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  • drumsy
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    Originally posted by drumsy
    I've been told there's a problem with maybe a php file, since it works on another board using my style. Can anyone offer any insight?
    Never mind, this white honkey forgot to enable it in the admin cp. It workee much now!

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  • drumsy
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    I've been told there's a problem with maybe a php file, since it works on another board using my style. Can anyone offer any insight?

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  • drumsy
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    Nothing.

    The postbit_online and postbit_offline have been edited correctly.

    Here's the snippet of my postbit:

    PHP Code:
    <td bgcolor="$post[backcolor]width="175" valign="top" nowrap>
        <
    a name="post$post[postid]"></a>
        
    $post[firstnewinsert]
        <
    normalfont><b>$post[username]</b></normalfont><br>
        <
    smallfont>$post[usertitle]</smallfont><br>
        
    $post[avatar]<p>
        <
    smallfont>Registered$post[joindate]<br>
        
    Location$post[field2]<br>
                    
    Posts$post[posts]</smallfont><br>
                    <
    smallfont>$onlinestatus</smallfont></td
    I'm almost postive it's right!

    And here's what the area looks like where the $onlinestatus orginally was:
    PHP Code:
    <td bgcolor="$post[backcolor]width="175" height="16" nowrap><smallfont>$post[foldericon]
        
    $post[postdate$post[posttime]</smallfont></td
    Everything seems to be in order, yet.......it still doesn't work. Insight?

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  • FWC
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    Originally posted by drumsy
    PHP Code:
    <td bgcolor="$post[backcolor]width="175" valign="top" nowrap>
        <
    a name="post$post[postid]"></a>
        
    $post[firstnewinsert]
        <
    normalfont><b>$post[username]</b></normalfont><br>
     <
    smallfont>$post[usertitle]</smallfont><br>
        
    $post[avatar]<p>
            <
    smallfont>Registered$post[joindate]<br>
        
    Location$post[field2]</smallfont><br>
    <
    smallfont>$onlinestatus</smallfont></td
    Make it look like the code above and remove $onlinestatus from where it is in the other section. Leave the rest there. Then edit the two templates I mentioned.
    Last edited by FWC; Sat 20th Oct '01, 11:45pm.

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  • drumsy
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    Originally posted by FWC
    You need to go into the postbit template and move $onlinestatus up under $post[avatar]. Then you need to edit the postbit_online and postbit_offline templates to Online and Offline instead of the default image.
    Crap, I hate this!!!

    Ok, can someone copy/paste what exactly needs to be moved up to underneath all the info that comes on there.

    Example:
    PHP Code:
    <td bgcolor="$post[backcolor]width="175" valign="top" nowrap>
        <
    a name="post$post[postid]"></a>
        
    $post[firstnewinsert]
        <
    normalfont><b>$post[username]</b></normalfont><br>
        <
    smallfont>$post[usertitle]</smallfont><br>
        
    $post[avatar]<p>
        <
    smallfont>Registered$post[joindate]<br>
        
    Location$post[field2]</smallfont></td
    And then there's this:
    PHP Code:
    <td bgcolor="$post[backcolor]width="175" height="16" nowrap><smallfont>$onlinestatus $post[foldericon]
        
    $post[postdate$post[posttime]</smallfont></td
    What exactly do I remove from that second set of code there, up to the first set of code, where do I add it in at, and what do I do with the remaining code at the bottom? I want the "Online/Offline" deal right underneath the Location:

    Thanks for helpin' a poor bastard out!
    Last edited by drumsy; Sat 20th Oct '01, 9:32pm.

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  • FWC
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    Originally posted by drumsy


    Can someone expound on this further??? I need to know what to edit and how so the words "Online" or "Offline" will appear under their avator!
    You need to go into the postbit template and move $onlinestatus up under $post[avatar]. Then you need to edit the postbit_online and postbit_offline templates to Online and Offline instead of the default image.

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  • drumsy
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    Originally posted by Goddess Washu
    But is it possible for me to get that Online | Offline to appear in the area that has the username and the avatar and all that data?
    Can someone expound on this further??? I need to know what to edit and how so the words "Online" or "Offline" will appear under their avator!

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  • Johnny
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    Originally posted by Pie'oh'pah
    @Johnny

    You got 1 </smallfont> too much. delete it.

    It doesn't work
    now the code looks like this:


    PHP Code:
    <smallfont>status:</smallfont$onlinestatus</td
    pleazz help me!

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  • Pie'oh'pah
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    @Johnny

    and after the word "$onlinestatus" you see </smallfont></td>
    You got 1 </smallfont> too much. delete it.


    @ Goddess W.


    It's in another file... I got it to work...
    I agree. Was asking my self, what it has to do with the announcement.php at all.....


    @maverick

    what about users who choose to be invisible?
    not sure about that. but i think they wont be visible, if they chosen to be invi.

    I'm not using $online1 thingy myself, because i find it it useless, to have 2 stats about online/offline
    I'm using only $online and modified it to display text instead of the symbol

    Somebody who installed it the other way may check this.

    -Alex

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  • Maverick1236
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    looks good but....

    what about users who choose to be invisible?

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  • Goddess Washu
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    Originally posted by ozone2000
    1) No, it didn't work for me!

    2) No, it should just se so, that when you create a template you can choose the "name" of it, like the on/offline templates name was both $onlinestatus ... know what i mean?
    It's in another file... I got it to work... http://forums.anime-network.cjb.net/ but i forget the file now... search through them again.

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  • Pilot
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    Well I really meant that this should be in VB as standard and CP selectable.

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  • Johnny
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    Originally posted by Pie'oh'pah
    hey,

    did you try <smallfont>Status :</smallfont> ?

    that works for me
    it didn't work!
    in the postbit template i have now:

    PHP Code:
    <smallfont>status:</smallfont$onlinestatus</smallfont></td
    and after the word "$onlinestatus" you see </smallfont></td>
    this is because that's the end of that tabel from posts etc..!
    you know.....

    but how can i make it good!?
    Last edited by Johnny; Mon 20th Aug '01, 12:59am.

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  • Pie'oh'pah
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    err no, not really...

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  • ozone2000
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    1) No, it didn't work for me!

    2) No, it should just se so, that when you create a template you can choose the "name" of it, like the on/offline templates name was both $onlinestatus ... know what i mean?

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