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xoobaru

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Posted on: 2018/10/17 20:27
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#1

Re: Publisher 1.06 FINAL Released (PHP 5.6 - 7.2.8)

Having visited XOOPS after quite some time, I d/l and installed 4.5.9 on Bitnami WEMP stack (Nginx) for Windows. Most of the install went good, but when I selected install the three default modules (private messaging, protector, and the other one) the install broke and would not complete.

Upon restoring script and db backups, re-attempted install but without selecting default modules and the install completed successfully. The three modules were then installed successfully one by one from the administrator back end.

Next I d/l Publisher 1.06 final release. After moving to the modules directory and initiating install process by clicking the green X icon, not only did the install break, but also broke the entire admin back end in an unrecoverable manner so that it was unusable without a third installation.

Just passing along my findings. Since the three default modules installed without issue, I would rule out that the root cause could be the module installer issue, db or script permissions issue, or server issue. Most likely something with the module itself.


xoobaru

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Posted on: 2018/3/18 21:35
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#2

Re: http to https

Quote:

Hadesteam wrote:
Yes i felt something will be wrong, otherwise it would be too beautiful;)

http://www.kulturystyka.org.pl/module ... s/article.php?storyid=392 - redirection 301 STOP WORKS and other articles

http://www.kulturystyka.org.pl/modules/news/ - WORKS

http://www.kulturystyka.org.pl/module ... s/index.php?storytopic=34 - all categories WORKS

maybe with this redirect code is something wrong?
$checkScheme = function () {
        
$s $_SERVER;
        
$parsed parse_url(XOOPS_URL);
        
$targetScheme $parsed['scheme'];
        
$currentScheme = (!empty($s['HTTPS']) && $s['HTTPS'] !== 'off') ? 'https' 'http';
        if (
!== strcmp($targetScheme$currentScheme)) {
            
$host $parsed['host'];
            
$port = isset($parsed['port']) ? ':' $parsed['port'] : '';
            
$fullUrl $targetScheme '://' $host $port $s['REQUEST_URI'];
            
header('Location: ' $fullUrltrue301);
            exit();
        }
    };
    
$checkScheme();


Now i switch off this code, because i'm afraid of google position, i will wait for your help



This following t '://' allows php to build the url as either http:// if the system does not support TLS, or as https:// if it does support TLS.

For systems such as all my sites which are 100% hardccore SSL, I edit :// to https:// and no http: url construction is possible. Be judicioius. You still cannot use a https link to access an external resource that does not support https so you need a good overview and sense of your requirements, and what constraints you are willing to live with (some missing imagery or broken ssl lock display in the url bar).


xoobaru

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Posted on: 2018/3/18 21:24
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#3

Re: http to https

If you are seeing some images and not others, your server is telling your browser to no longer display the unsecured images.

You can verify by right clicking on the image or placeholder that does not display and the select your browsers Inspect option in the dropdown. Do you see a url that begins with http:// (unsecured) in the inspect code?

Now try this for an image you can see. Do you see https:// (secured) instead of http:// ?

If yes to both of your above tests, any changes made to httpd.conf or .htaccess to enforce TLS result in the browsers no longer being allowed to display unsecured content. That is because it will only honor secured content.

There is another possibility for this symptom.

If you renamed all http:// in your database dump to https:// as recommended above, but the external server associated with one of the url that you changed does not support https://, the associated content may not be served to your browser. It may even produce an error.


xoobaru

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Posted on: 2016/11/26 23:09
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#4

Re: 2.5.8 latest module developers documentation

Wow that was a great response, and I'm sure the multiple pointers will not only help me, but alot of users here as well! I will follow up on these.

Thanks Mamba!


xoobaru

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Posted on: 2016/11/25 7:01
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#5

2.5.8 latest module developers documentation

Hello to everyone in the community. There exists legacy module development documentation in the developers part of this site, however xoops has undergone significant change since 2.5.1 and I have been largely out of the loop during this time. Does module developers tutorials and documents exist for the latest XOOPS standard and if so, can someone post a url to same? Thanks.


xoobaru

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Posted on: 2016/2/25 20:00
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#6

Re: 403 Access denied

Quote:

Dante7237 wrote:
You shouldn't run Yogurt. It's wildly outdated and insecure.
There's a more recent social type of mod that Culex has developed.
You should try that instead.

Smallworld is the name of the module.
Here's his site. Don't know if he's doing anything with it currently.
culex.dk-Smallworld


Yogurt... what a strange name for a social network. Whats the connection as far as meaning goes.... culture maybe? No need to reply, I am just thinking out loud.

Last contact I had with Culex, there were Jquery updates that needed to be made in SW and XIM.


xoobaru

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Posted on: 2016/2/25 19:55
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#7

Re: 403 Access denied

Quote:

culex wrote:
when I hold my breath. Not sure how that'll turn out


You typically come back to consciousness on the floor with your stand-nearbys gaping strangely down at you (I tried it at the age of six as a distraction from an extremely boring church service). Any case good to hear from you again Culex.


xoobaru

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Posted on: 2016/1/28 18:42
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#8

Re: Please review: Open Renderments!!

Nice site, but if you can come up with one that results in substantial de-renderment of the existing principalites, I will be its number one fan.


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Posted on: 2016/1/28 18:36
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#9

Re: TDMCreate 1.91 alpha 1 for Testing

Thanks Mamba. It can't hurt getting to know the process better in 5.7, as I am sure that certain of the module development fundamentals will carry forward into the upcoming version.


xoobaru

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Posted on: 2016/1/26 16:06
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#10

Re: TDMCreate 1.91 alpha 1 for Testing

Hoping everyone is doing well,
Was this module (tdmcreate) intended for XOOPS 2.5 or 2.6 versions, and is it ready as a base to begin developing modules? Anyone using it now for that purpose?



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