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Location of area immediately below header [message #162772] Wed, 14 July 2010 18:00 Go to next message
wittrs is currently offline  wittrs   United States
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... could anyone point me to the relevant item in the default editor for the area just below the header? The header ends where various links begin -- "members," "login," etc. (And then another line, "today's" messages" and so forth). It's the part of the board that you might call the "neck," given that the top is the "head."

Where could I find the script for that? I need to add a couple of more links, which should be immensely easy surgery.

Thanks in advance.
Re: Location of area immediately below header [message #162774 is a reply to message #162772] Thu, 15 July 2010 02:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
naudefj is currently offline  naudefj   South Africa
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The menu is in usercp.tmpl

PS: I think we should start renaming these files and give them names that are easier to remember and make more sense. For example, we can maybe call this one "menu.tmpl"?
Re: Location of area immediately below header [message #164589 is a reply to message #162774] Fri, 18 February 2011 08:29 Go to previous message
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well, no, i disagree! I think the templates could be tied to CSS class names or such. menu.tmpl could be for anything as a page can have more than one menu, ie, a menu for pages, a menu for forums, a menu for user stuff (like the user control panel), a menu for advertisers etc!

for the OP, if you're using firefox, get firebug. you can click somewhere on the page, and it'll highlight the relevant part of the code. you can then look for a class name and then search for that classname in the template files. but, if the templates were named after certain classes you wouldn't need to search so much... Smile
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