Condition and vbnavbar for 1.4.14
#41
(2009-02-08, 10:51 PM)Luke Beale Wrote: It still doesn't seem to want to work Sad

Tried replacing the file and making the code changes.

For the code changes above, it only applies if class_templates.php has not been replaced. Is this what you mean?
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#42
I replaced the file and tried editing myself.

Both times the same problem happened.

Only when I replaced with the default file (from MyBB download) did it go back to working.

The problem is still there though.
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#43
@Luke Beale: Perhaps you wouldn't mind PMing some login details so I could take a look please?
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What files would you need to see or which folders?
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Usually just logging into the admin panel is sufficient to see the template changes at least.
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#46
PM sent Big Grin
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#47
To update everyone: This has been resolved, albeit with a slightly roundabout route involving white or blank index pages and uploading new functions.php and class_templates.php file.

p/s: For others with the same-ish problems - please first ensure that the header edits are correct! Smile
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And on another note, if someone takes your forums down because you gave your information out - it's your fault, not ours.
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@Tom: Fair point there Smile
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#50
Minor change to header after (hopefully) resolving separate issue via PM:

The closing tag for the search popup form </form> has been moved from after the </div> tag, and now resides between $gobutton and </td> as this is a more valid markup:

<input type="text" name="keywords" value="" />
$gobutton
</form>
</td>

* Please note that the template edits don't necessarily pass the full w3 validator test just yet.
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