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  • Set Up the ZOO Item Module - YOOtheme
    have the typical configurations of a Joomla module Give the module a name enable it and choose the module position for it On the right you can set the module parameters Here is a description of the fields Theme Select how the items should look like in the ZOO item module Choose between the predefined themes or create your own one To do so check out this tutorial Items Here you can choose the app one of its categories and an item type of which you want to show items in this module In the next option you can set whether the items of the subcategory of the chosen one should be included or not Media Position If you display an image of the item choose where it should be aligned Item Count Choose how many items you wan to show in the module Item Order In this option you determine the order of the displayed items Module Class Suffix Set template specific module class suffixes to change the appearing of the module in the frontend Click on Save in the top right corner and the item module will be shown to your visitors Documentation on Github Help us out
    http://www.yootheme.com/zoo/documentation/getting-started/set-up-the-zoo-item-module (2012-12-07)


  • Set Up the ZOO Tag Module - YOOtheme
    on ZOO Tag On the left you have the typical configurations of a Joomla module Give the module a name enable it and choose the module position for it On the right you can set the module parameters Here is a description of the fields Theme Select how the items should look like in the ZOO tag module Choose between the predefined themes or create your own one To do so check out this tutorial Application Category Here you can choose the app and one of its categories of which you want to show tags in this module In the next option you can set whether the tags of the subcategory of the chosen one should be included or not Tag Count Choose how many tags you wan to show in the module Tag Order In this option you determine the order of the displayed tags Module Class Suffix Set template specific module class suffixes to change the appearing of the module in the frontend Click on Save in the top right corner and the tag module will be shown to your visitors Documentation on Github Help us out If you are feeling that our documentation has errors or can
    http://www.yootheme.com/zoo/documentation/getting-started/set-up-the-zoo-tag-module (2012-12-07)

  • Create And Manage Comments - YOOtheme
    all further comments of the same user will be approved automatically The last setting Time between user posts lets you set the time in seconds how long a user have to wait until he can post a new comment This setting prevents flood spamming The following setting lets you configure the email notifications If you enter an email adress you ll get notified each time a new comment is posted If you enable the Email on reply setting users will be notified of a reply to their comments The next setting is about the avatar You can choose whether the avatar is shown or not If you set it to yes a small avatar is shown next to each comment If your visitors have a Gravatar account at www gravatar com their gravatar image is set as the avatar for their comments automatically You also have to enable showing the Facebook avatar Additionally in this block you can set the order of comments Latest last Latest first and the depth of nested comments Nested means that the comments will be shown indented when someone replies to a comment In the next setting you can enable the Facebook connect to let your visitors login with their Facebook accounts Their Facebook profile image will be displayed as avatar for their comments We made a tutorial to show you how to setup Facebook connect The next setting is for enabling the Twitter connect to let your visitors login with their Twitter accounts Their Twitter profile image will be displayed as avatar for their comments We made a tutorial to show you how to setup Twitter connect The last two settings of this section let you filter spam out of the comments by using the external services of Akismet com and Mollom com These services check if the comment seems to be spam or not If a comment is identified as spam and the system moves it to the spam folder We recommend against using the CAPTCHA mechanism because the above mentioned spam preventing services are much more user friendly The user won t notice anything and doesn t have to fill out extra fields You ll have to register at those sites to get access to their services In addition to prevent spam we added a blacklist feature This means that when a comment contains any word from the blacklist in its content name URL e mail or IP it will be marked as spam Managing the comments Click on the app instance in the tab bar of the ZOO extension then click on Comments in the second tab bar You see all comments used in your app instance including the comment author the text of the comment and the commented item Everything in one view On top of the list you have a search field and in the top right corner dropdown fields to filter your comments You can easily see which of the comments are not approved yet A small Not
    http://www.yootheme.com/zoo/documentation/getting-started/create-and-manage-comments (2012-12-07)

  • Set Up Facebook Connect - YOOtheme
    to www developers facebook com and log in with your Facebook account data On the following screen click on Set Up New Application in the top right corner Give your new application a name in my example name it is ZOO comments Accept the Facebook terms and click on Create Application You must also fill in your Site URL details for the FB Connect to work correctly You have to enter the URL of the site where you are using the ZOO extension Type it in the field Site URL It is important to put the at the end of the URL After this click on Save Changes at the bottom Now you see the essential information about the Facebook application Copy the Application ID and the Secret from this site switch to your ZOO installation and paste it into the according fields in the comments configuration and enable Facebook connect with the radio button Click on Save in the top right corner to save your settings in the ZOO extension Using Facebook connect in your comments After you have set up Facebook connect the visitors of your site will see a Facebook connect button underneath the comment field Pressing
    http://www.yootheme.com/zoo/documentation/getting-started/set-up-facebook-connect (2012-12-07)

  • Set Up Twitter Connect - YOOtheme
    click on Config in the second tab bar Click on Comments on the right side so you can see the configuration with the Twitter settings Leave this browser window open and go to twitter com apps and log in with your Twitter account data On the following screen click on Register a new application Now you have to fill out the form we will only mention the fields that are required to get Twitter connect to work Give your new application a name in my example we name it ZOO comments and a description You ll also have to type in the URL of your Joomla installation with the ZOO extension Choose Browser for the application type Type in your URL for the callback URL set the default access type to Read Write and choose Yes to use Twitter for login Enter the captcha and click on Save at the bottom After this you will be redirected to a site with an overview of your application Copy the consumer key and the consumer secret from the following site switch to your ZOO installation and paste it into the according fields in the comments configuration and enable the Twitter connect with the radio button Click on Save in the top right corner to save your settings in the ZOO extension Using Twitter connect in your comments After you have set up the Twitter connect the visitors of your site will see a Twitter connect button underneath the comment field Pressing the button will redirect the visitor to a Twitter login site and after typing in the login details they have to allow the application to get data from their Twitter account After this they will be able to post a comment as a twitter user You are all set Documentation on
    http://www.yootheme.com/zoo/documentation/getting-started/set-up-twitter-connect (2012-12-07)

  • Set Up the ZOO Comment Module - YOOtheme
    a module a name enable it and choose the module position for it On the right you can set the module parameters Here is a description of the fields Theme Select how the items should look like in the ZOO comment module Choose between the predefined themes or create your own one To do so check out this tutorial Application Category Here you can choose the app and one of its categories of which you want to show comments in this module In the next option you can set whether the tags of the subcategory of the chosen one should be included or not Comment Count Choose how many comments you want to show in the module Show Avatar Avatar Size Select whether the avatar of the comments should be displayed and select the size of it Show Author Choose if you want to show the comment author Show Meta Data Select whether you want to show the date of the comment and the link to the comment Module Class Suffix Set template specific module class suffixes to change the appearance of the module Click on Save in the top right corner and the comment module will be shown to
    http://www.yootheme.com/zoo/documentation/getting-started/set-up-the-zoo-comment-module (2012-12-07)

  • Where is the Changelog - YOOtheme
    which can be found in each module folder modules MODULENAME changelog php While all efforts are made to keep the changelog up to date and accurate it should be considered non exhaustive and proper file comparison tools should be used to locate any modifications that may conflict with your installation Documentation on Github Help us out If you are feeling that our documentation has errors or can be improved fork
    http://www.yootheme.com/zoo/documentation/getting-started/where-is-the-changelog-3 (2012-12-07)

  • How To Solve Zoo Issues - YOOtheme
    having trouble with functions in the ZOO this might be due to a jQuery conflict Please read this tutorial on how to detect and resolve the problem Unstyled content no CSS being loaded This might be due to file permission issues Please read this tutorial on how to detect and resolve the problem Blank Page This is most likely due to a php error being thrown Please enable the display errors parameter in your php ini Only with an error message the problem can be found Another way to check for PHP errors is to have a look at your PHP error log The PHP log shows information on errors and warnings thrown by PHP Your host should have configured PHP to write that information to a log rather than output them on screen Please check this guide to PHP error messages for webdesigners for a more thourough view on the subject Documentation on Github Help us out If you are feeling that our documentation has errors or can be improved fork it at Github and send us a pull request Any contribution is much appreciated Thank you Latest News Drive Theme The YOOteam in California Joomla World Conference MiCasa
    http://www.yootheme.com/zoo/documentation/troubleshooting/how-to-solve-zoo-issues (2012-12-07)