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Neon

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Posted on: 2004/9/27 9:34
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#1

Re: New Theme...

And in Australian, it would be: Bloody Great Mate, Goodonya


Neon

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Posted on: 2004/9/25 22:14
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#2

Re: using the same users db for 2 different websites

Vict0r

This question is one of the most asked questions of XOOPS users, most of them get the same reply.

Use the SEARCH feature (Top Right Corner of the site) and you will find all sorts of answers.

One quick search and I found;

https://xoops.org/modules/news/article.php?storyid=1222

https://xoops.org/modules/newbb/viewto ... &forum=10#forumpost106937



Neon

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Posted on: 2004/9/9 2:15
Neon
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#3

Re: Simple shopping cart

One small problem with that:

Quote:
CubeCart is not Open Source software and may not be redistributed.
[/quote]

He didn't ask that,

Quote:
Does anyone have a "simple" and clean shopping cart module for xoops? If not can anyone recommend a standalone cart other than OSCommerce?




Neon

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Posted on: 2004/9/9 1:40
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#4

Re: Simple shopping cart

I have found http://cubecart.com/ to be really good easy and free :)


Neon

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Posted on: 2004/5/17 19:44
Neon
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#5

Re: Firewall problem

Quote:

longhair wrote:

XXXX might be welcome for you Queenslanders mate, but us Victorians won't touch the shit.


As I was born in Altona, I hear what your saying and your right. Cheers with a VB for Longhair, myself I prefer a Jim Beam


Neon

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Posted on: 2004/5/17 12:11
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#6

Re: Firewall problem

WONDERFUL this should go directly into the FAQ section.

Thank you heaps mate, it worked no probs.

No wonder I couldn't find were to enter the site info, it was hidden under a totaly new area. Give this guy a XXXX
(Aussie greeting, XXXX = Beer )
Cheers


Neon

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Posted on: 2004/5/17 9:53
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#7

Re: Firewall problem

Thanks Guys but alas it still gives me greaf, this is the second time ive tyoed this as the first time I forgot to turn the bloody firewall off anf it couldnt post the reply...grrrr

Ok Ozboof, your tutorial is great and just what the doctor ordered but it seems that a bit has changed since 2003 and 2004 versions, there is no longer a Web Content tab and I canot find anything much like what you have there in 2003.

tjnemez, I did try to enter the site through the Firewall Configure as you pointed out, entered the site both in IP and web address in the allowed section under networking but it didnt make any changes to what Im getting, as you pointed out longhair. (as your probably worked out by now!)

I would like to switch over to another firewall,which would probably solve my problem but like your users longhair, if it dont work the first time then they are stuffed and they are not geeks either so it makes it hard to say its your new $100 odd dollar firewall thats stoping you from seeing the site, sorry you wasted your money but turn the dumb thing off

Anyhow it hasnt fixed the problem Dev guys, it needs to be Fooooooool proof, I know "Im one" and I cant figure it out

Highlight - Ctrl+C just in case this stuffs up again .....


Neon

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Posted on: 2004/5/17 1:52
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#8

Re: Firewall problem

Yes I added the address into the allowed sites list and there is non in the restricted list, this is whats got me stumped


Neon

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Posted on: 2004/5/16 20:15
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#9

Firewall problem

I know there is an issue with firewalls and XOOPS updating and Ive been have that same problem BUT...
I have Nortons Firewall and I have entered my XOOPS 2.0.5. site into the trusted site list and I still have to turn the firewall off each time I want to make changes in admin.

Does anyone know what exactly I have to turn on / enter and were in Nortons 2004 firewall to allow me to make changes on my XOOPS sites without having to turn it off every time.

Thanks Heaps


Neon

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Posted on: 2003/12/28 21:12
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#10

Re: functional shopping cart script with wfsections

I tried a couple items and it worked fine.



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