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  • Rizzo
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    Originally posted by Alfarin View Post
    I believe the default setting doesn't make it come up as two even columns, but you can do so by adjusting subforum depth level via Admin CP > vBulletin Options > Forum Listings Display Options, and it will come up as a strip like shown on http://www.webhostingtalk.com/
    That is what i am wanting, i have

    title
    -main forum
    --sub forum

    so i've set it to 3, and it didn't work. Then i tried 4 and it still doesn't work, what have i done wrong?

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  • Tommy C
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    SubForums Listed as Bullet Points under Forum

    Taru and/or anyone else.....


    I LOVE the way the Subforums are listed very neatly with bullet points as on www.unitnews.co.uk/forum/

    Is anyone aware of how I can get that look????? I emailed the administrator of that site...I"m hoping to get a response.
    Last edited by Tommy C; Tue 9 Jan '07, 2:20pm.

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  • Andy Huang
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    I believe the default setting doesn't make it come up as two even columns, but you can do so by adjusting subforum depth level via Admin CP > vBulletin Options > Forum Listings Display Options, and it will come up as a strip like shown on http://www.webhostingtalk.com/

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  • taru2
    started a topic SubForums and Formatting

    SubForums and Formatting

    I recently visited a website
    http://www.unitnews.co.uk/forum/

    and I really like the way they have their subforums show up as bulleted lists under the main forum headings...

    Is this an option that can be configured in the admin control panel?
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