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webe3d

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Posted on: 2005/7/24 3:46
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#1

Re: Is anyone selling digital downloadable products on Xoop?

Thanks for the reply JD. I saw XAsset, but was hoping for a few more options. I'll install it anyway. It might be perfect.

I would even consider something like Cube Cart, but I don't think it integrates with Xoop.

Thanks again.


webe3d

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Posted on: 2005/7/24 1:28
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Is anyone selling digital downloadable products on Xoop?

Sorry, but I coulnd't find any threads on this. But I want to sell digital products on my site using Paypal. Any suggestions on modules or add in products?

specific requirements:
One login only. In other words, I don't want users to have to login to my XOOPS site, then again on the shopping cart.

Would like to be able to set some restrictions on how many times a file can be downloaded after payment.

Ability to let other merchants sell goods on my site, and track sales, divide commisions, things like that.

And of course have the ability for others to upload files, product descriptions and supporting jpegs.

Thanks for any help, I'm still new to XOOPS and all, but like what I see.


webe3d

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Posted on: 2005/3/23 15:16
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New to CSS and Xoops

Hi,

I have my XOOPS site up, but now I want my own look - of course. And all I'm shooting for is a face-lift.

So I'm guessing that it works like this:

1. Use a graphics program to make the face, including buttons or menus.

2. Pull it into an HTML editor and get the menus working the way you want.

3. In the header, make calls to the external CSS files.

4. Save the new theme.html and CSS's to a new folder under themes and ... you're done?

Thank you for your help. (and I did do a search, but couldn't find anything simple enouh.)


webe3d

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Posted on: 2005/3/21 21:58
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So which is it?

Reading the guide from this site

chapter 2 introduction: says,

"So, in order to begin your installation, you have to copy the contents of the full html directory to the root directory of your environment. What was that again?"

Then, a few paragraphs below that it says:

Now, if you're installing your site in a hosted remote server, you'll have to upload the html directory to one of the directories you have access to. In this case, you'll probably have a public_html folder, and that's where you'll need to upload the complete html directory. Again, after uploading everything (probably with an FTP client software), change the name of this folder to xoops. Since you'll be installing in your root folder, in this case you'll access your site typing in your browser http://www.yoursite.com.

So which is it? Do you copy the "contents of html, or the whole folder?


webe3d

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Posted on: 2005/3/21 16:58
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Re: adding News sends me to cpan.org

Posting news still does not work from Admin.

There are two different files named storyform.inc.php. One in /include, and one in /admin.

I fixed the one in include, which allowed me to post articles from the site. But if you preview it or save it in Admin, it still goes to cpan.org.

Thanks for any help


webe3d

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Posted on: 2005/3/21 7:46
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adding News sends me to cpan.org

Like my subject said, if I try to add a news item, it sends me to cpan.org without posting my news.

Whether I'm in administration, or from the site.

My system:
Linux
php 4.3.4

Any ideas?

Thank you


webe3d

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Posted on: 2005/3/20 22:51
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Newbie question about htaccess

Hello,

My XOOPS is up and running. Yeah!!!

Now can somebody post or point me to a good example of an htaccess file to redirect to "html\index.php" and offer the best protection from unwanted access.

My Server:
Debian GNU/Linux
PHP 4.3.4

Thank you


webe3d

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Posted on: 2005/3/20 21:50
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Re: Parse error: unexpected '}' in ...

I checked the version number on my "index.php" and it was an old version. So, I downloaded XOOPS again, re-installed from scratch, and it worked! Jeez!

So who knows what it was, but thanks for your effort.


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Posted on: 2005/3/20 3:56
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Re: Parse error: unexpected '}' in ...

Operating system = Debian GNU/Linux
Perl version = v5.8.4
MySQL version = 4.0.23_Debian-4-log
PHP version = 4.3.4


webe3d

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Posted on: 2005/3/20 0:34
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Parse error: unexpected '}' in ...

Hey guys,

The installation seemed to go smooth, then when I clicked on "your site," or whatever it said, it got this error message:

Parse error: parse error, unexpected '}' in /home/www/mysitename.com/index.php on line 82

How I did my setup:
I copied everything inside the "html" folder to the root of my server.

I then copied the "docs" folder to my root dir.

Probably some dome persissions thing.

Anyway, any ideas?

Thank you



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