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    5..5.2 default install running locally after installing using php 5.6. Changed php to version 7.2.7 after install. Quite a number of Warning and Deprecated errors to fix. I've made some progress and have PM'd a few people to have a look, help out, etc. This is very much a WIP.
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    Took a look at the website. Below are just some preliminary thoughts I think the template you found is a little better, and it was a smart move to get one that was already bootstrapped for presentation on mobile devices You might want to look at the image opacity for the pics in the background. They are washing out your text and its very hard on the eyes. Check this out: https://www.w3schools.com/css/css_image_transparency.asp There is a lot of text to read but no real content. You should have a link to a fleet page, link to your schedule tables, link to a roster, etc. I just say this since there is still very little to go off of for a prospective pilot to look at I wouldn't list destinations in a text block like you have especially not one with just countries... Which airports to do you fly to? That could be solved by a schedules page This is probably just me, but I wouldn't be soliciting donations with the site in the state that it is
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    Still a WIP. Got it running locally in Wamp on 5.6.40. Moved over to 7.2 and s-l-o-w-l-y fixing issues. I'm trying to document everything. Tried installing 2.x and comparing it to 5.5.2 - but it shows a bunch of errors in 7.2, so I abandoned that idea. Will let you know how it turns out.
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    I have to be frank here. I think this barely qualifies as a legitimate VA website. I think you are missing even the most fundamental elements of good design here to attract pilots to join your airline in an already saturated landscape... How does a prospective pilot learn anything about your airline based on your current presentation? You should list your schedules so prospective pilots can see if its where they want to fly, show your fleet with a nice livery moreso than the very basic fundamental page you have listed, have a listing of recent activity or statistics to show that you actually have activity, a pilot roster... these are just to name a few ideas that you could build off of. If a prospective pilot were to look at your site there is very little showing them what makes you different or why they should join. This is especially true in your case with an already established VA out there of the same name that is currently vastly superior in look and feel. Lastly, your front page pic shouldn't be an aircraft and an airport that isn't available in your service. I think you have a long way to go before you should start advertising, cause in its current state I think your website is just going to turn people off and I know that's not what you are intending to do.
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    phpvms_navdata 1902: UPDATED 20 February 2019 | 23:59 Hrs US Central Time | 05:59 Zulu See Original Post Thx everyone for the +Rep. Spreading the love
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    Hello I want to delete expired bids per Crone Job. Is here a way to check if a pilot is inflight with the current bid? i Want so set the expired time to 2 or 3 hours but when the bid will be deleted, the flight is avaible for other pilots even if currently the pilot is still flying. I have tried to check the acarsdata table, but here is no unique id that has a reference to the bid. phpvms version is 5.5. Best regards, Jan Grimm
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    Free ventusky weather module for phpvms. easy five minute installation showing live wind, percipitation weather forcast of the globe.
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    You can simply create the 360 images with an easy php script: <?php $count = 0; while ($count < 360){ $filename = 'orig.png'; $rotang = -$count; // Rotation angle $source = imagecreatefrompng($filename) or die('Error opening file '.$filename); imagealphablending($source, false); imagesavealpha($source, true); $rotation = imagerotate($source, $rotang, imageColorAllocateAlpha($source, 0, 0, 0, 127)); imagealphablending($rotation, false); imagesavealpha($rotation, true); header('Content-type: image/png'); imagepng($rotation, "rotate/{$count}.png"); imagedestroy($source); imagedestroy($rotation); $count = $count + 1; } ?> Put this php file into a directory and add a folder called rotate and name your original image orig.png and make sure it is oriented this way: (PLEASE! Don't just use our inair icon Be creative and create one of your own. It isn't that hard) Upload it to the directory you have saved the folder the php file is in and run the script. If everything worked out as it should you will have 360 images in your rotate folder, already named according to the phpvms way . You only have to put these into the innair folder. This is how everything worked out for me.
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    Delete $this->render('pireps_viewall.tpl'); From core/modules/Profile/Profile.php It should be around line 94. Hope it helps Colin. Good luck!
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    Thats just plain and clear disrespect for Nabeel and all his hard work. Im sure it would be raised in the forums here as it has been in the past and any help that person thought they could get were given the cold shoulder. Its just disrespectful seeing as this has all been developed and offered free by Nabeel, all he asks is the powered by phpvms and a back link to his site. Ill get off my soap box now.