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seth_sd
Re: editing xoops redirect messages
  • 2008/10/20 13:06

  • seth_sd

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seth_sd
Re: Xigg - removing "powered by Xigg" ?
  • 2008/4/13 20:20

  • seth_sd

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I guess it's always a bit of a trade off. Inbox(Smartfactory) seems to have decent marketing which in turn allows them to continue to stand behind their modules and release them on a regular basis...Such as the latest version of SmartSection 2.14 that was just released or XIGG for that matter. I don't know the ins and outs of the license but it seems a small price to pay for some of the better modules out there?
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seth_sd
Re: Need content management module with WYSIWYG editor
  • 2007/11/18 0:10

  • seth_sd

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Quote:

McDonald wrote:
Instead of FCKeditor you should try Tinyeditor which is based on TinyMCE. According to me this is one of the best wysiwyg editors available for Xoops.
I am not sure if Tinyeditor is available for download now dev.xoops is down.

Have you tried the content module Article? As far as I know this is the only content module that let you publish an article in more than one category without cloning it.


Just installed Tiny the other day based on a posting by you Mcdondald that I saw on the Smartfactory forum and it works great.

I downloaded it at Xoopsaddons.org -http://www.xoopsaddons.org/modules/wfdownloads/singlefile.php?cid=12&lid=906
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seth_sd
Re: Do you use Vista?
  • 2007/11/15 10:49

  • seth_sd

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Quote:

sato-san wrote:
I have my Windows completely erased. My email and my data I could. Now running Ubunutu Linux, and I am very pleased. I had to install VMware, now can I test my Web-Design with a MS-OS.


VMWare on Ubuntu running Windows is a nice option...No need for dual-boot. Just boot up Windows inside Ubuntu when you need it...Maybe I'll do that.
"Why can't we have a car powered on a mixture of patchouli oil, ignorance, and double standards? There seems to be an inexhaustible supply of that sh1t." - LR



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seth_sd
Re: Do you use Vista?
  • 2007/11/14 20:17

  • seth_sd

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Gutsy Gibbon and XP here. I have not even seen Vista. If I could only get Dreamweaver for Linux I'd be cool.

Microsoft drives me crazy with this stuff. We still order all of our laptops and desktops with XP. Any of you that run Exchange Webmail will know that it does not work with Vista unless you patch your servers....I friggin' hate that!

Seth
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seth_sd
Re: Shopping Carts - Latest XOOPS consensus
  • 2007/11/14 13:15

  • seth_sd

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Quote:

paulizaz wrote:
Thanks, Some good posts.

Think im going to test Oscommerce.
Herve's sounds great but I do get the feeling there is some commercial advertising going on here.

Sorry, its just I need to do this in a strict budget.

@ Seth_sd, which one is simple? Which one might struggle with complexity?


I do not think there is any intentional advertising going on here. Herve's module is commercial but it is very well done. In order for someone to properly evaluate commerce options for XOOPS they would need to know about this module. There has always been the need for a native commerce module for XOOPS and this is the first one that I have seen with this level of functionality.

As far as complexity goes, I think that OSCommerce has been around forever and has many options. Herve's module is very straight forward. When I looked at it I found it to have most everything you could want but some may find they need more in which case OSCommerce may work better for you. From my perspective simple is better.


Seth
"Why can't we have a car powered on a mixture of patchouli oil, ignorance, and double standards? There seems to be an inexhaustible supply of that sh1t." - LR



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seth_sd
Re: XOOPSdocs.org is Open!
  • 2007/11/14 4:23

  • seth_sd

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  • Since: 2004/11/9


Looks good Skenow! Momentum!

Seth
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seth_sd
Re: Shopping Carts - Latest XOOPS consensus
  • 2007/11/12 21:55

  • seth_sd

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Quote:

Will_H wrote:
Yeah, security is the main reason I prefer separate databases.

I am sure Herve's modules kicks ass.


Herve's module is very nice, indeed.

I have been looking at OSCommerce as well but when you put them side-by-side and compare simplicity and ease of management for a simple store there is really no comparison.

For more complexity such as shipping charge calculations, payment processor integrations and so on then it's probably a different story. Just my .02 cents.

Seth
"Why can't we have a car powered on a mixture of patchouli oil, ignorance, and double standards? There seems to be an inexhaustible supply of that sh1t." - LR



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seth_sd
Re: Shopping Carts - Latest XOOPS consensus
  • 2007/11/12 21:42

  • seth_sd

  • Friend of XOOPS

  • Posts: 158

  • Since: 2004/11/9


Quote:

Will_H wrote:
osCommerce has come a long way.

Its so easy to set up a standalone osC store.

http://www.mrtheme.com
http://storefront.mrtheme.com

As you can see, it is completely possible to get osC to look like your site, and having your store separate from XOOPS (i.e. a different database) is not a bad idea.


That looks nice and especially for OSCommerce. But, the only thing that I really have a hard time getting by is 2 user accounts databases.

Not being a smart ass, Why do you say having separate databases is better? Security?

I really like the idea of having a true XOOPS commerce module like what Herve has put together. There are so many possibilities for integration into other modules and just having one CMS makes it so much easier.

Seth
"Why can't we have a car powered on a mixture of patchouli oil, ignorance, and double standards? There seems to be an inexhaustible supply of that sh1t." - LR



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seth_sd
Re: ignore users?
  • 2007/11/9 3:06

  • seth_sd

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  • Since: 2004/11/9


IPB most certainly does...Sure would be a very nice feature, especially 'round here lately!
"Why can't we have a car powered on a mixture of patchouli oil, ignorance, and double standards? There seems to be an inexhaustible supply of that sh1t." - LR




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