Condition and vbnavbar for 1.4.14
#51
OK. I did the edit. Don't see any change in my forum, but if it solved/solves a problem, then by all means - thank you.
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#52
I get this error

Quote:Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_CLASS in /home2/*******/public_html/global.php(433) : eval()'d code on line 47
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#53
God Job!
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#54
(2009-03-26, 11:54 PM)okitai Wrote: OK. I did the edit. Don't see any change in my forum, but if it solved/solves a problem, then by all means - thank you.

@okitai: Thanks for the positive feedback (as always) ! Smile The edit should just make the code a tiny bit more valid/tidy - I happened to pick up on it when resolving another issue, which turned out to be the CSS file of the theme itself rather than the navbar (phew!)

(2009-03-29, 06:48 PM)tgo42596 Wrote: I get this error

Quote:Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_CLASS in /home2/*******/public_html/global.php(433) : eval()'d code on line 47

This is a new one for me. Is it possible to check through your edits again at all please? Smile

(2009-03-29, 07:28 PM)JohnD Wrote: God Job!

Thanks Smile Hope this means the vbnavbar is working for you!
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B.T.W. @flick, I did found a change - a good one. The error I got when using IE7/8 (mostly 7 - 8 is so much more HTML complaint that most errors are gone), stopped appearing. You know the one: "Done, but with errors" at the bottom.

Edit: As always, in any change, I tested it on IE8 (with and without compliant mode), Firefox (3.0.7 - the 3.0.8 is waiting for me to upgrade) and Google Chrome.
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#56
@okitai: Thank you again! Smile Am glad the change did make a significant difference after all!
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#57
A very good tutorial but in wrong section Smile
It should be move to tutorial Forum ,
I am going to report to this Smile
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#58
Hey, I have a few problems.

The Images aren't showing, there uploaded correctly.
When you click user Cp dropdown, you cant see te text.
And it made my banner go out of my theme.
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#59
UPDATE!
The recent release of MyBB 1.4.5 included a change to functions.php. Please use the new version in the first post to overwrite the default functions.php when you upgrade your MyBB installation.


@ghazal: Thanks for your support Smile Historically the original thread was based in 'Plugins - Discussion and Support' but the 'Tutorial' section is very appropriate too.

@Miley: Thanks for your feedback and PM. As suggested in my reply, the banner issue appears to be a result of the banner being wider than the CSS setting for #container (800px vs. 745px); the images also appear to be displaying correctly.

As for the font/text not displaying correctly (as per your PM - where the font for the User CP is white, which does not show up against your white bg) the workaround appears to be this:

td.tcat td.menu_row a:link,
td.tcat td.menu_row a:visited,
td.tcat td.menu_row a:hover,
td.tcat td.menu_row a:active{
	color: #000000;
}

Hope this is helpful
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#60
Yes it helped a lot
Thanks and again great work flick
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