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codyf

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Posted on: 2006/2/12 19:48
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#1

Custom Page Title On Static Page?

I know how to create a static page and wrap my content in the XOOPS cms but is it possible to change the page title for my static page?


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Posted on: 2005/9/29 4:43
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How to edit the registration form

I've been trying to figure this out.

What I want to do is change the blue-ish/grey-ish backgrounds and table border size on the user registration form but can't find the right file to edit.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Edit: I'm using XOOPS 2.2.2


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Posted on: 2005/9/3 3:56
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Re: Making real name required in 2.2.2

I just noticed that. It gives the php notice but it will work and save the name to the db. If anyone knows what there doing more than I we could use some help. I tryed adding:

$name_size = $xoopsModuleConfig['max_name'] < 35 ? $xoopsModuleConfig['max_name'] :
35;

But then debug said undefined max_name. Where do I define max_name or am I going about this wrong?


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Posted on: 2005/9/2 19:41
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Re: Edit and add new users

Look under Modules >> Extended Profiles >> Users


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Posted on: 2005/9/2 10:07
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Re: Lost password bug/error in 2.2.2

Problem fixed. There is a bug in lostpass.php, I replaced it with the version in 2.2.3rc1 and it worked fine.


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Posted on: 2005/9/2 9:36
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Re: Lost password bug/error in 2.2.2

Anyone have any ideas on this?


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Posted on: 2005/9/1 9:15
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Lost password bug/error in 2.2.2

I don't know if this is a bug, error or what.

I had a user email me saying that they got an error when using the "lost password" form. On a test account I clicked "lost password?", entered my email and clicked submit it said "Confirmation Mail for username mailed.". About 10 min later I got an email saying click link below to get password, I clicked it and was sent to error.php "no error specified" a new pass was sent to me but it wouldn't work, however my old one would.

What I don't get is:
1. Why did it take 10 mins to generate the email? (fast server)

2. Why it sent me to error.php? (never used the lost password function so this might be normal)

3. Why didn't the new pass work but the old one did?

Is this a 2.2.2 bug or possibly on my end?

Thanks :)


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Posted on: 2005/8/29 18:20
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Re: Xoops Updates & Patches

I would hold off of 2.2.3 for now. I tryed it a few days ago and it broke my site. I'm using 2.2.2 for now. It's not as buggy but people are reporting some problems with it. Note however if you do go for 2.2.2 do not turn off your site before the update, you won't be able to login...

Out off the latest updates I would say 2.0.13 is the most stable. Make sure your modules are compatable too and be sure to backup everything first.

Oh, the updates are in the "download xoops" section.

<---- over there


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Posted on: 2005/8/29 11:30
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Messing around with gzip.... AHHH

Ok, I’ve been messing around with this trying to get it to work but nothings happening. This is on 2.2.2

Here's what I did. First, I enabled gzip in XOOPS and it crashed my site. Every page was blank. I had to edit the database to turn it off, then the site came back on. After searching XOOPS I found a post on adding a couple lines of code to .htaccess to turn it on. I thought great, it's that simple. To good to be true... sadly it was. After adding it to .htaccess I got a internal 500 error.

After contacting the *censored* at customer support they told me that the zlib module is installed but changing it through .htaccess was disabled due to security reasons. They said that the only way I could use it was by using "ini_set()".

So, after looking it up I found this

ini_set('zlib.output_compression''On')


Didn't know where I'm supposed to put it so I tried mainfile.php as well as a few others but none of it worked. Site wouldn't even load. I'm out of ideas, if someone knows what there doing more than I any help would be appreciated.


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Posted on: 2005/8/27 13:13
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#10

2.2.2 - 2.2.3 Possible Upgrade Bug

I attempted to upgrade to 2.2.3 via the 2.2.2 - 2.2.3 patch.

I uploaded the files to the server then when I logged in to update the system I got a blank page at user.php

I tried accessing admin.php but it said I wasn't logged in. So, I used recovery.php to login to admin and updated the system but still got a blank page whenever I tried to login. I don't know what the problem is though I noticed in the comments for the patch that this has happened to a few others (should of read that first). I downgraded back to 2.2.2 for the time being.

If you need any further info I would be glad to provide it.



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