2 basic setup questions
Still getting my feet wet (installed last night), but having been through the admin panel now a couple times, I haven’t been able to find a way to do these 2 things:
1. The default number of pictures displayed on the Featured Photos bar on my vbulletin forum index is 4. I’d like to play around with increasing that number, but can’t find where to do so (found where to do it for Recent Photos, just not on Featured Photos). Could some kind soul please point me to the proper control?
2. On my Photopost index page, I’ve moved the Recent Photos bar to the top. What I’m trying to do now is place it ABOVE the Sidebar modules and Category list, in order to have the Recent Photos bar extend all the way across the page. The only way I’ve been able to accomplish that is by disabling the Sidebar altogether, which I don't want to do. If I’m missing obvious control panel functions again, please let me know. And if it is a matter of a basic template edit, if someone could point me to the right one I’d appreciate it.
Thanks in advance!
1. That block is actually an external block outside the photopost program or admin panel. It is located in your photopost directory in a file called inc_features.php and within the configuration details at the top of that file you will see how many photos to display and how many rows.
2. There is no function for this as it would be considered a bug to allow that since a sidebar is suppose to open in the header etc and the program be wrapped in a td. It is not a template edit but rather a php file edit. You would need to ftp to your servers photopost directory and edit index.php and find this code and move it above the include for the menubar template. ;)
Thank you sir.
And don't worry, I won't embarrass you with another testimonial. ;)
Takes alot of embarass an old fart like me dont worry.
Damn, I'm so close I can smell it. :)
First fix was easy.
Second one, I thought I had it, but no. Is this the "include for the menubar template" you're referring to?
Yes the code block I noted in my reply in index.php you would move right above the line you posted above for the menubar template include. :)
Not sure what I did wrong the first time ... but I had gotten en error message to the effect I'd misplaced a "}" or something that I could not for the life of me find.
No matter. Done now.
Thanks again ... you continue to be The Man. :)
Have a good evening ;)
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