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Xoops Hosting Module
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      Submitter: tdmaster
      Released: 2008/07/07

      Version: 1
      Release Status: 
      Downloads: 4012
      File Size: 900 B

      Rating:   (0 Votes)

      Reviews:  (2)

      Mirrors Available: 0

      Download Times:
      Modem(56k) : 0.14s
      ISDN(64k) : 0.12s
      DSL(768k) : 0.01s
      LAN(10M) : 0.00s
      Price: Free | Platform: 1.3 | License: Apache License (v. 1.0) | Limitations: None

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      • Quite a regular

       Re: Xoops Hosting Module

      Looks nice! Could you explain a little bit about what does this module do?

      • Just can't stay away

       Re: Xoops Hosting Module

      yea it would be nice if there was someting we can do with this module

      basically i see it installs and thats it

      i dont see how to edit anything on it

      Im looking in my MODULES admin panel and i cant click on the icon
      i do but its not a link

      i also dont see how to make any changes to this (device)

      • Friend of XOOPS

       Re: Xoops Hosting Module

      The module as listed here shows itself to be extremely small and apparently has no options.

      I'll be more than happy to look at the code and see what it does if someone who has this can send it to me. Otherwise, this file should be removed from the repository.

      • Just popping in

       Re: Xoops Hosting Module

      Actually, this module is hardcoded. You have to edit the files .php and .html files) in order to change prices, and other hosting features.
      It is modified so that it sends the client directly to PayPal.
      At the module's website (get hosted here dot com), it works like this: it redirects you to complete a form with the desired username, password, home address, etc and (I don't know why) the client's PayPal e-mail address......
      Then it redirects you to choose a plan and then to PayPal where it says that this recipient (the website owner) doesn't exist or can't receive payments.....
      Anybody has an opinion on this?

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