I recently had a form created with BreezingForms that worked perfectly in Firefox but failed to display in an Internet Explorer browser. The area of the page that should have displayed the form was blank, and the lower left corner showed the page was “Done” loading with an error on the page.
The error message read, “Can’t move focus to the control because it is invisible, not enabled, or of a type that does not accept the focus.”
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I used the J2smf component from GMITC.
I modified the advanced.php to create an smf_member if no corresponding smf_member exists for the registered Joomla! user visiting the forum.
I had to modify the LogInOut.php to know what to do with the Joomla! password and salt.
Now it works like a champ! A registered Joomla! user who logs in and browses to the forums is silently logged in. If no corresponding forum account exists, one is created for the user. If a registered Joomla! user is not logged in and browses to the forums, and logs in through the forum login screen, he is silently logged in to Joomla!
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I’ve installed the BreezingForms modules from crosstec. My overall impression is that the interface is a bit clunky, but it seems to provide an easy way to integrate a custom form on your Joomla! site by placing a form as a menu item, as a content item, or in a module position.
Now, when I try to open one of the sample forms, I’m getting the following message:
Fatal error: Call to undefined method JSite::getSiteURL() in /…./…../html/components/com_facileforms/facileforms.class.php on line 133
Fortunately the crosstec forums had a solution to that problem.
It took me a while to create my first form. Well, creating the form was simple, but adding fields was not immediately intuitive.
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Yesterday all servers in the U.S. went out on strike in a bid to get more RAM and better CPUs. A spokes person said that the need for better RAM was due to some fool increasing the front-side bus speed. In future, buses will be told to slow down in residential motherboards.