The first two SEO options in Joomla are activated; the source code I get in the yv-form looks like:
alt='Bild, welches das geheime Wort enthält' />
'components/com_yvcomment/views/comment/tmpl/default.php' file has this line:
<img src='<?php echo JRoute::_('&option=com_yvcomment&task=displaycaptcha'); ?>'
Seems like JRoute doesn't work
. You may manually fix this, changing to static link, something like this:
<img src='/?option=com_yvcomment&task=displaycaptcha' />
... and wait for Joomla! fix in SVN (nightly build)...Edited:
or better turn SEF URLs off - without them it's Ok without any hacks!
See my BUG Report:
8732 - [url=http://joomlacode.org/gf/project/joomla/tracker/?action=TrackerItemEdit&tracker_item_id=8732]With SEF turned on JRouter looses 'option' in URL.
Also, when I get yvComment to work, it would be great to be able to show the add-comment-form only on demand; e.g. when the user clicks some link to make the form appear. Otherwise, being there all the time, the comments-form feels somehow disturbing to me.
Ok, I'll add this to my TODO list
So I upgraded today to Karibu and I tried to install yvComment and got a mess of errors...
JInstaller::install: The language file 'www/language/da-DK/da-DK.com_yvcomment.ini' could not be installed because the Administrator language package for 'da-DK' has not been installed or does not exist.
This Joomla! bug is already reported... you may ignore these messages now.
Error message: "You have an error in your SQL syntax. Check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'LIKE jos_content)' at line 1 SQL=CREATE TABLE jos_yvcomment (LIKE jos_content)"
SQL="CREATE TABLE jos_yvcomment (LIKE jos_content)"
Looks like you have MySQL v.4: It is not compatible with such 'LIKE' usage.
Better move to MySql 5 ... or patch yvComment to avoid usage of this keyword.
BTW, jos_yvcomment is not necessary (and you don't have to create it), if you "Use content table" (see more info on the homepage
... I'll add words about incompatibility with MySQL4 there too...
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