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TikiWiki Mose - phplayers horizontal not working

posts: 11

Hello,

Thanks to all of the help for the TikiWiki community, our tikiwiki "intranet" is moving right along, and now we are starting to move over our library website to tikiwiki.......

We are having problems with the Mose theme and phplayers horizontal in the top bar.....
http://web1.co.douglas.or.us/tiki

Here is some info:
I am being told that IE6 displays the menu no problem, IE7 and Firefox is not....

It is only the Mose Theme....other themes seem to work fine....

any ideas on an angle I can take to solve this?

posts: 254 Japan

The mose.css file you are using appears to be a little old. Try using this one — current branch 1.9 mose.css — to see if the problem is fixed. Any modifications done to the mose.css you're currently using will have to be done to the new file, of course. WinMerge is a good (Windows) free program for comparing files and merging differences.

Actually security vulnerabilities have been found in Tiki sites older than 1.9.9, so updating overall would be a good idea if you haven't already done so.

-- Gary

posts: 8 Canada

Hi, and as usual, glad for all the help this forum provides.

I just created a new site with tikiwiki 2.0 and have spent a lot of time trying to get Kubrick to work. This site is experimental. I wanted to play with 2.0 before upgrading 3-4 other sites.

Having experienced security related problems in the past i agree, upgrading is wise.

Problem: horizontal menu (ID-43) does not work well.

1) It is invisible if not logged in on IE7 and FF3, (all groups are enabled)
2) Logged in: Visible and works well with IE7 but not FF3.
3) FF3 - menu visible, but no response with hover or link

Any ideas ?

Rbryn

The mose.css file you are using appears to be a little old. Try using this one — current branch 1.9 mose.css — to see if the problem is fixed. Any modifications done to the mose.css you're currently using will have to be done to the new file, of course. WinMerge is a good (Windows) free program for comparing files and merging differences.

Actually security vulnerabilities have been found in Tiki sites older than 1.9.9, so updating overall would be a good idea if you haven't already done so.

-- Gary


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