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Re: Contact module ??
  • 2007/4/23 15:49

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I've written a simple contact module with optional image verification and a random question/answer verification thingy.

it's available here.



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AndyM
Re: Xoopseditor FCKeditor
  • 2007/4/21 16:45

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I've had reports of FCKeditor not working in my Articles module under 2.0.16 (from the XOOPS editors 1.10 package).

After some investigation, I found that people were experiencing the same error in other web apps besides XOOPS. This suggests that there is/was a problem with FCKeditor that causes errors with certain versions of XOOPS.

Installation of an older, separate, version of FCKeditor works fine.

As far as I can tell, there is nothing wrong with the way the editor is called from the modules, so whether this is something that can be cured by updating the version of FCKeditor in the XOOPSeditor package, I don't know.



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AndyM
Re: Criticism of my Xoops site by a web designer
  • 2007/4/18 21:13

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Quote:

danand725 wrote:
BlueStocking...

This chap seems to think we should appear on Google at number 1 when you enter the search phrase "Essex Brass Bands". He said that I should enter the words "Essex Brass Band" lots of times on the title page. I have a resonable grasp of how search engines rank sites - hense the results you see.


Aimlessly repeating a phrase such as "Essex Brass Band" over and over will actually harm your ranking, and not improve it.



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AndyM
Re: Criticism of my Xoops site by a web designer
  • 2007/4/18 13:46

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To be honest, your version looks a lot nicer - the other one almost looks quite.... uhm... amateurish.

Yours does look more professional.

I don't know if they intend to add it later, but the oter site has no doctype set, and no meta headers for keywords and description, etc.



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AndyM
Re: Advantages of XOOPS over other CMS
  • 2007/4/18 13:27

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One thing about XOOPS I like is its caching system - other CMS may have it, but it's a system wide cache, it's either on or off and you may not be able to set the cache time.

XOOPS's on the other hand can be set on a per module basis, with a wide range of times.



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AndyM
Re: Wipe it out and start over!
  • 2007/4/18 13:17

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Usually, I'd do a manual MySQL query, either from command line, or in phpmyadmin, but forum post data is spread across two tables in newbb/cbb, which makes that harder.

In the guestbook, I imagine this should still be possible (I can't be sure without checking the DB structure), but a MySQL query like the following should do the job:

DELETE FROM guestbook_table_name WHERE text_field LIKE '%viagra%';


That will delete all messages that contain "viagra", for example.



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Re: Its a shame, so I resign
  • 2007/4/17 16:22

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Hervé, we've not spoken much (is at all?), but I am sorry to see you leave the XOOPS project. I wish you the best in whatever you choose to do.



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Re: Blind SQL Injection Exploit And PoC ....
  • 2007/3/27 18:36

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Thanks to wtravel for contacting me. I shall release an update ASAP.

For now, I recommend that people disable the printable version of articles in the prefs, and delete print.php until I have released an update.

As mentioned above, the installation of the protector module is also a good idea.



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AndyM
Re: PostFusion support for CBB
  • 2007/3/9 15:24

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Basically, PostFusion itself is a forum post exchange system.

If you have a new or quiet forum that you want to try and get going, you can join PostFusion and submit your forum. You then post to other forums in the system and accrue posts - the idea is then that other forum owners post in your forum. The more you post in other forums, the more people post in yours.

However, for it to work, it needs a file to sit in your web space to keep track of the posts you have made - it's this file that has to be modded to support XOOPS and CBB.



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AndyM
Re: Zend Optimizer!
  • 2007/3/9 15:05

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There is always the chance that it could be, but it's not that likely. Have you turned on PHP debugging in XOOPS? What sort of errors are reported?

I'm running PHP 4.4.4 on my server with Zend Optimiser, but version 2.6.2. It may be worth asking them to upgrade Zend. I guess they may have upgraded PHP and failed to upgrade Zend...




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