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[Release for mybb1.4*]Portal Tab
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While for most of us adding a link to the navigation bar is easy, some people, especially those new webmaster that just start out in the forum and coding world, are not so comfortable with getting their hands dirty so to speak with changing codes in templates and/or files. And that is exactly where this plugin comes in.

It will add a Portal Tab link at the navigation bar that when clicked it will redirect users at the portal page. It adds also a setting in the acp of your forum where you can enable and disable the plugin.

Enjoy it.

Download link:

http://mods.mybboard.net/view/portal-tab


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#2
screenshots please
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(2009-06-20, 09:46 PM)Walkman 5.0 Wrote: screenshots please

I just updated the first posts with screenshots.
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#4
Hi,

but why is there no icon before the link? And will it work with the most of my templates or just with the default template?
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#5
Good idea and I'm sure Babjusi will consider adding an icon before the link, easy enough to do.

@Babjusi: Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing your plugins with the community.

Cheers,
Gene
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#6
for me no icon too
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(2009-06-21, 01:20 AM)Pars Wrote: for me no icon too

There is no icon provided in the plugin (nor the code to insert it), maybe Babjusi will come out with an updated version.

Gene
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#8
this is not need plugin
easy method:
Templates & Style > Templates > Header Templates > Header
add this code to right place:

<li><a href="http://XXX/portal.php"><img src="YYY" alt="" title="" />Portal</a></li>

XXX= your site
YYY= picture link
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#9
Indeed...
If this should make people's life easier then it should check for custom themes too and update them seperately.
A php function for finding the auther links in the template and then checking how they look like would be awesome - but too much work for just a simple link Wink
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(2009-06-21, 11:53 AM)Pars Wrote: this is not need plugin
easy method:
Templates & Style > Templates > Header Templates > Header
add this code to right place:

<li><a href="http://XXX/portal.php"><img src="YYY" alt="" title="" />Portal</a></li>

XXX= your site
YYY= picture link

Maybe it is not for you but it is for me. I am terrified with changing things manually. Anytime I attempted to do it I screwed up somehow and I had to pay money to have it fixed.
Thank you for this mod babjusi. I was looking for something like this.
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