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mboyden

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Posted on: 2013/11/14 14:29
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#1

Re: XOOPS Solution for a Radio Station?

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I'm looking for the Onair module of Culex. Unfortunately, the website seems to be offline or the download link is dead there any other way to get to the module or something similar is offered?

Most modules are additionally kept in the SourceForge Modules Repository. So, you can find the Onair 1.04 Module there.

Additionally, there is the XOOPS SVN Repository, and if you look in the XoopsModules trunk, you will find OnAir there as well.
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mboyden

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Posted on: 2012/9/14 0:24
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Re: extgallery

FWIW, if using eXtgallery 1.0.9 with XOOPS 2.4.5, when editing blocks (using either the system tool or AltSys), I get an error trying to edit two of the blocks: "Photo View" and "Slideshow photo View". The error is:

Fatal error: Class 'XoopsFormSelect' not found in /path/to/xoops/modules/extgallery/blocks/extgallery_blocks.php on line 390

(or line 539 depending on the block)

This is a simple fix, adding this line as the first line of code:
include_once $GLOBALS['xoops']->path('class/xoopsformloader.php');


Also, if you're using 2.5.x, you may want to explore the later versions, I found eXtgallery 1.11 in the development trunk, but it's not yet released. It doesn't have this mentioned code fix, but might not be an issue in 2.5.x. (Unsure; didn't test). I also need to check out the recently updated myAlbum and myAlbum-p as I work to upgrade existing production sites to the 2.5.x branch.
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mboyden

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Posted on: 2012/7/26 17:26
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Re: Upgrading from 2.07

You might try this set of notes on upgrading from 2.0.x to 2.3.x. From there it might be much easier. Good luck!
Pessimists see difficulty in opportunity; Optimists see opportunity in difficulty. --W Churchill

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mboyden

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Posted on: 2011/10/4 15:21
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Re: News or XNews module?

FWIW, I don't think "SEO-friendly" URLs matter:

http://www.malcolmcoles.co.uk/blog/se ... endly-urls-myth-and-fact/
http://www.seroundtable.com/archives/018319.html
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/50 ... ly-affect-a-pages-ranking
http://www.netwitsthinktank.com/searc ... an-url-matter-for-seo.htm

That said, most clients want the SEO/human-friendly URL, myth or not.
Pessimists see difficulty in opportunity; Optimists see opportunity in difficulty. --W Churchill

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mboyden

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Posted on: 2011/10/4 13:14
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Re: News or XNews module?

What are the salient differences that need to be combined and/or merged into one or the other? I've installed xnews for another site, and I must admit that I like the automatic cloning feature (not yet tried), although I find it interesting that clones are managed under the module, but I guess I understand why, sorta.

Anyhoos, is there a reason they should be cloned? Are both teams still active?
Pessimists see difficulty in opportunity; Optimists see opportunity in difficulty. --W Churchill

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mboyden

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Posted on: 2011/10/3 18:50
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#6

Re: Adding Sharing Buttons to pages?

If you want it only in those two pages, then you will need to add them to the templates for those two pages. Custom templates in 2.5.x are now kept in the theme in the modules directory.
Pessimists see difficulty in opportunity; Optimists see opportunity in difficulty. --W Churchill

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mboyden

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Posted on: 2011/9/29 20:47
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Re: Publisher and block random

Which version of Publisher (I guess SVN version)? Which version of XOOPS (which will somewhat dictate which version of Publisher)?
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mboyden

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Posted on: 2011/9/29 20:45
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Re: Myalbum SEO title

This will require an edit to the module's PHP to change the page title variable to include the picture title. I'm a little surprised that it doesn't do that already, but I don't use the module currently.
Pessimists see difficulty in opportunity; Optimists see opportunity in difficulty. --W Churchill

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mboyden

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Posted on: 2011/9/29 20:42
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Re: Visual editor is stripping out html line break

Which module? Which Editor (and version)? Which version of XOOPS?
Pessimists see difficulty in opportunity; Optimists see opportunity in difficulty. --W Churchill

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mboyden

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Posted on: 2011/9/28 14:57
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Re: GoDaddy.com and XOOPS!

I believe that GoDaddy can't deal with your site; I worked with a client that used them - initially at least, until I convinced them to move. IMHO 1and1 sucks/. And neither site's support staff can deal with anything non-standard (by their standards). I remember trying to get 1and1 to use DNS elsewhere for a client that needed to distribute their services on different machines and services. At that time, if DNS didn't point to their DNS servers, you couldn't use them. What if you want to use your own DNS servers, or another providers for some reason (potentially to have more control, distribution, etc.). Anyhoos. I've heard good things about HostGator, too, among a few others. Web Hosting Talk is a good place to find this type of info.

FWIW, our little company does web-hosting, and we host quite a few XOOPS sites. Full Disclosure: I do gain financial compensation from anyone that uses our services. 30-day free trial for new accounts.
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