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one of those appears to be a module, which I dont have - the other seems to be a file change but which file?

The first one isn't a module; it's a php function that, if you want to get your hands dirty, might help you with a solution. ;)

 

Having said that, the second, which is a contribution, would probably be a better, more complete way to go. All the information is contained within the readme file in the download.

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The first one isn't a module; it's a php function that, if you want to get your hands dirty, might help you with a solution. ;)

 

Having said that, the second, which is a contribution, would probably be a better, more complete way to go. All the information is contained within the readme file in the download.

 

 

thanks for your kind assistance, will check it out soonest. :thumbsup:

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Please bear with me on this as this is all new to me: Using option 2 above

 

I have downloaded the database.php and opened it in notepad. But, I am not understanding the following:

 

1) Use phpMyAdmin or a similar db manager (?)

 

then later

 

1) run the following sql on your sql database;

 

then it gives me some lines of text to add to the program

 

Sorry but this is alien to me

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Use phpMyAdmin or a similar db manager (?)

Your host will usually provide a mechanism through which you can manage your database. Often this is called phpMyAdmin. Ask your host if you cannot find it, or a similar manager.

 

run the following sql on your sql database;

This will probably be more clear once you access your database manager. :)

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Your host will usually provide a mechanism through which you can manage your database. Often this is called phpMyAdmin. Ask your host if you cannot find it, or a similar manager.

This will probably be more clear once you access your database manager. :)

 

thanks again :thumbsup:

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