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Closed Thread Title Markup
by Oblivion Knight
28 Jul 2009 11:33

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Closed Thread Title Markup

This simple product will provide a new option via the admincp to add custom text markup to closed thread titles on the FORUMDISPLAY page.

View screenshots to give an example of this, it's running on my forums.

There are existing modifications available on vbulletin.org that achieve similar results, but they're a bit "bloated" and "clumsy" for my liking.. They have several options just for the markup, with their own setting group.

This product adds just 2 options and 1 forum permission; a CSS text based option so that you can enter whatever you want for the markup, and an option to disable the markup on sticky threads. Both are added to an already existing setting group "Forum Display Options (forumdisplay)". The forum permission allows you to use the Closed Thread Markup on a per-forum basis.

This product was re-named to "Closed Thread Title Markup" from 1.0.2 onwards.

nextslit 28 Jul 2009 15:26


goxy63 28 Jul 2009 17:13


Very simple and nice

Here is link for those who are like me new to CSS


Arcade Fire 29 Jul 2009 08:19


can u made an option for disable in sticky threads? or sticky threads with another CSS...

Installed & 5 stars.

Oblivion Knight 29 Jul 2009 10:27


Originally Posted by Arcade Fire (Post 1857690)
can u made an option for disable in sticky threads? or sticky threads with another CSS...

Updated with this suggestion integrated. Thanks.

Arcade Fire 29 Jul 2009 11:51


Originally Posted by Oblivion Knight (Post 1857726)
Updated with this suggestion integrated. Thanks.

Thanks to you!! Great! :)

stevetank 29 Jul 2009 15:59

Nice one,

Looks and works a treat.


Storyteller69 29 Jul 2009 22:01

Thanks, looks great so far!
Do you think it's possible to get a option for entering the forum-id's for which this addon should work? Because for example a "line-through" is in some "sub"-forums very nice and usefull but in some i don't realy need it.

Oblivion Knight 29 Jul 2009 22:25

I'll consider it for another update.

For now, you could achieve this adding AND !$forum['forumid'] = X to the first conditional on the plugin, where X is the forumid that you wish to exclude.

Storyteller69 30 Jul 2009 05:55

Many Thanks! I will try to change the plugin.

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

But then it doesn't work in any forum.

Oblivion Knight 30 Jul 2009 08:17

Sorry about that, I must have been half asleep! Stupid medication..

Use AND $foruminfo['forumid'] != '2' (tested and working).

Storyteller69 30 Jul 2009 10:04

Great that works fine!
Don't beat me :) but is it for another website possible to set only the one forum in which it should work?

Oblivion Knight 30 Jul 2009 11:38

1.0.2 is now released with the forum permission included.

Hopefully this will be the last update for a while.. ;)

Storyteller69 30 Jul 2009 12:22

Wow, works great! :up: Many thanks again!

FReeSTER 09 Aug 2009 03:01

Im sorry to ask but where do I find the menu?

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