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Jhawkin

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Jeff Hawkins is a Web Guru, Tall Tale Tech Writer and Short Order Cook · Monster Highway Cafe from Middletown, Va. (The Center of the Known Universe)
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Question: *URGENT* Need feedback to proceed fixing the issues
Answer: provided by jhawkin 82 days ago
- 1 + The first part for sure but the second probably needs implementing (I don't know if that's the way it works in Pligg).

The first is probably how Pligg works now.

The second is how I think it should work as best practice but can it be done?

The second way would insure (well almost) that you never miss a wanted or welcome message.
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Question: Where can get rss importer 1.2.2
Answer: provided by jhawkin 88 days ago
- 2 + I have it but I can't remember if it was a free module or not. Yankidank?? Was that one free? Can I send it to this person???
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Question: Where can get rss importer 1.2.2
Answer: provided by jhawkin 88 days ago
- 2 + Here it is
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Question: Where can get rss importer 1.2.2
Answer: provided by jhawkin 87 days ago
- 1 + You'll need to go to the module (if it installed properly) and setup the feeds.

You'll also need to move import.php to the root directory and you'll need a crontask to run that import.php from time to time.
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Question: utf-8 problem
Answer: provided by jhawkin 87 days ago
- 0 + I don't have any ideas for you as I have little experience with this side of Pligg. I run English only websites and have no problems with the language files.

Support is by the user base for Pligg itself with the commercial module and Theme providers supporting their users as they see fit.
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Question: Pligg & Wordpress
Answer: provided by jhawkin 93 days ago
- 0 + This website, Pligg.com, is a hybrid of Pligg and WordPress.

Many of my websites run WordPress in the root with Pligg as a subdirectory.

Here's the working website that incorporates the whole 'stack' I run. http://www.WildWellEnt.com. This site is based on Pligg with WordPress doing the blog and other elements including the sitemap.

Wild Well runs WordPress in the root, Pligg, Openx, SugarCRM, and phpLD (Link Directory) in subdirectories. It's fairly complete now but needs some tweaks and I haven't yet got the shared login worked out but I'm getting there.

The WordPress is running Multisite with Domain Mapping which is why WordPress has to be in the root directory. The Pligg is the older version, 1.2.2, can run multiple sites/subsites and is the main system on the public side.

Take a look if you want and I'd be glad to share my htaccess file which makes the whole thing work.
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Question: Pligg & Wordpress
Answer: provided by jhawkin 92 days ago
- 0 + I've tried several times to implement this setup. It would really be nice but I just can't get it working.

I have WordPress in the root directory and Pligg 2.0.x in a subdirectory. (is this the problem?). I've edited the wp_redirect_main locations several different ways. Didn't help!

The mnm_user cookie doesn't get set though the mnm_key always does. If I rename the module and deactivate the plugin then clear the cookies I can login to either system just fine.

I did find an error in the WordPress plugin where Salted was spelled Selted.... fixed that but it still won't work. I've even forced a user name into the Pligg module which finally set the mnm_user but it still didn't work.

It's not critical that I have this working but I'd really like to get it going so I could document the setup and maybe help other users who want it. Yeah, it would be nice to have it running.

I'm starting to doubt myself now. Help!!!!!
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Question: Pligg & Wordpress
Answer: provided by jhawkin 84 days ago
- 0 + Just to let everyone know how this PliggWordPress login module s going......

I've done a bunch of temporary changes to the module and have it working slightly but it's not ready for production yet.

It is setting the cookies for Pligg 2.0.x and allowing the one login but it's not looking up and matching the users yet. But I'm getting there for sure.
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Question: Pligg & Wordpress
Answer: provided by jhawkin 91 days ago
- 1 + You'll be fine then.

One tip if you run WordPress as your main or root app. BWP Google XML Sitemaps plugin. I have this one running on Wild Well and it knows about Pligg's site map so the whole system's sitemap is covered from the sitemap index.
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Question: Pligg & Wordpress
Answer: provided by jhawkin 91 days ago
- 1 + I've actually setup that exactly early on. Install the WordPress first.

Create the other two subdirectories. Install the Pligg and I used phpBB for the forum. But there's a good forum plugin for WordPress called BBPress. I use that for forums now.

You just go to the installers in their subdirectory to setup them up.

The only problem I had was getting Pligg to act as mainpage/app without clobbering WordPress. That was done with the htaccess but everything else was straight forward.