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iHackCode

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Posted on: 7/26 22:19
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#1

Re: Warning with xoInboxCount

Do you have a function.xoInboxCount.php file in htdocs/class/smarty/xoops_plugins ?


iHackCode

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Posted on: 2018/5/1 15:44
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#2

Re: Google Maps API Keys are back

Thanks. I had a typo in the call for setcenter. I've fixed it and pushed it to GitHub (https://github.com/ihackcode/googlemaps/tree/fixes)


iHackCode

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Posted on: 2018/4/30 19:22
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#3

Re: Google Maps API Keys are back

I have some fixes in my branch, but there might be a few features missing.

https://github.com/ihackcode/googlemaps/tree/fixes


iHackCode

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Posted on: 2018/4/29 3:08
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#4

Re: What do you use to demo your themes?

Theme designers, if they use something more lightweight to demo multiple themes.


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Posted on: 2018/4/27 4:47
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#5

What do you use to demo your themes?

What do you use to make demo sites for your themes?


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Posted on: 2018/3/23 2:52
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#6

Re: Dummy block in Dummy module

oh. this
$modversion['blocks'][0]['file'] = "blocks/dummy_block.php";

should be. this
$modversion['blocks'][0]['file'] = "dummy_block.php";

But if you want a block to appear you'll need a template.

ex:
$modversion['blocks'][0]['template'] = 'sometemplate.tpl';

https://xoops.gitbooks.io/kaotik-modul ... al/content/en/book/4.html


iHackCode

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Posted on: 2018/3/18 4:27
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#7

Re: XoopsPreload

For Xoops 2.5.6
System requirements
-----------------------------------
PHP:
Any PHP version >= 5.3.7 (PHP 5.4+ is strongly recommended)

MySQL:
MySQL server 5.0+
Source: https://xoops.org/modules/news/article.php?storyid=6476

Try uploading the checksum.md5 and checksum.php files from the Xoops 2.5.6 package to verify your files are correct.
Quote:

Files integrity check
-----------------------------------

The full XOOPS package is released with a script able to check if all the system files have been correctly uploaded to the server. To use it, follow these instructions:

1. Upload the checksum.php and checksum.md5 files located in the XOOPS package root to your XOOPS server folder (putting them next to mainfile.php).
2. Execute checksum.php with your browser
3. If necessary, re-upload the missing or corrupted system files
4. Remove checksum.php and checksum.md5 from your server


iHackCode

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Posted on: 2018/1/13 21:48
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#8

Re: protector.php not found

Quote:

Moonrakre wrote:
Unfortunately all the editors were already set to dhtmltextarea. I tried all the other options to no avail.

The module throwing the error is a "content" module (of which there seem to be a number) by a Ben Brown of The Handcoders, Reinarz & Associates. These seem to have disappeared now.

I built the site for a charity in 2010 and it has just run lovely since then, but it was on an old PHP version which has had to be changed, so somehow I need to get it changed at least to the point of being able to edit the content. So yes is it old.


Ah okay, I was worried that the site was somehow set to use an outdated editor.

Yeah you might have to update the module to use a different editor like XoopsFormDhtmlTextArea.


iHackCode

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Posted on: 2018/1/13 16:13
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#9

Re: protector.php not found

The updater is supposed to edit the mainfile.php and secure.php files for you, but it looks like you were able to update the mainfile.php and secure.php files manually.

I think the FormDhtmlExt editor was part of the xoopseditors package from years ago. I think your site might have the files on your site still (I don't know if there in an updated version available). Go to the system module->preferences->system module settings. In the 'Editor Settings' , change all of the editors to 'dhtmltextarea'. Now your site will use an editor that works.

The preference page should be here:
Quote:

htdocs/modules/system/admin.php?fct=preferences&op=showmod&mod=1


iHackCode

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Posted on: 2018/1/13 12:53
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#10

Re: protector.php not found

It is no longer required to modify the mainfile.php to include the precheck.inc.php and the postcheck.inc.php files. The module has a core preload that is set to include the files, so XOOPS will include that in the xoopsPreload .

XOOPS 2.5.9
Protector 3.54



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