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    I am starting a blog that is located in a folder in the public html/root on my host. I want members to be able to access this blog via a link placed above the top navbar as seen in the example picture. How do I do this? Thanks sooooo much



    Last edited by mustangt562; Thu 29 Nov '07, 4:48pm.

  • #2
    Edit the navbar template, and add your code on a new line, at the bottom of the template. below everything else

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    • #3
      how please

      Originally posted by Floris View Post
      Edit the navbar template, and add your code on a new line, at the bottom of the template. below everything else
      Thank you for your response. Would it be possible that you could also explain what code to add, what should I type there

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      • #4
        does anyone know this?
        Please help.

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        • #5
          You want to add it above the navbar, or below it? If you want to add it above, open the header template and add the following code at the beginning of it. If you want to add it below, open the navbar template and add the code at the end of it.

          Code:
          <div class="normalfont" align="$stylevar[right]"><a href="articles.php">Featured Articles</a></div>
          Make sure you change the text in red to the actual location of the page.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Gray Matter View Post
            You want to add it above the navbar, or below it? If you want to add it above, open the header template and add the following code at the beginning of it. If you want to add it below, open the navbar template and add the code at the end of it.

            Code:
            <div class="normalfont" align="$stylevar[right]"><a href="articles.php">Featured Articles</a></div>
            Make sure you change the text in red to the actual location of the page.

            YOU ARE MY ANGEL!!!!!
            THANKS GREY MATTER

            May I ask one more thing........
            If I wanted to make the link a pic, what would I need to add to the code to make it a image file. THANKS AGAIN

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            • #7
              Then just use this code instead:

              Code:
              <div class="normalfont" align="$stylevar[right]"><a href="articles.php"><img src="path/to/image/articles.gif" border="0" alt="Featured Articles" /></a></div>
              Where the red code is the link to the articles, and the green code is the path to the image.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Gray Matter View Post
                Then just use this code instead:

                Code:
                <div class="normalfont" align="$stylevar[right]"><a href="articles.php"><img src="path/to/image/articles.gif" border="0" alt="Featured Articles" /></a></div>
                Where the red code is the link to the articles, and the green code is the path to the image.
                Thank you, you have made what I invisioned come to life

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