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Re: Text on Content module's DHTML menu appearing REALLY small
  • 2005/7/22 17:35

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Thanks guys it was a CSS issue.

The default size I set for fonts from all tables wasn't working for the DHTML menu

I just added a value in the section for the Main Menu and it worked

- JOe



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riomx
Re: Text on Content module's DHTML menu appearing REALLY small
  • 2005/7/22 10:21

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Can anyone please help with this problem ?

At least provide some suggestions as to where the text size can be increased ?



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riomx
Re: Content Module Decision Question
  • 2005/7/22 6:05

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The above site is the module author's and unfortunately, I don't code PHP

You may want to contact that individual, because it seems that he is a web developer



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Re: Content Module Decision Question
  • 2005/7/22 2:58

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If you get stuck on how to use the menus or arranging stuff, make sure to check out the comments on the link I gave for the module.

You can also send a PM and I'll try to help as best I can

The key is this:

You'll have to disable the XOOPS Main Menu and choose the "Site Menu" or "DHTML Site Menu" block to use in its place.

It acts and appears the same as the XOOPS Main Menu. The reason you must use the block provided by Content is because it allows the module to arrange links in the menu independently, without having to change anything in the XOOPS Main Menu

- joe



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Re: Content Module Decision Question
  • 2005/7/22 2:35

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I recommend that you use the Content module for all HTML pages that you want to create and don't belong in other sections

Information is here:

https://xoops.org/modules/repository/singlefile.php?cid=94&lid=1554

And the demo site is here:

http://stage.thehandcoders.com/modules/content/index.php?id=4

It's very easy to use and you won't have to use multiple clones of a TinyContent module to create more sections

All you have to do is use one of the blocks provided by the Content module instead of the XOOPS Main Menu block and edit the order of your sections and submenus

- Joe



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riomx
Re: How can I change the size of text in DHTML menu for Content module ?
  • 2005/7/22 2:34

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I had to change over to a regular Site Menu block included in the Content module

"- Supported World-wide
XOOPS was created and is maintained by a team of several hard-working volunteers working from all over the world. The XOOPS community has more than dozen official support sites around the world for support of non-English speaking users."

Yeah...seeing how I couldn't even get a reply from the author or anyone else these past few days, I call BS on the above statement.

I came to XOOPS because I *thought* it was well-supported.

However, I've become a bit disillusioned after this week



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riomx
How can I change the size of text in DHTML menu for Content module ?
  • 2005/7/21 4:54

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I couldn't get any help in the troubleshooting forum, so I have decided to try here.

Can anyone help me out by telling me what file I must edit to change the text size for the DHTML menu that is used by the Content module ?

This is what's going on:

http://moritz.ceegs.ohio-state.edu/

It's not a problem with my theme, as the regular XOOPS Main Menu block always displayed the text size properly.

For some reason it's just appearing really small in the DHTML menu

Thanks,

- Joe



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riomx
Re: wrapping it all in
  • 2005/7/20 21:17

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This module is excellent and allows for wrapping HTML pages to integrate them into Xoops:

https://xoops.org/modules/repository/singlefile.php?cid=94&lid=1554


However, I'm not sure if that means only independent HTML pages (as in one at a time) or a whole site.

I've never tried it, but the link above is a start and you can experiment.

- Joe



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riomx
Re: trouble with TinyContent - can't add content
  • 2005/7/20 5:52

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I would avoid TinyContent alltogether and recommend that you use the Content module for all HTML pages that you want to create and don't belong in other sections

Information is here:

https://xoops.org/modules/repository/singlefile.php?cid=94&lid=1554

And the demo site is here:

http://stage.thehandcoders.com/modules/content/index.php?id=4

It's very easy to use and you won't have to use multiple clones of a TinyContent module to create more sections

All you have to do is use one of the blocks provided by the Content module instead of the XOOPS Main Menu block and edit the order of your sections and submenus

- Joe



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riomx
Text on Content module's DHTML menu appearing REALLY small
  • 2005/7/20 5:47

  • riomx

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  • Since: 2005/3/24


Can anyone help me out by telling me what file I must edit to change the text size for the DHTML menu that is used by the Content module ?

This is what's going on:

http://moritz.ceegs.ohio-state.edu/

It's not a problem with my theme, as the regular XOOPS Main Menu block always displayed the text size properly.

For some reason it's just appearing really small in the DHTML menu

Thanks,

- Joe




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