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robekras

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Posted on: 2008/10/6 8:06
robekras
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#1

Re: UTF-8 problem with 2.3.0

Maybe this link is of use for you.

Robert
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robekras

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Posted on: 2008/10/6 7:28
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#2

Re: UTF-8 problem with 2.3.0

Seems that your editor adds a BOM to your UTF-8 file.
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robekras

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Posted on: 2005/7/20 7:53
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#3

Re: XML Sitemap Problem

It seems that your problem is the & within the URL

Everywhere you want to have a & (ampersand) within the URL you have to write a &

E.g.

...content.php?id=1&amp;pid=1</loc>

Robert
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robekras

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Posted on: 2005/2/16 6:53
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#4

Re: Adding fields in registration form

Hi TommyZ,

It's right, setBody only takes one parameter, and also the _US_HASJUSTREG needs only one parameter: See in language/english/user.php
define('_US_HASJUSTREG','%s has just registered!');


You could do either:


- change the _US_HASJUSTREG to something like:
define('_US_HASJUSTREG','%s, %s has just registered!');
and change
$xoopsMailer->setBody(sprintf(_US_HASJUSTREG,$myts->oopsStripSlashesGPC($uname),$myts->oopsStripSlashesGPC($name)));



or change only in register.php:


$xoopsMailer->setBody(sprintf(_US_HASJUSTREG$myts->oopsStripSlashesGPC($uname).", ".$myts->oopsStripSlashesGPC($name)));


The second version concatenates the $uname and $name to one string, so it works with the actual version of _US_HASJUSTREG.

Hope I did understand you correctly ,
and also hope this works, as I didn't try it.

Robert


robekras

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Posted on: 2005/1/9 19:20
robekras
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Since: 2002/12/10
#5

Re: "11" XHTML 1.0 Transitional errors in my theme "Can You Help?"

I think I found it,

It seems that you removed
</td>
  </
tr>


from the wrong place (just after the 'End center-right blocks loop':

The code should be:

</fieldset>
          <!-- 
End center-right blocks loop -->
          </
td>
        </
tr>
        <
tr>
          <
td id="centerCcolumn" colspan="2">

          <!-- 
Start center-center blocks loop -->


Robert


robekras

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Posted on: 2005/1/9 18:40
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#6

Re: "11" XHTML 1.0 Transitional errors in my theme "Can You Help?"

script_fu,

please remove the
</td>
  </
tr>


and let me take a look at the source.

Then I can tell you why there are now 7 errors instead of 0.

Trust me, I did the changes as me and Mithrandir recommended and I have checked it, and it did work with the validator.

Give me a chance

Robert


robekras

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Posted on: 2005/1/9 18:12
robekras
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Since: 2002/12/10
#7

Re: "11" XHTML 1.0 Transitional errors in my theme "Can You Help?"

Hi script_fu,

you didn't remove the
</td>
 </
tr>

around line 148, 149.

That's just after the
<!-- End center-center blocks loop -->

Robert


robekras

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Posted on: 2005/1/9 17:35
robekras
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#8

Re: "11" XHTML 1.0 Transitional errors in my theme "Can You Help?"

Hi script_fu,

as someone who want's to be compatible to XHTML (which is not really usual ), I will try to help you.

removing the
</td>
  </
tr>

is correct (line 149 and 150, or 151 and 152 , which is the same).

But you have to add a
</tr>
  </
table>

just after the following lines:
<!-- End right blocks loop -->
   </
td>


So the part of the source file will look like
...
        <!-- 
End right blocks loop -->
    </
td>
   </
tr>
  </
table>
  <
table width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">
  <
tr>
...



Robert


robekras

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Posted on: 2005/1/5 20:51
robekras
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Since: 2002/12/10
#9

Re: CSS change problem

Hi Bushwaiter,

there is an error in your stylesheet:

body {color: black; background: "http://vra.moligry.com/themes/VRA/mback.gif" ; margin: 0; padding: 0;}

when you want to set the background image you have to write backgrounde-image: "http://vra.moligry.com/themes/VRA/mback.gif"

Please see: http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_background.asp

Within your startpage the background image is shown because you have a hardcoded background attribute within your second body tag!!!!! (yes a second body tag within one page, that's strange)
Ok, that's the second error.

I think it's because you made a block with frontpage (which is making a whole html page)

Robert


robekras

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Posted on: 2005/1/5 20:20
robekras
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Posts: 187
Since: 2002/12/10
#10

Re: CSS change problem

http://vra.moligry.com

Ehem...,
which username and password?



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