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Posted on: 2010/3/13 2:22
gediminasbyt
gediminasbyt (Show more)
Posts: 484
Since: 2005/3/18
#1

Re: Feature, comment voting system/module/plugin

Thanks for replies. Sounds like there is nothing available that could be used for such purpose. News module is not what I'm looking for, subversion is not what I need either.


Posted on: 2010/3/12 6:58
gediminasbyt
gediminasbyt (Show more)
Posts: 484
Since: 2005/3/18
#2

Feature, comment voting system/module/plugin

I'm looking for a module or feature in XOOPS or stand alone product, that can be used by users to request certain feature and other users to vote (preferably with comments) for each feature.

Here are few example sites: http://productideas.appspot.com/ or http://gallery.menalto.com/sfvote

Thanks in advance for suggestions.

--DJ


Posted on: 2009/1/16 7:05
gediminasbyt
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Posts: 484
Since: 2005/3/18
#3

Re: XOOPS 2.3 & 3.0 - Best multilanguage module

Anybody who says it's easy to implement multi-language site I'd like to call for a duel lol. Copying files is easy, however then... hell make lose... making sure all files are in correct places, all config is done correctly, templates are updated and so much more... I've implemented multi-language config at least a hundred times and I'm still a newbie. Even Joomla does this step 100 times better... I agree with the 'assumption' XOOPS needs this in core or at least a better module that would be core supported.


Posted on: 2008/11/8 19:13
gediminasbyt
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Posts: 484
Since: 2005/3/18
#4

Re: Issues with MediaWiki

krauh -

I'm afraid to say there is no future for that module as developer is in China where mediawiki is being blocked and developer has mentioned there will be no more work being done - unless there is someone else who'll pickup module development.

Thanks for the 'flower' hint need to figure out how to get an actual link now.

Did anybody figure out fckeditor in 2.3.1?


Posted on: 2008/11/7 20:07
gediminasbyt
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Posts: 484
Since: 2005/3/18
#5

Re: Issues with MediaWiki

hmm, nobody?


Posted on: 2008/11/7 1:00
gediminasbyt
gediminasbyt (Show more)
Posts: 484
Since: 2005/3/18
#6

Issues with MediaWiki

I'm trying to figure out how to use MediaWiki on this site and on my own site. I am forced to use MediaWiki as I'm migrating it to XOOPS portal from standalone install. There are several issues I've encountered on latest XOOPS 2.3.1 with latest available MediaWiki 1.7.1.

1. How to to switch back from "Switch to MediaWiki mode". I've tried on xoops.org and it's all kept in a cookie. I'd like to put a link that would "Switch to Integrated mode" or similar.

2. Search does not work on my install, however when you do search on xoops.org it does return results from mediawiki too. Would be nice to get some details on this hack that was done on xoops.org. (I can't use google search as it's internal site)

3. In integrated mode writing an article is almost impossible - that box is tiny - where can I set it's size or better off have an ability to maximize.

4. I was forced to disable $wgFCKUseEditor in LocalSettings.php as that completely breaks tables.[edit] yes, I have tried updating to 'fckeditor'[/edit]

Thanks.



Posted on: 2008/6/15 6:30
gediminasbyt
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Posts: 484
Since: 2005/3/18
#7

Re: Adding a block under header.

stefan88

hehe, I did not want to go that much in detail I use all kinds of customizations in addition to multilanguage tags, flags etc. I also immediately replace regular messaging with mpmanager therefore links change too.

Good luck mmusa, you have something to work with now.


Posted on: 2008/6/15 6:25
gediminasbyt
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Posts: 484
Since: 2005/3/18
#8

Re: Security

If I hack your ssh session prolly do much more damage than upload couple files to uploads directory...

there is .htaccess you may want to look at locking down some directories. In most cases 777 is not needed if you configure apache user to read/write to those directories.


Posted on: 2008/6/15 6:11
gediminasbyt
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Posts: 484
Since: 2005/3/18
#9

Re: Adding a block under header.

And just noticed you wanted your login box too Well, this should work. You may need to add some images if you do not have them, however at least text should show up. Paste this in theme.html inside of your theme that you use.
<{if $xoops_isuser}>
<
td>Welcome<a href="<{$xoops_url}>/user.php"><{$xoops_uname}></a>
           <{if 
$xoops_isadmin == 1}>
           <
a href="<{$xoops_url}>/admin.php"><img align="middle" src="<{$xoops_url}>/themes/<{$xoops_theme}>/images/admin.gif" alt="Administrators menu" title="Administrators menu" width="22px" height="22px" border="0px" /></a>
           <{/if}>
            <
a href="<{$xoops_url}>/user.php?op=logout"><img align="middle" src="<{$xoops_url}>/themes/<{$xoops_theme}>/images/logout.gif" alt="Logout" title="Logout" width="22px" height="22px" border="0px" /></a>
</
td>
</
div>

<{else}>

<
td id="leftcolumn" >
 <
form style="margin-top: 2px; margin-bottom: 0px" action="<{$xoops_url}>/user.php" method="post"><a>Username</a>
  <
input name="uname" type="text" size="16" title="Enter your username here"  /><a>Password</a>
  <
input name="pass" type="password" size="6" title="Enter your password here" />
  <
input name="submit" type="submit" value="Login" /><br />
  <
input type="hidden" name="op" value="login" />
  <
a href="<{$xoops_url}>/user.php#lost">Lost password?</a>
  <
input type="hidden" name="op" value="login" />
  <
a href="<{$xoops_url}>/register.php">Register now</a>
 </
form>
 <{/if}>


Posted on: 2008/6/15 6:00
gediminasbyt
gediminasbyt (Show more)
Posts: 484
Since: 2005/3/18
#10

Re: Adding a block under header.

For search box add this inside of your theme. You'd have to add probably a table, unless you use full CSS...

<form class="search" action="<{$xoops_url}>/search.php" method="get">

              <
input class="textbox" type="text" name="query" value="" />
                          <
input type="hidden" name="action" value="results" />
              <
input class="button" type="submit" name="Submit" value="Search" />

        </
form>



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