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Re: Mydownloads by herve
  • 2007/8/22 22:14

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vaughan is not "nobody". I'm nobody. Who am I? None of your #OOPS# business!

So STFU Hervet! Get the facts before you go accusing people.

And I thought it was just your code that was sloppy.
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Re: How can play a short audio clip when web site opens?
  • 2007/7/28 6:11

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<{php}> if ($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] == '/' && !isset( $_COOKIE['alreadycame'] ) ) {
    echo 
'<embed src="http://www.yourdomain.com/yourfile.wav" volume="100" hidden="true" loop="false" playcount="1" />';
    
setcookie'alreadycame''anything' );
    }
<{/
php}>


Plays 1x on the homepage only per browser session. Otherwise you'll annoy the hell out of people.

EDIT: BTW... Add that to your theme.html right before the </body > tag.
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Re: mwr global
  • 2007/7/24 15:57

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It's not a module, it's a theme. Upload it to the themes directory and activate it through Preferences Main »» General Settings »» Default theme.
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jmorris2
Re: My xoops site died. . will pay for help
  • 2007/4/25 12:50

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Make sure you have the default theme installed and it is unaltered, then got to phpMyAdmin and perform the following queries. You'll need to change <yourprefix> to the prefix you gave your XOOPS tables at install.

-- Reset your theme to the default
UPDATE `<yourprefix>_configSET `conf_value` = 'default' WHERE `conf_name` = 'theme_set';
-- 
Reset your template set to the default
UPDATE `<yourprefix>_configSET `conf_value` = 'default' WHERE `conf_name` = 'template_set';
-- 
Turn on Debug. Try or 3. 1 is for debug (inline). 3 is for Smarty Debug.
UPDATE `<yourprefix>_configSET `conf_value` = '1' WHERE `conf_name` = 'debug_mode';


This will reset your theme and template set to default and will turn on 1 of the 2 main debug options.

By the sounds of things, you've got a SMARTY error, so I would try debug mode 3.

EDIT: It took 5 min for this post to show up. Looks like Blueteen is taking care of you.
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Re: Where to start learn Xoops
  • 2007/4/24 21:44

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If you're familiar with PHP, it might also do you well to study the PHP Crossreference of the latest stable Core.
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Re: One Xoops install with many domain/sites
  • 2007/4/24 15:00

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Theoretically, yes, it would work; however, I would not recommend it as it has the potential for security issues and may add to administrative headaches and possible module incompatibility issues.

I believe you would be safe to use the same "system" module on all sites though. Just remove the symlinks to any other modules in the base files.

Also, if you plan to use customized versions of themes for each site, you may want to keep that folder separate as well.
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Re: One Xoops install with many domain/sites
  • 2007/4/23 22:47

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From a linux command line...

cp -lrv /path/to/shared/xoops/files /desired/www/directory

This will create your symbolic links to your shared base files

Remove the mainfile.php, cache/, modules/, templates_c/ and uploads/ symbolic links and copy those directories to each domains web root.

This will allow you to install XOOPS using [mostly] once set of Core files.

Make sure your chown and chmod permissions are correct if you are not using suexec.
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Re: Notifications doesn't work at all
  • 2007/4/22 2:33

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What version of PHP are you using?
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Re: Header align
  • 2007/4/22 2:32

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If you are referring to the table headings, check the CSS definition for "th".
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Re: HTML Color Codes Released
  • 2007/4/22 2:29

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I caught a couple more XHTML bugs and fixed them. Please redownload at http://blogyour.net/files/colorcodes.zip

Thanks!
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