Hi King of Chatalot,
King of Chatalot wrote:
It says "The following cannot be automatically installed and must be installed manually". (This was obtained by using Easymod to install this mod)
Then it gave a URL that led to something called install/update_config_v1_2_1.php and said I had to execute that seperately.
Then, when I did by typing that address in the address bar it said:
Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in /admin/mods/install/update_config_v1_2_1.php on line 35
Then it wouldn't do anything but when I looked at my board, it appeared to have installed correctly.
The URL you were sent to by EasyMOD in your description above, was actually the last step of the installation process and was only to be followed by those who chose to install manually.
I believe it's this one...
User Shield's installation template wrote:
#-----[ DIY INSTRUCTIONS ]------------------------------------------
IMPORTANT ***** If you are NOT using EasyMOD to install User Shield, you MUST update the CONFIG table by following these instructions ***** IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT ***** Remember to change the default TABLE PREFIX in file "update_config_v1_2_1.php" if your board does not use " phpbb_ ". ***** IMPORTANT
1] Run this file: update_config_v1_2_1.php - located in the install folder off the root of your forum ( eg. In your browser URL field, type the following: http://yoursite.com/yourforumroot/insta ... v1_2_1.php
Once done a message confirming a successful update will be displayed along with a reminder to delete the "install" folder including it's content, before returning to your forum.
#-----[ SAVE/CLOSE ALL FILES ]------------------------------------------
There was no need for you to follow that last step. EasyMOD has already done the database update for you. But it's nothing to worry about as running the database update more than once will only display an error message without making any changes. In your case, the error message you were served with had nothing to do with the database update, but rather not being able to find the file (object) where it was suppose to be.
King of Chatalot wrote:
But now when I view the membership list, the top title bar has shifted to the left...
At the top it says: Username Email Location Joined Posts Website just like it did before except it is shifted one row to the left so that Username is over the PM column, the Email is over the Username column, and the location is over the email column etc
How can I fix that?
This only happened to 3 of the 6 styles I have I think............
When dealing with multiple installed styles, it is recommended to revert back to subSilver, at least until the MOD has been installed and confirmed to work as advertised with this default style. If you take a look at the 3rd post on the 1st page of this thread, there's a series of screencaptures that you can use to confirm that you have indeed installed User Shield successfully. You'll need to log in to your forum as a "user" and also as an "administrator". Did all your hard work bear fruit?? If yes, read on.
What style are you talking about? I can take a look at it if you downloaded it from phpBB's styles database. If not you'll have to link me to it. Or you can attempt the modifications yourself, but only after you've made a backup of the 3 files you are about to modify.
A previous post in this long thread :wink: wrote:
then you need to edit all TPL files for each and everyone of your installed styles.
The TPL files are the following:
a] templates/yourTemplate/index_body.tpl --> 3 actions to integrate
b] templates/yourTemplate/memberlist_body.tpl --> 4 actions to integrate
c] templates/yourTemplate/admin/board_config_body.tpl --> 1 action to integrate
The actions to integrate for each of your styles are to be found in the installation template --> "install_user_shield_v1_2_1.txt".
Hope this is helpful.