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Question: Report posts or comments
Answer: provided by Yankidank 380 days ago
- 1 + This should actually be added in as a module, rather than a core feature.
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Question: Pligg 2.0 installation issue
Answer: provided by Yankidank 381 days ago
- 1 + Try using the latest development version to see if it makes any difference: https://github.com/Pligg/pligg-cms/archive/master.zip
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Question: Stuck on installatin step 4
Answer: provided by Yankidank 382 days ago
- 2 + Does the /install/troubleshooter.php file report any possible issues?

Try changing /install/install.php line 3 so that it reports all errors and then try it again to see if it outputs any error messages:

error_reporting(E_ALL);
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Question: Tag cloud is empty
Answer: provided by Yankidank 382 days ago
- 2 + You can change the value from 'en' to whatever value you need from the Pligg Admin panel. There is a "Database Language" setting found under Admin > Settings > Miscellaneous page.
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Question: Many photos
Answer: provided by Yankidank 385 days ago
- 0 + Warning: what I am about to suggest has not been tested. This may not work.

Assuming that you are using the Upload module to handle the images being added to a post, you would open your link_summary.tpl template file and insert {$image1} where you want the first image. If you want it to show up directly before the image description content is inserted, then place that before the "$story_content" tag. Then wherever you want to embed the other images, add them. In the latest version of Bootstrap, it would look like this: {$image1}{$story_content|nl2br}{$image2}{$image3}{$image4}{$image5}{$image6}{$image7}{$image8}{$image9}{$image10}

I believe that if an image does not exist (ex. you only uploaded 2 images), it will just return nothing for the extra image tags being used.
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Question: Could not open templates/./modules/captcha/lang.conf
Answer: provided by Yankidank 386 days ago
- 0 + 1. What Pligg version are you using?

2. Was this a new install, or an upgrade from a previous Pligg version?

3. Please tell us a series of steps that we would need to take to reproduce the issue.

4. Check that the /modules/captcha/lang.conf file exists, and try setting the CHMOD permissions for it to 777.

5. Is your site using the english language file?

6. Can you uninstall the CAPTCHA module from the Admin > Modules > Uninstalled page?
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Question: Could not open templates/./modules/captcha/lang.conf
Answer: provided by Yankidank 385 days ago
- 1 + I'm not certain what is causing the error for you, but I am going to guess that the fact that you are installed in a non-English language may have something to do with it.

Try copying the file /modules/captcha/lang.conf and renaming it to /modules/captcha/lang_chinese_simplified.conf.

If that doesn't work, you may also want to try copying the file from /modules/captcha/lang.conf to /templates/bootstrap/modules/captcha/lang.conf.
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Question: RSS Importer does not work
Answer: provided by Yankidank 386 days ago
- 1 + The RSS Importer requires that you set up a cron job (aka. crontab) on your server to run the import feature at regular intervals. The module itself is not capable of grabbing stories every X hours on its own. You will need to search Google for examples of how to set up a cron job, since every server differs slightly. You may also be able to find a free web service that can act as a cron job by navigating to the import.php file used by the module.
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Question: Can't submit a story and website jams
Answer: provided by Yankidank 387 days ago
- 2 + I responded to the user via email, asking them to temporarily disable anti-spam modules like Akismet or Captcha. The Akismet module has caused this type of error in the past when not configured correctly, or when being used on certain untested servers.
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Question: Tweet Automatic Twitter Submissions Install Error
Answer: provided by Yankidank 386 days ago
- 2 + After looking into the issue further, it seems that I missed a change necessary to update this module for Pligg 2. The Smarty.class.php file has been moved from the root directory of Pligg CMS to a new 'internal' directory. I've updated line 3 of tweet.php to point to the file's new location. You can grab the updated module package from the product page: http://pligg.com/downloads/module/tweet-automatic-twitter-submissions/