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Jyotirmaya
Re: No Xoops Editor Icons - Weird!!!!
  • 2006/7/19 13:52

  • Jyotirmaya

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  • Posts: 105

  • Since: 2005/2/10


Hi Dave - thanks for your response. I just managed to sort this out this morning.. with the help of a Linux guru who was hosting my site. Seems something was there in HTTPD.conf that was causing images to be remapped from that folder. I think he changed something in the file and that sorted the problem out.

I lost a lot of sleep over that one - but happily all is ok now.
"You are never alone or helpless, the force that guides the stars guides you too"



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Jyotirmaya
Re: No Xoops Editor Icons - Weird!!!!
  • 2006/7/19 7:55

  • Jyotirmaya

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  • Posts: 105

  • Since: 2005/2/10


Can anyone at all help me with this it is doing my head in.

I can see all images in a folder called "images1".
As soon as I rename it to "images" - I cannot see anything (no change at all in permissions - this is not a folder permissions issue!)

I tried changing the robots.txt to exclude the images line - no joy.

Please please please can someone help...???????
"You are never alone or helpless, the force that guides the stars guides you too"



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Jyotirmaya
Re: No Xoops Editor Icons - Weird!!!!
  • 2006/7/11 13:26

  • Jyotirmaya

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  • Since: 2005/2/10


okay, so I put url.gif in a new folder called images1 in the root of my site and I can see the icon fine when I browse to /url/images1/url.gif

But I still cannot see any icons in the /images folder via my browser (firefox or IE)
"You are never alone or helpless, the force that guides the stars guides you too"



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Jyotirmaya
No Xoops Editor Icons - Weird!!!!
  • 2006/7/11 13:02

  • Jyotirmaya

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  • Posts: 105

  • Since: 2005/2/10


Help! I have just done a virgin install of XOOPS 2.2.3 on a new server and everytime i need to use a wysiwig editor, NO icons are showing!
So instead of showingResized Image
it will just say URL. If I click on URL it still has the functionality, just the icons are not showing for some reason.

I have tried downloading 2.2.2 also - same problem, even 2.0.14 has the same problem!!! I have tried it with a number of themes and it seems theme independent.

It also seems to happen regardless of what modulke I use - WIWI, NEWBB - all the same.

I think it may have something to do with the server. It is running Linux, Apache, PHP5. Currently I have put the site back to XOOPS 2.2.3 final from the latest SVN. The site is athttp://portal.anandamarga.de

Interestingly, if you go tohttp://portal.anandamarga.de/images/url.gif you cannot view the image - it says it is unavailable. However, if I check through my FTP client - the image is definitely there. I have set the permissions on the folder and children to be 754 (so that others can read too - but no change)

I have set up several other XOOPS sites with the same theme and the same modules on other servers and never seen this problem. Can anyone shed some light pleeeese.
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Jyotirmaya
Re: Multimenu CSS
  • 2006/6/2 12:06

  • Jyotirmaya

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  • Since: 2005/2/10


Cheers blueteen - even if I made the borders transparent - the extra 4 pixels the border put into my menubar messed up the theme....

Actually I was looking at your CGenie site quite a bit and based my solution heavily around your CSS (so you helped me twice...)
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Jyotirmaya
Re: Multimenu CSS

ok sorted it -
the problem lay in the positioning of the sub-links list
I changed this in scrip-t/08/basic_dd.css
Quote:
/* make the sub menuhcss ul visible and position it beneath the main menuhcss list item */
.menuhcss ul li:hover ul {
display:block;
position:absolute;
top:21px;


to this

Quote:
/* make the sub menuhcss ul visible and position it beneath the main menuhcss list item */
.menuhcss ul li:hover ul {
display:block;
position:absolute;
top:17px;


My line-height for my Main links is 18px
This stops the mouse from travelling over "dead" space and making the sub menu disappear before I could hover over the link.
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Jyotirmaya
Re: Multimenu CSS
  • 2006/5/31 11:40

  • Jyotirmaya

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  • Posts: 105

  • Since: 2005/2/10


possible, but the background is not a fixed color, but rather a gradient
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Jyotirmaya
Re: Multimenu CSS
  • 2006/5/31 11:33

  • Jyotirmaya

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  • Posts: 105

  • Since: 2005/2/10


Thanks Lance,

am having some problems editting the css. - The horizontal dropdown css is basic_dd.css, in the /script/08 folder.

I am trying to remove the borders on my dropdown links so that it can fit into my theme nicely.
when I edit the following CSS item on line 25:
Quote:
/* style the links to be 104px wide by 30px high with a top and right border 1px solid white.
Set the background color and the font size. */
.menuhcss ul li a, .menuhcss ul li a:visited {
display:block;
text-align:left;
text-decoration:none;
height:17px;
color:#000;
border:0px none #fff;
border-width:0px 0px 4px 0px;
background:url(images/body_bg.gif) repeat;
line-height:17px;
font-size:12px; font-weight:bold;
}

If I change the border-width to all be 0px, which is what I want, then the drop down list appears when I hover over the mainlink, however, as soon as I try to select a sublink, it disappears.

I played around, and basically, as soon as the bottom border goes below 4px - the sub-links disappear before you can select them. Any ideas on why this might be so? Seems to happen in IE as well as FF.

In my theme, the dropdown menus sit within a <td> element which is 18px high.
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Jyotirmaya
Multimenu CSS
  • 2006/5/26 17:12

  • Jyotirmaya

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 105

  • Since: 2005/2/10


I am trying to integrate multimenu dropdown horizontal CSS menus into my theme, and have got the menus working but need to edit the menu CSS so that it is the same as my theme CSS.

Where do I find the CSS for the dropdown menus?? looked through release docs and forums, couldn't find it anywhere.
"You are never alone or helpless, the force that guides the stars guides you too"



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Jyotirmaya
Re: XF-Section Security Vulnerability
  • 2006/3/17 18:56

  • Jyotirmaya

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 105

  • Since: 2005/2/10


thanks seventhseal - will ask them.
put on GIJoe's security pack just in case
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