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CeBepuH
Re: Which forum would be easiest to clone?
  • 2007/1/1 7:56

  • CeBepuH

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Gijoe is working on a duplicatable forum module: d3forum

It uses XOOPS_TRUST_PATH but all the details can be found on his site: http://xoops.peak.ne.jp/
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CeBepuH
Re: XOOPS Failed after server move.
  • 2006/10/12 4:01

  • CeBepuH

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You can bypass the check by changing in mainfile.php:

define('XOOPS_CHECK_PATH', '1');

to

define('XOOPS_CHECK_PATH', '0');
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CeBepuH
Re: Constructive Criticism Please and showcase your sites here...
  • 2006/10/9 5:51

  • CeBepuH

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Actually, there is a whole forum about this:

Website reviews of XOOPS sites
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CeBepuH
Re: Xoops cant detect and list uploaded modules
  • 2006/9/29 20:20

  • CeBepuH

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The Frameworks that comes with CBB. Just upload it.
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CeBepuH
Re: How do you define a Xoops module?
  • 2006/9/29 7:34

  • CeBepuH

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Rather hard to define. I would say this:

- Installs through XOOPS module admin - i.e. it has xoops_version.php. Creating database tables is not compulsory.
Example: Gijoe's altsys or tplsadmin modules. Those rely on (and modify) the contents of the database created by the System module. I don't think that makes them less of a modules.

- Access governed by XOOPS module permissions and XOOPS user login.

- Language files.

- Uses some XOOPS functions. (But probably the use of xoops_version.php can qualify as that.)


Having a front-end is not compulsory. Example: again Gijoe's altsys, tplsadmin, protector modules. Partly the system admin module.

Having an admin backend is not compulsory either. For example the Xoopsmembers module (which was part of the 2.0 releases not so long ago) has no theming support, has no admin backend but installs through XOOPS module admin, the access is governed by XOOPS module permissions and XOOPS user login and it has some language files in place. It does not need a database as it uses the one provided by the core (or system admin module).
Another example would be the sitemap module which has some preferences to set on the backend but that's it. It does not create it's own database, does not really have an admin part but generates a sitemap ffrom your site.

Having a search feature is not compulsory either. You don't need one for an admin type of module only. And if it is a front-end one: it really depends on the purpose of the module. Adding one to Xoopsmembers or Sitemap is pointless.

I'll just give an example with another excellent module (even used on here): comments search module which makes use mostly of search.inc.php. It does not have an admin part it hardly has a front-end as well. It again uses the database tables created by the core and you'll see it in action only when searching.

Would you all agree that all those modules I have used as examples are excellent ones? Even though a bit odd they add great functionality to a site (be it on the admin or user side). Can those qualify as anything else than modules?


I'll add that I fully agree with Bassman's post above.
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CeBepuH
Re: My site keep refreshing itself using IE
  • 2006/9/28 21:02

  • CeBepuH

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Check in your system module preferences that PHP debug is turned off.
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CeBepuH
Re: copyright issues -> http://www.simdigital.com.br
  • 2006/9/17 18:57

  • CeBepuH

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Quote:

Biteronboard wrote:
they are using ISmart


ISmart? Hmmm. What they use does look like a modification of XOOPS. Just look at their theme.html for example. Or the names of the modules.

But I'm afraid that their ISmart is not the one in your link. That one seems to be on ASP.
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CeBepuH
Re: Xoops and CBB not executing HTML or BBCode in Signatures, News blocks, etc
  • 2006/9/15 4:43

  • CeBepuH

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Quote:

jgiddens wrote:

How do I go about posting an image if .gif/.jgp links are disallowed?


I never said that! I said that certain restrictions apply. In other words the image you are posting should end on gif/jpg and should not contain a question mark characters.
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CeBepuH
Re: Xoops and CBB not executing HTML or BBCode in Signatures, News blocks, etc
  • 2006/9/14 3:15

  • CeBepuH

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1. img tags should not be in caps as in your example.

2. I don't think it would accept an URL that contains a ? symbol or that does not end with gif/jpg extension.
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CeBepuH
Re: Xoops Control Panel
  • 2006/9/7 3:52

  • CeBepuH

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  • Since: 2002/6/10


What kind of error? What does it say?

Which version of Xoops? Fresh install or not?
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