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Solved New Log in Navigation Bar?

Post by jan4jam on July 2nd 2015, 2:13 pm

Good morning,

I am almost afraid to ask but I will anyway have to do to learn right? Anyway I absolutely love that new feature you have at the top with my logo recent topics etc. Is there a way I can do that so my members can have easy access to that as well?

It just might be too hard for me with codes etc. but I figured I would ask and maybe some time in the near future I will be confident enough to try it, if not no worries BUT IT IS AWESOME love what you did=D Big Smiles...

Have a good day God Bless,
Jan

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Solved Re: New Log in Navigation Bar?

Post by Ange Tuteur on July 2nd 2015, 3:31 pm

Hi @jan4jam,

This is still being worked on, but if your forum version is phpbb3 you can use the following prototype. Go to Administration Panel > Display > Generalities

Paste the following code into the homepage message.
Code:
<style type="text/css">#userProfile { font-size:11px; position:relative; margin-top:30px; margin-bottom:10px; padding:3px; }
#userProfile .leftCol { float:left; text-align:center; width:20%; }
#userProfile .rightCol { float:left; width:25%; }
#userName { background:#ECF3F7; color:#0076B1; font-weight:bold; font-family:"Trebuchet MS", Verdana, Arial, Sans-serif; border-radius:3px 3px 0 0; position:absolute; left:3px; top:-18px; padding:0 12px; line-height:18px; }
#userName span { font-weight:normal }
#userAvatar img { max-width:100px }
#userAvatar { display:inline-block; overflow:hidden; min-height:100px; min-width:100px; }
#userProfile .title { color:#0076B1; font-weight:bold; border-bottom:1px solid #0076B1; padding-bottom:3px; margin-bottom:3px; width:90%; }
#userProfile .statLabel { display:inline-block; width:85px; font-weight:bold; text-align:right; margin-right:6px; }</style>
<script type="text/javascript">// <![CDATA[
(function(J, U, L) {
  var main = document.getElementById('main-content'),
      homepage = J('.introduction', main)[0],
      profil;
   
  if (U.session_logged_in) {
    profil = document.createElement('DIV');
    profil.id = 'userProfile';
    profil.className = 'panel introduction';
    profil.innerHTML = '<div id="userName"><span>Logged in as </span>' + U.username + '</div><div class="leftCol"><span id="userAvatar">' + U.avatar + '</span></div><div class="rightCol"><div class="title">General</div><div><span class="statLabel">Rank : </span>' + L.rank_title + '</div><div><span class="statLabel">' + L.Posts + ' : </span>' + U.user_posts + '</div><div><span class="statLabel">' + L.PMs + ' : </span>' + U.user_nb_privmsg + '</div><div><span class="statLabel">' + L.Reputation + ' : </span>' + U.point_reputation + '</div></div><div class="rightCol"><div class="title">Profile</div><div><a href="/u' + U.user_id + '">' + L.See_my_profile + '</a></div><div><a href="/profile?mode=editprofile">' + L.Edit_profile + '</a></div><div><a href="/privmsg?folder=inbox">' + L.All_PMs + '</a></div><div><a href="/profile?mode=editprofile&page_profil=notifications">' + L.Notif_see_all + '</a></div></div><div class="rightCol"><div class="title">Search</div><div><a href="/sta/' + U.username + '">' + L.All_Topics + '</a></div><div><a href="/spa/' + U.username + '">' + L.All_Messages + '</a></div><div><a href="/search?search_id=watchsearch">' + L.js_topics_followed + '</a></div><div><a href="/search?search_id=newposts">View new posts</a></div></div><div class="clear"></div>';
    main.insertBefore(profil, homepage);
  }
  // par ange tuteur
})(jQuery, _userdata, _lang);
//]]></script>
( You can add it to the very bottom or top depending on your preferences )

That should give you the following result :

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Solved Re: New Log in Navigation Bar?

Post by jan4jam on July 3rd 2015, 11:46 am

Good morning,

I am running PHPBB no number after it? Found this at the bottom of forum?

I understand what you mean but do not know the version with a number afterwards?

Have a good day,
Jan

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Solved Re: New Log in Navigation Bar?

Post by jan4jam on July 3rd 2015, 11:51 am

Okay I am running the phpbb3 but when I paste code it says successful but when I check forum it is not there, then I go back into admin, display, generalties, and it is not in the box the code was saved when I did it but it is not there when I go back in and look, so what I mean is it is not saving it?

Maybe because it is being worked I will try every week or so and when it is done being worked on we shall see but I understand GREAT=D Thanks a heap!!

Have a good day,
Jan

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Solved Re: New Log in Navigation Bar?

Post by jan4jam on July 3rd 2015, 11:53 am

Also I just noticed even though it was not added to forum there is a bigger space under my description no big deal just letting you know?

Thanks God Bless
Jan

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Solved Re: New Log in Navigation Bar?

Post by Ange Tuteur on July 3rd 2015, 12:06 pm

Oh sorry, I forgot to mention; When pasting the code, make sure that you're using source code mode on the editor. Otherwise, it may incorrectly add the code, or not add it altogether.

You can tell you're using source code mode if the sheet of paper has a white background :


Clicking it will switch between modes. Also, the extra space may be due to additional break tags ( <br/> ) you can find and remove these breaks in source mode. Smile

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Solved Re: New Log in Navigation Bar?

Post by jan4jam on July 3rd 2015, 12:38 pm

WOW GREAT I got it totally awesome proud of me I usually have so much trouble

God Bless Have A Great Day
Jan

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Solved Re: New Log in Navigation Bar?

Post by Ange Tuteur on July 7th 2015, 6:20 pm

You're welcome ^^

Topic archived

If you have any problems with it, feel free to open a new topic. Have a nice day. Smile

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