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Re: Admin Design
  • 2005/3/6 12:59

  • JasonMR

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Currently there is only the Adminarea Revisited project, which is a new 'theme' design for the admin area. You might want to try it out.

Though, please provide some feedback, as ralph57 (the creator) would like to hear from others what they (exactly) think of his creation.

Cheers!



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Re: Border around images
  • 2005/3/6 2:51

  • JasonMR

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Another option would be, to create a class you assign with images you place into newsarticles.

Something like this...
img.StyledImage
{
 
your settings...
}


and...
news item bla <a href="link2"><img src="here.jpg" class="StyledImage">....


This should work, as you are no longer using a general rule, but a specific.

HTH



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JasonMR
Re: Turn off notification Options
  • 2005/3/5 7:33

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Yes.



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JasonMR
Re: User World Map
  • 2005/3/5 6:19

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I believe, that one of the member mods uses this script ... not sure though!

I've commited to more than I have time for! So I can only be of any help, when it comes to bitching and whining


Was just an idea I had Though, would be very happy if you takt this on, maybe you can find a PHP dev to help along....


...and thanks for your replies and effort



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JasonMR
Re: help adding image to custom block...
  • 2005/3/5 4:49

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Never be sorry, when there is no reason!!!

You've done just fine, and with your addition, the user should be up and runnin' what he wants, in no time



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Re: help adding image to custom block...
  • 2005/3/5 4:29

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if( $pm )
{
  echo 
"<a href="/xoop/html/viewpmsg.php" title="Read your new Private Messages">Private Messages($pm)</a>n";
}
else
{
  echo 
"No new Private Messagesn";
}


...is where you need to focus on!

The first part (after if until else), is what gets displayed (printed on screen == echo), when messages are available, the other bit if not. In englisch the code says: "if there is a private message, do this, if not, do this".


So you just need to add the HTML for inserting an image somewhere inbetween this
"<a href="/xoop/html/viewpmsg.php" title="Read your new Private Messages">Private Messages($pm)</a>n"

...though note, that
/n

...stands for new line....

HTH



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JasonMR
User World Map
  • 2005/3/5 4:11

  • JasonMR

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I know of the buggy map (doesn't work at all with Mozi/Firefox), where guests can enter a message, a 'better' guestbook, but that's not what I'm after.


What I would like, is a mod that checks for user location, and according to the number of users (one should be able to set this), the specific country turns into a different colour (e.g. <5users==blue, <10==light blue, <25==orange....).

This way users of a site, can with a glimpse get an overview of worldwide participation (not very ineresting for local sites maybe, though, it would have an amusing side effect, if a site was heavy on one country, and there there is this one member, sitting {most likely down under} on the other side of the planet, as only member from far away).


It seems to me at times, that we XOOPSers come from all corners of this planet. I would like to be able to view a map, that tells me, how many users exist in which country.

Again, not everyone provides this information, other countries (such as XOOPStopia, or "AlongWayFromHome") are difficult to locate on a 'world-map', never the less, I believe, things like this will be taken care of by the law of averages, due to the number of members we have. Also, having such a feature would inspire more people to actually enter their location.


Just an idea for a bored developer (there must exist something like that...)



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JasonMR
Re: Session Timeout While Writing Posts
  • 2005/3/5 3:47

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Try changing the session time in Sys Admin -> Pref -> General Prefs, there is a setting (by default set to 15) labelled Session expiration, maybe setting it to something more userfriendly (30) will help. (but do take note: 15 mins have been chosen deliberatly, due to the usage of public computers, as people like to NOT sign-off, so anyone using the computer after them, will have access to their account, if they want....May point this out to your users!)


BTW: my trick with timeouts on XOOPS.org, after I write a rather lengthy piece, I mark all up, and ctrl+c. So, if the info is lost, I just re-login and paste....

HTH....



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JasonMR
Re: xcgallery
  • 2005/3/4 18:57

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That was easy

Glad to have been of assistance



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JasonMR
Re: xcgallery
  • 2005/3/4 14:38

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Make sure the folders are writable (chmod 777).




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