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  • Seperating sticky and normal threads.

    The method that was used in vB 3.0.x no longer seems to work in the 3.5.x series, so... Can someone tell me how to seperate sticky threads from normal threads in 3.5.1? Thanks,
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  • #2
    How do you want to seperate them? What method did you use in 3.0?
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    • #3
      I removed <!-- in the threadbit template, and a bar appeared.
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      • #4
        Can anyone help me out?
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        • #5
          I want to know that too. Thanks.

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          • #6
            Find FORUMDISPLAY template in your Style

            Find this...

            PHP Code:
            <if condition="$show['threads']"
            <!-- 
            show threads --> 
            <if 
            condition="$show['stickies']"
            $threadbits_sticky 
            </if> 
            $threadbits 
            <!-- end show threads --> 
            Then add this code below $threadbits_sticky

            PHP Code:
            <tr><td class="thead" colspan="<if condition="$show['threadicons']">6<else />5</if>">&nbsp;</td></tr

            Cheers

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            • #7
              I LIKE the look...

              One more thing for admins and moderators:

              If using the 'Inline Moderation' feature, the revision needs to extend 1 more column. This is for formatting purposes only so all browsers render the forum display correctly.

              All you have to do is...

              Code:
              <if condition="$show['inlinemod']">
              <tr><td class="thead" colspan="<if condition="$show['threadicons']">7<else />6</if>">&nbsp;</td></tr>
              <else />
              <tr><td class="thead" colspan="<if condition="$show['threadicons']">6<else />5</if>">&nbsp;</td></tr>
              </if>
              Have fun!

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              • #8
                I like the look, but I would like the seperator to be a little smaller....about half the size it is now.
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                • #9
                  Hello.

                  One idea is to use the 'clear.gif' image (in forum dir) that came with this software and size it to whatever you want and call it via <img /> tag.

                  Hope this helps.

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                  • #10
                    Thanks, that seems to have worked.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by forumfolk
                      Hello.

                      One idea is to use the 'clear.gif' image (in forum dir) that came with this software and size it to whatever you want and call it via <img /> tag.

                      Hope this helps.
                      can someone explain this a little further?

                      I put in the tweak but agree, the bars a little fat. I can redo the clear.gif but how do I call it and from where?

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                      • #12
                        works great.. thanks..
                        My Forum: Bronx New York
                        Vbulletin Version: 3.6.8 PL2

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by bbqchef33
                          can someone explain this a little further?

                          I put in the tweak but agree, the bars a little fat. I can redo the clear.gif but how do I call it and from where?
                          In the following code mentioned in this thread in post#6 (and for the moderators page revision mentioned in post#7),
                          Code:
                          <td class="thead" colspan="<if condition="$show['threadicons']">7<else />6</if>">[COLOR=red]&nbsp;[/COLOR]</td></tr>
                          replace '&nbsp;' to the following:
                          Code:
                          <img src="clear.gif" height="2" />
                          Vary the value of the 'height' attribute until you get the thickness you want.

                          Have fun!

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                          • #14
                            thanks for the help....it helped me as well..

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                            • #15
                              Thanks for this, Just what i was looking for,
                              I cannot get the last box of the seperator to apear the same colour as the rest. So i tryed to add the 'Inline Moderation' feature. But when i do i cannot get the page to save & reload.
                              So i am thinking i have done something wrong.

                              can anyone confirm the full edited text should be.

                              Code:
                               
                              if condition="$show['threads']">
                              <!-- show threads -->
                              <if condition="$show['stickies']">
                              $threadbits_sticky
                              <tr><td class="thead" colspan="<if condition="$show['threadicons']">6<else />5</if>"><img src=”clear.gif” height=”2” /></td></tr>
                              Default<if condition=”show[‘inlinemod’]”>
                              <tr><td class=”thead” colspan=”<if condition=$show[‘threadicons’]”>7<else />6</if>”> <img src=”clear.gif” height=”2” /></td></tr> <else />
                              <tr><td class=”thead” colspan=”<if condition=”$show[‘threadicons’]”>6<else />5</if>”><img src=”clear.gif” height=”2” /></td></tr> </if>
                              <else />
                              </if>
                              $threadbits 
                              <!-- end show threads -->
                              Thanks
                              Derek

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