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metropolis
Re: My users upload big photos to gallery
  • 2006/11/23 9:55

  • metropolis

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Hervet: Did you read the question? The problem is that he doesn't want large files! So his PHP installation does already accept large files!

You could (if you have access to php.ini) reduce the UPLOAD_MAX_FILESIZE but this is then valid for all uploads, not only for pics in a gallery.

But you should first look for a possible setting in the gallery module you are using.



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metropolis
Re: istats
  • 2006/11/22 11:25

  • metropolis

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  • Since: 2004/7/15


I have released a bugfix release 2.2 that consideres the server's timezone, you can download it here.



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metropolis
Re: Someone has attached POPUPS to my site...
  • 2006/11/14 21:29

  • metropolis

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  • Since: 2004/7/15


Don't know what you mean - I don't get any popups when opening your webpage (the one in your account settings). But I use Firefox and AdBlockPlus. Maybe you have a trojan on your computer that opens popups?



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metropolis
Re: istats
  • 2006/11/14 19:02

  • metropolis

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First of all, you should use version 2.1.

And you have to add a little javascript code to your theme's index page that does actually call the counter.



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metropolis
Re: Blogging, rss and all
  • 2006/11/14 15:32

  • metropolis

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  • Since: 2004/7/15


You could use XPress (Wordpress for Xoops) which is pretty neat. -> www.xoopsforge.com

It does have this email-to-blog-functionality, unfortunately it never worked for me and I never got a reply from the developer, so I don't know whether this is really working or if it was a problem on my server only.



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metropolis
Re: CBB3.07 installation breaks with Tinyeditor Beta 1
  • 2006/11/13 17:19

  • metropolis

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  • Posts: 159

  • Since: 2004/7/15


Actually I don't have an idea, but I can confirm what you said, although I am still working with the (old) Newbb 2.0 forum.

Whenever I tried to use one of the new editors (not only Tinyeditor, but also FCKEditor and Koivi) I got blank pages in the forum when I try to make a reply or write a new post.

The only thing where these new editors seem to work are the modules from phppp. Unfortunately when using German umlauts in phppp's article module, their HTML entities are translated into literal text, which makes these editors also unusable there.

I still have to use the old DHTMLTextarea in modules.



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metropolis
Re: Best Gallery Module?
  • 2006/11/10 14:59

  • metropolis

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  • Since: 2004/7/15


Quote:

koralex90 wrote:
I tried using myalbum but the thumbnails all changed to distorted colors

There is a GD-option in the myAlbum preferences that you can switch on and then the thumbnails will look correctly.



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metropolis
Re: About Xoops module
  • 2006/11/10 14:46

  • metropolis

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  • Since: 2004/7/15


Go to the Administration menu and select "Groups" and then select the anonymous group and switch on every module you want non-logged-in users to have access to. New modules are disabled for anonymous access by default.

Don't forget to do the same thing for blocks that a module provides.



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metropolis
Re: Block anonymous access via IP-Filter
  • 2006/11/6 14:47

  • metropolis

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  • Since: 2004/7/15


It is possible, just enter the range in the block-IP-address field in the general XOOPS settings. The visitors with this IP address will simply get a blank page.



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metropolis
Re: Block anonymous access via IP-Filter
  • 2006/11/6 12:43

  • metropolis

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  • Since: 2004/7/15


Quote:

Basco wrote:
Surely it is a right!
But when it is used to abuse a system it isn't a right anymore.

But the point is: You should not ban many users, if only some of them abuse your forum.

Secondly, at least in JAP there are at least 5 or 6 different Mix-Cascades and there are a lot of other anoymizing tools with other IP addresses. You will not be able to ban them all and everybody can use a free proxy server. You would have to ban half of the internet to really do it right.

I don't think think, this is very useful. You could of course try and hope that the idiots stay away then, but usually those idiots are not stupid, they just don't have social competences.




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