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#1 2009-04-21 23:37:39

MJ80
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How do I create a module with PWG_Stuffs

Ive tried, what are the values meaning please, we arent mind readers...

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#2 2009-04-21 23:43:56

P@t
Piwigo Team
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2007-06-13
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Re: How do I create a module with PWG_Stuffs

I will try to explain you basics rules to create PWG Stuffs module...
What type of module do you want to create?


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#3 2009-04-22 00:05:58

MJ80
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Re: How do I create a module with PWG_Stuffs

What's a module?

I want a box exactly like the other boxes on all my pages, but with my own title, and my own links inside it..

You know like example:

Identification:
Categories:
Menu:
Special:
MyOwnMenu: <----Can I do this with PWG Stuffs?

Ive seen VDigitals gallery, and he has his own menus, last comments in the footer etc..

Is this how he did it?

Thanks mate, I appreciate your response.

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#4 2009-04-22 00:12:32

P@t
Piwigo Team
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2007-06-13
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Re: How do I create a module with PWG_Stuffs

If you want to add a block for your menubar, you will need [extension by grum] Advanced Menu Manager

If you want to add a block for your page like lasts comments, try to add "personal block" in PWG Stuffs plugin.
You may try to use [extension by P@t] FCK Editor (to use with personal block of PWG Stuffs)

Last edited by P@t (2009-04-22 00:13:37)


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#5 2009-04-22 00:37:57

MJ80
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Re: How do I create a module with PWG_Stuffs

I tried installing Advanced Menu Manager: Every other plugin Ive installed, installed no problems. This one however, doesnt even install. I click install and it just does nothing..It wont install. I done this via ftp, as all my plugins. Then went to Plugins in the admin page on piwigo.

I dont know what Im suppose to put in the box that says "MODULE OPTIONS" When I try to make a personal block with PWG Stuffs.

I would love to use FCK and all plugins, the problem is, there is no help file on any extentions, not even a simple how to use. So I have no way of knowing what exactly it does for me.

All i want is a menu with links in it.

Cant I do this without a plugin?

EDIT: Okay, it seems AMM doesnt work without Grum.

"Plugin Grum Plugin Classes in not installed"

I tried lookign for it, but it takes me to AMM instead. Even googled it and got same results. Know where this is lcoated by any chance?

Last edited by MJ80 (2009-04-22 00:40:19)

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#6 2009-04-22 00:44:06

MJ80
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2009-04-19
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Re: How do I create a module with PWG_Stuffs

Okay, I found it but..

Compatible with: Piwigo releases 1.7.0, 1.7.1, 2.0.0, 2.0.0RC3, 2.0.0RC4

Mines 2.0.1

So if I cant get this to work, then I cant get AMM to work either right?

What a headache :(...

EDIT: SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET IT WORKS!!!!! Let me just test it now : D IM SOO HAPPY!!!!! TY FOR YOUR HELP MAN< I APPRECIATE IT HEAPS :D

Last edited by MJ80 (2009-04-22 00:46:56)

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#7 2009-04-22 06:56:32

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Re: How do I create a module with PWG_Stuffs

To use the plugin grum, you must install it before [extension by grum] Grum Plugin Classes


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