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Solved: 9 Years, 3 Weeks ago forumbit_depth1_cat
#1
Solved: 9 Years, 3 Weeks ago Question 
Could someone please paste the code to their "forumbit_depth1_cat" in the default MyBB theme? Mine has issues and I need to revert back to the original version.

You'll find it in the AdminCP > Templates & Style > Templates > Default Templates > Forum Bit Templates > forumbit_depth1_cat.

Just paste the code here please Smile

Thanks!
#2
Solved: 9 Years, 3 Weeks ago
Options > Revert Template.. anyway,

    <table border="0" cellspacing="{$theme['borderwidth']}" cellpadding="{$theme['tablespace']}" class="tborder">
<thead>
<tr>
<td class="thead" colspan="5">
<div class="expcolimage"><img src="{$theme['imgdir']}/{$expcolimage}" id="cat_{$forum['fid']}_img" class="expander" alt="{$expaltext}" title="{$expaltext}" /></div>
<div><strong><a href="{$forum_url}">{$forum['name']}</a></strong><br /><div class="smalltext">{$forum['description']}</div></div>
</td>
</tr>
</thead>
<tbody style="{$expdisplay}" id="cat_{$forum['fid']}_e">
<tr>
<td class="tcat" colspan="2"><span class="smalltext"><strong>{$lang->forumbit_forum}</strong></span></td>
<td class="tcat" width="85" align="center" style="white-space: nowrap"><span class="smalltext"><strong>{$lang->forumbit_threads}</strong></span></td>
<td class="tcat" width="85" align="center" style="white-space: nowrap"><span class="smalltext"><strong>{$lang->forumbit_posts}</strong></span></td>
<td class="tcat" width="200" align="center"><span class="smalltext"><strong>{$lang->forumbit_lastpost}</strong></span></td>
</tr>
{$sub_forums}
</tbody>
</table><br />
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#3
Solved: 9 Years, 3 Weeks ago
(09-11-2010, 01:23 AM)iBf Wrote: Options > Revert Template.. anyway,

    <table border="0" cellspacing="{$theme['borderwidth']}" cellpadding="{$theme['tablespace']}" class="tborder">
<thead>
<tr>
<td class="thead" colspan="5">
<div class="expcolimage"><img src="{$theme['imgdir']}/{$expcolimage}" id="cat_{$forum['fid']}_img" class="expander" alt="{$expaltext}" title="{$expaltext}" /></div>
<div><strong><a href="{$forum_url}">{$forum['name']}</a></strong><br /><div class="smalltext">{$forum['description']}</div></div>
</td>
</tr>
</thead>
<tbody style="{$expdisplay}" id="cat_{$forum['fid']}_e">
<tr>
<td class="tcat" colspan="2"><span class="smalltext"><strong>{$lang->forumbit_forum}</strong></span></td>
<td class="tcat" width="85" align="center" style="white-space: nowrap"><span class="smalltext"><strong>{$lang->forumbit_threads}</strong></span></td>
<td class="tcat" width="85" align="center" style="white-space: nowrap"><span class="smalltext"><strong>{$lang->forumbit_posts}</strong></span></td>
<td class="tcat" width="200" align="center"><span class="smalltext"><strong>{$lang->forumbit_lastpost}</strong></span></td>
</tr>
{$sub_forums}
</tbody>
</table><br />

Ah, you're a Rose Milady. Cheers!
#4
Solved: 9 Years, 3 Weeks ago
As iBF said, you can revert any template to default any way, you can also use the Diff report to compare your template to the standard one.
#5
Solved: 9 Years, 3 Weeks ago
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How would you revert? I don't get it.
#6
Solved: 9 Years, 3 Weeks ago
In he options dropdown beside each template in the list there are three options; edit template, diff report and revert to original. Note that the last two only appear of the template is actually different from the original though Smile
Thanks, Polarbear541
#7
Solved: 9 Years, 3 Weeks ago
This user has been denied support. This user has been denied support.
Oh okay. So if I Mess up I can fix the template.
#8
Solved: 9 Years, 3 Weeks ago
Yup it just goes back to how it was on a fresh install Smile
Thanks, Polarbear541
#9
Solved: 9 Years, 3 Weeks ago
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Thanks I needed this for finding out the <div class="expcolimage"><img src="{$theme['imgdir']}/{$expcolimage}" id="cat_{$forum['fid']}_img" class="expander" alt="{$expaltext}" title="{$expaltext}" /></div> Smile


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