Re: Modules Contact 1.04

I think the umlaut problem in subject line is fixed, please download the file below, extract and put in contact module folder (overwrite message.php). Please test.

The checkbox should be easy, will look when get back later.

https://isengard.biz./message.zip

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Re: Modules Contact 1.04

I think the umlaut problem in subject line is fixed, please download the file below, extract and put in contact module folder (overwrite message.php). Please test.

The checkbox should be easy, will look when get back later.

https://isengard.biz./message.zip

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Re: Modules Contact 1.04

Hello
thanks for the answer.
So I looked again it concerns several persons with different Providern of therefore it seems to me a general problem to be.
I've looked at 5 websites and collected the following data.
Character set / collation of the MySQL connection Documentation utf8mb4_unicode_ci, utf8_general_ci, depending on the provider
Server Character Set: UTF-8 Unicode (utf8)
Firefox page information text encoding UTF-8
therefore, everything should be right.

Would it be possible to create an additional field with a chekbox before the send button similar to the picture?
So the user can confirm that he has read the privacy policy.
This procedure is called by German lawyers to be legally compliant from 25.05.2018
optimistdd


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Re: Modules Contact 1.04

It looks like a character encoding problem. I'll have a look at the module code tomorrow afternoon. But character encoding can break at many points, so there are a couple of other things to check:

* Is your database set to use UTF-8 collation (utf8_general_ci or something like that?). Quite often it comes with latin1_swedish as default, which will mangle non-ASCII characters.

* Is the character encoding of your website specified as UTF-8 in the meta/header tags? (Check the head section of the theme).

For the legal issue, I am not sure what the problem is. If it is that you a) don't want the message stored in the database or b) want to store the message but do not want to email it, I could probably alter the module for you.

But if the problem is that you need the email encrypted during transit, that is currently beyond my experience. I don't think it would be easy.



Modules Contact 1.04

Hello everybody!

I have 2 problems Module Contact 1.04
Problem 1
concerns the umlaut problem instead of Ö Ö Ü etc come Ã? Ãœ Ã- Üüö? or Ä Ü Ö in the e-mail in the message text
Subject (title): à "Ü Ü Üüö?
description_tarea Ä Ü Ö
This does not occur with the other CCenter 1.0 and Formulaire modules.


Problem 2
from 25.05.2018 the EU basic data protection regulation (DSGVO) .<a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_Data_Protection_Regulation " rel="external">Link General_Data_Protection</a> lawes is active
Unfortunately, even if the website SSL secured is violated the regulation if no legally compliant form of contact form consent
Informed consent for an online contact form is available.
See examples under point 4 <a href="http:// http://www.it-recht-kanzlei.de/online-kontaktformular-einwilligung.html." rel="external">Link Examples</a>
In addition, the EU's new e-Privacy Regulation will enter into force on the same day.
How can you realize it? This certainly affects some websites in Europe.
For tips and tricks I would be grateful as otherwise some users would be satisfied if they would have to change the system.
Best regards
optimistdd
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Re: Tuskfish - new content module (in development)

<p>I'm looking forward to this, more modules means more choice to have the module that closest works how you want to manage the content on your site.</p>



Re: Tuskfish - new content module (in development)

Yes, when you look at content objects from different modules (news, downloads, podcasts etc) they are actually not very different at all. Most of their properties are shared (they all have or can have titles, authors, descriptions, views, attached files and so on as per the Dublin Core). It's the same with preferences one fairly small set of preferences can be used for everything.

Rather than have separate modules for different data types, you can just have separate front end controller scripts (articles.php, downloads.php etc) or use one script to server a mixed stream of all content types. Each content type has its own handler and HTML template, so you can customise how different types of object are displayed.

The best part is the module will be surprisingly small, not much bigger than a 'single content type' module, as the most of the code is common.



Re: Tuskfish - new content module (in development)

Sound big. Interesting!
Do you think the settings can be kept "in this world" ?

Hope its okay with a general Q here...
Theory, perhaps practice: Lets say you aim for 1 main area of using... you get let's say 20 inputs to make in settings.
If you broaden that to two usergroups, would it the (likely) grow from 20 to 30 settings OR from 20 to 50 settings? General module settings?



Tuskfish - new content module (in development)

Sorry something is up with line breaks, I don't seem to be able to fix it.

Just a short note to let you know that I'm starting work on a new content and tagging module for ICMS called "Tuskfish". It will be an adaptation of an existing side project I have completed, so I hope it won't take too long. It's basically a (major) refinement to the ideas in the Library module but written from scratch. Features include:

* Publish different types of content (articles, downloads, images, static pages, audio and video recordings, tags and collections) from a single module with a common, Dublin Core-based form.

* Organise your content using tags and collections.

* Publish a mixed stream of content types on a single page (or filter it by type, if you prefer a traditional approach).

* No more /modules/ in your URL, controller scripts are moved out into the site root and content is served straight from your index page. Or you can add custom page names as you see fit (eg. articles.php, about.php) by adapting supplied examples.

* Access any content object on your site via its ID, eg: <a href="https://yoursite.com?id=123">https://yoursite.com?id=123</a>

* Easily extensible to add new types of content. Basically you just add class/handler files, whitelist the new type and add a template for displaying it.

A major departure from the Library module is that tags and collections (= categories) are just additional types of content object and have been folded into the module rather than being managed separately. They live in the same database table as everything else. You can organise your tags into collections to avoid problems such as menu bloat.

Keeping content objects in the same database table makes queries simple and efficient. Using standardised mechanisms for handling and presenting them helps to keep the code base lean, and stops inconsistencies creeping in as (I found) happens when you maintain a number of different modules written at different points in time and with different levels of experience.

Tuskfish will replace several of my old Gone Native modules: Catalogue, Library, News, Partners, Podcast, Projects and Sprockets. It performs all of these functions and far more efficiently too. Having only one content module to maintain will make maintenance a more realistic option for me.



Re: accessing system data in preloads

Just a note : at the moment there seem to be issues with preloads on the 2.0 alpha branch. I can't get my preloads to work, while exactly the same files work on the 1.3 branch (tested on 1.3.9 and 1.3.10 alpha)





Re: CKEditor 4.3 preview

In the repository, the location for addScript is blank - did you change it to 'foot' and then 'head'?

Steve Twitter: @skenow Facebook: Steve Kenow



Re: CKEditor 4.3 preview

Great News! I'm thinking about adding this new version as a replacement for FCKEditor in the upcoming ImpressCMS 1.3.10. It will depend on the timings (I want to have this version out asap)

Thank you Ricardo for sharing that with me



Re: CKEditor 4.3 preview

I sorted it out.
The problem is by adding the script to foot.
Changing foot to head solves it.

$xoTheme->addScript(ICMS_URL . "/editors/CKeditor/ckeditor/ckeditor.js", array('type' => 'text/javascript'), '','head');



Re: CKEditor 4.3 preview

I changed the formCkeditor.php file line 116 to

$xoTheme->addScript(ICMS_URL . "/editors/CKeditor/ckeditor/ckeditor.js", array('type' => 'text/javascript'), '','foot');

adding ICMS_URL to the url as well as made it to be added at footer.
In admin it works like a charm and it is the same code.

To render the form I copied the very same file used under admin and adptaded the templates and header files in order to reflect frontend



Re: CKEditor 4.3 preview

That is a security measure of your browser. You are trying to load a resource using the 'file' protocol, and that is not supported in certain cases (but it differs widely which cases are allowed depending on your browser).

Did you define a local path in your configuration somewhere? or is it a bug in the editor (quite possible in the integration)?



Re: CKEditor 4.3 preview

Hello!

I update my icms 1.3.9 installation with the editor and I'm trying to use it in frontend but I receive the following error:

Not allowed to load local resource: file:///C:/xampp/htdocs/test_site/editors/CKEditor/ckeditor/config.js

If I access via admin it is working perfectly.
What do I have to change in order to make it work on frontend?

Thanks in advance!



Re: imbuilding

ok, thanks!

Actually I haven't changed it, was just eager to know.



Re: imbuilding

No big changes have been made recently, so I don't think so. If you have fixes or patches, don't hesitate to do a Pull Request on the github repository : https://github.com/ImpressCMS/impresscms-module-imbuilding



imbuilding

Hello!

Do we have an update version of imbuilding that includes support for the latest icms versions and php as well?

Thanks