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Re: Looking to Import Text, anyone???
  • 2006/10/14 16:47

  • chefry

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Quote:

Lance_ wrote:
The module you describe doesn't exist. Maybe the wraps module could help you out.


It doesn't exist! That's why I posted in the Module request forum. And I'm talking volume imports, not inserting one page at a time.

Thanks anyway, I've already looked at wraps



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Re: Can Not Open My Administration Section
  • 2006/10/14 16:45

  • chefry

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I'm geting the same message and I just installed XOOPS. THe install was fine, no problems, all green. I logged in and clicked on the admin section. I get the message "This is your first time to enter the administration section", and it is! I click on submit and I get the "thanks for logging in, click here if not redirected" screen. I wait a second and it takes me BACK to the "This is your first time to enter the administration section" screen. If click on the 'click here to redirect' it takes me back to the "This is your first time to enter the administration section" screen.

Any idea what's going on? How can I fix this? I heard a lot and did a lot of research and I was looking for good things from XOOPS. This is a little dissappointing coming right out of the box.

BTW, I'm using XOOPS with XAMPP on my laptop to configure it, wht the latest MySql security update.

Thanks
Frank



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Looking to Import Text, anyone???
  • 2006/10/14 12:01

  • chefry

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I'm looking for something that on the surface sounds to be quite easy. I want to import a series of text documents into Xoops. The first line of each text file would be the title of the XOOPS page. Some of the documents may (will) have html code in them for images. And each document would be it's own page in Xoops. Finally, when setting up to import all the files from a specific subdirectory I would be able to specify the category for all of the files (all in the same category).

Does anyone know of a module that could do this?

Alternately, does anyone want to write a module that would do this?

I have a recipe website, in html, and I figure the easiest way to get it all into XOOPS is to set up the XOOPS categories, convert all the pages to text files, with most of the html stripped out, then import the text files in each subdirectory into Xoops, specifying a different category for each subdirectory.

There's just no other feasible way for me to do it.

And there's WAY to many recipe files to do manually one at a time.

Thanks
Frank




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