#1 ionize CMS core: bug report » Firefox 47 & 48 - no backend issue? » 2016-08-12 15:34:33

lagen
Replies: 1

Hi
I've just updated from ionize 1.0.7 to 1.0.9 ... this thing was driving me crazy until i found that with chrome everything works (?) almost fine.
But no way in firefox, I can access to my admin page but I only see the labels and the sidebar on left, but anything else is working. If i click on a label my cursor starts to spin and than stops, but nothing happens.
Does anyone have any suggestion?
Many thanks
L

#2 Re: Installation » Cannot login to admin page (no errors) » 2016-04-24 21:06:32

Hi
I tried to update from 1.07 to version 1.08.1 and than to 1.09 ( the one from github) without any success until i deleted the .htaccess in the root and put the old one by version 1.07.
Now it works.
Hope it helps
L

#4 Re: How to? » [solved]Incremental value [/solved] » 2015-01-17 06:39:02

Hi Kink,
thank you so much, it works like a charm.
I must go back to school smile
L

edit:
Looking back at the code I'm wondering why I not thought it before. I used the tag index following [solved]<ion:id_article /> image gallery ion:medias tag, but I continued to use <ion:media:index /> tag
roll

#5 Re: How to? » [solved]Incremental value [/solved] » 2015-01-16 10:02:34

Thank you, I'll give it a try asap and I'll be back to you
smile

#6 How to? » [solved]Incremental value [/solved] » 2015-01-13 16:04:43

lagen
Replies: 5

Hi all
I'm stuck on a test. I would like to have in a slider an indipendent caption. To reach this I'd need to have an incremental id based on the medias tag something like <div id="caption+var" ...> (so to obtain id="caption1... caption2... and so on)
I yet also tried with id tag (<ion:...:id />)  but without success. Could anyone point me in the right direction?
I'm using static element to create the slides, the goal is to have a static image if the relative articles are minus than 2.
I was able to create the structure and the fading between the images works fine, but no way to get the number sequence.

the code in my page is more and less the following:

<?php if ('<ion:page:name />' == 'home' ) :?>
<?php $val = 0; ?>
<ion:page id="homesliders">
<div id="slider" class="myslider">
  <ion:articles:article:element:alfa:items all="true"><?php $val += intval('<ion:count />'); ?>
    <ion:alfa-slide:medias type="picture">
<img src="<ion:media:src />" alt="thealt" title="thetitle" />
</ion:alfa-slide:medias>
</ion:articles:article:element:alfa:items>
</div>
<ion:articles><?php $val += intval('<ion:article:medias:count type="picture" />'); ?>
<!this is the latest test...--->
<?php
    for($i=1; $i<=$val; $i++){
        echo  '<div id="caption'.$i.'"class="do-the-stuff" >';
if ($val >= $val) {
        break; 
    }
    }
    ?>
    <ion:article>
      <ion:title tag="h1" />
        <p><ion:content /></p>
</ion:article>
</div>   
</ion:articles>
<!--testing the total numbers of media<p><?php
$colors = array("$val");

foreach ($colors as $value) {
    echo "$value <br>";
     $val++;
}
?></p>-->                   
</ion:page>
<?php endif ;?>

thank you in advance

#7 Re: Important Survey: why did you tried ionize CMS? » Why Ionize, Why Not ? It's great ? It sucks ? Tell us ! » 2014-09-01 13:44:24

Hi
I switched from wordpress. I'm a curious ;P and for now I like Ionize because it's fast, light and simple to use (at least so far) big_smile

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