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Post by azwiz on Sat 5 Sep - 6:31:00

In saw a post on this . But my question is different . Is there a way to reposition the topics in a forum . For instance if I wanted to have particular topics that are located farther down to be in the top group of scrolling topics or even the top topics in stationary " news " widget . How do I rearrange them ? Like when you moderate a forum you can move certain topics to a different forum . Is that the general Idea ? Make a new forum with the topics preferred on top ?
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Post by SLGray on Sat 5 Sep - 6:35:13

AP > General > Forum > Categories & Forum
When you create a new forum or modify an old one, there is a option for arranging topics in a forum.


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Post by azwiz on Sat 5 Sep - 6:50:06

Ok thanx .
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Post by brandon_g on Sat 5 Sep - 12:57:54

Hello,

You could also just make the topics a sticky, announcement or global announcement. These will stay to the top, no matter what then.


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Solved Re: How do I reposition topics in a forum?

Post by azwiz on Sat 5 Sep - 17:18:16

Hmm . I might try that too . What I said about moderating and moving the topics to a new forum , in the exact order I wanted them in . Worked very well .
  
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Post by brandon_g on Sat 5 Sep - 18:11:44

Alright then, glad you managed to solve your issue.


Your welcome for all help I provided.

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Post by SLGray on Sat 5 Sep - 19:43:52

Is this solved?


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Post by azwiz on Sun 6 Sep - 18:21:01

Yes most definitely . Thank you
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Solved Re: How do I reposition topics in a forum?

Post by APE on Sun 6 Sep - 22:24:41

@azwiz Please don't forget to click the green solved button when your problem is solved so we know its solved then we can move it and close it.

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