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Post by !_NICK_! on December 21st 2012, 7:22 am

How can I create a new BBCode button for a drop down list, and as a button only for moderators to view. Like here on forumotion, the way the moderators use there Mod Colors.

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Re: Mod Tools

Post by !_NICK_! on December 22nd 2012, 1:27 am

Now how do I make them display only to Moderators and above?

Also, I can't insert <div> tags in the code without it changing it.

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Re: Mod Tools

Post by Kaizer Lee on December 22nd 2012, 5:14 am

By putting the codes needed in a widget and setting its permissions to Moderators and above Smile

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Re: Mod Tools

Post by !_NICK_! on December 25th 2012, 1:57 am

I can't use widgets on my forum. It messes my whole design up. Any other way?

Could I possible make it display to only certain usernames?

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Re: Mod Tools

Post by Kaizer Lee on December 26th 2012, 7:18 am

No. The only possible way is for you to put them in a widget and if you put it anywhere else, it'll appear for everyone, including the members. (Unless the topic is set to guests, the guests may use it as well)

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Re: Mod Tools

Post by !_NICK_! on December 26th 2012, 10:17 am

Yes there is a way to do it by usernames. I've seen it done before, but don't know how to code it.

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Re: Mod Tools

Post by Kaizer Lee on December 26th 2012, 11:05 am

Oh I thought you meant the other part of the code.

Anyway, you have to put a class name for it or something.

Just like the background for staff options here, just manipulate the code: http://help.forumotion.com/t118328-staff-background#775891

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Post by !_NICK_! on December 27th 2012, 9:30 pm

Could I have an example code? I don't know how to code JavaScript.

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Re: Mod Tools

Post by Kaizer Lee on December 28th 2012, 9:23 am

Code:
$.getScript("(SOURCE LINK IN .js FORMAT)",function(){
$('a[href="/u1"] strong')

That's just an example. Not sure if you can use that, have others suggest for it too.

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Re: Mod Tools

Post by nextlevelgaming on January 2nd 2013, 6:04 am

Nick you can use widgets Smile if this gets to tough for ya. By doing the following

Place codes in left side (or right)
wrap the entire thing in a div
Code:
<div id="mod_insert">
codes here
</div>
and then add this to your CSS

Code:
#left{display:none;}
(right side use this)
Code:
#right{display:none;}

Then go to your TEMPLATES -->GENERAL --> viewtopic_body (quick reply)

search for
Code:
<a name="quickreply"></a>

add below that

Code:
<div id="mod_tools"></div>

then add this jQuery to your javascript management

Code:
$('#mod_insert').appendTo('#mod_tools');

That will make it so they can see the buttons in Quick Reply, you can do the same thing to the regular reply just go to

TEMPLATES -->POST & PRIVATE MESSAGES -->posting_body

Add the div
Code:
<div id="mod_tools"></div>
below this in that template

Code:
<div id="text_editor_controls">

Yes I know its alot to do, but hey it works I know this lol. and it really only takes 5minutes all in all.


Don't forget to set the permissions on that widget to Moderators

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