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Post by cowboy » Tue Aug 23, 2005 8:53 pm

Guilliam,

I wasn't aware of what's been happening until you pm me. I was surprised.

I've been busy working with www.PinoyProfessionals.com which I put up together with some of my friends. I appreciate good/bad feedback.

About mambo, I hope it remains GNU/GPL.

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UPDATE:

We're officially launching the Pinoy Professionals Community Portal Site!

http://www.PinoyProfessionals.com

Features:
    * News, Articles and Blogs - share your thoughts and ideas
    * Directory - business directory, website directory, and more!
    * Classifieds - local and overseas jobs, for sale, housing, and personals
    * Gallery - photos submitted by the community members
    * Forum and Chat - active forum or chat

Using:
- Joomla-SMF Forum 1.0.2a by http://www.JoomlaHacks.com
- Community Builder Enhanced (hacked by JoomlaHacks.com)
- Noah Classifieds Bridge (not yet released by JoomlaHacks.com)
- Zoom Gallery
- and more

All feedbacks, critics are welcome!
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Post by guilliam » Tue Aug 23, 2005 9:10 pm

cowboy's forst post here! welcome aboard mate!!! and.. yeah.. i've noticed you've been busy since havent seen you much in your site, --> *ambohacks.com

about the site, nice layout!!,.. a little color harmony will do it better.. and again for my personal preferences.. i'll go for some curves and shadows. but of course, curves and shadows as mentioned is for my personal preference.

btw.. pls check in to: http://forum.opensourcematters.org/inde ... 126.0.html

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Post by cowboy » Tue Aug 23, 2005 9:20 pm

Thanks for the feedback Guilliam. (nag-signup ka na ba? haha)
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Post by audienceone » Tue Aug 23, 2005 9:58 pm

It'll always be GPL'ed... How about giving us a screenshot/snapshot cowboy? :) The site is nice. Is Noah Classifieds for m*mbo ready for production sites?

How about link exchange Cowboy? ;) http://www.caizine.com

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Post by cowboy » Tue Aug 23, 2005 10:16 pm

What screenshot? It's live now. It's just not launched formally.

I'm still testing the classifieds. But it seems everything's ok.

Sure we can do link exchange? Link from frontpage?
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Post by guilliam » Tue Aug 23, 2005 10:18 pm

hindi pa pare, i'll sign up next time.. ehhehe.. disregard the pm i sent you here in OSM.. kasi confirmed ikaw nga.. ehhehhe.

honga, in regards dun sa sinabi mo sa pinoy roll call trhead, thats what most *ambo developer did... gawa ng gawa NOT knowing what was happening. we went on our little info drive,.. syempre pinoy ang inuna naming inform..

since ilang araw na rin na hindi ka namin nakikita dito.. so i assumed na hindi mo pa nga alam ang nangyari.

aight.. aight.. sign up ako.. later.. ehhehehhe kita ko CEBU nangungu-na eh! if you need info's about cebu and articles.. pls feel free to ask.. i'll give you references.. one good reference is one of our site(made and managed by astang.com) :

http://www.cebucentral.com

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Post by audienceone » Tue Aug 23, 2005 10:26 pm

cowboy wrote: What screenshot? It's live now. It's just not launched formally.

I'm still testing the classifieds. But it seems everything's ok.

Sure we can do link exchange? Link from frontpage?
Screenshot here for the forum.

Frontpage will be excellent if it's fine with you. Will greatly help with PR™ ;)

@guilliam got an idea, I'll take cdocentral.com if it's available... :)
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Post by guilliam » Tue Aug 23, 2005 10:40 pm

try the domain pre..

in addition @cowboy.. i guess what @audienceone is saying is that screenie then post mo yung screenie dito sa forum.. better make it in the first post mo.. parang TEASER kung sa baga.
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Post by guilliam » Tue Aug 23, 2005 10:46 pm

honga pala.. pic mo @cowboy.. huwag mong itago yang kapo-gian mo.. btw dapat pic mo pare.. for personal touch daw sabi ng admin ng OSM forum. its not a RULE though, pero preferably pic mo. hehehe.. napa subo ka sa forum na toh noh!? ahihihi
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Post by cowboy » Tue Aug 23, 2005 11:02 pm

patay... baka ma discover ako sa dats eh!!! hmmmm
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Post by sc00zy » Tue Aug 23, 2005 11:14 pm

Hi :) I'm no Filipino but I just thought to drop by and give my opinion.

http://www.pinoyprofessionals.com/
- The header could be a bit heigher so it's more balanced out with the wide columns at each side.
- You use too much colors imho. The color of the left column doesn't show in the rest of the site. Multiple colors of green should be tones of one color green. Get my point?
- Overall the site is quite nice :)
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Post by cowboy » Tue Aug 23, 2005 11:17 pm

thanks for the input zcoozy!!! Did you sign-up? hehehe

Please let all feedbacks come in before I start retouching it.
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Post by sc00zy » Tue Aug 23, 2005 11:19 pm

cowboy wrote: thanks for the input zcoozy!!! Did you sign-up? hehehe

Please let all feedbacks come in before I start retouching it.
No problem. We're working on a Dutch showcase too :)
It's always nice to see other work and give your opinion about it.
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Post by guilliam » Tue Aug 23, 2005 11:26 pm

@sc00zy,.. hello mate! nice to see you drop by here at the Filipino Forums.. and its a priviledge to welcome the TOP OSM HITTER. "sc00zy" --> now the top OSM forum poster and hitter! ehhehehe (check the number of his post ehheheh.)

Welcome and Mabuhay!!!

please feel free to drop by more often specially on the site showcase. we certainly need non Filipino perspective and suggestions like yours.

see you around the threads! 

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Post by cowboy » Tue Aug 23, 2005 11:28 pm

Sige na nga... ayan na picture ko. hahahaha
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Post by sc00zy » Tue Aug 23, 2005 11:32 pm

guilliam wrote: @sc00zy,.. hello mate! nice to see you drop by here at the Filipino Forums.. and its a priviledge to welcome the TOP OSM HITTER. "sc00zy" --> now the top OSM forum poster and hitter! ehhehehe (check the number of his post ehheheh.)

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please feel free to drop by more often specially on the site showcase. we certainly need non Filipino perspective and suggestions like yours.
Thanks for the warm welcome :) I will drop by more often and check your beautifull designs over here! :)
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Post by maverick25 » Thu Aug 25, 2005 1:09 am

i agree with sc00zy with regards to too much colors, and not only that - i'll be frank - no color harmony.

let me teach you a bit of color theory 101: yellow and violet are complementary colors, they "complement" each other (see http://www.color-wheel-pro.com/color-theory-basics.html). now green is out of the picture because it doesn't form a "split complementary" with yellow and violet. but if you really want to use green, then you should have ditched violet for red violet because the yellow-green-red violet combination forms the split complements. likewise, play with color hues.

i would be happy to help you with your color scheme and web design. you know where to reach me, ochie - either pm me here or send a message to my gmail.  ;)  oi, magagaling ang web designers and html programmers ng momentum internet, why not tap the talents?  ;)  :D  ;D
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Post by cowboy » Thu Aug 25, 2005 2:40 pm

maverick25 wrote: i agree with sc00zy with regards to too much colors, and not only that - i'll be frank - no color harmony.

let me teach you a bit of color theory 101: yellow and violet are complementary colors, they "complement" each other (see http://www.color-wheel-pro.com/color-theory-basics.html). now green is out of the picture because it doesn't form a "split complementary" with yellow and violet. but if you really want to use green, then you should have ditched violet for red violet because the yellow-green-red violet combination forms the split complements. likewise, play with color hues.

i would be happy to help you with your color scheme and web design. you know where to reach me, ochie - either pm me here or send a message to my gmail.  ;)  oi, magagaling ang web designers and html programmers ng momentum internet, why not tap the talents?  ;)  :D  ;D
That's great Reine. i'll pm you.
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Post by cowboy » Thu Aug 25, 2005 7:46 pm

I made some color changes.
I hope it's better now!  ;)

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cowboy wrote: I hope it's better now!  ;)
It sure is! :)
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Post by cowboy » Fri Aug 26, 2005 1:45 pm

thanks for all the comments.  ;)
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Post by josh007 » Thu Nov 10, 2005 12:31 am

geez i didnt know cowboy is also pinoy..hahaha...langya nagbabasahan pala tayo ng mga post sa mga kung saan saan na forum hinde tayo nagkakaamuyan...hahaha...anyways...pleasure knowing everyone.

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Post by guilliam » Thu Nov 10, 2005 12:41 am

@josh007,

hope @cowboy wont mind me answering your question..

the log-in module that comes with the joomlahacks dot com's joomla-smf integration dapat naka install din yung yata yung component.

besides boss,.. why use only the log in module kung much better na integrate mo into one db ang joomla and smf. if you already have an existing na users and data sa smf db mo.. theres a synch button sa smf-joomla integration in which auto migrate and user list from smf to joomla and vice versa synch.
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josh007 wrote: geez i didnt know cowboy is also pinoy..hahaha...langya nagbabasahan pala tayo ng mga post sa mga kung saan saan na forum hinde tayo nagkakaamuyan...hahaha...anyways...pleasure knowing everyone.

One quick question for cowboy...pre, magkahiwalay ang joomla ko and smf forum...pano ko integrate yung sign in option lang? magkaiba yung database nila. Thanks in advance.
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Post by josh007 » Thu Nov 10, 2005 1:01 am

guilliam wrote: @josh007,

hope @cowboy wont mind me answering your question..

the log-in module that comes with the joomlahacks dot com's joomla-smf integration dapat naka install din yung yata yung component.

besides boss,.. why use only the log in module kung much better na integrate mo into one db ang joomla and smf. if you already have an existing na users and data sa smf db mo.. theres a synch button sa smf-joomla integration in which auto migrate and user list from smf to joomla and vice versa synch.

waaa...easier said than done. You do know that i dont have any knowledge in PHP and MySQL...nangangapa lang ako and trying to analyze everything from scratch....whew...but i will try to do the synch

btw...pano pala kung existing na yung DB ng JOOMLA and SMF (different database)? Since my Joomla is located on a SUB DOMAIN, how can i convert my Existing main page to be JOOMLA base? Do i need to install a new Joomla and just use the existing DB ?
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Post by cowboy » Fri Dec 02, 2005 7:20 pm

We're officiallu launching PinoyProfessionals.com all pinoys are invited to join.

Hey Guilliam, I've just noticed that you're already a member.  ;)

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Post by guilliam » Sun Dec 04, 2005 8:19 pm

@josh007, teka stucked ako sa tanong mo boss,.. since its been a while wala akong na handle na may smf-joomla na project. try mo ask sa forums ng joomla hacks dot com.

@cowboy, yes.. browsed the site around a week ago and tried the functionalities :D

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Post by alex888 » Tue May 25, 2010 2:36 am

joomla based ba engine Pinoyprofessionals.com? I know that this is a 5-year old thread. :) just want to stir things up >)

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Guilliam, what's the classified mod you used?

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Post by guilliam » Sun Oct 23, 2011 9:37 am

alex888 wrote:joomla based ba engine Pinoyprofessionals.com? I know that this is a 5-year old thread. :) just want to stir things up >)
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