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10,780 posts | Last Activity on 29-09-2020 02:14 by Falk
Falk
Falk 29-09-2020 02:14, 14 hours ago
Re: Forum is displayed terribly The issue have been fixed.
Falk
Falk 28-09-2020 02:31, 2 days ago
Re: Forum is displayed terribly  
Thank you for pointing this out. Main is undergoing updates and this will be fixed asap!

 
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Ernst74 27-09-2020 20:13, 2 days ago
Re: Forum is displayed terribly From this page the forum is displayed terribly in Firefox 81. Everything is covered by large letters.
RobiNN
RobiNN 20-09-2020 17:48, 9 days ago
Re: Latest stable version of Bootstrap and Jquery For compatibility only. V10 (in development) allows you to switch between multiple CSS frameworks.

If you need BS 4, you can use it.

Here is my NSS website https://php-fusion.eu/. Latest 9.03.80 and latest Bootstrap 4.5.0. You only need to make some additional fixes. But it works perfectly.
HACKERSOFT
HACKERSOFT 20-09-2020 15:14, 9 days ago
Re: Latest stable version of Bootstrap and Jquery Is there any reason why PHP-Fusion still uses old versions of Bootstrap and jQuery frameworks?

Interestingly, the one on this site has a more updated version of jQuery V3.3.1 compared to the one in recently released version that has jQuery v2.2.4 bundled with it.

Is there a documentation on what could break if we manually overwrite the files with the latest release of Bootstrap and jQuery?

Just curious...
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rsx90 27-08-2020 00:54, 1 month ago
Re: insert header ( img ) Thank you <3
RobiNN
RobiNN 26-08-2020 23:51, 1 month ago
Re: insert header ( img ) https://github.com/php-fusion/PHP-Fusion/blob/Andromeda/themes/Magazine/classes/Main.inc#L39
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rsx90 26-08-2020 23:29, 1 month ago
Re: insert header ( img ) Hello ,

I use the magazine theme. and would like to insert a header between the navigation bar and the content area. in which file do I have to rewrite this

many thanks
Falk
Falk 26-08-2020 20:45, 1 month ago
Re: Use PHP Fusion 9 with screenreader Heya,

The developers is looking at this for you atm, we will get back with a solution.
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Tdani 26-08-2020 16:36, 1 month ago
Re: Use PHP Fusion 9 with screenreader Hey all!

I vould use the PHP Fusion 9 CMS on my website, just I'm blind.
So I can't use an CMS, and screenreader together.
My problem is: when I want select a navigation admin panel - I press Ctrl+down arrow, that I can open the menu, my screenreader is jumping out on selection list.
And when I trying change functions (enable or disable) with enter key, the website isn't work about a new changes.

I could use the PHP Fusion 7 with screenreader, but this version is older.

I don’t know what has been changed in version nine compared to week seven, that the screen reader can’t handle enabling and disabling features, or leaving it in the combo box when I select it.

I was mind, that problem's source is a new skins, but I cannot state with full conviction.

Can you help me?
Chan
Chan 25-08-2020 08:48, 1 month ago
Re: Rocky Road (NOT Ice-Cream)

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My Friend Responded:
I personally don't think they care...they have left most of their users in the dust as only the better coders can follow what they are doing and are able to keep up.


I've decided to ask Core Developers Team to join with me to host and organize an online workshop - https://www.php-fusion.co.uk/infusion...d_id=40159
Chan
Chan 25-08-2020 08:42, 1 month ago
Re: PHP-Fusion v9 workshop - Tutorial for Addons Dear every esteemed Fusion developers and webmasters,

I'm organizing a public workshop for v9 in our Discord server between Core Developers and the User Developer Community that is with us.
The project we'll be working on is to create a "real estate listing tutorial", which we will touch on the basics of v9 addon development.

Timeframe: There is no timeline for the completion of this tutorial project and it really depends on public involvement and discussions. Tutorial will end once the project finalizes and published into our Github repository.
Documentation Guides - Click the link here - https://docs.php-fusion.co.uk/phpfusi...ting-addon
Discord Server - Join Official Discord Server with this link - https://discord.gg/x67gW4 Go to Lounge #real-estate-tutorial channel for the Q&A.
Aspects and Topic for discussions evolving the development of v9 addons will include:

- Building an administrative interface in v9;
- The change on super globals access in v9;
- CSRF token protection and why is it important in v9;
- The concepts of MVC-T in and in what way it can help developers and theme developers in v9;
- Basics of sanitization, SQL handling, building forms in v9;
- Letting us know your areas of interest, and which aspect of addon development that you have problem understanding;
- Other subjects areas in addon development in v9;

Please take this opportunity to read and learn and communicate together on the aspects of developing an addon for v9. Everyone is welcomed to give ideas, ask questions, or chat with us there.

Thank you.
Chan
Chan 25-08-2020 05:08, 1 month ago
Re: Rocky Road (NOT Ice-Cream) That is why I say, if you use PHP-Fusion, just focus on PHP, MYSQL, JS, Jquery, and HTML (Bootstrap) if possible.
daimonbok1
daimonbok1 24-08-2020 15:47, 1 month ago
Re: Rocky Road (NOT Ice-Cream) That seems to be everything in the computer world. We were being taught on one platform and the next was already out and being used.
Chan
Chan 24-08-2020 06:52, 1 month ago
Re: Rocky Road (NOT Ice-Cream) Yes, v9 is our flagship, and it is packed with a huge library support to make decent applications. Let the code sip in slowly, I'm already doing documentation by the days... but my time is limited to only a couple of hours in front of the PC so I can do the things I need to pay attention to, one of which is the questions raised by developers, especially developers who asks for clarifications.

Communication is definitely the way it should be, our Discord server is filled with people that can guide you through the loops and hoops in v9. Otherwise, most of us just look at the standard codes in their system and find their way through.

In modern workstation, code editor is not going to be enough because it doesn't support the project as a whole, just your file.
You'll need a fully qualified IDE to work with the entirety of the project, including composers dependencies.

A brief setup as follows: https://blog.theodo.com/2019/07/vsco...velopment/

Once you have this, you'll be able to see the whole PHP-Fusion v9 universe. It's not something to be feared of. Take your time to set it up. May take hours, weeks, months.. but get familiar with it is too important to work with v9.

And also, https://docs.php-fusion.co.uk/phpfusi...ting-addon, it is still WIP but I plan to finish it now before doing anything else, so everyone can get a deal of the basic necessities.
Falk
Falk 24-08-2020 04:43, 1 month ago
Re: Rocky Road (NOT Ice-Cream) Point your friend to 8 and he will be back in the comfort zone wink
Grimloch
Grimloch 24-08-2020 03:15, 1 month ago
Re: Rocky Road (NOT Ice-Cream) @Chan

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I know what you mean but I hope you can stay calm about it, it's inevitable really.
But that doesn't mean everyone need to keep everything up to date, except security patches. Do it at your own pace.

I am calm about it Chan and realize that yes, things must evolve. The complexities that now exist in version 9 are enormous but truly innovative. I guess I'm just doing a sound-off for the little guy who doesn't comprehend the changes and there are a lot. But hopefully in time the road will get a little less bumpy as we all learn how to drive this Caddy!
Chan
Chan 23-08-2020 19:27, 1 month ago
Re: Rocky Road (NOT Ice-Cream)

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but now they are coding and releasing so damn fast that people just don't have the time to absorb and understand what's happening


I know what you mean but I hope you can stay calm about it, it's inevitable really.

But that doesn't mean everyone need to keep everything up to date, except security patches. Do it at your own pace.

Last time people work with roadmaps and collaboration is hard between 2 coders, but now it's reversed out as milestones... and one can push out a new code, the other can fix it, so development runs 24/7 as a result. Not to mention we have so many talented individuals in this project, it's like a dynamo. PHP-Fusion today has a very pleasant community, and we've replaced work delegation with self assignment. Most of us do it at our own pace and so far we've managed to keep up quite well.

Maybe due to such environment, some may felt they are left behind. In fact, they are not. If they charge up, and tell us they faced hiccups on doing this and that, I'm sure we'll be able to help most of the time.
Falk
Falk 23-08-2020 16:54, 1 month ago
Re: Rocky Road (NOT Ice-Cream)

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It seems as though 'user-friendliness' has fallen by the wayside.

Please be more specific in what areas you think the user-friendliness has declined so we can improve.
We try to make everything as simple as possible for the webmasters while codes are indeed a tad more complex in v9 while v8 is still
for most parts procedural and works exactly as v7 did when it comes to custom Themes and Addons. We only gave it a facelift and some more options & features.

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It looks like php-fusion has come to a standstill

This time of the year have always had low activity. But it is true that many CMS systems struggle with popularity vs social media platforms.

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now they are coding and releasing so damn fast that people just don't have the time to absorb and understand what's happening.

The only thing we release very fast is bug fixes, features remains pretty much the same since the initial branch release. Next large update is Babylon (v10) but it is far from ready.

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I personally don't think they care...they have left most of their users in the dust as only the better coders can follow what they are doing and are able to keep up.

Naturally we care. That is why we released v8. It is made for everyone who want v7 methods.
v8 it is essentially a enhanced v7 and it is still for most parts procedural and can do everything you did in v7 but in a modern hosting environment see release notes here : https://www.php-fusion.co.uk/infusion...admore=624 , no features have changed since it´s initial release, only fixes.
Grimloch
Grimloch 23-08-2020 16:39, 1 month ago
Re: Rocky Road (NOT Ice-Cream)

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What exactly is the problem?
Programming infusions is pretty easy. If you want to switch to another CMS, then I would recommend one of the large CMS.

I didn't say there was a problem just expressing an opinion; all of my websites are running Fusion and it's the only CMS that I know reasonably well; I don't plan on switching.

@daimonbok1

The software runs extremely well (on a good hosting platform with proper settings) and I can attest to the fact that it's relatively easy to modify in most areas. My main frustration is in trying to keep up; things change so fast. smile
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