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Ok it took me some time to do what I said, I just dropped 10$
Now at 70% :-)
Come on guys, when I saw it was blocked at 60, made me jump and then I had to bump ;-) !!!
Last edited by davidm (2005-06-07 13:47:32)
.: Retired :.
Manfre – not a problem; I made my plugin to solve an immediate need I had, and just saw value in releasing it. I just figured no sense reinventing the wheel (i.e. writing a separate user management module) if there was existing work elsewhere (or plans for said work).
And then my dog ate my badger, and the love was lost.
90% from me.
Can see great possibilities for this for simple member profiles and member articles, particularly together with rss-suparchive where I believe you can list articles according to author (right?).
So I’m donating another 10$ to the pool too (will take a day or two to transfer from Germany). Just needs one more to tip it over the limit.
Two questions for the moment:
1) Can it be made that the admin has to confirm the user registration to stop anyone and everyone registering and publishing?
2) If I understand this correctly I could give new members the status “staff writer” and they can write their own content and upload images without me having to switch it to live. But what’s to stop them removing other people’s content? A staff writer cannot delete articles other than their own, but my test shows they can delete other people’s images and files. Alternatively, is it possible to set up custom privilege profiles, either with the plug-in or using another separate admin plug-in.
Thanks for feedback
TXP Builders – finely-crafted code, design and txp
I´d love to help you and pay the ransom but I simply don´t have an paypal account… Promise to make donations in the future, so Manfre – keep up the good plugin-work!
Last edited by skoggy (2005-06-08 14:26:36)
I’m giving your plugin a try and even without it being in any form, template, or article (it is just enabled) I got this error when editing articles (on the bottom of the write tab)
Fatal error: Cannot redeclare text() (previously declared in /www/n/neme/htdocs/main/textpattern/include/txp_prefs.php:214) in /www/n/neme/htdocs/main/textpattern/publish/taghandlers.php on line 618
The error disappeared when I disabled the plugin…
I use rc3 sv403
Totally crashes my site too with only this text showing:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function pageTop() in ….\textpattern\lib\txplib_misc.php on line 150
Back to normal after I disable the plugin… sorry to throw this at you but as many of us have said before on this forum; I´m not a programmer, just a designer :)
But it´s true
I had the same error-message. Then I updated txp to most recent version. No errors anymore.
I haven’t tested any tags yet.
Hmm, I know I’m stressed out these days, but I simply cannot figure out how to use this plugin, even though the nice Manfre has written quite a long description in the helpfile.
I have this in a form called “self_resigster_form”:
Name: <txp:mem_name_input /><br />
User Name: <txp:mem_user_input /><br />
Email: <txp:mem_email_input /><br />
and then in my page / template, I have this:
<txp:mem_self_register_form wraptag=“div” isize=“20” label=“Register” namewarn=“Name is required” userwarn=“Username is required” emailwarn=“Email address is required” />
It outputs the text (Name: Email: etc) but no form fields???
I’m using latest SVN (rev.403)