Indirection wrote: How do I do this: If you get the error "Table WEBLOG_CONFIG_TABLE doesn't exist" or something similar, ensure that you made the changes to constants.php correctly. "WEBLOG_CONFIG_TABLE" is a constant referring to the actual table, plus your forum prefix.
if my forum prefix is freebb_ how do i make change to constants.php ?
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$sql = 'SELECT stuff FROM WEBLOG_CONFIG_TABLE';
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$sql = 'SELECT stuff FROM ' . WEBLOG_CONFIG_TABLE;
dakar wrote: Seeing the / slashes here as well... the only punctation mark they appear to proceed is the '
The odd part is they only show up in the initial entry, but even then it seems intermitant. However if you go back and edit the entry it seems you can edit them out of the post.
hyperion wrote: This part is changed by the PCP (Profile Control Panel) mod. Basically, all it does is add a "weblog" icon in viewtopic.php. It's not really essentially but if I remember correctly, someone made a solution and posted it in the first 10 pages.
hyperion wrote: tHe LiNk: That's a really strange problem, i guess for now your solution is alright.
dakar wrote: Question about using the Trackbacks.... The whole blog scene itself is somewhat new to me, but I think I have them sorted out right.
Maybe this is less of a question than a suggestion.
I can post an entry on the blogs on my phpBB, with a trackback to another blog (wordpress) it works just fine, the comment appears there as it should. However it does not seem to be working in the reverse, I'm guessing this is because I have it set in the ACP so that only registered members can post a comment (trying to avoid the comment spammers), is there an easy way that inbound trackbacks can notify the blog owner and allow them the option of approving the comment to be posted if it's from another blog external to the board's?
I think this makes sense...