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G'day guys. One of our admins has written a custom event registration module to allow us to list our events and have users sign up for them. How would we go about integrating it into OC Portal so we get the side menus and everything the index page provides? He was considering porting the module as mentioned in the Integrating Tutorial, but there doesn't appear to be any actual instructions on how to do this. Naturally we'd also be interested in any simpler methods to achieve this end.

We're currently using OC Portal version 3.2.2

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The Code Book should cover it, if not please let me know.


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We ended up using the iframe approach which is working well except for one little glitch. Sometimes it cuts the bottom off the page.

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No theories?

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Hi,

We may have fixed this in one of the recent patches, but if not there's not much I can say I'm afraid other than the code to set the frame height has been really troublesome in the past due to different behaviour on different browsers.


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