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Old 22 Apr 2017, 02:09
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Post Editing Navbar links

Hello, I've done quite a bit of research and looked through the templates. However, I'm barley novice at coding, however I gave it my attempt. What I'm trying to do is to condense the links in the Nav sections. I would like the "Navigation" to include more, such as VB3 had done. I'm also trying to figure out how to remove the settings link and replace it with a "User CP" dropdown box. On the lower navbar sections I would like to remove the new posts, forum actions and privates messages. (not getting rid of PM's, feels redundant on both top and bottom). "Groups", "Albums" and "Friends & Contacts" would go in the User CP and I'd like to move the "F.A.Q." and "Calender" into the Community" dropdown. I would also remove quick links and move view staff to the community dropdown.

If anyone can help me with this I would greatly appreciate any help. Thank you!
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Old 22 Apr 2017, 17:36
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The items you see that are the main Navbar Tabs and the sub-menus associated with those are editable in Admincp > Settings > Navigation Manager.

The items at the very top where you see your name would need to be edited via the templates - the header template, I believe.
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Old 22 Apr 2017, 17:59
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Originally Posted by Lynne View Post
The items you see that are the main Navbar Tabs and the sub-menus associated with those are editable in Admincp > Settings > Navigation Manager.

The items at the very top where you see your name would need to be edited via the templates - the header template, I believe.
Thank you, Lynne. I don't mean the links on the navbars, but the links underneath it.
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Old 26 Apr 2017, 00:06
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Could still use some assistance with this...
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Old 26 Apr 2017, 04:35
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Originally Posted by Manipulation View Post
On the lower navbar sections I would like to remove the new posts, forum actions and privates messages. (not getting rid of PM's, feels redundant on both top and bottom). "Groups", "Albums" and "Friends & Contacts" would go in the User CP and I'd like to move the "F.A.Q." and "Calender" into the Community" dropdown. I would also remove quick links and move view staff to the community dropdown.

If anyone can help me with this I would greatly appreciate any help. Thank you!
As Lynne has mentioned, go to Admincp>Settings>Navigation manager and then click the tab next to Forum.

As for your other requests, I'll have to leave that to more experienced members as I couldn't code my way out of a paper bag.
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Old 29 Apr 2017, 01:57
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If anyone will read what I stated I never mention anything about the "TAB menu". That is not at all what I'm asking about.
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Old 29 Apr 2017, 18:35
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We know, you are talking about the "lower navbar sections" where it says "New Posts", "FAQ", "Calendar", "Community", etc. So, go to Admincp > Settings > Navigation Manager and click on Forum and it will open up and show all those sub-menu items and you may edit them there.
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Old 30 Apr 2017, 06:34
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We know, you are talking about the "lower navbar sections" where it says "New Posts", "FAQ", "Calendar", "Community", etc. So, go to Admincp > Settings > Navigation Manager and click on Forum and it will open up and show all those sub-menu items and you may edit them there.
Terribly sorry, thanks for that. Do you know how I would go about editing the top links?
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Old 07 May 2017, 02:57
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Terribly sorry, thanks for that. Do you know how I would go about editing the top links?
Those are in a template (as I stated above, I believe it is the header template).
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