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chapi
Re: Newbie Question..
  • 2005/11/4 17:34

  • chapi

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 611

  • Since: 2002/1/22


This snippet should do the trick too.

echo "window.open('".XOOPS_URL."/modules/usr_admon/', target='_parent')";



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chapi
Re: mod rewrite question
  • 2005/9/28 10:39

  • chapi

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 611

  • Since: 2002/1/22


Your .htaccess file should look like this:

RewriteEngine on
# rewriting
RewriteRule ^index.php/Business/Small_Business/Home_Office/ResourcesResources.html


And your apache server must have mod_rewrite integrated.



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chapi
Re: Using mod_rewrite to remove "modules" from URL's?
  • 2005/9/14 8:03

  • chapi

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 611

  • Since: 2002/1/22


It must be something like this ...

RewriteEngine on
RewriteRule 
^(.*) modules/$[L]


So every input will get /modules before it, no? The only problem are the normal XOOPS links, that already have the "modules" in it.

So I think there also have to be some php code that sanitizes XOOPS internal urls.



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chapi
Re: myxoops.org hacked!
  • 2005/8/17 10:56

  • chapi

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 611

  • Since: 2002/1/22


Quote:
SHAME ON ME! I DO NOT DESERVE TO RUN THE OFFICIAL GERMAN SUPPORT!!!


You are the best man for this job! And you do the job very well!

Keep up the good work frankblack!



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chapi
Re: testing theme
  • 2005/6/10 21:53

  • chapi

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 611

  • Since: 2002/1/22


Nice one michael. Clean colors. I don't have the stretching problem on Firefox.



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chapi
Re: How many women uses xoops?
  • 2005/6/1 21:42

  • chapi

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 611

  • Since: 2002/1/22


That's funny. I have ever thought you were a man



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chapi
Re: xoops image font?
  • 2005/5/31 9:51

  • chapi

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 611

  • Since: 2002/1/22


The font of the XOOPS text is called "Neuropol".

You can download it here.



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chapi
Re: Allowing Guest to input own nick
  • 2005/5/31 9:48

  • chapi

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 611

  • Since: 2002/1/22


I don't know the database structure for the comments at the moment. But I think it must be possible to alter that table and add a new field for "username".

Then if the user isn't logged in, he gets displayed an input field for the username. In the database the comment has to be saved as an anonymous comment with the additional username.

When displaying the comment, and the userid is anonymous, you can read the content of the username field and display it. For normal registered users it will get the username from the XOOPS users table.

Could it be so easy?



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chapi
Re: [code] no scrollbars?
  • 2005/5/31 7:14

  • chapi

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 611

  • Since: 2002/1/22


This is a css setting. You have to define the "overflow" for xoopsCode in the style.css of your theme. It should look similar to this one ..

div.xoopsCode {
    
background#FFFFFF;
    
border1px inset #000080;
    
font-family"Courier New",Courier,monospace;
    
padding0px 0px 0px 3px;
    
overflowauto;
}



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chapi
Re: Menu in Theme, not Block
  • 2005/4/22 19:00

  • chapi

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 611

  • Since: 2002/1/22


Why don't you just display the mainmenu block as center block on sites where you don't have the right column? In the theme you already detect the active module. So you also can include different styelsheets with this detection. It's just a way of formatting the menu differently in your css, depending on the module.




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