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tmreg
Re: Want an easy to use wrap module.
  • 2007/4/27 15:39

  • tmreg

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  • Since: 2006/7/20


I am not sure if the "wraps" module you tried was the same as "pagewrap" but i have had success using that one. I don't remember where I found the module originally but you can download it at my site (http://xoops.mattregister.com) in the downloads section.

It is easy to use.
* Name the directory whatever you want
* Edit the xoops_version.php to reflect the changes
* add your content in the inxex.php section (more often than not, I just iframe the content in)
* upload and install

I have about 15 installs of this module in various sites and they work fine. Here is an example (http://churchthatcares.org/modules/facilities)
-Matt



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tmreg
Re: How do I redesign the user details form>
  • 2007/4/27 13:33

  • tmreg

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  • Posts: 137

  • Since: 2006/7/20


I have edited it to cut down elements (take away the IM addresses and other things I didn't want) and to change default preferences (default to yes on recieving emails). I have never attempted a radical redesign of it.


Here is an example of one cut down:
http://rlchome.org/register.php

How much are you looking to change it?
-Matt



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tmreg
Re: How do I redesign the user details form>
  • 2007/4/27 2:05

  • tmreg

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 137

  • Since: 2006/7/20


I think the file you are looking for is "includes/registerform.php". That php file controls the layout of the registration form.
-Matt



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tmreg
Re: How to tell if someone is logged in
  • 2007/4/26 17:08

  • tmreg

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  • Since: 2006/7/20


Catzwolf, you beat me by seconds.

Kings, either will work.
-Matt



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tmreg
Re: How to tell if someone is logged in
  • 2007/4/26 17:01

  • tmreg

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  • Posts: 137

  • Since: 2006/7/20


You need to wrap whatever you want to display in an "if" statement. Start with this:
<{if $xoops_isuser == true}>

and end with this:
<{/if}>


Put whatever html you want in the middle and it will only display when the user os logged on.

Use
<{if $xoops_isuser == false}>

if you want something to display only if the user is not logged in.

I have used this extensively from making custom user menus to having "logged in" icons, to changing headers depending on if you are logged in or not.
-Matt



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tmreg
Re: News Headlines - want the topic to not B visible
  • 2007/4/24 17:04

  • tmreg

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 137

  • Since: 2006/7/20


You are in luck. I just went through the same thing and spent hours on it until someone helped me out. Here is the fix:
https://xoops.org/modules/newbb/viewto ... at&topic_id=57166&forum=4
-Matt



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tmreg
Re: Adding content (user instructions) to REGISTER.php
  • 2007/4/24 4:52

  • tmreg

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 137

  • Since: 2006/7/20


I would first try to edit the language file and see if that will help you. Look in languages/english/user.php

This looks like the language file that sets the wording for the registration page. Edit the text from just "username" to " enter your username in the this specific format".

I would try that first. If that doesn't work for you, I would then edit the register.php file to add your content. I am not sure how proficient you are with php, but I would not start plugging stuff into that file without some confidence you know what you are doing.
-Matt



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tmreg
Re: Paid members with multiple content subscriptions?
  • 2007/4/22 21:48

  • tmreg

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  • Posts: 137

  • Since: 2006/7/20


Please let me know how it works and what you did when you are finished. I am always interested in new ways of adding functionality.
-Matt



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tmreg
Need Evennews hack
  • 2007/4/20 18:56

  • tmreg

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 137

  • Since: 2006/7/20


Can anyone help me to hack the evennews module to use a mail template? I am trying to make things as easy as possible for the end user and that would solve most of their problems. They want to send out pretty formatted html emails. I got the mails sending in html, I would love to be able to put the main html formatting and have them inputting the text of the message. I would certainly appreciate any help.
-Matt



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tmreg
Re: Paid members with multiple content subscriptions?
  • 2007/4/20 6:16

  • tmreg

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 137

  • Since: 2006/7/20


There is a subscriptions module in the modules repository. My thought would be multiple clones of that module? I have never tried this. Anyone with any thoughts?

It is my understanding that the subscription paid for grants access to a user group. this would mean multiple user groups and a multimenu menu with each link's permissions set for the corresponding user group.
-Matt




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