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FusionKid
Re: Cant see any news in front page
  • 2006/5/5 19:17

  • FusionKid

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This can be done by logging into the administration area, preferences, and selecting the news module as the start page module. Your users will then see news on the front page of your site.



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FusionKid
Re: Error message after installing Xoops
  • 2006/5/5 15:41

  • FusionKid

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I believe these messages are erroneous, and you can disregard them.

Sounds like you've got debugging on, which should be able to be turned off in the system admin / preferences area.



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FusionKid
Re: HTML/Static page appearing as a section of the menu
  • 2006/4/17 18:53

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You should check out Solo's MultiMenu add on to replace the regular menu. It's extremely flexible/customizable.

You can find news about it and the latest download here.

There are additional add on modules which will also allow you to customize your menu. You may want to search the module repository if MultiMenu isn't to your liking.



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FusionKid
Re: Advice on Banner Creation?
  • 2006/4/17 18:47

  • FusionKid

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For Flash banners, etc., I use a program called SwishMax. It can be found here. It's not free, but it is pretty cheap and very easy to use if you're not very familiar with Flash.



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FusionKid
Re: mainfile.php dies not long after starting
  • 2006/4/11 21:02

  • FusionKid

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You might want to check the following post detailing a similar issue/resolution. Sounds like your path is no longer correct now that you have moved physical servers.

See this.

A quick fix that can (probably) get you back up and running while you research more, can be found here.



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FusionKid
Re: MIME type not allowed: application/zip
  • 2006/4/2 16:47

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I don't think you would want to upload the .zip files. Zip files are files that have been compressed. You will need to unzip the files first before uploading them to your site for use. There are plenty of unzipping programs out there such as Winzip and 7-Zip.

Once unzipped, upload the files to your theme or module directory and they should be available for use via the XOOPS admin panel.

i.e. - if you have the news module zipped (news.zip), unzip the files. You should now have a folder called news. Upload the folder news and all of its contents to your module folder. Now enter the XOOPS admin area, select system admin, modules, and down at the bottom should be the option to install the module.

Themes are selectable through system admin, preferences, general preferences.



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FusionKid
Re: WF Section
  • 2006/4/2 16:38

  • FusionKid

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This should be easy enough through the use of regular group permissions and the subscription module.

You should be able to configure wf-sections to allow registered users to view category 1, 2, and 3 (non-paid) categories. Create a new group (paid users...or something like that). Assign permissions in wf-sections so that the paid users group has access the non-paid categories, and also category 4 (paid category).

Then set up the subscription module with a subscription that will add a user to the paid users group.

This is similar to how the subscription module creator has set up their very own website here. For example, a registered user has access to certain sections of the website and can download the subscription module, but to download the payment processing addons, you must subscribe to be added to the appropriate group with permissions to access the payment processing downloads.



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FusionKid
Re: Volunteering Module
  • 2006/3/31 17:21

  • FusionKid

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You might want to also check out the extcal calendar/event module. Users can submit events, etc. to the calendar, and it has fields for contact, location, etc.

The other nice thing...people (potential volunteers) on your website who see the event posting can RSVP to say that they will attend/help, so you can get a good idea of what your turnout might look like. i.e. - the event organizer can check to see that x number of people have confirmed that they will help, etc. It also has a nice feature on the admin side that allows you to send a mass email to those that RSVPd for a particular event to remind them that it is coming up soon.

Just a thought...



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FusionKid
Re: How to Install module?
  • 2006/3/29 18:07

  • FusionKid

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I'm not sure if there is any general documentation about module installation.

However, in your XOOPS root folder, there should be a folder called "modules". Place the entire downloaded module folder and its contents into the modules folder.

Then you will want to log in, go into administration, and install the module by selecting System Admin, and then Modules. The uninstalled module should be displayed towards the bottom of the screen. Select install and then you should be able to use/access the module.



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FusionKid
Re: Documentation: no link in left-hand menu?
  • 2006/3/28 17:25

  • FusionKid

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Hi Andy -

There used to be documentation, but I think it was kind of trashed after the XOOPS site was hacked. I know that this is supposed to be restored sometime in the future.

However, check out this forum posting for links to much of the same documentation that used to be on the XOOPS site, including some good tutorials.




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