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DaBoyz

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Posted on: 2004/4/21 8:01
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#1

Re: PHPSESSID showing up in news module links

Normally, this case occures when it failed to create a cookie file on your computer ... so it uses the adress link to store it.


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Posted on: 2004/4/6 7:56
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#2

Re: form->insertBreak() doesn't work? Where do i wrong?

Quote:
why doesn't work insertBreak();?


Did you try "Search" ?

You could have a link to this or this ...


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Posted on: 2004/4/2 10:25
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#3

Re: Thank You for opening my eyes!

Quote:
When we get a release it is more likely to give you a blank page rather than a new feature.

Perhaps you should better use another CMS ... or perhaps program your own ...


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Posted on: 2004/3/22 15:35
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#4

Re: Karma System

Quote:
I would like to see the xoopsmembers and userpoints modules merged, and this karma system added to that.

If it could be done as a "global module system", it could encourage some people to devellop some RPG or Battle system mods ...


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Posted on: 2004/3/19 14:16
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#5

Re: how the XOOPS CSS and theme files interact

Have a look here ...


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Posted on: 2004/3/19 6:29
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#6

Re: Date Format Change!

In the same way ...

Changing Timestamp to Datetime format in the database to manage date before 1970 ?


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Posted on: 2004/2/25 19:08
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#7

Re: Order of the drop down news menu items

PHP Manual

Quote:
Example 1. sort() example
<?php

$fruits = array("lemon", "orange", "banana", "apple");
sort($fruits);
reset($fruits);
while (list($key, $val) = each($fruits)) {
echo "fruits[" . $key . "] = " . $val . "\n";
}

?>

This example would display:

fruits[0] = apple
fruits[1] = banana
fruits[2] = lemon
fruits[3] = orange

The fruits have been sorted in alphabetical order.


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Posted on: 2004/1/21 11:20
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#8

Re: XoopsFormText?

Edit the file class/xoopsform/formtext.php ...

You will find your answer in it like this :

/**
* Constructor

* @param    string    $caption    Caption
* @param    string    $name       "name" attribute
* @param    int    $size       Size
* @param    int    $maxlength  Maximum length of text
* @param    string  $value      Initial text
*/
    
function XoopsFormText($caption$name$size$maxlength$value=""){
        
$this->setCaption($caption);
        
$this->setName($name);
        
$this->_size intval($size);
        
$this->_maxlength intval($maxlength);
        
$this->setValue($value);
    }


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Posted on: 2004/1/19 0:18
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#9

Re: PHP Question

Here ...

Quote:
The include() statement includes and evaluates the specified file.

The documentation below also applies to require(). The two constructs are identical in every way except how they handle failure. include() produces a Warning while require() results in a Fatal Error. In other words, use require() if you want a missing file to halt processing of the page. include() does not behave this way, the script will continue regardless. Be sure to have an appropriate include_path setting as well.


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Posted on: 2004/1/18 23:32
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#10

Re: XoopsForm question

Quote:
I've looked through the XOOPS site and performed some searches but can't seem to find any documentation on the various flavors of the XoopsForm (e.g. the regular contact form has XoopsFormButton and XoopsFormText).


In class/xoopsformloader.php, you will find the list of forms possible ...

Then browse them, they are in class/xoospform/*.php. In each file, you will find a specific form.
For each, you will a Constructor ... have a look on it to know all parameters you can use with it ...
You could copy from another module first to test ...



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