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jesphoto
Re: Mistakenly set my login block unavailable for anonymous group
  • 2007/2/28 23:13

  • jesphoto

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That script works great.That means that I can make invisible login block.
Thanks



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jesphoto
Re: Missing admin menu. Admin.php returns "You don't have access to this area"
  • 2007/2/28 15:34

  • jesphoto

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Look like the answer did not come soon enough(if ever).
I had to wipe and reinstalled my web site.Judging from other posts- the dbase get corrupted more often that I would expected.I had a problem where I did not change anything and got lock up from admin.After 2 days fighting with this problem and did not get replay to - I wiped out and reinstalled.
My Gallery2 have separate dir and dbase and called from a block.
My X7 chat have a separate dbase and dir. Called from a block.
My clients imegs dir are server password protected and called from a block.
I do not need the login and registration as each block have separate login. How to disable the login?.
Admin module can be called from a block too.



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jesphoto
Re: Password protect
  • 2007/2/27 23:09

  • jesphoto

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Problem solved.Found out that XOOPS do not bypass password protection on my hosting server.It did when I try from my IP.My client log into XOOPS and then had to log in again to retrive a file.



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jesphoto
Re: Protecting directories
  • 2007/2/27 23:05

  • jesphoto

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If you have a hosting service you can password protect dir.
In xoops:
Create bloc and from block call that dir.
"<a href="yourside.?/directory">Name</a>"
works



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jesphoto
Password protect
  • 2007/2/27 22:13

  • jesphoto

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Is there any way to password protect a block?
I have a block called customer and inside that block a link to download site.I did password protect that dir , but for some reason XOOPS bypass the login and goes directly to download dir.Never ask for password.
If I type my web address/user it does ask for password.
Need help to solve that problem.
Thanks



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jesphoto
Re: admin log in
  • 2007/2/27 0:29

  • jesphoto

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Got XOOPS reinstalled and working fine.Still do not know what cause the problem.Any one had this kind of experience?.



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jesphoto
Re: admin log in
  • 2007/2/25 18:49

  • jesphoto

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Problem solved-wipe out the xoops.



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jesphoto
admin log in
  • 2007/2/25 13:54

  • jesphoto

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  • Since: 2007/1/26


Hi. Strange things happen.My web site was running for 2 month and works perfectly,but 3 days ago something got screw.
I can log in, but I am not recognize as administrator.
Need help.What do I need to change to get back my web site?
Kind of new in this.
Thanks



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jesphoto
Re: empty module
  • 2007/2/22 13:41

  • jesphoto

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Use a block.Very simple



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jesphoto
Re: Module where users can create personal page
  • 2007/2/22 13:15

  • jesphoto

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  • Since: 2007/1/26


You could use a catads module(demo at http://www.jesphoto.net) where user can create a page and add picture.So far the best I found.




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