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topet05
Re: Home link with Mastop page
  • 2007/3/29 11:16

  • topet05

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Hi Carlos!
There's nothing strange...
If you check the perms of Content ID 16 (editing it), maybe the anonymous users have no perms do access it.
After check the perms of the page, check the perms of the module.

Regards

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carlos1426
Re: Home link with Mastop page
  • 2007/3/29 18:09

  • carlos1426

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Thank you topet05, but the problem isn't in permissions.

I detected that if I set up "Home page module" in preferences to "noting", the problem goes, but now I can't view the home page (the mastop one).

Do you now why?.

Regards.

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topet05
Re: Home link with Mastop page
  • 2007/3/29 19:06

  • topet05

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Hi!
You need to define the "Module Home Page" as "Mastop Publish".
After check the access perms of the module.
Then check the access perms of the Home Mastop Publish's Content.
Check if you change the index.php like i say before...

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carlos1426
Re: Home link with Mastop page
  • 2007/3/29 23:10

  • carlos1426

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Quote:

topet05 wrote:
Hi!
You need to define the "Module Home Page" as "Mastop Publish".
After check the access perms of the module.
Then check the access perms of the Home Mastop Publish's Content.
Check if you change the index.php like i say before...


I did it. I did set up permissions to all user in all modules, change index.php, but the problem persisted.

I have seen that the same issue happen with every module I set up as "Module Home Page": when I turn debugger off, XOOPS crash (blank page).

For this reason I think the problem is not in Mastop but is in xoops. I posted another message in XOOPS Usage forum to ask for help from other guys.

I'll maintain you informed in this thread if you want.

Regards.

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jegelstaff
Re: Home link with Mastop page

Quote:

carlos1426 wrote:
Another question:
I'm using formulize module to have a players list. Is it possible to show a formulize's page from mastop?.

It can be viewed a formulize's form, from its url
http://muyite.com/modules/formulize/index.php?fid=2


Hi there,

You can embed pageworks pages in other code, by doing something like this:

$page=12;
include XOOPS_ROOT_PATH ."/modules/pageworks/index.php";

So then in Pageworks, you just need to make a page that looks like you want it do. The easiest way to do this might be the displayForm function, but there are other approaches. displayForm might be as simple as this:

displayForm(2);

That would display a blank form 2, with whatever the default permissions and options are for that form. You can control the options through the other parameters.

We are working on some admin pages that will let you specify different versions of a form as different "screens" and then you could access them through the URL with a "screen ID" like this:

http://www.yoursite.com/modules/formulize/index.php?sid=4

Screen four could be a blank version of form 2, or a multi-page version of form 2, or a particular saved view from the "list of entries" page.

Anyway, that's for the future, but I hope something here is helpful to you now.

--Julian
Technical Architect - Freeform Solutions
Formulize - custom registration forms, ad hoc forms and reports

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