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Koreus
Re: Comments Hack : Multi pages
  • 2005/4/22 19:18

  • Koreus

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I think it is a nice hack that should be include in future release of Xoops.
Because I have the same problem, I have many articles with lot of comments.

Btw Is it possible to send me the hack ?
I will use it at my own risk

Thanks in advance



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Koreus
Comments Hack : Multi pages
  • 2005/4/22 10:34

  • Koreus

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Hi,

Does XOOPS use a Comments Hack to have multi pages when there are lot of comments (article, download, link) ?
Or it is a new feature from XOOPS 2.0.9.2 ?

FYI, I'm using XOOPS 2.0.7.3

Thanks



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Koreus
Re: User Hack to add Jabber ID
  • 2004/7/10 15:22

  • Koreus

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Thanks for the link, I think I will be able to do the hack myself with this howto :)

But if I remeber well, I have seen already a true hack.
But where ...



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Koreus
User Hack to add Jabber ID
  • 2004/7/10 14:43

  • Koreus

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Hi,

I'm sure I have seen this hack somewhere but neither the search function or Google can help me :(

Someone knows where I can find it ?

Thanks in advance



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Koreus
Re: Disable PHPSESSID for anonymous visitors
  • 2004/4/28 20:44

  • Koreus

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Nope it doesn't work for me.
I can't disable session.use_trans_sid with my host.

So I'm using another solution, I put this line :
ini_set('url_rewriter.tags','');

after the session_start and now no more PHPSESSID in URL



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Koreus
Re: Disable PHPSESSID for anonymous visitors
  • 2004/4/21 21:45

  • Koreus

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It is because you don't have any PHPSESSID in your URLs

Check your phpinfo() and normally you should have this parameter session.use_trans_sid off

My host doesn't give me the choice and this parameter is ON.
So when someone, which doesnt accept cookies, surf on my site he has PHPSESSID in URL

And that's bad for sipder.

I tried to look at common.php and I have no idea how I can disable it :/
Is Session used for anonymous (visitor not logged) ?

Thanks in advance




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Koreus
Disable PHPSESSID for anonymous visitors
  • 2004/4/21 12:12

  • Koreus

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Hiya,

I don't want to initialize session when my visitors are just anonymous.
Because if they don't accept cookies the PHPSESSID appears in URL.
For example if google is visiting my web site he won't follow my url because there are PHPSESSID in it.

I think I have to hack the /include/common.php and play with "sesssion_start()" but perhaps it has been done before ?

Someone has some tips ? Is it ok to remove session for anonymous ?

Thanks in advance.



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Koreus
Re: Each page have it's own title would be nice
  • 2004/3/31 22:16

  • Koreus

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I saw that too , I have cache enabled , sometimes it works (title is ok) and it does not.

I dont understand why but I havent search

Perhaps when the cache is enabled it doesnt fetch the title (article, download, links) in database but just read/show the cached html file.

I don't know how cache file is generated but perhaps it should be changed to include the title.




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Koreus
Re: Category ID (cid) parameter in URL, usefull ?
  • 2004/3/27 19:00

  • Koreus

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Well the problem is that this page "/mylinks/singlelink.php?cid=6&lid=125" and this page "/mylinks/singlelink.php?lid=125" are the same.

When google will run through my site, he will find 2 page instead of one.
So in fact the 2 pages will be index in google but with a lesser pagerank as if there was only one page.

Btw, thx for the answer, with the change activated, I need to pay more attention next time I upgrade XOOPS





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Koreus
Category ID (cid) parameter in URL, usefull ?
  • 2004/3/27 17:37

  • Koreus

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Hi,

In template mylinks_link.html, URL are set like this :
<a href='visit.php?cid=<{$link.cid}>&lid=<{$link.id}>'

But can I remove the category ID (cid) parameter like this :
<a href='visit.php?lid=<{$link.id}>' ?

I'm asking this question because I'm optimizing my website for search robots (google...) and would like to know if it will break something.

I have tried and I have seen no difference.

Thanks





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