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chtafz00
XOOPS integration
  • 2007/6/19 17:33

  • chtafz00

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  • Since: 2007/6/19


Hi everybody!

i have been trying to integrate XOOPS into my existing website. To be exact, i would like to use my own masthead and html page layout. Can anyone tell me the first step of doing it? Which files are to be modified to achieve a XOOPS integration into an existing website?

Any input is very much appreciated. Thanks.

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BlueStocking
Re: XOOPS integration

I installed XOOPS in a subdirectory and I use html for the main index page from the root on my site.

I have three XOOPS subdirectorys I use for different purposes.

In naming the XOOPS installed portion of the site I include the subdomain as part of the path.

Of course, I link to them from the main index.html page.
Then it would not be hard to copy your images into the proper theme folders.

Good luck
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huzhenghui
Re: XOOPS integration
  • 2007/6/19 19:19

  • huzhenghui

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  • Since: 2007/3/24


Quote:

chtafz00 wrote:
Hi everybody!

i have been trying to integrate XOOPS into my existing website. To be exact, i would like to use my own masthead and html page layout. Can anyone tell me the first step of doing it? Which files are to be modified to achieve a XOOPS integration into an existing website?

Any input is very much appreciated. Thanks.

After you install XOOPS into a subdirectory. You may edit the theme as your current page layout.
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showcase17
Re: XOOPS integration
  • 2007/6/19 20:08

  • showcase17

  • Not too shy to talk

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  • Since: 2005/1/6 0


I suppose you can run XOOPS in a frame using your original HTML design. Just edit your Xoops-theme so it matches your HTML-theme
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BlueStocking
Re: XOOPS integration

https://xoops.org/modules/repository .. It is time to get involved - XOOPS.ORG

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chtafz00
Re: XOOPS integration
  • 2007/6/20 20:23

  • chtafz00

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  • Since: 2007/6/19


Can anyone tell me the relationship between all the html and php files in the unzipped htdocs folder? There are so many of them. I have basic knowledge in html but not php. These files are really a big headache for me. And I am not confident in modifying them as I might put them into disorder.

Another thing is, I uploaded the htdocs folder into a server. And I tried to modified the themes.html. But the page doesn't show the images I have added using CSS. The page is correctly displayed in Dreamweaver, but not so after uploading.

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huzhenghui
Re: XOOPS integration
  • 2007/6/30 5:29

  • huzhenghui

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  • Since: 2007/3/24


Quote:

chtafz00 wrote:
Can anyone tell me the relationship between all the html and php files in the unzipped htdocs folder? There are so many of them. I have basic knowledge in html but not php. These files are really a big headache for me. And I am not confident in modifying them as I might put them into disorder.

Another thing is, I uploaded the htdocs folder into a server. And I tried to modified the themes.html. But the page doesn't show the images I have added using CSS. The page is correctly displayed in Dreamweaver, but not so after uploading.

XOOPS use smarty template technology.
You may study smarty at http://smarty.php.net/
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