[2.0.8] Faq Editor

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Post by for1lonestar »

I finally found where my permissions area was for the files and I have it working now. Thank for the help.
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Working now

Post by for1lonestar »

Great MOD!

I finally found where the permissions where for my files and I have it working now. Thanks for the help.
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Post by The Bride »

Brilliant Mod! Thank you! Usually I'm stupid at this sort of stuff but this was so simple it was great. I'm delighted with it. :D

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Post by Selven »

good 8)
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Post by noth »

since placing a " into a block heading all the parts of the FAQ are now failing with
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING, expecting ')' in /home/policeco/public_html/phpBB2/language/lang_english/lang_rules.php on line 89


it obviously did not like the " in the heading of the new block but how do I get the " out of there now?

if I try to edit or delete I immediately see the same error message

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Post by Selven »

it depend by phpbb faq file format place an backslash \ before "
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mod not working

Post by gaurdianAQ »

My mod won't work I did everything correctly yet it won't appear in the admin cp I edited the file and copied the files over got any idea why it won't work

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Post by noth »

Selven wrote: it depend by phpbb faq file format place an backslash \ before "


hehe nice one Selven

THIS was the heart of the problem

but I found the way to sort it

BTW if anybody else loses their rules.php or it just goes hayware use FTP to view your rules.php (faq.php) - by VIEWING the php file you will literally see the problem AND you can BACK UP your changes by FTPing your php page to your desktop

I thought all the data was held in SQL but NO, the page needs CHMODDING to enable read/write and then ingeniously the programme writes the new data/ changes direct to that php page 8)

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Post by Selven »

gaurdianAQ
search for an faq editor category in your acp menu
noth
what?
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Post by noth »

:twisted: never mind

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Post by gaurdianAQ »

its not there

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Post by Selven »

you have admin_faq_editor.php in your admin folder?
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Post by Lightninghawk »

I apologize the error was not from this mod.
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Post by Selven »

what error?
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Post by Lightninghawk »

I deleted my post of it.
Sorry for the confusion
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