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Mike Morrison

Member Since 15 Mar 2012
Offline Last Active May 02 2016 04:06 PM

#37293 All-new forums!

Posted by Mike Morrison on 18 May 2012 - 08:03 PM

Good news everybody!

We ditched our old, ugly, difficult-to-search forum and switched everything over to the new and improved system you see before you now.

So welcome to the NEW Soholaunch forums. We have imported most of the content and member accounts form the old forums, so if you were a member there, you should be able to log-in here.

Also: We've archived some of the old forums (scroll down to the bottom of the main forum page), but you can still search and read them, as many contain valuable solutions.

Let us know what you think! We're still tweaking the styles and such, but I wanted to go ahead and redirect the old forums to here, because I know lots of you were having trouble with the search feature on the old forums.

If you have any trouble, please send me a private message or reply to this thread.

Thanks again for using Soholaunch!

#9035 Multiple shopping cart problems

Posted by Mike Morrison on 06 March 2007 - 12:14 PM

Hi Nigel,

What version are you running?

#7831 #TMENU# Font, Size & Color Changes?

Posted by Mike Morrison on 11 January 2007 - 01:21 AM

The style designation is for id="smt_menu". Add #smt_menu instead of .smt_menu in here:

Whoops. My bad. :ehheh:

Glad lwyau was here to correct me. :)

...edited that original post to correct the code error.

#7212 Soholaunch Hacked

Posted by Mike Morrison on 21 November 2006 - 09:41 PM

I sent you a email. Sure hope you can find the hacker.

Go in through FTP, look in your public_html folder, and kill any of these files (if you find them)...

Then log-in to sohoadmin. That should get you your home page back.

#4560 Trouble installing Soholaunch in CPannel

Posted by Mike Morrison on 10 April 2006 - 08:36 PM

Hi Miles,

Looks like an issue with the fantastico installer. Try updating Fantastico version to the latest if you can. If that doesn't work, I'll see if our guy over at Fantastico can shed any light on this next time I talk to himm

As a workaround, you may be able to get Pro Edition running by circumventing Fantastico and using our free installer (which you can download via our website) to install it on your website.

#1736 FAQ: File upload problems

Posted by Mike Morrison on 04 March 2005 - 12:07 AM

Problem: Cannot upload [insert file type here] files.

When you try to upload a file, here's what the product does:
1. Determine file type
2. Verify that file type is acceptable, otherwise show "File is not an accepted format..." error.
3. Copy file to appropriate folder (/images or /media). Show "System Error" if unable to copy.

"File is not an accepted format..." next to the file name...
The File Upload feature checks each uploaded file against a hard-coded 'white list' of file types/extensions. If a file's type/extension is not explicitly defined on this list it is rejected in the interest of end-user error prevention as well as security. This list is meant to be updated as new standards and technologies become popular. If you're encountering this error when trying to upload a certain type, check to see whether we're aware of it. As long as the file type is gennerally considered a 'safe' type (i.e. .wma, .mp3), we'll usually work it in to our next bulid.

"System Error!" next to the file name...
You're dealing with some sort of permissions or ownership problem with the 'images' and/or the 'media' folder.

First step is to check that permissions on 'images' and/or 'media' are set no tighter than 755.

If that doesn't do the trick, check that the owner and group settings for 'images' and/or 'media' are correct. If you're unsure what to use for user and group, the safe bets are typically 'apache.apache' if phpsuexec is disabled or 'nobody.nobody' if phpsuexec is enabled.

#1111 menu customization

Posted by Mike Morrison on 04 December 2004 - 11:44 AM

Howdy Stan,

i need to find out how to make changes to the vertical and horizontal menu systems(text size, color, offset, etc)

1. Make a copy of this file:

2. Rename it "custom.css" and stick in your template's directory (along with index.html, etc.)

3. Modify to your heart's content.

also how can i put little pics in front of each menu item easily?

Two options:

Option A. Through that custom.css I just mentioned (might need to look up CSS 'pseudo-classes' online)

Option B. Use a modified pgm-auto_menu.php

1. Make a copy of this file:

2. Stick in your template's directory (keep the name the same)

3. Check out the html it's sending out to make bullets for sub menu items (~ line #240)

4. Apply same logic to make bullets for main menu items (~ line #318)