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Re: GW_Business1
  • 2006/12/18 18:03

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Vaughan,

Thanks for the post -- I spoke with Dana at http://www.graphic-worx.com (the theme designer) and we she was able to help me get this fixed.

I guess the code posted above was already in the theme file, but needed to be moved before the column, rather then after.

Anyway, I highly recommend Graphic-Worx themes.

Thanks for the help.

Jamie



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Re: GW_Business1
  • 2006/12/18 15:36

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Because then the stuff in the center column doesn't stretch out, and your left with an empty ride-hand coloumn....



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Re: GW_Business1
  • 2006/12/18 5:33

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bumpity, bump, bump, bump...



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GW_Business1
  • 2006/12/5 4:42

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Hey everyone,

I run a very wonderful theme by Graphic-Worx called "GW_BUSINESS1", and I LOVE IT!!!

Click here for Screenshot

However, what I want to do is remove the right column from ALL sub-pages, but keep it on the MAIN page.

How does one go about doing this?

Thanks,

Jamie



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Re: catads new module - when?
  • 2006/12/5 3:50

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I'll put up $20 USD towards these changes.



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Simple Weather
  • 2006/12/1 18:43

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This module is GREAT!

In my block though, currently the weather is "FAIR" but in my block is says "Fai"

Is there a reason why it's truncating the results?

Any idea how to fix this?

I am using CELCIUS mode...

Thanks!



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Re: Admin Rights
  • 2006/11/27 22:31

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Quest,

Yes -- I have checked every option throughly.

I am using Realty 3.0, the last known version of the module.

Some refer to it as 3.1, but in the docs it's stated at 3.0.

I understand your warning, and I agree very much -- however, this module is a bit different in the sense that you can set a user to NOT be an admin, but in order to allow a user to login they need ADMIN rights.

I am sorry if that doesn't make any sense, but the user needs ADMIN rights to the module just to access the login screen. This module keeps a seperate user database, aside from XOOPS and the rights of that user are defined by the modules's usertable, not XOOPS.

So, in essense -- giving module admin rights to this module will not have any ill effects, as all it allows somebody to do is access the module login screen, and from there after they login, it's determined what access they have.

If you have any idea from the code that I sent, what needs to be changed to by pass this -- i'd appreciate it. I can usually figure out php code, but this part I can't figure out.

Thanks,

Jamie



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Admin Rights
  • 2006/11/27 20:28

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Hey everyone,

Ok -- you don't need experience with the module to help me, but I am using the "Realty" module, and I want to make it so ANONYMOUS users have Admin rights to the module.

The reason for this is:

The admin panel requires a seperate login that can be found at domain-name/modules/realty/admin.php

I have given REGISTERED USERS admin rights to the module and it works fine.

However, when I give ANONYMOUS users admin rights to the module, when you go to the above URL it says "Sorry, you do not have permission to access this module".

In the "admin_header.php" file of this module we've found this section of code which is relevant:


include("../../../mainfile.php");
include_once(XOOPS_ROOT_PATH."/class/xoopsmodule.php");
include(XOOPS_ROOT_PATH."/include/cp_functions.php");
if ( $xoopsUser ) {
$xoopsModule = XoopsModule::getByDirname("realty");
if ( !$xoopsUser->isAdmin($xoopsModule->mid()) ) {
redirect_header(XOOPS_URL."/",3,_NOPERM);
exit();
}
} else {
redirect_header(XOOPS_URL."/",3,_NOPERM);
exit();
}
if ( @file_exists("../../../language/".$xoopsConfig['language']."/admin.php") ) {
include("../../../language/".$xoopsConfig['language']."/admin.php");
} else {
include("../../../language/english/admin.php");
}
?>

I have been told that "3" is the anonymous user group, which makes me believe this code is saying "if the user is from the anonymous group, forward him to a NO PERMISSION page".

If ANYONE knows what changes to make to allow anonymous users admin access to this module, please help me :)

Yes, I know it's BAD to allow Anymous users admin rights -- but since this module requires you to login twice, it makes sense.

Thank you,

Jamie



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Re: Real Estate Module
  • 2006/11/23 21:41

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The username/password doesn't work for me.

I have tried admin/password and it doesn't work.

I have also tried user/password and many others I have seen listed...

Does ANYONE know how to login to this module?

When I try to login, it jusr refreshes the page.

Thanks.



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Re: MX Directory & HTML...
  • 2006/11/22 16:57

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*bump*

Anyone?




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