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  • hornstar6969
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    Update: I have got it to work, i left out an if statement in the original code, that will teach me for trying to do things late at night lol

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  • hornstar6969
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    Any updates on this?

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  • hornstar6969
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    yes it needs to check 2 forums. When staff are signed in, the top forum is the staff section which is hidden to normal reg members, when reg members the news forum is at the top. I tried all combinations in the example you gave me, and all left the output on the forums.

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  • Zachery
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    You said you needed to check multiple forums, do you?

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  • hornstar6969
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    Doing this: !in_array($forum[forumid], array(353)
    or !in_array($forum[forumid], array(3, 353)
    or !in_array($forum[forumid], array(3,353)

    printed out this where the dot still is:
    !in_array(353, array(353)
    !in_array(3, array(353)

    Maybe it needs a usergroup statement in their, if they are in this usergroup then show this etc. any other ideas?

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  • Zachery
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    !in_array($forum[forumid], array(x,y,z)

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  • hornstar6969
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    Originally posted by Zachery View Post
    Love to help but its impossible to look at your code with vBSEO compressing it like that/
    Can I put in multiple forums?

    <if condition="$forum[forumid] != 100, 150">

    Because the problem is with the forum being private right?
    Or would the statement need to be something else?

    Any ideas you have, I am willing to see if they will work. Thanks.

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  • Zachery
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    Love to help but its impossible to look at your code with vBSEO compressing it like that/

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  • hornstar6969
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    Still cant work it out, any help?

    Basically im trying to work out how to add the space between each category. so far when using the 2 links above, it does not work if you have a forum at the top or bottom that reg users can not see.

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  • hornstar6969
    started a topic space between each category one problem

    space between each category one problem

    In reference to http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php?t=156783 and http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php?t=156777

    I had to apply all the extra steps, and I have it applied here www.gamerzneeds.net/forums

    However I noticed it is a little buggy when you have a private section on the top and on the bottom. I have applied
    Code:
    <if condition="$forum[forumid] != X">
    But the problem is, it looks good when i'm signed in, but when I view the site as a guest or as a normal member, it still has that dot.

    I'm sure there is a way to make it say if this else that or something, but not sure what.

    Also, I have a private forum down the bottom just before the last forum (trash) they are sticking together and not separating.

    Any ideas on how to fix these up. Thanks.
    Last edited by hornstar6969; Sun 29 Jul '07, 5:42am.

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