Posted on: 2012/8/15 13:31
Quote:What do you mean?
You can do this now with the "blocks anywhere" hack.
(May need to update it for 2.5.5 if you are using the newest stable xoops)
You can go further with this with the block permissions to show a block or not on a page.
Block anywhere allows you to place a block anywhere in your theme, but what you can do if the module dosnt have a block? for example if you wish to show a quick contact us form in your footer, what is the best solution to do it with xoops? the module contact dosnt have a block.
Could you tell me the best way to contribute to the next 2.6.0 version ?
In one sentence I repeat: That log/history module should be totally functional.
That's true. AFAIK Xoops sticks with its header and footer and there is nothing we can do about it. I faced this when I tried to put an avatar edit page in a modal window so that users won't need to open a new page to edit their avatar. But having a full page in a modal window is a pretty weird idea.