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Post by PoodleyPie on May 10th 2018, 6:44 pm

Hi,

I'd like a simple code where I can choose rotating dog quotes I'd like for my forum. This is where I'd write in the quotes I want. I saw another Forum member with their code but it links to an external site.

I guess mine would be sort of the Slide Show Generator without the pics; instead it would be text that I add. Maybe like a "Quote Generator". I've googled around for a week but haven't found a thing.

I have phpbb3.

Thanks!


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Post by Wecoc on May 10th 2018, 9:18 pm

That is not hard to make, you only have to use one of the default options to display one single quote, and later using javascript you just modify its content to pick a new content from a list.

You can use two things:
Homepage message or an Announcement
Using a Homepage message it's a bit easier but it can only be displayed in the homepage, instead an Announcement can be displayed in the homepage, in the portal or in every page. Of course if you are already using one of these properties for other reasons just pick the other one.

How to define a Homepage message:

Go to AP Display Homepage Generalities Homepage message

There you can set the Homepage title and its default content, which should be
Code:
<br />
(empty) but first you can set here another text to test how the quote will display.

How to define an Announcement:

Go to AP General Messages and e-mails Announcements

There pick these options:

Activate announcements :

Yes

Announcements display :

(As you want)

Scrolling :

Deactivate


In the same page, click to create an Announcement which will be used as the default content.
There you can set the Announcement title and its default content, which should be
Code:
<br />
again.



Once you decided which one you want to use I'll tell you how to make it display a random quote from a list.
Also if you don't want it random but want a different one every day of the week or month, that is also possible.
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Post by PoodleyPie on May 10th 2018, 9:36 pm

I'd like on the Home Page in the center, and if possible, to the right of the Slide Show. If that's not possible, centered below the Slide Show. Ideally there would be a new one every 15 minutes, in italics. They don't have to be random.

I'm thrilled at the prospect of this! Thank you, Wecoc! Smile
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Post by Wecoc on May 10th 2018, 10:09 pm

I'd like on the Home Page in the center, and if possible, to the right of the Slide Show.
The Homepage message is displayed right there, to the right of the left container (widgets) and in the center, as you said.
The Announcement is displayed right over that one, but also over the widgets, completely centered. This can probably be changed on the templates.
But looks like you are already using a Homepage message with title "Greetings!", it that case I recommend using Announcement for the quotes.
To make the code I need to know which one you will use.

Ideally there would be a new one every 15 minutes, in italics.
Ok that is a bit harder but I can try. How many different quotes would there be approximately?
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Post by PoodleyPie on May 10th 2018, 11:21 pm

Wecoc, sorry for the delay, I've been trying to figure if a daily quote on the home page in the Greetings section will make it look cluttered and be a distraction. I really should have thought this through before asking.

However, I think quote thingy at the very bottom of the home page, centered above the footerbar photo would be cool, but that seems like a lot of work for you. If it's pretty easy, however, and you want to try it, I'm all for it. Just please use white font of 13px in italics. If not, like I said, it's okay.

Regarding an announcements quote, just curious - do you mean that a quote would be on the announcements sticky post, like here? http://poodlecrossbreeds.forumotion.com/f11-start-here-tips-tricks-what-you-need-to-know. If so, I don't want you to bother, because I probably will make very, very, very few announcements.

Let me know! Thanks!

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Post by Wecoc on May 11th 2018, 12:10 am

There are topics called Announcement or Global Announcement but it's not the same, I know the name is a bit confusing.
The one I'm talking about is part of the header, and you can set if it will display only in homepage or in every page.

It works like the 'Greetings section' you have now, but with the differences I said, and also without a title, only its content.
It would look something like this but as far as you didn't enable it I'm not sure how it looks like in your forum...

Spoiler:

Well, maybe it goes over the date and the ad, I'm not sure

As you can see it's not very distracting because it's only in the homepage.
Sadly in this case it's not easy to move it to the footer, it's possible but I think it's not worth it scratch
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Post by SLGray on May 11th 2018, 10:11 am

How about just adding the quotes to the announcement area and have them scroll?


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Post by PoodleyPie on May 11th 2018, 2:02 pm

SL Gray, nice idea and I tried it (see forum), but I really like the look of Wecoc's idea which has rounded borders and adds separation between the ads and the Greetings section. SLG, it's also nice to know this possible!

So Wecoc, let's go for it! Thanks!
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Post by Wecoc on May 11th 2018, 5:21 pm

My example didn't have rounded borders, but I see it appears out the main page border so it would be a nice addition.

Screen:

Note:
You used an unnecessary line jump
Code:
<br />
in your example quotes. The result wouldn't have those so the Announcement height would be practically half what it is now. Something like this: https://i.servimg.com/u/f62/14/49/87/10/ads11.png

It looks better than with the blue plain background, in my opinion.
This is the CSS used to make it look like in my screen:
AP Display Colors CSS Stylesheet

Code:
#fa_ticker_block .module {
  background-color: #faf4d8;
  border: solid 1px #000;
  border-radius: 5px;
  box-shadow: 8px 8px 6px -6px #555;
}

But this is only the CSS format.

If you want the Javascript for different quotes every 15 minutes you will have to set only one Announcement, its content should be only
Code:
<br />
and please deactivate the scroll. Also you didn't answer my question yet.
How many different quotes would there be approximately?
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Post by PoodleyPie on May 12th 2018, 1:05 am

@Wecoc wrote:
...If you want the Javascript for different quotes every 15 minutes you will have to set only one Announcement, its content should be only
Code:
<br />
and please deactivate the scroll. Also you didn't answer my question yet.
How many different quotes would there be approximately?

I've been tinkering with this with your CSS Code, only changing the background color to transparent (nice).

I've been thinking of somewhere between 50 to 100 quotes.

I clearly see why you think a Javascript code is better - Here's only three codes for the page, so 50 to 100 would really be annoying:



I added that for others to see.

So I love the idea of only one Announcement for all the quotes. I rather like the faster scrolling, so I was thinking that instead of one every fifteen minutes, to have one every 30 seconds, with alternative to one every minute in case I change my mind later.

Thank you for your patience and help; designing the forum has involved a lot of thought.


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Post by Wecoc on May 12th 2018, 9:29 pm

Here's the Javascript.

Code:
$(function() {
  // How many time (in minutes) will wait until changes the quote again
  var quote_change_time = 1;
 
  // Set here all the quotes
  var quotes = [
    "\"Quote A\" - Some man",
    "\"Quote B\" - Some other man",
    "\"Quote C\" - Who knows",
    "\"Quote D\" - Albert Einstein (he always says quotable things)",
    "\"Quote E\" - Someone who wasn't Einstein at all",
    "\"Quote F\" - Me",
    "\"Quote G\" - Your mum",
    "\"Quote H\" - Why do I keep doing this",
    "\"Quote I\" - Ok that's enough" // Don't include comma in the last one!
  ];
 
  // Set true to pick a random quote every time, false to pick the next one in the list
  var quoteRand = false;
 
  refreshQuote();
 
  function refreshQuote() {
    $('.fa_ticker_content div').filter(function(){
      this.innerHTML = '<i>' + parseQuoteText() + '</i>';
    });
    setTimeout(function (){ refreshQuote() }, quote_change_time * 1000 * 60);
  }
 
  function parseQuoteText() {
    var current_time = new Date();
    var last_time = localStorage.quote_last_time;
    var current_quote_id = localStorage.quote_last_id;
    if (!last_time) {
      last_time = current_time;
      localStorage.quote_last_time = current_time;
    } else {
      last_time = Date.parse(last_time);
    }
    if (!current_quote_id) {
      current_quote_id = 0;
      localStorage.quote_last_id = current_quote_id;
    }
    if (Math.abs(current_time - last_time) * 1000 * 60 > quote_change_time) {
      if (quoteRand) {
        current_quote_id = Math.floor(Math.random()*quotes.length);
      } else {
        current_quote_id = (current_quote_id + 1) % quotes.length;
      }
      localStorage.quote_last_id = current_quote_id;
      localStorage.quote_last_time = current_time;
    }
    return quotes[current_quote_id];
  }
});

Title: Announcement Quotes
Placement: In all the pages

How to configurate this: You will see the information in the start of the code, you only have to change:
quote_change_time -> How often will it change, in minutes.
You want it less than a minute? Search * 60 in the code (appears twice) and delete it, so the variable will be counted in seconds instead.

quotes -> All the quotes listed. Caution: The character " has to be written \", see the examples.

quoteRand -> Pick random quotes every time, or ordered if you prefer.
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Post by PoodleyPie on May 13th 2018, 12:57 am

I'll retrace my steps so you can see the problems I encountered, and maybe you can see what went wrong.

1) I deleted the few quotes I had in the Announcements section and installed your exact Javascript in the Java section.

Without anything in the Announcements, however, the javascript code did not work, and no quotes appeared.




So I filled out one announcement on the list, leaving that one (Quote 1) blank. The Javascript code only works when something is there, even if it's blank as seen in the pic below.




2) So now the Quotes from the javascript code works - but still has problems:

a) They are 'jumpy', i.e., they don't scroll and transition smoothly (see my page),

b) Although it's set to 'false' for randomness, they are random. I tried both true and false but still random.
Code:
          var quoteRand = false;

c) Although your code has a scrolling speed of 1 minute, I found that the speed in Announcements section (see first photo) dominates. I actually like 10 seconds, and followed your instructions to reset the javascript by deleting the * 60 in both places of the script (see where I modified it below from minutes to seconds). So even though the Announcement and the Javascript are in sync, it's still a jumpy transition.


Code:
$(function() {
          // How many time (in minutes) will wait until changes the quote again
          var quote_change_time = 10;
       
          // Set here all the quotes
          var quotes = [
            "\"Quote A\" - Some man",
            "\"Quote B\" - Some other man",
            "\"Quote C\" - Who knows",
            "\"Quote D\" - Albert Einstein (he always says quotable things)",
            "\"Quote E\" - Someone who wasn't Einstein at all",
            "\"Quote F\" - Me",
            "\"Quote G\" - Your mum",
            "\"Quote H\" - Why do I keep doing this",
            "\"Quote I\" - Ok that's enough" // Don't include comma in the last one!
          ];
       
          // Set true to pick a random quote every time, false to pick the next one in the list
          var quoteRand = false;
       
          refreshQuote();
       
          function refreshQuote() {
            $('.fa_ticker_content div').filter(function(){
              this.innerHTML = '<i>' + parseQuoteText() + '</i>';
            });
            setTimeout(function (){ refreshQuote() }, quote_change_time * 1000 );
          }
       
          function parseQuoteText() {
            var current_time = new Date();
            var last_time = localStorage.quote_last_time;
            var current_quote_id = localStorage.quote_last_id;
            if (!last_time) {
              last_time = current_time;
              localStorage.quote_last_time = current_time;
            } else {
              last_time = Date.parse(last_time);
            }
            if (!current_quote_id) {
              current_quote_id = 0;
              localStorage.quote_last_id = current_quote_id;
            }
            if (Math.abs(current_time - last_time) * 1000  > quote_change_time) {
              if (quoteRand) {
                current_quote_id = Math.floor(Math.random()*quotes.length);
              } else {
                current_quote_id = (current_quote_id + 1) % quotes.length;
              }
              localStorage.quote_last_id = current_quote_id;
              localStorage.quote_last_time = current_time;
            }
            return quotes[current_quote_id];
          }
        });

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Post by PoodleyPie on May 13th 2018, 12:59 am

Oh, also how do I change the font size?

Thanks.
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Post by Wecoc on May 13th 2018, 1:17 am

1) Yep, you need one empty Announcement to make it work, I said that somewhere. It has to be only one or the no random option will still seem like it's random because it would be applied differently in every one.

2) Yes, they are 'jumpy', I didn't implement scroll because I thought it was not needed...
If you want them to scroll I will try implement that in the code directly, but you will have to deactivate that in the Announcement option. Just set it to "No scroll".

3) Add this in your CSS:

Code:
.fa_ticker_content {
  font-size: 16px;
  font-weight: 600;
}

#fa_ticker_container, #fa_ticker {
  height: 32px !important;
}

Delete the font-weight line if you don't want it bold, I just thought it looked a bit better. Play with the font-size and height numbers too until you got the perfect size.
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Post by PoodleyPie on May 13th 2018, 2:38 am

@Wecoc wrote:1) Yep, you need one empty Announcement to make it work, I said that somewhere. It has to be only one or the no random option will still seem like it's random because it would be applied differently in every one...

Ok, so I have only one announcement, but the content in it is as empty as I could get it. It would not save when I tried to remove the break code (see photo below) and still is random. I hope this is what you meant:



Your suggestion in #2 would be wonderful, thank you.
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Post by Wecoc on May 14th 2018, 6:36 pm

Yes, that's what I meant.
Sorry for the wait, that scroll thing was a bit more difficult than expected. But I tried this in my test forum and it seems to be working fine now.

Code:
$(function() {
  // How many time (in seconds) will wait until changes the quote again
  var quote_change_time = 10;
 
  // Set here all the quotes
  var quotes = [
    "\"Quote A\" - Some man",
    "\"Quote B\" - Some other man",
    "\"Quote C\" - Who knows",
    "\"Quote D\" - Albert Einstein (he always says quotable things)",
    "\"Quote E\" - Someone who wasn't Einstein at all",
    "\"Quote F\" - Me",
    "\"Quote G\" - Your mum",
    "\"Quote H\" - Why do I keep doing this",
    "\"Quote I\" - Ok that's enough" // Don't include comma in the last one!
  ];
 
  // Set true to pick a random quote every time, false to pick the next one in the list
  var quoteRand = false;
 
  refreshQuote();
 
  function refreshQuote() {
    $('.fa_ticker_content div').filter(function(){
      this.innerHTML = '<i>' + parseQuoteText() + '</i>';
    });
    setTimeout(function (){ scrollQuote() }, quote_change_time * 1000);
  }
 
  function scrollQuote() {
    var current_top = 0;
    $('.fa_ticker_content div').filter(function(){
      if (!this.style.top) { this.style.top = "0px"; }
      var last_top = parseInt(this.style.top);
      current_top = last_top + 1;
      if (current_top >= 16) {
        current_top = -16;
        refreshQuote();
      }
      this.style.top = current_top + "px";
    });
    if (current_top != 0) {
      setTimeout(function (){ scrollQuote() }, 10);
    }
  }
 
  function parseQuoteText() {
    var current_time = new Date();
    var last_time = localStorage.quote_last_time;
    var current_quote_id = localStorage.quote_last_id;
    if (!last_time) {
      last_time = current_time;
      localStorage.quote_last_time = current_time;
    } else {
      last_time = Date.parse(last_time);
    }
    if (!current_quote_id) {
      current_quote_id = 0;
      localStorage.quote_last_id = current_quote_id;
    }
    if (Math.abs(current_time - last_time) * 1000 > quote_change_time) {
      if (quoteRand) {
        current_quote_id = Math.floor(Math.random()*quotes.length);
      } else {
        current_quote_id = (current_quote_id + 1) % quotes.length;
      }
      localStorage.quote_last_id = current_quote_id;
      localStorage.quote_last_time = current_time;
    }
    return quotes[current_quote_id];
  }
});

If the scrolling is a bit too fast search this line:
Code:
setTimeout(function (){ scrollQuote() }, 10);
and change the 10 to a higher value.


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Post by PoodleyPie on May 15th 2018, 1:31 pm

Thank you, Wecoc!
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Post by Draxion on May 15th 2018, 3:36 pm

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Post by PoodleyPie on May 15th 2018, 11:27 pm

Well, the only thing is I think it conflicts with Ange Tuteur's reprint of Google'slinenums or pretty print code, http://fmdesign.forumotion.com/t881-how-to-do-the-linenums#17739. It looks like the 2016 version, and seemed to be compatible with my phpbb3 forum.

Wecoc, your code for the quotes, a separate problem evolved: the line numbers disappeared when when I'd try to save code on a post. I use the Code button a lot on my forum in a hidden forum called Formotion Tutorials for easy look-up.

So rather than me continue to bother you, I've just done the announcements, but thankfully have that other piece of great code you gave me for scrolling. It's on post #9 in this thread, and the only thing I changed was the background-color to transparent.

Code:
        #fa_ticker_block .module {
          background-color: #faf4d8;
          border: solid 1px #000;
          border-radius: 5px;
          box-shadow: 8px 8px 6px -6px #555;
        }

By the way guys, I bought the Premium Package and have a new domain name and address now:
[url=ArtsyFartsyDogForum.com]Artsy Fartsy Dog Forum[/url]
I'm thrilled. With all the saved links I even figured out how to make a favicon that works, and the scrolling looks great.

So Wecoc, it's up to you. If you want to tinker with the announcement java code to see if it works with the linenum code, I'm okay with that and not in a hurry. If not, I'm happy too, b/c you in particular have helped with with a lot of other great codes, thank you again!


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Post by APE on May 16th 2018, 8:11 pm

@PoodleyPie As this is not solved yet I will mark it as in progress again,

Please only mark your thread as solved if you are 100% sure it is really solved.

Also please only ask about one problem in a thread and make a separate topic if you have other problems not related.



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Post by Wecoc on May 16th 2018, 8:39 pm

I don't see why this breaks that other code. Maybe it's a line break problem, try this:

Code:
$(function() {
  // How many time (in seconds) will wait until changes the quote again
  var quote_change_time = 10;
 
  // Set here all the quotes
  var quotes = [
    "\"Quote A\" - Some man",
    "\"Quote B\" - Some other man",
    "\"Quote C\" - Who knows",
    "\"Quote D\" - Albert Einstein (he always says quotable things)",
    "\"Quote E\" - Someone who wasn't Einstein at all",
    "\"Quote F\" - Me",
    "\"Quote G\" - Your mum",
    "\"Quote H\" - Why do I keep doing this",
    "\"Quote I\" - Ok that's enough" // Don't include comma in the last one!
  ];
 
  // Set true to pick a random quote every time, false to pick the next one in the list
  var quoteRand = false;
 
  refreshQuote();
 
  function refreshQuote() {
    $('.fa_ticker_content div').filter(function(){
      this.innerHTML = '<i>' + parseQuoteText() + '</i>';
    });
    setTimeout(function (){ scrollQuote() }, quote_change_time * 1000);
  };
 
  function scrollQuote() {
    var current_top = 0;
    $('.fa_ticker_content div').filter(function(){
      if (!this.style.top) { this.style.top = "0px"; }
      var last_top = parseInt(this.style.top);
      current_top = last_top + 1;
      if (current_top >= 16) {
        current_top = -16;
        refreshQuote();
      }
      this.style.top = current_top + "px";
    });
    if (current_top != 0) {
      setTimeout(function (){ scrollQuote() }, 10);
    }
  };
 
  function parseQuoteText() {
    var current_time = new Date();
    var last_time = localStorage.quote_last_time;
    var current_quote_id = localStorage.quote_last_id;
    if (!last_time) {
      last_time = current_time;
      localStorage.quote_last_time = current_time;
    } else {
      last_time = Date.parse(last_time);
    }
    if (!current_quote_id) {
      current_quote_id = 0;
      localStorage.quote_last_id = current_quote_id;
    }
    if (Math.abs(current_time - last_time) * 1000 > quote_change_time) {
      if (quoteRand) {
        current_quote_id = Math.floor(Math.random()*quotes.length);
      } else {
        current_quote_id = (current_quote_id + 1) % quotes.length;
      }
      localStorage.quote_last_id = current_quote_id;
      localStorage.quote_last_time = current_time;
    }
    return quotes[current_quote_id];
  };
});

I only added semicolons in the end of every function, nothing special at all, but could solve the incompatibility. You can copy the var quotes part from your current code if you already had set there your own quotes. Also, don't forget the " character must be \" instead there, because that may have caused your problem.

I believe I can't do anything else with this. Hope everything is ok from now Wink
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Post by PoodleyPie on May 17th 2018, 5:22 am

Wecoc, I spent the last hour or so saving on a Word doc, then deleting my announcement quotes; turned off the announcements, keeping only a blank one as you said earlier, then installing the new javascript.

It still didn't work out for me; must be something I overlooked. So I deleted the java then added the quotes back. I don't mind.

One really attractive thing came out of this which is the rounded top panel with scrolling quotes on your Posts #9 and #14. Fabulous! Looks so good it should be in the tips section for people with phpbb3.

Thank you for all your efforts and time, it is much appreciated.

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Post by SLGray on May 17th 2018, 5:41 am

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