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Posted on: 2009/7/8 17:10
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#11

Re: Adding a custom page

Uninstalling a module is not hard. Follow the instructions in this link. Once it is uninstalled, you will get a message stating that it was successfully uninstalled.

Once the module you wish to uninstall shows in the lower portion of the screen (modules available for installation area), you should be able to go to your home directory and remove the directory for the modules.

If you have enough space and are allowed multiple databases with your host, you might consider installing a test version of the same version of XOOPS you are using on your live site, to some directory that is not public, and then you can test candidate modules there before you take them live.

Dynia

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Posted on: 2009/7/17 11:13
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#12

Re: Adding a custom page

hi :) i'm trying to change categories name in main menu. For example: Home for Blabla and i want to add text inside. Where i should edit that?
And next, how can i add some new categories?
Sorry for my english
Dynia :)

webweaver

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Posted on: 2009/7/17 11:52
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#13

Re: Adding a custom page

Depending on what you want to change, here are a couple options:
1) for a custom block (one you created), you can change the name of the block.
2)To change the name an installed module displays in the menu, put the desired name in the first column and then click submit to update the databases.

Dynia

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Posted on: 2009/7/17 12:31
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#14

Re: Adding a custom page

I just want to add some new sections on mainmenu. For expamle "contact" and put there some text. All i can do is create a new block. (?) :)
BUt eve i will add it its always blanked page.