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    Hello all

    If u go here: http://www.gamers.gr/board/index.php? u can see my forums index page

    I recently with the help of sub-forums hack, i made a lot sub forums, so i can have my forums more clean.

    My question is, if i can make the "last post" table, to show with the latest post, also the "forum name" of which the post has been made

    Thanks alot


    PS

    Also, in the forums page, when i build a new forum, i see that it has also fields like footer or header(except the forum description).

    What those stand for?
    Last edited by lancelot; Mon 3 Jan '05, 6:19pm.

  • #2
    Originally posted by lancelot
    If u go here: http://www.gamers.gr/board/index.php? u can see my forums index page

    I recently with the help of sub-forums hack, i made a lot sub forums, so i can have my forums more clean.

    My question is, if i can make the "last post" table, to show with the latest post, also the "forum name" of which the post has been made
    That would require custom code which is a www.vbulletin.org thing.

    Originally posted by lancelot
    Also, in the forums page, when i build a new forum, i see that it has also fields like footer or header(except the forum description).

    What those stand for?
    I'm not sure I understand.

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    • #3
      In admin page, when u create a new forum, u see it has fields like:

      Description

      Header

      Footer

      What header and Footer fields stands for ?(its only for the starting forum index or it is applyed in the other forums u make?)

      Also, can i make the announcements, dont apply to sub forums as well?

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      • #4
        On my test forum (3.0.3) I don't see any "header" and "footer" fields when creating a new forum.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by lancelot
          Also, can i make the announcements, dont apply to sub forums as well?
          That would also require custom code.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Jake Bunce
            On my test forum (3.0.3) I don't see any "header" and "footer" fields when creating a new forum.

            Hmm odd, i didnt have install any hack on that !!

            I have opened u again admin status, please see if u can

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            • #7
              Originally posted by lancelot
              I have opened u again admin status, please see if u can
              I just looked. It looks like a hack to me.

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              • #8
                Hmm ok, i will ask the admin then sorry for the thread then

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