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ImageMavericks
28 Jun 2010, 14:51
Hello. I am trying to change the actual text in the nav bar tab that says "Forum" to something else.

I found this thread (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=237080&highlight=Forum+navtabs) which pointed me to the cms navbar template, but I don't actually see where I can edit the word "Forum" that is displayed. I really just want to change that word.

Have seen similar posts but nothing points me right to the page to edit this. Thanks!

borbole
28 Jun 2010, 17:56
Hello. I am trying to change the actual text in the nav bar tab that says "Forum" to something else.

I found this thread (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=237080&highlight=Forum+navtabs) which pointed me to the cms navbar template, but I don't actually see where I can edit the word "Forum" that is displayed. I really just want to change that word.

Have seen similar posts but nothing points me right to the page to edit this. Thanks!

All the texts can be changed at Languages & Phrases in your Acp. Make a search there for the text that you want to change and edit accordingly.

ImageMavericks
28 Jun 2010, 18:27
Thanks Barbole. This seems to be quite the challenge, in that I want to change the word "Forum" in the nav tab. When I go to languages and phrases and type in "Forum" and do a case sensitive search... i get a lot of results and none seem to relate to the navbar :confused:

Thanks for your reply though. This seems like it would be simple... but is oh so confusing.

borbole
28 Jun 2010, 18:57
Thanks Barbole. This seems to be quite the challenge, in that I want to change the word "Forum" in the nav tab. When I go to languages and phrases and type in "Forum" and do a case sensitive search... i get a lot of results and none seem to relate to the navbar :confused:

Thanks for your reply though. This seems like it would be simple... but is oh so confusing.



Choose only the single forum word, like shown at the atatched screenshot below. Hope it helps.