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Started by [Unknown], January 01, 2005, 01:52:09 PM
QuotePlease tell me if you have any problems, comments, suggestions, or thoughts. And, Orstio, please tell me if I'm stepping on your toes at all. I still consider this your project, and I'm just trying to help make it better . If you want or don't want to use these files (or any of the changes I made to them), it's fine with me.
QuoteI also have a second component. This is essentially the same thing, with all the same changes, but it instead uses SMF's index.php instead of SSI.php - this should make mods easier to install, keep version numbers up, and solve theme problems. But, this method does require some changes to files. I've attached a package that should make those changes for you automatically.
Quote from: Orstio on January 01, 2005, 03:06:41 PMThis changes any matches to $scripturl to $myurl in the output buffer? The last time I tried that, all attached images failed to load, because the PHP does not get executed in the output buffer. Has this changed in 1.0?
template_header();loadSubTemplate(isset($context['sub_template']) ? $context['sub_template'] : 'main');template_footer();
// Clear out the stat cache.trackStats();
QuoteBut, all submission buttons (post, preview, vote, etc.) take the user back to the unwrapped forum.
Quote from: Orstio on January 01, 2005, 05:33:02 PMBut, all submission buttons (post, preview, vote, etc.) take the user back to the unwrapped forum.
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QuoteSo I guess the answer is... all of the edited files stay as they were for the original bridge.
QuoteWhat about my existing menu for com_smf, in the database, that is inactive? Should I delete it through phpMyAdmin? and then install a component again?
QuoteAre you saying that it is unrepairable... start over? It isn't really a big issue as this is a new site that I am setting up.
QuoteYou mean the theme files?
QuoteYou mean you have already uninstalled the component?
QuoteI recommend never starting over. I recommend not uninstalling to upgrade. Just overwrite the files that come with the new package. The database should not change from the original installation
QuoteYes, I had already uninstalled the 2.11 version of the componant and then installed unknown's
QuoteOk good. By overwrite do you mean by ftp overwriting the files? or via mambo componant install/uninstall
QuoteThen you'll want to check your mos_menu table for multiple entries of "index.php?option=com_smf" after you reinstall. You will want to delete all but the last one.
QuoteBy FTP. Otherwise, you may end up with the above-mentioned problem. Mambo's installation writes to the database....you do not need to change anything in the database to upgrade. Therefore, to upgrade, it is better to not use Mambo's install/uninstall.