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Sorky 15 Apr 2009 03:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by pedroenf (Post 1791044)
As kindly requested by Sorky, here it is a screen shot of sub forum list in 1, 2 and 5 columns and the alphabetically sorting (in my case only in the 5 columns listing) working well

Thanks for posting that - It shows very nicely how the multiple SubForum columns can be utilized.

I'd also like to take this opportunity to invite other users to share samples of how they have used this Plug-In ;)

Walter Ronny 15 Apr 2009 18:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sorky (Post 1775327)
My pleasure & thanks for your appreciation. In the main post you will see a "Support the developer" link ;)



Try this option to change the comma...
vBulletin Options / Sorky03 - SubForum List Control - V1.5.2 / Separator to use between SubForum [original was , ]
Try this option to help with the line wrap...
vBulletin Options / Sorky03 - SubForum List Control - V1.5.2 / Use the full column width for the SubForum table
Try this option to change the SubForum list font, etc...
vBulletin Options / Sorky03 - SubForum List Control - V1.5.2 / SubForum Element (td) formatting

not sure if you understood me, doesnt work, anyway thx. :down:

Sorky 16 Apr 2009 08:30

Quote:

Originally Posted by Walter Ronny (Post 1791858)
not sure if you understood me, doesnt work, anyway thx. :down:

Sorry to hear that - If you want to PM me a URL and access to your test server, I'm more than happy to have a quick look for you.

briansol 21 Apr 2009 17:53

1.6.1 produces invalid xhtml.

eg


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

a table cannot be contained within a span. the span needs to be closed.

looks like


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

is not working properly.

Sorky 22 Apr 2009 11:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by briansol (Post 1796111)
1.6.1 produces invalid xhtml

Thanks for the clue - for XHTML a table cannot go within a span. I do close the span (so the code you highlighed is not the issue), just the fact that I use a span around the table. I did this as I want the "SubForums:" text AND the table to disappear.

Good news is there is a very easy fix - edit lines 271 and 275 of my product XML file and change "span" to "div" (ignore the ").

I have updated a copy on my machine as a new 1.6.2 version with this change, but as it is so minor and the product actually works (even though it produces XHTML that is technically invalid) I won't publish a formal update at this point in time (unless everyone desperately wants one).

Alfa1 25 Apr 2009 23:12

You might as well upload it or just add it to 1.6.1. I rather have valid xhtml

flipstyle 26 Apr 2009 19:10

Hey Sorky Thanks for the update. Its working fine on my site. If anyone would like to see a live example of Sorky's SubForum Control you can check it out on myNGE.com

You can click on any of the main category tabs and you will see a show / hide button.

1.6.2 Features
by Sorky
27 Apr 2009 08:21

Change Log

1. Addition of a debug information option
2. Changed a span to a div to make the plug-in XHTML compliant
3. Other minor coding and commenting adjustments

flipstyle 27 Apr 2009 18:34

Hey Sorky I just updated to 1.6.2 works great.

About the rss feed I remember I got that one a long time ago somewhere in the template mods section. I found it in my installed mods here is the one I use Rss Feed Icon for boards
I'm actually going to install your Rss Icon since yours is up to date and offers admin controls thanks for letting me know about it.

Sorky 28 Apr 2009 00:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by flipstyle (Post 1800038)
Hey Sorky I just updated to 1.6.2 works great.

About the rss feed I remember I got that one a long time ago somewhere in the template mods section. I found it in my installed mods here is the one I use Rss Feed Icon for boards
I'm actually going to install your Rss Icon since yours is up to date and offers admin controls thanks for letting me know about it.

Yeah - I acknowledged kami as I got the icon from there ;)

Glad you like it :up:

trotskid 28 Apr 2009 02:30

Hello. I want to hide/disable the forum itself to only show the sub-forums. Where can I modify that, if exist?

Thanks, nice addon :up:

http://img521.imageshack.us/img521/3950/subforo.gif

Sorky 28 Apr 2009 03:13

Quote:

Originally Posted by trotskid (Post 1800288)
Hello. I want to hide/disable the forum itself to only show the sub-forums. Where can I modify that, if exist?

Thanks, nice addon :up:

Nothing to do with this plug-in, but I can help anyway...

Change your Forum to a Category : "vBulletin Options" / "Forum manager" / <Chosen Forum> / "Act as Forum" = NO

Alfa1 28 Apr 2009 10:42

Please add the function to display sub-forum moderators.

trotskid 28 Apr 2009 11:44

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sorky (Post 1800303)
Nothing to do with this plug-in, but I can help anyway...

Change your Forum to a Category : "vBulletin Options" / "Forum manager" / <Chosen Forum> / "Act as Forum" = NO

Thank you. With this function not showing properly in forumhome, but with "forum not open" seems better although not absolutely.

http://img512.imageshack.us/img512/6237/sub2.gif

http://img512.imageshack.us/img512/9687/sub3.gif

Greetings

Alfa1 28 Apr 2009 15:20

You raise an interesting point Trotskid.

I would like to be able to have subcategories in a category. This is possible with the settings mentioned. But this will cause the category and sub-categories to become one ugly blue block on forum home, like Trotskid first screenshot shows. When you add several sub-categories this blue block becomes even larger and ugly.

Please add functionality to display sub-categories in a better way on forum home, while displaying the subcategories as normal categories on forumdisplay.


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