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w3.org negative comments....
  • 2004/3/6 20:17

  • rabideau

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Hi all,

A guy from w3.org stopped by one of my XOOPS sites and left this comment behind.

Anyone else ever recieve an equivalent honor?

" Looks like a lot of very bad code

validator.w3.org"



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Re: Looking for help - for a new site look
  • 2004/3/5 14:50

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Just a thought...

You might try looking thru the YAXS area to see what others are doing. If you see something you like, perhaps the author would allow you to use their theme(s) or ideas.

This is a very helpful and open community




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FLASH- problems with Mozilla/ Firefox and Xoops
  • 2004/3/5 14:45

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I apologize if this has been discussed elsewhere, but I can't find anything with search...so here's the thing:

Flash 7 seems to loose focus when the window scroll function is used (especially noticeable when the Flash Menu has not been opened and you scroll past the top of the window, in other words the menu goes off the screen at the top)..

See this thread for more information on the topic http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?t=59098

You may view the problem at: http://eirenicon.org/index.php

The flash Menu is contained in Custom Block (the problem only happens with the two on the left column not the top menu 'bubbles').

So far as I know this error only occurs within the Mozilla family of browsers.

Any help or pointers are appreciated.

Thanks!



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Re: Mozilla 1.6
  • 2004/3/4 16:30

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I, too, like Mozilla better than IE. I have noted a few anoyances though... although they are mostly personal (probably ).

1. Password management is bothersome on forms (like XOOPS admin forms, where it asks if you want to store this data).
2. Flash layering doesn't work (an IE only thing, I think).

But mostly I don't like the fact that 95% of the world uses IE...

Stick with Mozilla, it is quite good and stable (Composer is pretty nice too). But remember we are still forced to develop for an IE world.



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Re: Digital Bitterness
  • 2004/3/3 23:50

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I took a quick look and can't hardly read the site. Old, bad eyes...

Can't, see, can't help...



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Re: redirect to a non-standard HomePage url
  • 2004/3/3 16:15

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Thank you everyone,

I made the change to my system_block_mainmenu.html (hard coded the entire html link) and everything works wonderfully!

Watch soon for my announcement on this site re-write.



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Re: how to add icons to the main menu
  • 2004/3/3 0:18

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The only way I know is to create a gif (background image for your menu item) Then call the gif file as a background image for your button in the style.css, If you'd like to see an example you can go to http://www.fbctogether.org I have the images appearing in all the submenus (I don't use them at the top level).

Bon chance!



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redirect to a non-standard HomePage url
  • 2004/3/2 23:42

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Is there any way for me to change the address of the Home button (in the main menu and elsewhere) such that it points to a url of my choice? I have both an index.html and index.php page in my root XOOPS directory and everything defaults to the index.html page (when I want it to go to the index.php).

Thanks!



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Re: "Unable to write to main menu"
  • 2004/3/2 14:54

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Thank you Herko,

I just experienced the same problem.

I did a chmod of adminmenu.php to 777; then went back to the Admin/modules and performed an update of the problem modules and everything worked wonderfully!



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Re: i need hack in register section
  • 2004/2/27 13:01

  • rabideau

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Bonjour le Chat (If you think your English is bad... you ought to see my French)

I think your hack would be very useful to people... I know I'd like to modify the registration process on my site(s) also.

Perhaps you can send me --or point me to-- actual source code copies of your hacked files. I would be happy to try and put English comments, etc. in them to clarify what's going on.

Another option would be to simply put the hacked files in the download area. Who knows, perhaps the core development group would take them into a future release!




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