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  • AScherff
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    HTML Code:
    <a class="button secondary " href="#" onclick="vBulletin.markchannelsread(1);">Mark Forums Read</a>
    does work but really call all Channel ID's one by one ?

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  • AScherff
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    I like to have a Button on the Search Result Page to mark all channels as read:

    Editet Template pagenav

    Code:
    <vb:if condition="$page['title'] == 'Search Result'">
    <a class="button secondary navbar_mark_forums_read" href="#" >Mark Forums Read</a>
    </vb:if>
    But it does not work... any hint?

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  • Mackey
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    Thanks for the reply Glenn! I do believe I've got everything in order now. I really appreciate you taking the time.
    Mackey

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  • Glenn Vergara
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    The class attribute should be navbar_mark_channels_read. Yours is navbar_mark_forums_read. The class is based from the link text. Try to rename it as "Mark Channels Read" and check the class attribute by right-clicking and choosing "Inspect element". If the attribute didn't change then it only sets the class the first time. If that happens, delete the link again and re-create it as "Mark Channels Read". Then you can rename it later to "Mark Forums Read" if you want.

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  • Mackey
    started a topic Mark Forums Read Link

    Mark Forums Read Link

    I inadvertently deleted the link to "Mark Forums Read" I see on this forum that the link is "http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/#"
    Is a similar link on my forum sufficient?
    Thanks for any help
    Mackey
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