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bumpeboy
Re: How to resize the default theme
  • 2010/1/4 14:52

  • bumpeboy

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Who made the default theme, I think that is the right person to answer.

Even xoops.org stopped to use that theme, the current theme WOX has the proper sizes that I am requesting.



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bumpeboy
Re: Module Profile: Doesn't update Field Type, select.
  • 2009/12/28 23:33

  • bumpeboy

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Can someone please find time for this problem.



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bumpeboy
Module Profile: Doesn't update Field Type, select.
  • 2009/12/26 18:58

  • bumpeboy

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I installed module Profile on XOOPS 2.4.2.

I have created a country select but that field has not been working properly, its showing every user is in UK.

What I did
On the module profile I created a FIELD called Country of Residence on the default Category.
Field Type - Select
Value Type - Text field
Options - I added 27 EU countries with UK being default.
I set it to Show in registration form on Basic

Until there everything is fine and the field is well showing on the registration and drop down works as expected.

The problem is that if during the registration a user chooses a country e.g Germany or Spain its only showing UK on the user profile after the registration is complete.

When you try to edit under profile from UK drop down and select Sweden, the profile remains UK.

So now all my registered users are being displayed as living in UK.

example User name Peter, city of residence Berlin, country of residence united kingdom.

I have uploaded 3 screen-shot images 1. 2. 3.


Please help with advice on how to deal with this problem.




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bumpeboy
How to resize the default theme
  • 2009/12/13 0:46

  • bumpeboy

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  • Since: 2008/10/4


Hello theme designers,

How can i resize the default theme, full size and blocks to be like sd-017-darkblue

Recently i have received a considerable amount of complains from my site users who claim that the pages on default theme are too big and one has to scroll from right to left to see some contents.

I know with the right settings on the PC and screen, you get to see eveything but i dont wanna start some explanations. And i happen to like the default theme.

Can someone please assist. I tried to edit theme.html and style.css but nothing changed.




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bumpeboy
Re: Why one user can edit another user's profile?
  • 2009/11/27 0:35

  • bumpeboy

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Quote:

ghia wrote:
But still room for misunderstandings:
Why would someone from XOOPS being able to give your login details?
And aren't we all from XOOPS?

I need to give my login details to someone from the XOOPS developers, so he can see what is going wrong.



Its a matter of psychological comfort, I will be confident to share my details with anyone in XOOPS who's group falls under Community Support Member,Developer,Theme Designer e.t.c but not with someone like me who is Just popping in. The main reason is that some people might think that they know the problem while they don't and so they might end up excising there knowledge with your site putting it in more danger.

Hope am a little bit clearer on this specific issue.



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bumpeboy
Re: Why one user can edit another user's profile?
  • 2009/11/26 18:38

  • bumpeboy

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  • Since: 2008/10/4


Sorry there, thats not what i ment, I simply forgot the words (my login) and now i see the absence of those two words changed what i ment. Here is what i ment including the missing words.

Quote:
I need someone from the XOOPS to give my login details and see whats wrong. The site cannot run like this, its a breach of users privacy and a massive mess.


Grammar: someone from the XOOPS to give details and see whats wrong. Doesnt make sense.

I was not blaming xoops, i wanted to say that i can only trust someone from XOOPS with my login details.

MY APOLOGIES.



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bumpeboy
Re: Why one user can edit another user's profile?
  • 2009/11/26 14:12

  • bumpeboy

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  • Since: 2008/10/4


Quote:

trabis wrote:
Could it be cache problem? Do you have cache set for profile module?


Yes, that was the problem, i have removed the 1 week cache and now it works fine.
Thanks

What can i do to save user login details for easy access eg for a week? I dont want a situation where a user has to type username an password all the time.



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bumpeboy
Re: Why one user can edit another user's profile?
  • 2009/11/26 13:30

  • bumpeboy

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  • Since: 2008/10/4


Let me repeat again.

When user (John) logs in and goes to his Profile he see his correct details as below

modules/profile/userinfo.php

Profile » User profile

John john@email.com


But when he clicks edit profile.

Profile » Edit Profile

He gets this

Basic Information

Username
Peter
Email
peter@email.com


So John cant edit his own account but he can edit peters.

I have checked with another user.

Sandra logs in as Sandra goes to edit account and she get

Basic Information

Username
Peter
Email
peter@email.com


Whats with this peters account it appearing on anyone who wants to edit there account.



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bumpeboy
Re: Why one user can edit another user's profile?
  • 2009/11/26 13:22

  • bumpeboy

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  • Posts: 170

  • Since: 2008/10/4


Quote:

ghia wrote:
Probably you have given module admin rights for the profile module to registered users. Module access right will do for anonymous and registered users.


I cant make such a mistake, anyway i have doubled checked the admin permission is only on Admin.







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bumpeboy
Re: Why one user can edit another user's profile?
  • 2009/11/26 13:16

  • bumpeboy

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  • Posts: 170

  • Since: 2008/10/4


Quote:

deka87 wrote:
are you sure you set up profile module permissions correct?

There is no such permission. Am sure with the permission its okay.




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