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  • pdatoon
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    Originally posted by SystemLogic
    I've converted our staff new at http://www.systemlogic.net to PluhNews, using PluhHeadlines.

    I would like to do the same with our tech news, but like I said before, how can you create a source. I saw another site with it....

    Anybody has an answer for that?
    Possible to have categories?

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  • Hamma
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    Have another question though (as if u wanted to see my name again) Is there a way to include the Date at the top of that days news.. i.e.

    October 15, 2001

    blah - posted by Hamma @ 3:53PM

    blahblah

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    Here is a link to the current page I am using now, and an example of how Id like to configure Pluhnews:

    http://www.dragonwolves.com/index.shtml

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  • Hamma
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    I figured it out, just deleted the code giving me errors and created a global2.php

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  • Hamma
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    *bump* again, someone help me

    hehe

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  • Goldfinger
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    im fresh out of ideas.. maybe one of the real gurus can help you .

    WOOHOO!!

    </Goldfinger is now a senior member , 100th post >

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  • Hamma
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    *bump*

    Anyone have any ideas?

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  • Hamma
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    Yep. Tried that (thats where it is now with these errors)

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  • Goldfinger
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    also try putting your PluhNews in the same directory as your index.php seeing thats what the instructions say .

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  • Hamma
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    I am getting closer now, I am now getting

    Warning: Undefined variable: REQUEST_URI in
    \path\to\global.php on line 39

    Warning: Undefined variable: QUERY_STRING in
    \path\to\global.php on line 47

    Warning: Undefined index: HTTP_POST_VARS in
    \path\to\global.php on line 64

    Warning: Undefined index: action in
    \path\to\global.php on line 64

    Warning: Undefined index: action in
    \path\to\global.php on line 67

    And my news gets added at the bottom. BUT I have not seen these "QUERY_STRING" and all the other things mentioned anywhere else in this thread. \

    When I do the require command at the top of my index page I get those errors at the very top above all the layout, no more header error though
    Last edited by Hamma; Thu 11th Oct '01, 2:31pm.

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  • Hamma
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    Yea, I have tried most of that. I will try it again though. One thing is that my Index is located in a different DIR than the pluhnews.php would that make a difference?

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  • Goldfinger
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    and your index should be a .php not .shtml because it cant phrase php . Try changing the file extension before you try changing all your paths in global.

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  • Goldfinger
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    in your global.php look for all the ./global and replace that with the full path to your global.php than it should work.

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  • Hamma
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    btw I dont remember ever seeing anyone entounter these ones:

    Warning: Undefined variable: REQUEST_URI in
    \path\to\global.php on line 39

    Warning: Undefined variable: QUERY_STRING in
    \path\to\global.php on line 47

    Warning: Undefined index: HTTP_POST_VARS in
    \path\to\global.php on line 64

    Warning: Undefined index: action in
    \path\to\global.php on line 64

    Warning: Undefined index: action in
    \path\to\global.php on line 67

    then there is this one which is what I did see:
    Warning: Cannot add header information - headers already sent by (output started at \path\to\vbulletin\global.php:39) in \path\to\vbulletin\admin\functions.php on line 1457

    This is what I get when I include it on my index
    Warning: Undefined variable: REQUEST_URI in
    \path\to\vbulletin\global.php on line 39

    Warning: Undefined variable: QUERY_STRING in
    \path\to\vbulletin\global.php on line 47

    Warning: Undefined index: HTTP_POST_VARS in
    \path\to\vbulletin\global.php on line 64

    Warning: Undefined index: action in
    \path\to\vbulletin\global.php on line 64

    Warning: Undefined index: action in
    \path\to\vbulletin\global.php on line 67

    Fatal error: Failed opening required './admin/config.php' (include_path='') in \path\to\vbulletin\global.php on line 72

    This isnt fun anymore
    Last edited by Hamma; Thu 11th Oct '01, 4:50am.

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  • Hamma
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    hm when I do that it crashes.. My main page right now is .shtml is there anything I need to change beside adding those commands at the top and renaming it to .php? (i am somewhat new to PHP, just started toying with it recently)

    I get a sweet assortment of errors

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  • Goldfinger
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    try including the admin/config.php and the global.php on your main page before the <html> tag. and than take them out of the pluhnews.php

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