Damn,.what stupid of me, I just have the feeling I hijacked nachenko's thread. Can an admin move/remove my post please.
Conflicts on jQuery and xoops.js?
Great work nachenko. I also love jquery and am experimenting with it on the admin side of impress.
First thing I did was try to improve the visibility of the blocks mode (on/off) by adding the variable class into the tr element that defines wether a block is active or not. Second, I call upon jquery and a small table sort scripts to do the trick. The th (tableheaders) now have two functions, describe the colom, and use as sorting order.
The only problem I now have is that jquery kinda has troubles with the xoops.js file as it conflicts^^
That's a really good piece of work!
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Look at the AJAX snippet that changes the photo every eight seconds. Ain't it cool, baby? It's done using jQuery. And this is only the beginning, AJAX is piece of cake using jQUery. Now I should have a try at jQuery UI to make things cooler
Thx! :bravo: that "clear" fix worked as far as I can tell for FF.
I always hear good things about it, but those modules are something I've never really tried. Good info to know Steve, thanks.
Both Formulaire and Formulize have a very flexible configuration. Formulaire has an email field that allows you to have a single form that can be routed to several people, depending on the options selected - like this
Formulize has a VERY complete set of notification options, so you can route notices to different users, based on any entry or event for the form. You can also create subforms, have fields on the form that are only visible to specific user groups, and again, a very complete set of user permissions for form actions. You can also create views and reports for the forms and publish them to different user groups. It is my #1 choice for custom forms.
Either of the ones Skenow has linked are fine modules to use for a contact form.
Liase however allows you to create custom forms and any number of them to, so it depends on your requirements.
Very attractive site indeed.
Tom, is there an add-on one can use for the contact form?
I'm on windows
look fine on windows+ff3
you both use linux firefox correct?
without actually encountering the problem all I can suggest is you add a clear:both to the css for that block. See if that works.
Thanks, I know about that already, sadly .
Its just with that bottom centre block (top page only), only in Firefox. Just weird.
Love to hear if there is a fix for that.
Thanks Tom, that's good advice with the contact form. Also, thanks for the note about the new basic features with the core install, mastop has worked very well for the most part, but I'm open to checking out alternatives.
We'll see about incorporating more modules and more web 2.0 functionality over time... just a bit more portal oriented now, but that is the great thing about this all, wiht the ability to add functions over time, etc.
Yep, same problem as Skenow here.
The site looks quite good. Definitely a nice example of using icms
However, one of the blocks doesn't flow well with the theme in FF2 and FF, I've attached a screenshot.