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Re: where to download Spaw editor for xoops?
  • 2007/10/19 4:08

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Do not use it.



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Re: Screenshot
  • 2007/9/30 5:47

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Thanks. Take a while to understand this but ide ais interesting.



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Re: Module Dev Forge is Down
  • 2007/9/24 12:09

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Can you tell me what is a non techincal difficulty?



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Re: Settings for Blocks
  • 2007/9/21 14:52

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Yes.



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Re: About to Launch: Security Check List
  • 2007/9/14 11:38

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Also, make sure FTP and webhosting account password is strong.

Most important thing is not in list: backup site!



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Re: development module
  • 2007/9/13 15:28

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Thanks. The kaotik tutorials excellent, espoecially this one

Quote:
This is a good beginner's tutorial

http://www.kaotik.biz/tutorial/buildmodule1.html



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Re: Bot attack
  • 2007/9/13 12:19

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Registration bot hammer my site too, look forward final protector release.

Botmaster should eat by wild dog



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Re: Can Xoop Modules be added to a static site?
  • 2007/9/11 9:22

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Import static pages into a static content module is way to go. Some allow you upload or wrap individual html page. There are a few. I like Pico best.



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Re: Xoops Protector not logging
  • 2007/9/10 12:01

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I think Protector logs IP in files in the trust path directory. Maybe check the write permissions of those files, must be writable. See readme :)



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Re: how to make xoops w3c compliant
  • 2007/9/8 8:00

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Quote:
so if the modules are not w3c compliant, any way to work around it.


Yeah, if your read the errors you can look at page source to figure out which module pages not compliant. Then you can edit the templates to fix. Working this way I reduced my home page down to 2 errors from 40.

Also, if you put images in news stories and things you need to add alt tags. So, content can cause not valid to.




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