871
LazyBadger
Re: Syndi-ma-cation?

Try (in RSSFit) do not "encode to UTF" - at least for my feeds (totally 8-bit) I see normal text
Also - what is charset of your XOOPS site? Probably 7-bit?



872
LazyBadger
Re: Look like xoops.org

Hmm... I use Spotlight, but it shows only last news in block
I think, "News 1.21 instead standard module" is good answer?



873
LazyBadger
Re: XHLD (Xoops Headlines Duplicate)

Quote:

GIJOE wrote:
It never destroy your site althogh I can't see the meaning of "destroy".

Well, OKAY...
It destroys design of my site by enabling ALL left-column's blocks, which was hidden before activation "Recent Headlines"

How it was done
1. Module was installed (single instance)
2. In module management in Blocks/Groups edited block Recent Headlines (enabled to show as right-bottom block on all pages /bottom - in my case/)
3. Viola - ALL left-column blocks, which had display "No" before, had "yes" and shown on site

Beware...



874
LazyBadger
Re: Ocean Net Theme Clock

Well, no bugs really
Funny 12-hours clocks with (probably) japan or china text
You have to slightly modify javascript for your needs, as I done for my site
Meaningfull data is 3 variables (hours, minutes, seconds), which you can show as you want

My modified code (24 hours display, no unreadable garbage):

<Script Language="JavaScript">
<!--
var spSTim11=" Local Time ";
function time01() {
var dayTim,jiTim,funTim,byoTim,goze;
dayTim=new Date();
jiTim=dayTim.getHours();
funTim=dayTim.getMinutes();
byoTim=dayTim.getSeconds();
if (jiTim<12) goze="am ";
else {
goze="pm ";
//jiTim=jiTim-12;
}
document.time01.timeform.value=spSTim11+jiTim+":"+funTim+":"+byoTim;
setTimeout("time01()",1000);
}
// End -->

Work in action (with russian text for "Local Time") on http://mta.e-city.net.ru/



875
LazyBadger
Re: Software News version 2

RSS-feeds seems to be broken
JFYI



876
LazyBadger
Re:RSS Fit In Firefox

Quote:

ackbarr wrote:
BTW - have you tried using the RSS feed that is generated by the XOOPS core?
http://www.yourxoopssite.com/backend.php

1. It works ugly with 8-bit texts from non-UTF sites
2. It doesn't (and can't AFAIS)support 3-party modules

Single problem with RSSFit - absence of plugins for diffeent modules



877
LazyBadger
Re:What linux flavor do you recomend for a xoops webserver?

Best choice for hard-working server is FreeBSD!
Without jokes, from these 3 candidates I'll prefer Fedora. You can also think (and try) Gentoo - it's well developed and easy maintained distro



878
LazyBadger
Re: What's a good example of a TRUE cms system?

Quote:

Draven wrote:
Ok, been thinking more about things discussed in this thread https://xoops.org/modules/newbb/viewto ... 8&forum=20&post_id=110780 and have a question for those that may have more experience in using proprietary systems, what is a good example of a true feature rich CMS system? Please note, I do not mean a portal or application framework like Xoops, but a true content oriented system.

I can hardly consider XOOPS as Application Framework, really

Quote:

I believe ezPublish is a similar system.

From by POV - it's best iteration (besides it's complexity), but it's PHP anyway...
Quote:

I suppose Mambo is more along the lines of CMS than application framework/portal.

I added Mambo in my list of "simple portals" after try, somewhere below Xoops, near e107, ezContent, JetBox...

You can see also at Sitellite.

But - if I'll must use real, pure CMS|CMF, I'll stay with eZPublish. It will require a lot of time, hard work, attention, but - I'm (almost) ready to spent part of my life to eZPublish



879
LazyBadger
Re: TRUE Multisites hack.... at last!

Sorry, I can be "terrible infant", but... Why not use existing module??? It works if all sites share commmon database (now only this way). It has admin-interface in which admin decide, which tables to share (or UNshare) between sites. and - it works

subsite module - with hacked class database.php (from April, but may work even now)



880
LazyBadger
Re:Xoops vs Mambo

Quote:

bd_csmc wrote:
i very much like mambo, and i also like the fact that i've been able to setup a network of sites running off of one installation of mambo, sharing the userbase and forums

At least sharing tables from one common base is possible with Xoops-module now... nor a big deal hack it to work even over TCP/IP

And I must to agree, Mambo's themes (nothing beside it) are more attractive for my user's eyes (comparision was done over 65/86 public themes)




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