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  • PeF
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    Originally posted by ender
    How would you put it under the Registered members, &c.?



    Registered Members: XX
    Welcome to out newest member, XX.
    Profile | Register | Members| FAQ | Search | Home


    When I try it, it puts the:

    Profile | Register | Members| FAQ | Search | Home

    Above the:

    Registered Members: XX
    Welcome to out newest member, XX.


    How do I make it go below that?


    Accually what is the template name that represents the

    Registered Members: XX
    Welcome to out newest member, XX.


    ,&c.?
    Registered Members: XX
    Welcome to out newest member, XX.
    $fivelinks

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  • ender
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    How would you put it under the Registered members, &c.?



    Registered Members: XX
    Welcome to out newest member, XX.
    Profile | Register | Members| FAQ | Search | Home


    When I try it, it puts the:

    Profile | Register | Members| FAQ | Search | Home

    Above the:

    Registered Members: XX
    Welcome to out newest member, XX.


    How do I make it go below that?


    Accually what is the template name that represents the

    Registered Members: XX
    Welcome to out newest member, XX.


    ,&c.?

    Leave a comment:


  • Wayne Luke
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    Go into your control panel...
    Scroll down to templates.
    Click Modify
    In the list that appears, click on "FiveLinks"
    Click in the text area and press CTRL-A followed by CTRL-C.
    Open your favorite HTML EDITOR. Press CTRL-V
    Edit to your liking.
    When done press CTRL-A followed by CTRL-C.
    Go back to the Template editor in the vBulletin Control Panel.
    Press CTRL-V with the cursor in the TextArea.
    Click Submit.

    Repeat for other templates.

    You can get a complete list of the standard templates at:
    http://vbulletin.com/manual/templates.html

    Any word with a $ preceding it is a variable (i.e. $forumid). You can move these around but don't delete any until you are more experienced.

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  • ender
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    Sorry, I am new to this. How exactly do you move this? Can you give me an idea of how to change around the code to look like what I want it to? Any forum admins have their templated similiar to my descrption and would be willing to e-mail [[email protected]] me the template so I can change it to my needs?

    Yet again, sorry, I have no idea what I am doing! =)

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  • Wayne Luke
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    All you have to do is edit Fivelinks to your requirements and then move the $fivelinks variable where you want it to display.

    The templates are all HTML so they should be easy to modify.

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  • ender
    started a topic Fivelinks

    Fivelinks

    Is it possible to put the five links right below the:

    Registered Members: XX
    Welcome to our newest member, XX.


    I want it to look more like this

    Registered Members: XX
    Welcome to out newest member, XX.
    Profile | Register | Members| FAQ | Search | Home


    I just need a table right justified for that, while retaining the look of the forum. I tried something and it was really screwy...so I've come to ask for assistance. My forums URL is: Particle Sun Forums

    Thanks for any assistance!

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