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12 Oct 2007, 19:28
I am very new to all of this, and don't know php. I just follow instructions to get things installed.

My question-
I'm using a template that I downloaded, and want to install the Casino Mod. In the changes to be made to the navbar template, it states to

Find-<td class="vbmenu_control"><a href="calendar.php?$session[sessionurl]">$vbphrase[calendar]</a></td>

In this template, it has Nothing similar to that. As a matter of fact, the word "calendar" is not even listed in the navbar template for this theme.

When I change to other themes, I can find it no problem. On this particular theme though, I can't see where the navbar is actually coming from. Although "calendar" is not in my navbar template, it does appear on my board when I have this template selected.

Can someone please tell me how I would be able to add something new to the menu when the standard "find" selection is not there?

I would appreciate ANY help!

Best Regards,

Andrew Green
12 Oct 2007, 19:52
Are you using the default vBulletin template?

12 Oct 2007, 20:01
No, I'm using a template that I downloaded. I downloaded several other templates, and am able to find the line of code that the mod states. But, in this particular template, I cannot even locate the word calendar in the navbar, yet it appears on my forum. Is there someplace else that it's pulling the navbar from or a different way?


--------------- Added at 19:02 ---------------

It's the "girltalk" template by vbskins.com, if that helps

Andrew Green
12 Oct 2007, 20:09
To be honest, I have no idea how it might be structured. However if you use the search in templates option and punch in "calendar.php" it will show you all templates that have a link to that page. Find the one that creates your navbar, copy the whole thing and replace calendar.php with casino.php, and "$vbphrase[calendar]" with "Casino"

12 Oct 2007, 20:51
Okay, I did the search and found where ite was located. Was able to add the casino the navbar. Now, my only problem is, it made the button area behind the text "casino" lighter on the navbar. Would you happen to know what or where I would look to change that?

Thanks for your help! You've been very helpful

Andrew Green
12 Oct 2007, 21:00
What's the URL of your site?

12 Oct 2007, 21:09
http://www.411crafters.com/forum You can see what I'm referring to.

Again, thanks! I really appreciate it.

Andrew Green
12 Oct 2007, 21:21
Change this:

<td class="vbmenu_control">

to this:


for the link and it should come out matching the other ones.

12 Oct 2007, 21:31
Andrew, Thank you so much! I hate to post to ask for help, even though I don't know what I'm doing, I try to "read" the code to see what's the cause/effect...but frankly, I've not been very successful. lol

I really appreciate it and it worked perfectly!

Andrew Green
12 Oct 2007, 21:34
no problem :)