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NoFantasy
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2006 1:11 pm Reply with quote

Why is it i can't use blocks('left') in the function themefooter() ?
This is a sample of what i'm trying to do:
Code:
function themeheader() {

    global $banners;
    echo "<body>\n";
    if ($banners) {
   include_once("includes/babanners1.php");
    }
   echo "<div id=\"logo\"></div>

<div id=\"menu\">
... a small horizontal menu here, not relevant...
</div>

<div id=\"centercontent\">\n";

   $public_msg = public_message();
   echo "<div id=\"public\">
$public_msg
</div>\n";
}


function themefooter() {
global $index;
   echo "</div>\n";

   echo "<div id=\"leftcontent\">\n";
   blocks('left');
   echo "</div>\n";

   if (defined('INDEX_FILE')) {
   echo "<div id=\"rightcontent\">\n";
   blocks('right');
   echo "</div>\n";
   } else {
   echo "<div id=\"norightcontent\"></div>\n";
   }

   echo "<div id=\"footer\">\n";
    footmsg();
   echo "</div>\n";
}

The CSS isn't really relevant either...at least i don't think it is, once i move the blocks('left') into the function themeheader() it's all ok.

However, i don't want to render the left blocks before the content, thats the reason i'm asking. I want the content of my page to appear as soon in the code as possible (yes, you guessed it...for SEO reasons of course).

Also, a bit offtopic but...why is it there is no difference using blocks('left') instead of just blocks('l') ?
 
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NoFantasy
PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2006 1:22 pm Reply with quote

...and the error i see in FireFox is:

The page isn't redirecting properly
Firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never complete.

IE and Opera stays white, just trying to load the pages...
 
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2006 2:58 pm Reply with quote

There should be no reason why you couldn't do that. We need to see error messages from your error log

Also, phpNuke blocks function doesn't care whether you use blocks("left") or blocks("l") - it only checks the first letter to determine if its left or right blocks.

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NoFantasy
PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2006 3:16 pm Reply with quote

...i assume you mean the apache error log? Don't have easy access to that one... but at least now i know it should be possible to use the blocks() "anywhere" i want.

Guess i just have to dig around, see if i have any flaws in the code somewhere else causing this to happen...which is probably the most likely reason. Thanks so far!

Thanks for the clarification about the use of left vs. l too!
 
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