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Gamut
Re: How to "clone" Tiny Content
  • 2004/2/2 11:40

  • Gamut

  • Just popping in

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  • Since: 2002/1/5 1


I followed the inistruction the first time and must have overlooked something cos the clone broke. Anyway I am giving cloning Tinycontent another go with a clean copy.

I have followed all instructions listed here.

Does "tc_wysiwyg" need to be replaced as well with "modulename_wysiwyg"? It is located in several places in the files xoops_version.php and index.php.

Cheers,

Gamut

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carnuke
Re: How to "clone" Tiny Content
  • 2004/2/2 16:43

  • carnuke

  • Home away from home

  • Posts: 1955

  • Since: 2003/11/5


Hi phil

In case you still want a breadcrumb script, try HERE I have not used it with XOOPS, but it worke well on another site I built.

Richard

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Gamut
Re: How to "clone" Tiny Content
  • 2004/2/3 13:45

  • Gamut

  • Just popping in

  • Posts: 34

  • Since: 2002/1/5 1


Sorry to bump, but I really need to know this so I don't stuff up my next install attempt with a clone of TinyContent

Does "tc_wysiwyg" need to be replaced as well with "modulename_wysiwyg"? It is located in several places in the files xoops_version.php and index.php.

Cheers,

Gamut

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