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  • How to remove the top area?

    I have solved this by myself

    Please help me the next question

    Thanks
    Last edited by branchus; Fri 25th Apr '08, 6:20pm.

  • #2
    and one more question

    How to put these three icon horizontally?
    Last edited by branchus; Fri 25th Apr '08, 6:20pm.

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    • #3
      Bump i also want to know

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      • #4
        no one helps?

        Thanks

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        • #5
          The three statusicons for the "status" of posts is found in the FORUMHOME Template.

          AdminCP-> Styles and Templates -> Style Manager -> Pick your Parent Style of Choice-> Go -> Double Click on Forum Home Templates -> FORUMHOME will be at the top of the list of Forumhome templates, if it is unedited. If it has been edited before, look higher in the display until you see FORUMHOME (seperate from the other FORUMHOME Templates) -> Double Click FORUMHOME template -> Search in Template -> forum_contains_new_posts-> Find

          You will be at:

          Code:
          <tr>
                          <td><img src="$stylevar[imgdir_statusicon]/forum_new.gif" alt="$vbphrase[contains_new_posts]" border="0" /></td>
                          <td class="smallfont">&nbsp; $vbphrase[forum_contains_new_posts]</td>
                      </tr>
                      <tr>
                          <td><img src="$stylevar[imgdir_statusicon]/forum_old.gif" alt="$vbphrase[contains_no_new_posts]" border="0" /></td>
                          <td class="smallfont">&nbsp; $vbphrase[forum_contains_no_new_posts]</td>
                      </tr>
                      <tr>
                          <td><img src="$stylevar[imgdir_statusicon]/forum_old_lock.gif" alt="$vbphrase[a_closed_forum]" border="0" /></td>
                          <td class="smallfont">&nbsp; $vbphrase[forum_is_closed_for_posting]</td>
                      </tr>
          Each of the <tr> </tr> pairs define a "table row." You can see that there are 3 pairs of <tr> </tr>, making three seperate rows. If you remove the two <tr> </tr> pairs in the middle, you should have 1 row of the three elements.

          Code:
          <tr>
                          <td><img src="$stylevar[imgdir_statusicon]/forum_new.gif" alt="$vbphrase[contains_new_posts]" border="0" /></td>
                          <td class="smallfont">&nbsp; $vbphrase[forum_contains_new_posts]</td>
                    
                          <td><img src="$stylevar[imgdir_statusicon]/forum_old.gif" alt="$vbphrase[contains_no_new_posts]" border="0" /></td>
                          <td class="smallfont">&nbsp; $vbphrase[forum_contains_no_new_posts]</td>
                      
                          <td><img src="$stylevar[imgdir_statusicon]/forum_old_lock.gif" alt="$vbphrase[a_closed_forum]" border="0" /></td>
                          <td class="smallfont">&nbsp; $vbphrase[forum_is_closed_for_posting]</td>
                      </tr>
          Should work and then you have one row. Then you may consider whether you want them centered.

          Regards
          Last edited by slappy; Sat 14th Jul '07, 6:15pm.
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          • #6
            It works

            Thank you very much!

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