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keymaster

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Posted on: 2006/6/11 13:06
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#1

Where do changed emails/passwords get written to the DB?

Hi,

Does anyone know which file(s) write email/password changes to the DB?

ie.

1. email/password changes in the profile
2. password changes from the "forgot password" link in the login box

I looked but couldn't find it.

Thanks very much.


keymaster

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Posted on: 2006/5/28 14:09
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#2

Selected account is already activated

Hi,

Using XOOPS 2.2.4 but I am unable to create a new account successfully.

After clicking on the confirmation link in the email, I get the "Your account has been activated, please login" page.

After loggin in, I get the "Selected Account is already activated." page and am in an infinite loop, displaying this page over and over again.

The only way to exit is to click on another page in the site. Then I get sent to that page, and it appears I am logged in as the new user.

Does anyone have any suggestions in preventing this infinite loop? Or, offering suggestions on how to determine what is causing the infinite "Selected Account is already activated" loop. What would be preventing the redirect to the main home page?

Thanks.


keymaster

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Posted on: 2006/2/5 15:39
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#3

How do I make default template fixed width?

A simple question - how do I make the default XOOPS template into FIXED width?

Thanks.


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Posted on: 2006/2/1 20:03
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#4

Re: How do I find the URL associated with a "button"

Dave_L,

You were right on!

That is exactly what was happening (I had never used <form..> before so didn't know to look there.

Thanks very much for your help.

All the best.

FYI
====
For anyone in the future who is looking for the same piece of information:

in osc/checkout_success.php,

after the check for action == 'update'
(around line 37 in XosC, v0.60)

change:

tep_redirect(tep_href_link(FILENAME_DEFAULT,$notify_string));

to:

tep_redirect(tep_href_link('another_pathname_relative_to_/modules/osc',$notify_string)); $notify_string));


keymaster

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Posted on: 2006/2/1 16:05
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#5

Re: How do I find the URL associated with a "button"

<td align="right" class="main">
<input type="image" border="0" \="" title=" Continue " alt="Continue" src="includes/languages/english/images/buttons/button_continue.gif">
</td>

No link mentioned! ??

(mystery grows...)


keymaster

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Posted on: 2006/2/1 15:23
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#6

Re: How do I find the URL associated with a "button"

Thanks for responding so quickly.

I've looked at tep_image_submit, it expects a third parameter called $parameters which it concatenates to the end of the html.

This is where one would expect the URL to be passed.

However, here as you can see it is not being passed any third parameter.

So, I don't know where the URL is being assigned.

(??)


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Posted on: 2006/2/1 14:43
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#7

How do I find the URL associated with a "button"

Hi,

I am hoping someone knows simple answer to this question.

In one of the XOOPS modules I have installed, there is a button called "continue". When you click on it, it takes you to the site's homepage.

I want to change the URL associated with the button, so when you click on it, it takes you to a different page.

(sounds simple enough, but)...

It uses smarty templates and I can't seem to follow through where the URL is assigned.

In the XOOPS admin under Misc. Tools -> templates, there the template for the page, it does contain the {$bt_continue}, but no where is any URL mentioned.

Any ideas where I can look to find it?

(FYI - the module is XosC, and the continue button is what you click on after a successful checkout. The template is the checkout_success.html)

This is the call:
$xoopsTpl->assign("bt_continue",tep_image_submit('button_continue.gif', IMAGE_BUTTON_CONTINUE));

This is the template line that seems to receive the call:
<td align="right"> <{$bt_continue}><{$seperator1}> </td>

Any ideas?

Thanks very much.


keymaster

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Posted on: 2006/2/1 12:03
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#8

Re: Content Module - Fckeditor - Image Uploads

One more thing I forgot to say in my last post:

To get the fckeditor to store files in the /UserFiles/ directory, you have to uncomment the first line in:

Content/admin/fckeditor/editor/filemanager/browser/default/connectors/php/config.php

This is the line which tells the fckeditor where to store the files it uploads. I believe you can set that parameter to anything if you like.


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Posted on: 2006/1/29 22:59
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#9

Re: Content Module - Fckeditor - Image Uploads

OK, progress...

It turns out there are problems using FCK with Firefox.

Switched to IE 6, works like a charm.

Didn't have to tweak anything.

Can now upload .jpegs, insert them into the document, resize them, etc.

Hope this helps someone.


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Posted on: 2006/1/29 22:24
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#10

Re: Content Module - Fckeditor - Image Uploads

Hi all,

I created a directory called UserFiles in the public_html folder, and set it's permissions to 777.

While in the editor, I tested it out. I clicked on insert/edit image, uploaded the .jpeg from my PC, and it went nicely into the folder. Then I clicked on the image to insert it in my document....

and all I got was the "broken image" icon.

I checked with ftp and cPanel and the .jpeg was successfully uploaded into /UserFiles/Images. I could even click on the file from the cPanel and view the image in all it's glory.

It's there.

The problem is, when you try and insert it into a document using the fckeditor, you just get the 'broken image' icon.

Has anyone been successful at inserting the image into a document with the editor? What did you do to get it working?

(using XOOPS 2.2.3, content 0.5, on Linux, PHP 4x ...)

Help!



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