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CSS - Sub-Forum-List in Columns
Mod Version: 2.00, by hpwilhelm (Member) hpwilhelm is offline
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This modification is in the archives.
vB Version: 3.5.0 Rating: (8 votes - 5.00 average) Installs: 255
Released: 29 Jun 2005 Last Update: 17 Sep 2006 Downloads: 594
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For vb3.5.x --> vb3.6.x

Tested and working on Firefox, Safari and IE6.

What this does:
It converts the sub-forum-list into a unordered list, then by using CSS arranges the sub-forums into columns.

The columns are liquid - number of columns depends on browser-window-width or page width. The column width is set in the CSS.

Note that you need to enable sub-forums in your ACP.

3 CSS class definition added.
8 template edits.

See the zip for further instructions / full details.

Enjoy!

Update: v2.
  • Class attribute moved from <li> to <ul> element, and you now get full control through the stylesheet.
  • A clear:both style added below the list to constrict the floats, so that you can put stuff beneath the list.
Update:
  • Works for vb3.6.x with no changes.
  • Added .txt to textfile

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Old 29 Dec 2008, 19:12
I, Brian I, Brian is offline
 
Join Date: Jul 2003
This is such an old hack but such a useful one, too. Many thanks for this again.
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