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The Dolphin Friends block places everything in a single column and this is a big waste of space. It may look okay in a narrow column down one side, but it looks shocking in a wider column. I'd like to have the listing in three cloumns similar to the lower two samples in my photo. They're Modzzz modules. Any suggestions?  
17h ago
The site seems to be loading okay as HTTPS. I did add the following rule to .htaccess at the suggestion of ProfessorSir some time back. RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://www.mysite.com/$1 [R,L] If I recall, nothing happended until I added the rule, but the problem with news feeds actually started from the outset - When the clean script was loaded onto the server and running as http. I'm sorry for this flurry of problems, but I'm trying to mov
17h ago
Then there is a possibility that the cli version of php that is being used to run cron jobs on the dolphin 7.3.5 site is not the php 5.6 version.On a lot of installs of PHP. The command line version(cli) of PHP used is not the same as the one the web site uses. So that is what i suspect now.
20h ago
This is what I have noticed.  If you have your site set up for https and you visit using the http then the News feeds won't resolve.  So check your address bar and see if it states http or https.  Even with the header.inc.php file set to https:, going directly to the http port 80 results in News feeds not being able to load. If this is the case for you, then you need to redirect port 80 to 443 for your website.  There are a couple of ways to do this depending on how you are set up on your server.
20h ago
Hi Deano,  I apologise. It was very remiss of me for failing to supply that information. It was 3am and I needed so sleep. I'll go through it carefully: I'm using Vesta Panel with Ubantu 16.04 for the first time. Generally it looks very good. It seems it install with PHP 7.00 or thereabout. I installed to clean versions of dolphin under two separate users. That allowed me to install separate versions of PHP under each user. User1 is running a clean install of Dol
22h ago
Based on errors here is what i think.If your running Dolphin 7.3.5 or lower, then you most likely are trying to run it on PHP 7.0.0 or up. The fatal error of PHP Fatal error:  Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function mysql_pconnect() tells me that because mysql_pconnect does not exist in PHP 7 and up.If your running Dolphin 7.4.0 or higher, then you have a problem with your dolphin files. Some of them did not get over written when you uploaded them. Again, the thing that tells m
1d ago
What version of dolphin?And what version of PHP is installed?
1d ago
I'm slowly chipping away at all the Cron messages, but I find this one interesting: --------------------- PHP Warning:  Use of undefined constant MYSQL_ASSOC - assumed 'MYSQL_ASSOC' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /home/xx/web/mysite.com/public_html/inc/classes/BxDolDb.php on line 40 PHP Fatal error:  Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function mysql_pconnect() in /home/xx/web/mysite.com/public_html/inc/classes/BxDolDb.php:66 Stack trace: #0 /hom
1d ago
  What tool or solution do you use to capture and inform new user who visit your url for the first time?  For my site I was running years ago, I created an animated video showing the site features. Adding that to the sites Facebook page helped introduce members to the features. It really helped the first-timers learn what they could do. It was used on a splash page and the about page.  
2d ago
We have a public relations officer that will go to their profile page and leave a message in their guestbook.  The PR officer also lets others know that a new member has join and encourages them to go and leave a "hello" on their page as well.
3d ago
 
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