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Started by nneonneo, December 26, 2006, 06:58:11 PM
Quote from: nneonneo on July 20, 2007, 07:12:15 PMI have added a note about the Modifications.*.php thing, so hopefully it won't confuse too many people.
<file name="$languagedir/Modifications.english.php"> <operation error="ignore">
<file name="$languagedir/Modifications.english-utf8.php> <operation error="ignore">
Quote from: nneonneo on July 20, 2007, 07:12:15 PMI've missed a lot, apparently -_-Thanks brian for helping out @Devilsin (and th2mods): I have *never* seen that error before. It almost sounds like an excessively broken web server...since the script yshout.php is queried through AJAX. It would help to know your hosting provider, and maybe any errors which appear in the web server logs.I have added a note about the Modifications.*.php thing, so hopefully it won't confuse too many people.
QuoteMy host is www.ulmb.com. and also when i go to the yshout.php file on my host, there is nothing in it. maybe thats the problem?
Quotemaybe thats the problem? so could you PM me the code that goes inside it, and ill tell you if it works.
QuoteEDIT, what directory is the default for it to be stored in, because its not in my "packages" folder. its in the root folder
QuoteEDIT, i just noticed that when i modified my other themes to load the shout box, guests dont view it. am i missing a code for a guest to use the shoutbox?
Quote from: nneonneo on July 21, 2007, 12:02:50 AM@brianjw: I have never encountered this option in the docs. Where did you find such a gem?
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Quote from: nneonneo on July 21, 2007, 01:59:34 PM@brianjw: I will add it to 1.07 and upload it. Thanks so much!
Quote from: nneonneo on July 21, 2007, 08:35:38 PM@glxpa: What kind of "popup" functionality are we talking about? I'm assuming you mean a separate window for yshout, which is in fact entirely possible. It consists of taking the code you would usually put in index.template.php and placing that in an HTML file instead, then adding a popup-link to your forum (as for functionality like Google's "Pop out", I think that would be a bit more difficult, but probably still doable).
// YSHOUT HERE echo ' <br /><b>Shout Box</b><br /><br /> <div id="yshout">',$txt['yshout_loading'],'<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /></div>'; // YSHOUT END