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TottoBG
Re: Multiple Banner Help???
  • 2006/5/11 20:44

  • TottoBG

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I would recommend, as have also seen is before being recommended by others, integrating an outer ads-management system like phpAdsNew (PAN). Here is an article on this topic -http://www.it-hq.org/modules/AMS/article.php?storyid=118 . It's a really powerful ads-managing software and is open source.



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TottoBG
Re: A Good Events Module
  • 2006/3/31 18:27

  • TottoBG

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Check newly released AM Events too.



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TottoBG
Re: XOOPS Newsletter Mailer
  • 2006/3/18 17:16

  • TottoBG

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Quote:

daibt wrote:
problem is it does not works correctly.

Which one doesn't work correctly - phpList or evennews? And what does it means actually?



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TottoBG
Re: Center a no repeat background banner.
  • 2006/3/8 19:03

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Not sure if 'vertical-align: bottom;' will work there. But try
Quote:
background-position: bottom center;

The first property value ('bottom') is for vertical alignment and the second one ('center') is for horizontal alignment.



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TottoBG
Re: Adding Frames
  • 2006/3/2 23:13

  • TottoBG

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It should work but after doing changes you first have to clean the theme.html file of the template_c directory that holds the cached version. As even done changes, your system would continue reading the template's cached version and won't see your changes until you clean that file from there.



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TottoBG
Re: Erasing the borders
  • 2006/3/2 23:10

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It seems of the way the theme you use defines the blocks, what HTML elements are they displayed as. But when you find the HTML element that borders the block and also it's class if any, then in the .css files have to add (or change) 'border: 0;' property. That's it. What theme are you actually using?



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TottoBG
Re: Need advice on XoOgle module
  • 2006/3/2 22:58

  • TottoBG

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Also try this or this module, they are much newer developped than the one you mentioned.



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TottoBG
Re: templates
  • 2006/3/2 22:48

  • TottoBG

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All the templates in XOOPS are stored in the Database. When first installing XOOPS and hading upload all the files to your server, during the installation process the content of the templates files is saved in the DB. When cloning a temlate set, the new cloned template is also stored in the DB only. When installing a XOOPS module, the content of its templates files is also stored to the Database. So everything is in the DB! When editing a cloned template set the changes are saved in the DB. So to change a template you have to do it through the templates managing pages in your admin area.
I think it would also work if you change what you need in the templates files of a module, then upload the files to the server on the place of the original and finally Update the module through the Modules administration page. But it's not a good way and it's not easier at all. So clone the original template and then just use the XOOPS admin interface to do what changes you need.
Good luck!



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TottoBG
Re: Using PHP within a Theme File
  • 2006/3/2 22:32

  • TottoBG

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Clean PHP in a clean HTML file won't work at all. But using XOOPS you're able to take advantage of the Smarty Template Engine that comes with it. So including php scripts as mentioned by Lance_ with the Smarty <{include .. }> tag or putting php code inside Smarty <{php}>..<{/php}> tags is possible.



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TottoBG
Re: CSS- How do I change the color of a scroll bar?
  • 2006/2/23 20:50

  • TottoBG

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It's CSS that does it, but only works on Internet Explorer 5.5+ (as I know other browsers don't support it). There are several scrollbar color properties and searching in Google gives a lot of results. Here is one such article that comes one of the first in search result - http://www.webdevelopersnotes.com/tips/html/css_scrollbar_color_code.php3
But you can find many others around there.




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