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john519
Re: Fading headline Module
  • 2005/3/29 13:57

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I didn't think so. I've pretty much looked high and low for one.
Thanks for you assistance.
~J~



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john519
Fading headline Module
  • 2005/3/29 5:22

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Is there a module out there that fades Headline titles in and out similar to the one available with Proboards free message board?
See it in action here:http://snn2.proboards36.com/
Thanks
John



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john519
Theme Override?
  • 2005/2/13 15:31

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Hello all,
I installed Invision Powerboard module into my XOOPS 2.0.9.2 and it seems the board theme has overrideen the XOOPS theme, but only on the page the board shows on. If I change the XOOPS theme, I get the same results.
Any suggestions as to solve this or do I have to re-theme the XOOPS site to match the Powerboard theme?
Your help is always greatly appreciated!
John:519



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john519
Re: Xoops Max
  • 2004/8/4 14:29

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Appreciate everyones input on this. Thanks.

I haven't negotiated the final price structure with the client, but know its going to cost him :)

Interesting about the MySQL clustering. I've read some there.

My provider said they would work with me to make this project a success, so thats a plus.

Its YOU GUYS who make the XOOPS community so good.

Thanks again,
John



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john519
Re: Suddenly can't log in or register new users
  • 2004/8/4 0:11

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I had a similar problem recently, but with 2.0.6. My provider said it was because SQL server had used up all its processes available.
I don't know if that helps you any.....



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john519
Re: Xoops Max
  • 2004/8/3 23:30

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I would hope that they all wouldn't jump on simutaneously, but you never know. It would be on a dual Xeon 2.6GHZ, with 3072MB of memory, and 2 terabytes of bandwidth a month.
One idea that came to mind was run duplicate sites on seperate servers, for less strain. Would that work?
~J~



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john519
Xoops Max
  • 2004/8/3 23:05

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I was recently contacted by a network marketing company, to create a website using XOOPS CMS. There organization has approx. 475,000 members.
Are there any maximum specs to XOOPS that we know of, or any limitations that I should be aware of in creating this monster?

Thanks,
John



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john519
Re: Children's sports clubs
  • 2004/7/31 14:55

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I use XOOPS for a Pop Warner football client. Visit www.wilmingtonpopwarner.com/xoops to see what Ive done there.
Any questions, you can get me via the webmaster link there.
John



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john519
Re: JoneSolutions.Com Reseller Amazing Rates!!!
  • 2004/7/22 12:08

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Whats your backbone connection??

John



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john519
Re: Pictures and a HTML page
  • 2004/7/20 1:47

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Check /usr/bin and see if it works. With my host, it was already there. On my dedicated, I simply asked my host, and a good host will put it in for you.

Hope this helps you....

~J~




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