xoops forums

Forum Index


Board index » All Posts (bob)




bob

Just popping in
Posted on: 2002/7/6 12:45
bob
bob (Show more)
Just popping in
Posts: 8
Since: 2002/1/9 1
#1

Re: HTML problem in XOOPS and Other CMS?

<table border="0" width="913" bgcolor="#FFFFFF" cellspacing="1" height="2194" >
<tr>
<td width="148" height="132">
<p align="left"> </p>
</td>
<td width="751" colspan="4" rowspan="3" height="443">
<p align="left">

In your code above, you might try adding valign="top" to the table and td tags in which you have a specific height value. See if that pulls the text up some.


bob

Just popping in
Posted on: 2002/2/20 1:46
bob
bob (Show more)
Just popping in
Posts: 8
Since: 2002/1/9 1
#2

Re: This page loaded in x seconds

here's the little script in the footer of many myphpnuke sites. i'm just a crude hacker, not a php programmer, so I can't tell if this gives you enough to work with...

echo "<center><font size=1>\n";
ss_timing_stop();
$help = sprintf(translate("Page took %s seconds to load."),ss_timing_current());
echo "$help";
echo "</font></center>\n";
echo "<br>\n";


bob

Just popping in
Posted on: 2002/1/27 16:38
bob
bob (Show more)
Just popping in
Posts: 8
Since: 2002/1/9 1
#3

Release RC2

I just did a search on the term cms, which returned your current and past posts ordered by date, the subject and the date they were created. It was easy; I had no trouble finding them.

While I find some of your ideas admirable, the idea that XOOPS should remain in limbo until they are implemented is unrealistic and unpalatable.

While XOOPS holds out a lot of promise to me over, for instance, phpnuke and myphpnuke, I can't even develop customized themes for XOOPS as it stands, because the developers have said they are changing rules for creating themes.

If I can't customize it, and soon, I'm going to have to continue with the other nukes. Hey, I have business to develop and web sites to build. I can't sit around for months waiting on XOOPS and put them on hold.

I would venture to say that's the case for many of us. XOOPS promises to be the best tool around. To make good on that promise, the creators need to develop a usable, customizable version quickly.

I look forward with great anticipation to RC2



TopTop