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Chit chat / I just want to give shout out to Crip
« Last post by hygron on April 20, 2014, 10:52:11 PM »
Thanks Brother for all the help and straight up support you provided for myself and mant, mant others. R.I.P.  :(  For real.  Peace
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Support / Where did my TP go?
« Last post by hygron on April 20, 2014, 04:39:23 PM »
Most of you know I am legally blind.

I just went to one of my sites I admin to add some affiliate links.  I added a block and inserted the link script.  Honestly, I am not sure whether it was working before that, but Tiny Portal does not show on any page in my forum.  The admin panel is there and shows up in the Navbar.

Any thoughts?
latewood.com
smf 2.0.6
TP newest version;  I believe

Did I miss anything you need?  Thanks, H
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Chit chat / Matching Themes?
« Last post by Maxx1 on April 13, 2014, 10:36:59 AM »
What are your thoughts on matching themes for HTML/5 and WordPress and probably SMF?

This something I'm Testing and toying with at present.. this way you may have the ability to please some search engines, have splash and Flash on certain pages, with contact info , terms of use and intro to you site of Community. in HTML/ WordPress and have them linked together. I know somethings will not work like the WP blog thing and SMF will have separate log -in forums, however there will be better expansion of your horizons this way. WP and HTML5 are nice in way that they can be done to suite the responsive, ( mobile device demand ) and you may as the webmaster, be better able to add your pictures and media in the intro of the site, without the clutter in the forums, but still have to the same scheme or theme.

I know that there are some working systems - forks and themes to do the same thing more or less, but this may have some future draw backs, when trying to keep up to date on things!

Not gonna tell ya this will be easy, but once you have things set set up, there should be less, to deal with in the long run.

What I myself do not like is the so old same old, looks of the forum and portal, and like I said some are working on this, but when it comes down to it they may all look the same as well?

Now One person That I'm sure of that can do versatile System and or even a theme system is Bloc. And I'm sure if my past experience with him, he is work inbg something as I babel on here!! So you want to know how everyone feels, to let everyone know that there are many that  still care very much about the SMF and Community Systems or ( CMS)!

regards,
Maxx
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Installation / Re: Problem after reinstall
« Last post by Dylert on April 10, 2014, 05:16:52 PM »
Ok, I will try that! :)
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Installation / Re: Problem after reinstall
« Last post by lurkalot on April 10, 2014, 05:15:31 PM »
OK. What I would do is start turning off the blocks one at a time and see if the site returns to normal.  It might just be some code in one of the blocks stopping the other panels from showing.
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Installation / Re: Problem after reinstall
« Last post by Dylert on April 10, 2014, 05:03:53 PM »
SMF is the same version as earlier.
TP: I installed both the same version as earlier and the latest version. Same problem with both.
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Installation / Re: Problem after reinstall
« Last post by lurkalot on April 10, 2014, 04:51:59 PM »
Hi Dylert. 

When you said you reinstalled SMF, was this a upgrade from a previous version?  If so what version was it. And what version of TP were you running before you installed the "Latest version of TP"
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Installation / Re: Problem after reinstall
« Last post by Dylert on April 10, 2014, 03:22:45 PM »
Latest version of TP installed, and the problem is still there.
I have tried to take away the old database tables and install a fresh TP and fresh tables. Everything works fine!

I have many blocks that I want to use. When i replace the fresh smf_tp_blocks table with the old table, the problem is back.

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Installation / Re: Problem after reinstall
« Last post by Dylert on April 10, 2014, 03:03:47 PM »
It is the default theme, but it is modified.

I will  install the latest version of TP.
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Installation / Re: Problem after reinstall
« Last post by IchBin™ on April 10, 2014, 03:01:39 PM »
Dylert, does it look differently if you look at your site in the SMF default curve theme? As admin you can add theme=1 to check this. You are a few versions behind on TP too. You should upgrade if you have the time.

-Brad
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