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Re: <body onload.... problem
  • 2003/12/3 22:55

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mmm OK
SO I presume this problem is not common and willsearch for the cause on my PC.
Thanks
Tony



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Re: <body onload.... problem
  • 2003/12/3 22:55

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mmm OK
SO I presume this problem is not common and willsearch for the cause on my PC.
Thanks
Tony



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<body onload.... problem
  • 2003/12/3 11:16

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Have posted this before but had no solutions - on installing a fresh 2.0.5 - without problem - when I go to the home page I get the windows script debugger - with the following line error for line 80

<body onload="window.resizeTo(, );">

I have re installed and get the same problem - must be something local on my pc (server 2000/apache)

I have go around this by deleting the lines with onload in them but cant do this at all in the multi language hack.

Any ideas guys?

Thanks a lot

Regards

Tony



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Tree Menus in a block?
  • 2003/11/4 9:20

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has anyone managed to make a tree menu work with an XOOPS block?

I have a situation which is hard to do without a collpsing menu.

Thanks guys

Regards
Tony
Brisbane Australia



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OS Commerce - Shipping for Australia etc
  • 2003/11/1 3:54

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Hi
Has anyone managed to implement the australia post shipping module yet? The download on the OScommerce site
http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,648

has a different directory structure and I cant fathom out how to implement. When I place the auspost.php etc files in the includes/modules/shipping directory the shipping admin page come up with errors

I wold be grateful of any suggestions and hlep - probably really something simple (I hope!)

Thanks guys

Regards

Tony Ayling



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2.05 error
  • 2003/10/15 2:42

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I cannot see that anybody else has had this problem on the forum but on installing a fresh 2.0.5 - without problem - when I go to the home page I get the windows script debugger - with the following line error for line 80

<body onload="window.resizeTo(, );">

I have re installed and get the same problem - must be something local on my pc (server 2000/apache)

Any ideas guys?

Thanks a lot

Regards

Tony



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Re: Using $_SESSION variables
  • 2003/10/5 4:03

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Hi
thanks for your reply.
I am using the 404 trick as I am dealing with a club membership system and mostly computer illiterate people - I have designed it so that they just have to add their membership no on the end of the url instead of trying to explain the ?memb_id=10078 etc. It actually works pretty neatly.

I am now combining the membership system with XOOPS and want a person to have a personalised page by simply typing in the /10078. In my error404.php page i have extracted the member id and looked them up in the database and if existing assigned a few variables such as name level address etc which i wnat to make session variables that i can use in the main XOOPS template and page.

Its looking good but i cant seem to get the $_SESSION working - it works intermittently but not all the time.

It will be very neat if I can get it going. I think maybe there is a problem with $REQUEST_URI when using index.php??

To test if you create an error404.php page i.e

$urlsite=$REQUEST_URI;
$user=explode("/",$urlsite);
$memb_id=$user[2];
$_SESSION['memb_id'] = $memb_id;
header("location: index.php");

then www.yoursite.com/10078

Hope that explains things

Thanks for any suggestions (polie though please!!)

Regards

Tony



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Using $_SESSION variables
  • 2003/10/4 22:07

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G'day
I would like to create some session variables on login to my site. I cant seem to do this in XOOPS - is there a reason?

What I am trying to do is to allow XOOPS to display information depending on the url - I am allowing a membership number to be added to the url i.e. www.mysite.com/10078 and then using error404 page to get the member number and call the main site back up passing it the id and display the users name automatically on the site.
I am using a separate MySQL table and search for the id - then set a session up with the user info. I have this working in my non XOOPS site but am having trouble replicating it within xoops.

Any great ideas guys?

Thanks
Tony Ayling



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Re: cannot write to main menu
  • 2003/8/9 4:42

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Thanks for that - is there a list of all permissions that need to be set? Thanks mate
Regards
Tony



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cannot write to main menu
  • 2003/8/8 18:13

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I am trying to post my XOOPS site to the host and on administration of modules - if I uninstall or install a module I get the message

cannot write to main menu

Can someone tell me whee it is - maybe needs chmod 777?

Any help gratefully rceived

Thanks
Tony




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