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knoedel
Re: Hide email from spiders/spam
  • 2006/12/10 23:51

  • knoedel

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Thanks.. this was very helpfull.

I think it is a bit odd that it isn't possible to hide the email-field for anonymous users, the same way as the rest of the fields... i.e.: via the profile admin options...

Regards,
Knoedel



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knoedel
Re: Can I remove Displayname from user registration (xoops 2.2.3)
  • 2006/7/24 16:07

  • knoedel

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Quote:

Bananadude wrote:

If you find any more that will need to be modified or get any more "displayname is to short.." messages, please give us a word

Best Regards,
Bananadude


First: thanks for your work! I think the "Display name" feature is a bad idea as a security feature. It is too difficult to explain to the users. Let's apply the motto: "Don't make me think!".

Second: Just quoting out:

$edituser->setVar('uname', $myts->stripSlashesGPC(trim($_POST['uname'])));

in edituser.php works better for me than changing it in:

$edituser->setVar('uname', $myts->stripSlashesGPC(trim($_POST['loginname'])));



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knoedel
Re: xoops session table is huge
  • 2006/7/22 23:09

  • knoedel

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Can anybody please help? I searched the forums, but found no anwser....



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knoedel
Re: xoops session table is huge
  • 2006/7/21 10:25

  • knoedel

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Hmm... my session table currently has 900.000 records. I don't understand why it should be so hard to delete these old session-records automaticly...

Can anyone explain?? Or do I miss something.



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knoedel
Re: Fatal error when updating avatar
  • 2005/11/25 10:17

  • knoedel

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I have the same problem. Some users can upload their avatar and some users don't. Rank or user group is not the issue.
I'm using XOOPS 2.2.3 with cbb 2.3.

I think that is has maybe something to do with the old avatar of the user. If I find a solution, I will let it know.



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knoedel
Re: Block templates of new theme set - problem
  • 2005/10/16 15:07

  • knoedel

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Ok, solved the problem. The include statements are not relative by default, so I was getting the templates in the wrong theme directory



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knoedel
Block templates of new theme set - problem
  • 2005/10/14 12:41

  • knoedel

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Hi,

I'm working on a XOOPS 2.2 theme to fit my website. I used the default theme of XOOPS 2.2 as a starting point. Everything went well, I editted theme.html, theme_usernav.html and style.css.

After that I tried to edit some templates of the blocks. In the /blocks/ directory of my new theme. To my suprise nothing happened. I discovered that my new theme still uses the block-templates of the default theme.

Why is this?? And more importantly, how can I start using the block-templates in my new theme directory.

I hope this is a clear description of my problem. Thanks in advance!

Knoedel




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