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PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2006 10:50 am    Post subject: A Forum For the Myff portal system (V3 up, needs work)  Reply with quote

http://portalogy.myfastforum.org/index.php

This is where you will find basic portal support along with some advanced code that is currently undergoing some testing and tweaking before it's gets any approval from Myff, there will be all the available portals listed as well and also walkthroughs on how to implement them.

Yes it's a little bare at the moment, but it will be getting filled up on friday.

Admin, Symon and Viper I'd appreciate it if you guys could take the time(admin(s) or mod(s), which ever you feel comfortable with. Wink )

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I've setup a hide/show code with the portals, take a look, I will be tweaking this and when I'm finished the code will come your way.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2006 12:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It is great stuff showing the great potential of Javascript.

I look forward to the portal upgrade on the 6th after which we can see what else can be added our end to help with this sort of thing.
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Nick I joined and I propose that we link exchnage. I wont take off my portal section so that I can create portals, tweak them to where I think they will at least be in beta and then send them to you. We will stick mainly to javascript though. What do you say?
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2006 7:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I certainly think there is room for more than one experimental portal forum.
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That is why I said I would not quit testing the portals, but if they are to be accepted by MYFF and possibly made into a default portal component I would like them to be accepted by Nick and looked over for any errors. This way before releasing much to the public, here on the support forum, it is tested by three or four people that know what they are doing.
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The only practical difference between an official preinstalled component and a user component, is that the user ones require a few more lines typed into the options tab, giving a few things like the base component and sensible default values.
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I know but there are some very lazy people so I figured that you may want to make things easier and implement portal components into the main system.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2006 9:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Master Mathandal wrote:
Nick I joined and I propose that we link exchnage. I wont take off my portal section so that I can create portals, tweak them to where I think they will at least be in beta and then send them to you. We will stick mainly to javascript though. What do you say?


Link Exchange will happen on friday, I don't expect you to drop your portal section, but I would appreciate it if you could change it's permissions to moderators, so that standard members don't see whats going on, that way you and blake can continue to improve the codes to the point where you feel happy forwarding it to me, the last thing you want is someone copying some of the code and getting it wrong, because you'll end up having to sort things out for them, when your barely finished tweaking the code.
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That is a really good idea. I will do that.
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Master Mathandal wrote:
I know but there are some very lazy people so I figured that you may want to make things easier and implement portal components into the main system.


There is a balance to be had though, as official components imply more official support, and that is not a good idea with complex components that I myself may not fully understand.
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You have a point. Most of the guides that we have created are step by step on how to do it, including creating your own template files for your portal. If you would like to view them admin then visit the site, I would like feedback from you.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 29, 2006 2:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nick(NR) wrote:
Also to blakelives0312
I've setup a hide/show code with the portals, take a look, I will be tweaking this and when I'm finished the code will come your way.


sorry, but i beat you to it, any one interested is encouraged to come take a look at it, all of our portals are currently hidden but if you click the header, it opens up. also, i am working on a cookie system to save the status of each portal component (per browser).

wo0t, i beat nick to something!

eventually i will put up a guide on how to set up portal hide/show element on http://portaltester.myfreeforum.org
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Just to let you know blake already got the cookies set.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 31, 2006 9:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ok, two new ones on test:

A current time, using Java so it shows the users time no matter where they are and whether their logged in or not.

Also a calendar, which was god awful color wise, but will get a going over in the next few days, so it color codes to a forums template.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 01, 2007 3:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

guide is up! any questions about the guide, please post in in the forum! WE LOVE TO HELP (thus the name) and we definitely try! Nick, you can use the guide too... unless you REALLY want to try to figure it out on your own...


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