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Re: kubrick left css help
  • 2006/8/5 23:25

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wow great work! jeez I never would have thought of the bg image, now I'm kicking myself for it. I fixed it, thanks!



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Re: kubrick left css help
  • 2006/8/5 22:05

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ok I changed the color to show the problem. The sidebar seems to be fine (#999999). But there's still a little strip to the right of it that seems to be behind it (#f9f9f9). This is an extremely light gray, but different from the white background of the main content, which pours into this section behind the sidebar. So the problem is still there.



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kubrick left css help
  • 2006/8/5 15:50

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I'm trying to make the sidebar more narrow in my kubrick left theme. It doesn't seem to work though. If you go to http://www.alwaysonproductions.com, the background of the sidebar is overlapped by the main content. I want to make the sidebar narrower so the content can keep that width and not run into the sidebar. But it seems that the sidebar won't get any narrower. I've tried every combination of changing widths margins, padding, etc. in theme.html and style.css. Here's the css area:

Quote:
#content {
margin: 0;
padding: 30px 60px 20px 60px;
font-size: 1.2em;
line-height: 1.4em;
}
#content.withsidebar {
margin-left: 200px;
padding: 30px 0 20px 0;
width: 500px;
}
#content.withoutsidebar { width: 640px; }
#sidebar {
float:left;
margin-left:10px;
padding: 20px 0 0 33px;
width: 140px;
background: #f9f9f9;
font: 1em 'Lucida Grande', Verdana, Arial, Sans-Serif;
}
#sidebar form { margin: 0; }


It's definitely more than 140px...



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Re: Call to member function problem with smartfaq
  • 2006/8/1 5:43

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Cool, thanks. I read that post and someone says there will be a fix, but I don't think it's come out yet. Other than that there doesn't seem to be any solution...



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Call to member function problem with smartfaq
  • 2006/7/29 5:07

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I get a blank page every time I try to go to my smartfaq module. So I turned debug on and discovered this error:

Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in /home/alwayson/public_html/modules/smartfaq/class/faq.php on line 549

I went to the line:

$faq['categoryname'] = $categoryObj->getVar('name');

I had 1 category so I deleted it and added a new one. This didn't do anything (this is probably obvious to many of you who read that I did this and laugh).

So what should I do? I'm running XOOPS 2.0.14



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Re: video synchronization on google video, youtube, rss, and video podcast
  • 2006/5/29 15:43

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anyone?



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video synchronization on google video, youtube, rss, and video podcast
  • 2006/5/23 6:42

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I will be launching a site soon in which the main attraction will be a bunch of video clips. However I'd like to get these videos out to the masses. I want them to be available on YouTube, Google Video, Video Podcasts, and RSS updates as well as on the site itself. I was hoping someone may help me come up with the best way to add videos to a XOOPS site with the ability to do all of this.

While it would be nice for all these different outlets to automatically add the new video when its added to the website, this seems impossible. I'm just looking for the best way to integrate everything, so that I can have my videos available in all these outlets and constantly updating in the most seamless, efficient way possible. Any kind of advice or ideas is greatly appreciated.

(I already know about the modules available as of now, and like smartmedia the most, if it makes any difference, although it doesn't do any of what I mention above)

thanks guys



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file location of a custom block
  • 2005/11/12 20:51

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if you create a custom block, is there any way to call it up in its own location, such as http://domain.com/path/to/customblockname.html?



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Re: dhtml menu in a block
  • 2005/11/12 20:02

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I tried an iframe and it encloses the menu within the given width, so the submenues appear on top of each other instead of to the side of each other...

also there are links in the menu and so when I click on them they try to open the link in the iframe...



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Re: dhtml menu in a block
  • 2005/11/12 19:35

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an iframe only works in IE though, doesn't it?




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