may upload their own image, have other members rate it from one to ten, and the results dsiplayed in a block showing top rankings.

Similar to http://www.hotornot.com/



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longhair
Re: hot or not?
  • 2004/4/26 17:06

  • longhair

  • Friend of XOOPS

  • Posts: 70

  • Since: 2004/3/29


This would be ideal for my site. Does any gallery software currently support this feature, similar to the 'hot or not' range of photo voting web sites?




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