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Posted on: 2005/12/24 12:25
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Since: 2005/11/19
#941

Re: Banners-Photoshop

Once you make your intro picture in Photoshop you just Save As or Export the picture you made(depending on which version you are using). Choose the format you wish to save the picture as or Export it as, the location to save it and it will save it the way you wanted it. When saving a gif needing a transparent background you may have to take an extra step before saving the file. Look that up in the Photoshop help file.


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Posted on: 2005/12/24 12:03
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#942

Re: How to remove the double line frame for each item at the center block?

Find the "theme_blockcenter_c.html" file for the Default theme and open it with your editor. You will see:

<div style="padding: 5px;">
<fieldset>
<{if $block.title != ""}><legend class="blockTitle"><{$block.title}></legend><{/if}>
<div class="blockContent"><{$block.content}></div>
</fieldset>
</div>

Remove the <fieldset> tag and the closing </fieldset> tag and save the file.

This will get rid of the surounding fieldset line. However you may want to edit your style.css to reflect a new look for your center blocks.


Open your css folder for the Default theme and then the style.css file with your editor. You can change the look and feel for the center blocks by editing these:

td#centerCcolumn {padding: 0px 3px 1px 3px;}
td#centerCcolumn legend.blockTitle {padding: 3px; color: #639ACE; font-weight: bold; margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-left: 0px;}
td#centerCcolumn div.blockContent {margin-right: 0px; margin-left: 0px; margin-bottom: 2px; line-height: 120%;}


Do the same for the td#centerLcolumn and the td#centerRcolumn. You can use the td#leftcolumn or td#rightcolumn legend.blocktitle and div.blockContent as examples.


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Friend of XOOPS
Posted on: 2005/12/22 12:24
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Posts: 1034
Since: 2005/11/19
#943

Re: remove the left panel

I am not sure which theme you used as a model for the one you are creating but I had a similar problem using the PHPKOAX theme. Everytime I removed the blocks from the left for a module I still had a gray background left panel and couldn't get the module content to position full page center like I wanted it to.

The fix:

The theme was missing the showblocks code for the leftblocks.

Just after <!--Display Left Blocks Start---> be sure you have this code.

<{if $xoops_showlblock == 1}>

then make sure you close the <if> after the left blocks table cell.

<!-- End left blocks loop -->
</td>
<{/if}>
<!-- Display left blocks end -->

This worked for me and everything functioned great afterwards. Hope this helps you out.

Quest


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Friend of XOOPS
Posted on: 2005/12/6 13:57
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Posts: 1034
Since: 2005/11/19
#944

Re: Blank Tag

I am using 2.2.3a but it should be located in the same place. Go to your modules/system/admin/banners folder. You need to edit the banners.php file here. Open this banners.php file in your editor, near the top (in mine) is:
// Banners List
echo "<a name='top'></a>";

Where this 'top' is yours probably says 'blank'??? Replace the 'blank' with 'top', save it and it should do it...

Questor for XOOPS all the Way!


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Posted on: 2005/12/6 12:04
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#945

Maybe This Will Help

As pointed out allready there are many ways to do this. I am new to XOOPS but a simple way to do what you want would be to use MYPAGE which is one of the Content html wrapping modules. With MyPage you actually create the module yourself and you can find out how here:

When you get to the page below click on the Second Line: "How to create a one-page module for static content."

http://mywebresource.com/xfd/content.htm

When creating your module page you can use html to insert your banner images with their individual href links <href:="http://www.xxx.com" "target=_blank"> and add any of the decriptive text you would like for each banner. Then repeat for each banner until you have it set up the way you want.

Follow the directions for creating the module, saving it and installing it. Then go to the Banners admin and link each of the banners which you have using the XOOPS banners to the mypage module you just created. When a visitor clicks on a XOOPS banner you linked to the mypage module it will open the MyPage module you created Internally to your XOOPS site. They will be able to read a little on the banners as you created and described and then click on the one they want and it will open to the link (company's homepage) you linked the banner to in the MyPage module.

Don't forget to set Group Permissions etc. You can hide the Module from showing up in the Main Menu from the system admin modules and give the MyPage module you created a weight of 0.

Hope this helps!

The Questor



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