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noisia

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Posted on: 2005/1/4 0:42
noisia
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Since: 2004/8/24
#51

Re: Multi-Menu 1.5 Does it work in 2.0.9.2?

I have installed XOOPS core 2.0.9.2 and installed multimenu 1.5

I get a parsing error

Parse error
parse errorunexpected T_STRING in 
/xoops/modules/multiMenu/blocks/multimenu.php on line 96


Does it Multimenu work in 2.0.9.2?

Where can I find 1.6 beta?


noisia

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Posted on: 2004/12/30 22:21
noisia
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#52

Re: community site end user manual?

Hi Chapi,

Excellent, this is exactly what I was looking for

Thanks for the tip.


noisia

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Posted on: 2004/12/30 12:48
noisia
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#53

community site end user manual?

I am creating a community site using XOOPS and I am looking for an end user manual to guide visitors through the usage of the site.

Did anybody write a short manual about "how to use this site?"

For instance in short
- How to place comment
- manual about the XOOPS editor
- How to vote
- The importance of search
- How to post a FAQ
etc.
etc.

If nobody has written any, then I'll have to write it myself and I will post it


noisia

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Posted on: 2004/12/30 1:46
noisia
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#54

Re: Real Estate Module

Hi widget


Quote:
Excellent find! This is what I have been looking for! Why isn't this one in module repository? Thanks for the tip nevertheless. :)


Well, perhaps you could help. Apparently you can add links yourself:
https://xoops.org/modules/repository/submit.php

I will also try to do it from now on when I find something good.


noisia

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Posted on: 2004/12/23 3:17
noisia
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Since: 2004/8/24
#55

Re: Converting many html files to xoops

Since iframe is not the ideal solution, I have started looking into content tools, like tinycontent, WF-section, freecontent, etc.

If I upload my html files to the "content" folder, I have the following problems:

1. the link to the image folder is different, since the file from within XOOPS is displayed from the module root folder, where as the original html and images are stored in the module/content folder

2. Interlinks between the different html files does not work also because the file is displayed from the module root folder and the actual linked files are in module/content folder.

Anybody has a good solution?
Perhaps the converting to php is the only solution?


noisia

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Posted on: 2004/12/21 23:37
noisia
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#56

Re: Converting many html files to xoops

Quote:
put this in your iframe tag scrolling='no' It will suppress all scrollbars for ie and mozilla. If your auto height works properly and the width is correct you won't need scrollbars.


Unfortunately the height='auto' does not work properly, so the web page shows up in a small window.

I will stick to height=4000 for the moment.

Quote:
Consider carefully the wisdom of using an iframe:... If a search engine indexes it, what happens when it serves the page to a browser? You need to make sure it includes the rest of your XOOPS site surrounding it and in correct context.

Thanks for the tip. I hadn't thought about that.


noisia

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Posted on: 2004/12/21 11:07
noisia
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#57

Re: Converting many html files to xoops

Hi Richard,

Thanks for the suggestions.

Quote:
try "height=auto", instead of "height=100%",

I tried it, but it opens a scrolable window of about 100 pixels high

I will play around with freecontent, thanks for the lead.

I've been playing with WF Sections as well. Pretty powerful, but a lot of work to convert.

Quote:
an important criteria for going down this route was a decent editor that allowed me to cut-n-paste content complete with formatting etc.

Which editor did you use? Spaw?
It only works on I.E. I have tried Koivi, but it does not do the copy and paste very well.


noisia

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Posted on: 2004/12/21 9:51
noisia
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#58

Re: Converting many html files to xoops

Thanks for the advice.

I have played around with the mypage module and I noticed that if you use iframe, you do not have to convert your files to php.


The index.php file of my onepage module is as follows:
<?php
include("../../mainfile.php");
include(
XOOPS_ROOT_PATH."/header.php");
$xoopsOption['show_rblock'] = 1;
?>

<iframe src="http://URL.com/originalwebsite/index.html"  
              height=4000 
              width=100% 
              frameborder=0>
</iframe>


<?php
include(XOOPS_ROOT_PATH."/footer.php");
?>


It will call the html web site within the iframe, so you do not need to change anything to the original web site.

One more question:
Is there any way to make the vertical measurement of the iframe flexible?
I tried "height=100%", but it does not work.

Any suggestions?

Additionally, I have not been able to resolve the find issue on the html files within my xoops.


noisia

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Posted on: 2004/12/15 0:29
noisia
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#59

Converting many html files to xoops

I have a few hundred html files, that used to be searched and displayed through a database search engine.

I want to import the files into XOOPS and make them searchable in xoops.

I have tried several methods, but I can't find a suitable way to bulk import them. When I import them into a module like wf-section, I lose the picture links and links between some of the documents.

I have tried xoogle, but google has not crawled the files yet, so the files are not indexed in google

What would be the best way to bulk import a whole lot of html files into XOOPS automatically?

Any suggestions is highly appreciated.


noisia

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Posted on: 2004/12/13 10:36
noisia
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Since: 2004/8/24
#60

Re: Custom Pages using mypage module

Can I use an include command to call my html page into the mypage module?

In the place of: your html goes here ...

can I put:

<?php
include ("http://mysite.com/path/file.html");
?>

I have tried it, but there are two problems:

1. The pictures do not show up since the relative path becomes the path within the XOOPS directory

and

2. The japanese codation turns the japanese text into garbled text, since the original site uses a different Japanese codation.



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