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ogweewee

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Posted on: 2007/9/11 6:49
ogweewee
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#1

Can Xoop Modules be added to a static site?

Hi
I am thinking about evaluating XOOPS, and I have searched the forum but it seems that all of the questions were about adding static pages to Xoops.
I would like to add some modules to a static site. The site is going to be very graphic, have a flash navigation, with either header frames or iFrames for the body.

If the modules can't be added to a static site how do you guys recommend I approach the construction?
Thanks for any help in advance.

sato-san

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Posted on: 2007/9/11 7:50
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#2

Re: Can Xoop Modules be added to a static site?

DH-info is a Content modul with navigation-menu.

Download here.


Install the Framework and xoopseditoren too!

pAraN0iD

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Posted on: 2007/9/11 9:22
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#3

Re: Can Xoop Modules be added to a static site?

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.

ogweewee

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Posted on: 2007/9/11 16:32
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Re: Can Xoop Modules be added to a static site?

Quote:

sato-san wrote:
DH-info is a Content modul with navigation-menu.

Download here.


Install the Framework and xoopseditoren too!


Thanks Sato...Is there any documentation in english?