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DrussRob 28 Jan 2008 23:15

works beautifully in 3.7 b4 :)
thx!

Milktruck 03 Feb 2008 01:26

@top_end_ms - It's really messy to say the least .. even vB's own blog is simply at /blog.php. Some mods that I have are the same way. I hate having random files in my forum root.

I got it working finally. First I copied the client scripts folder into the separate folder I want. Had to copy the /images folder as well (or else no images show up). Then I had to go into the header template and make absolute links for the menu options (or else they came up as domain.com/customfolder/name.php). Still having some issues with the "Search" working on the custom page (keeps going to customfolder/search.php) but other than that, it's as perfect as it will get. Maybe no one will try to search on those pages. ;) Give it a try!

(Not sure if having two client script folders is going to break anything, security issue, etc? Will find out I guess...)

FamChap 04 Feb 2008 21:57

is "Style" and "Template" one and the same thing?

amcd 05 Feb 2008 05:25

Quote:

Originally Posted by FamChap (Post 1436375)
is "Style" and "Template" one and the same thing?

No, they are related but not same. A style is a collection of many templates, stylesheets, some variables, icons, buttons, etc.

inciarco 06 Feb 2008 03:50

Great Instructions, Gary King!! :up::up::up:

Thank You Very Much For Sharing Them!! :up::up::up:

My Best Regards!! ;)

:)

Stryker412 11 Feb 2008 13:56

I was able to make the page but the WOL part is showing unknown location. Here is what I put into functions_online.php

case 'store.php':
$userinfo['activity'] = 'store';
break;
case 'store':
$userinfo['action'] = 'Viewing Shattered Planet Store';
break;


Also, is there a way to integrate this page into VBA or at least insert a module from VBA? I have a site navigation module I'd like to add on the left side. Thanks.

soundbarrierpro 16 Feb 2008 23:52

Opened Notepad.

Created test.php
Pasted the code and changed test to 'FORUMDISPLAY'
Saved to test server

Opened Notepad
Created test.html
Pasted code
Saved to test server

Opened Browser and entered http://localhost/forum/test.php

All I get is a blank page? Am I not using the right template? What am I supposed to be doing to make this work?

Thanks

Opserty 17 Feb 2008 11:50

Quote:

Originally Posted by soundbarrierpro (Post 1444783)
Opened Notepad
Created test.html
Pasted code
Saved to test server

Have you read the instructions? This is not the way to create a template...

It says "Now create the template, called TEST with the following content:". Templates can be created through the "Styles & Templates > Style Manager" in the AdminCP.

glennybee 19 Feb 2008 19:17

Hi folks,

I'm trying to learn as much as possible in as short a time as possible hehe.

This thread is a great help.

I would like to have a /forums/games.php page which contains thumbnails of flash games.
I have created a template for each game, i.e. custom_game1, custom_game2, etc.
I have insterted the line to call the template in the games.php file, i.e.


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Now this only brings up one game in any one window. I don't want to have game1.php, game2.php, etc., I would like to have all the thumbnails in games.php and when clicked on, they would run as normal.

I realise I could do this...


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...and that would display each game in it's own window but how would I create the thumbnails?

I'm not looking for exact code, even a hint to a thread where I could learn it.

Thanks
Glen

Tomaszewski 20 Feb 2008 01:37

Hey guys, quick Q here as this is really a good method, however this is my file structure:

Site Structure

1. www.website.com/index.php < Root
2. www.website.com/forums/index.php << Forum Root

Forum is located in 2, trying to make a home page for the forum in 1 to display whenever someone visits the website introducing parts of the site and the forum. The forum will be one of the main parts of the site so I'd like for the forum menus and features to work.

Below is my code:

test.php

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Template called TEST

Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

headinclude Template

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at the end of all of this, this is what I get:



but its supposed to look like this:



Can someone help? I've seriously read through this whole thing...

Tomaszewski 23 Feb 2008 12:19

any help would be MUCH appreciated.

Opserty 24 Feb 2008 09:40

Your images don't work.

DieselTruck 24 Feb 2008 20:41

Still can't get mine going!!

Here's my Code:

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Im getting this error:
http://i228.photobucket.com/albums/e...lobalerror.jpg

Any Ideas?

Opserty 24 Feb 2008 21:17

Its a bit obvious from the error what the problem is Diesel! The global.php file doesn't exist in the folder, read the error messages its not rocket science!

To solve it:

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DieselTruck 24 Feb 2008 21:29

Quote:

Originally Posted by Opserty (Post 1450222)
Its a bit obvious from the error what the problem is Diesel! The global.php file doesn't exist in the folder, read the error messages its not rocket science!

To solve it:

Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

I knew what the problem was. I couldn't find the code to correct it. Thanks for your wonderful help! :rolleyes:

--------------- Added 24 Feb 2008 at 21:37 ---------------

Still doesn't work...


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