I'm not sure what is wrong but if you go to http://test.corporalstorm.com it runs slow. I have GoDaddy for hosting so I know the speed is there. Just not sure why MySQL (im assuming) is slow in response.
Also how do I go about editing modules? Like the area labeled "Modules" has a bunch of nonsense in it.. I've looked in the modules folder but not finding that particular module.
v3x Support Mod
Joined: Oct 19, 2004
Thu Nov 02, 2006 4:53 pm
The speed issue is down to your host.
It is nothing (or at least highly highly unlikely) to be casued by either your nuke or something that you have done.
You are best to contact GoDaddy on this and maybe ask to be switched servers.
It looks like youve figured out the modules issue, however if im wrong in my assumption then this is controlled by your modules admin found in your /admin.php
CorporalStorm Nuke Cadet
Joined: Nov 03, 2006
Thu Nov 02, 2006 5:49 pm
Thanks.. Im going to contact Godaddy... Also I've somewhat figured out the modules.. I have a few questions..
1. Does theme.php for the corresponding theme set control the actual layout of the entire page?
2. How can I change names, and such. For instant the "Module" section on the main page, I would like to change it to something like "Site Navigation" and maybe add some links to it myself. I'm searching for info on how to customize it even more.
3. How can I alter the login box on the main page. If you go to www.theimoteam.net the setup they have on the right. Giving user status information and such. I want to set it up like that.
4. Information box, how do I ditch it?
5. Also on IMO's nuke site. What module is that in the middle showing new information? Basically I need a setup where users that have permission (mainly admins) can go in, post a new bullentin and it show up on the front page.
6. Where do I close out un-needed links on the left when in admin mode for standard admin users.
Evaders99 Site Admin
Joined: Aug 17, 2003
Thu Nov 02, 2006 11:04 pm
Is this a shared server? My guess is that their database server cannot handle the query load.
1) theme.php controls the layout in terms of header / block / footer design. The rest is done within the specific module code.
2) Well you can rename the block titles easily through Blocks i the admin panel
3) You'd have to modify the block-Login.php file if that's the one you are using
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