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Burnout-BR
Re: Cloned Article module for xoops.
  • 2006/6/6 18:19

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How did you cloned it?

What was changed?



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Burnout-BR
Re: Get free advertising while helping MWR grow!
  • 2005/11/25 6:24

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Nice, i will check your site!


Well, about coffee, all i say is that here in Brasil we have the BEST coffee! Suck that!!

Lol! I'm just kidding...



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Burnout-BR
Re: Default comments template breaks in IE
  • 2005/8/17 6:23

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Well, i just saw two problems at the moment, one was in comments and second in code box, i made those changes, now the problem is with little comments, because user details stay bigger than the container (see second picture).

If you need some feedback just e-mail me, or send a PM.



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Burnout-BR
Re: Default comments template breaks in IE
  • 2005/8/14 23:57

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I tried to fix the CSS, with some succes, here what i made:

commented position:relative; in .comContainer

added width: 300px; in div.xoopsCode:

It will display like that in IE:

Resized Image

Resized Image

When comment is small it displays the container smaller than user details. That's the only problem i could not fix yet.

Someone knows how to fix it?



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Burnout-BR
Re: Default comments template breaks in IE
  • 2005/8/14 14:18

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Yeah, the guy that made those templates forgot to check it in IE. Not just the comments template isn't displayed correctly in IE, but the code and quote box don't have line breaks, it just destroy the theme when you post a long code or quote.

I know that Firefox is good (it's my default browser), but IE still more popular, and all things must be tested in IE before released.

This must be fixed really fast.



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Burnout-BR
Re: Webstats module
  • 2005/7/15 18:19

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You need to put some javascript code in your theme, read the text files in module directory.



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Burnout-BR
Re: Backup & restore a single module
  • 2005/7/15 18:15

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I think you just need to have the module installed in the new site, and then, import the database tables referent to desired module.



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Burnout-BR
Re: HTMLArea Module for All XOOPS
  • 2005/6/15 10:20

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Is there any form of making emoticons work in that editor?



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Burnout-BR
Re: Problem importing database in remote server
  • 2005/6/15 7:43

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Many thanks jdseymour! It functioned very well, soon i will show my site for all comunity.



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Burnout-BR
Re: Problem importing database in remote server
  • 2005/6/14 0:42

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No, the remote server uses MySQL 4.0.22-standard...




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