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RE: Custom Forum Icons ~ A Unique icon for Each Forum - Stely - 2012-12-30

(2012-12-30, 01:47 PM)Yaldaram Wrote: Make sure the theme you edited is default for all usergroups. By default I mean: AdminCP > Themes > Click on [Options] button in front of Your Theme's name > and select "Make this theme as default". You also need to click "Force all users to this theme" option as well.

That solved it. Thanks!


RE: Custom Forum Icons ~ A Unique icon for Each Forum - Yaldaram - 2012-12-30

You're welcome.


RE: Custom Forum Icons ~ A Unique icon for Each Forum - zero5854 - 2013-02-01

I do not have this code as I am using a custom theme heres my

forumbit_depth1_cat
<div class="thead_2" id="th{$forum['fid']}">
<span class="forumtitle"><a href="{$forum_url}">{$forum['name']}</a></span><span class="forumdesc">{$forum['description']}</span>
<span class="expcolimage expcol_close"><img src="{$theme['imgdir']}/collapse_2.gif" /></span>
<span class="expcolimage expcol_open"><img src="{$theme['imgdir']}/collapse_collapsed_2.gif" /></span>
</div>

<div id="expcol_box{$forum['fid']}">
<table border="0" cellspacing="{$theme['borderwidth']}" cellpadding="{$theme['tablespace']}" class="tborder tborder_2">
<tbody style="{$expdisplay}">
{$sub_forums}
</tbody>
</table>
</div>
<br />


forumbit_depth2_forum
<tr>
<td class="{$bgcolor}" align="center" valign="top" width="1"><img src="{$theme['imgdir']}/{$lightbulb['folder']}.gif" alt="{$lightbulb['altonoff']}" title="{$lightbulb['altonoff']}" class="ajax_mark_read" id="mark_read_{$forum['fid']}" /></td>
<td class="{$bgcolor}" valign="top">
<strong><a class="forumtitle_d2" href="{$forum_url}">{$forum['name']}</a></strong>{$forum_viewers_text}<div class="smalltext"><span class="forumdesc_d2">{$forum['description']}</span>{$subforums}</div>
</td>
<td class="{$bgcolor} postcountgrid" valign="top" align="center" style="white-space: nowrap">
{$posts}{$unapproved['unapproved_posts']} posts<br />
{$threads}{$unapproved['unapproved_threads']} threads</td>
<td class="{$bgcolor} lastpostgrid" valign="top" align="right" style="white-space: nowrap">{$lastpost}</td>
</tr>

Is there anyway to make this mod work on the code above? THANKS

EDIT : SOLVED!


RE: Custom Forum Icons ~ A Unique icon for Each Forum - YouSuck - 2013-03-14

how to fix this:
http://i.imgur.com/YQMoClf.jpg


RE: Custom Forum Icons ~ A Unique icon for Each Forum - JordanMussi - 2013-03-14

Make sure you followed the instructions in the first post exactly.


RE: Custom Forum Icons ~ A Unique icon for Each Forum - YouSuck - 2013-03-15

(2013-03-14, 04:17 PM)JordanMussi Wrote: Make sure you followed the instructions in the first post exactly.

well yes i did it correctly !


RE: Custom Forum Icons ~ A Unique icon for Each Forum - JordanMussi - 2013-03-15

One of your colspans are wrong.
Or that you have removed to on/off/lock icons.


RE: Custom Forum Icons ~ A Unique icon for Each Forum - YouSuck - 2013-03-15

(2013-03-15, 04:03 PM)JordanMussi Wrote: One of your colspans are wrong.
Or that you have removed to on/off/lock icons.

can u fix it for me please im confused im sure i did it correctly?!


RE: Custom Forum Icons ~ A Unique icon for Each Forum - JordanMussi - 2013-03-15

If you are sure it probably has gone wrong because of not having the on/off/lock icons.
Could you post a link to your forums or PM it to me.

OK I have looked at your forum and as a guest it looks fine.
If you logout does it look all right to you?


RE: Custom Forum Icons ~ A Unique icon for Each Forum - Disabled Angel - 2013-04-20

I'm going to ask the killer question, where do I access this? Cpanel > File Manager > public_html
The control panel from my website host? If so there is no public_html file.