Posts by: [email protected]

Posts: 8
Post: 564
Topic: htaccess rules and possible issues

I didn't mean change the whole site settings when you want to edit, I meant that maybe there is a way to just temporarily override these settings to disable it when someone logs in as an admin - and only on their computer.

12 years ago
Post: 526
Topic: htaccess rules and possible issues
Edited: 12 years ago
Post: 525
Topic: htaccess rules and possible issues

Solution?  I have an idea for what might be a solution for browsing for images.

If you comment out the lines

//define('gp_indexphp_root','/'); //define('gp_indexphp',false);

then it works. It seem that it doesn't really matter about the .htaccess.

Would it be possible, when an admin user logs in, or when you click to edit a page, for to override these settings and turn it off (showing the index.php/). And for general users viewing the site not logged in, those lines of code would be turned on, hidding index.php from the url...

12 years ago
Post: 522
Topic: trying to make a plug in - fatal error Class 'Special_test'

found the problem. I hadn't changed the class names inside the php file to match the names in the ini file.

12 years ago
Post: 521
Topic: trying to make a plug in - fatal error Class 'Special_test'

Hi there,

 just hoping someone can tell me what I'm doing wrong. I can install the Example addon, but when I copy it, rename it as test, change references in the ini file, and install it, and try and view the page, or the admin page, I get a message saying

 

Fatal error: Class 'Special_test' not found in /mysite/include/special.php on line 68

Fatal error: Class 'Admin_test' not found in /hosting/sites/volunteer/thinkdownriverorg/include/admin.php on line 101

 

any help much appreciated

Thanks

12 years ago
Post: 520
Topic: New, impressed, but a few questions...

thanks for those pointers. Setting themes on a page per page basis is great - and will be so useful - I dind't even notice you could do that! And even if I build my custom PHP pages as templates, and just add them to one page in the site, that should work.

and i'll try install in xamplite too.

Cheers

12 years ago
Post: 516
Topic: New, impressed, but a few questions...

firstly, just like to say this is the first cms i think i can actually get on with - and might actually save me time rather than consume my time!

Just a few questions though.

Custom contact forms - the standard form is great, but often I need to create bigger forms, the results of which are handled by custom PHP scripts, which then redirects the user to a thanks page. How could I start to create somthing like this in GPEasy?

Content on specif pages: For example, if my design has 3 columns, and I create a section to use in the right column for example 'View our events listings' then of course, I don't want this box to display on the events listing page itself. Is there a way I can make this show on just certain pages?

I would like to create some 'special' pages, which are in the menu, but use custom php to get into from database, xml etc etc. would I have to create 'plugins' or something for this?

12 years ago
Post: 515
Topic: htaccess rules and possible issues

did anyone get anywhere with this? I think it would be much nicer if the 'index.php/' wasn't in the url...

12 years ago

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