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Sorry if this has been answered before, but my eyes can't hold up to scrolling through pages and pages of old posts. Yeah, I'm gettin' old, I know it....

Was just wonderin' if there was a DKP type module out there for DF? Something to more or less keep track of raid attendance. WOuld be great if it's tied into the Events Calander and when you sign up for an event you get credit once the list is 'validated' by a certain ranked person on the site. Does this make sense, or am I rambling? Sorry if I'm rambling, but I know just enough about this stuff to make myself sound stupid.

Thanks for helpin' this n00b out!


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No there is no such module.

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Then how would I go about doing something like what this place did?

eqdemo.flippyhosting.com/dkp/

Some way to do a blank module/block that I can have the information from a subdomain displayed? Kind of like a big <iframe>?


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You could make your own module with IFrames. Though IFrames are usually not very comfortable to work in.

An example index.php for such a module would look like this:


<?

if (!
defined("CPG_NUKE"))
exit;

include(
"header.php");

OpenTable();

?>

<iframe href="/dkp.php" width="100%" height="500">This page requires IFrames to work correctly, which is really just a hack introduced by MS, but most new browsers support it. <a href="http://www.getfirefox.com">Get Firefox!</a></iframe>

<?

CloseTable();
include("footer.php");

?>


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