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Displaying Post Count & Likes Count in userstrip
by ano2k77
28 May 2017 11:19

Hey, so I've made one vb 3 style before and it went pretty well for a first time, but I'm making one that I designed at the moment and I'm a bit stuck... I have the userstrip (how it says Welcome, username - you have ( ) notifications and you last visited etc). On the strip, to the right I have a section for total posts and total likes that you have - I have the post thanks hack / mod installed as well before anyone asks (I just re-named it to "Likes" so it says "Tyler Liked this" instead of "Tyler thanked this" type of thing.

I decided to try and use my common sense and look in the postbit_legacy from another template that I did for the post count code and likes in which I get these:

Posts: $post[posts]
Thanks / Likes: $post[post_thanks_thanked_times_formatted]

Tried adding them into where I want them displayed on the userstrip but it's just blank, thinking it's because they're specifically for the postbit code? I'm no expert at making custom styles but would love some help with this.

Here's a screenshot of what I'm trying to achieve: http://prntscr.com/fcz2s0

Anyone got any idea how I would achieve this?

MarkFL 28 May 2017 13:53

Try using the $vbulletin->userinfo array instead of the $post array. :)

ano2k77 28 May 2017 18:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by MarkFL (Post 2587048)
Try using the $vbulletin->userinfo array instead of the $post array. :)

I tried this but not sure how to do it?

When I add $vbulletin->userinfo - in the box it says "Array" - if I try $vbulletin->userinfo[posts] - then it just comes back "Array[posts]" - getting confused

MarkFL 10 Jun 2017 04:53

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Okay, try the $bbuserinfo array...that works in the "navbar" template when I display the post count.


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