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Post by Mike on July 3rd 2010, 7:18 pm

Hi All,

Sorry for another thread,

But i need some moreeee help.

my current theme is Black Gold using phpBB2 (subsilver).

I have these forums:



I would like them to dissapear from the main page... And just be visible inside the forum.

Like this:



How can i do this?

If you need a link: http://www.gamersforums.forumotion.com

Thanks,

Drogba921


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Solved Re: Hiding a Forum

Post by Sanket on July 3rd 2010, 7:26 pm

Hi, your title not being specific and therefore not facilitating research via the search option, I'm not answering (nor is any other member ) until you change your title to a more specific one, related to your problem

Why do we ask you to use explicit titles
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The forum's search engine bases its research on keywords found in [b]topic titles[/b].

When you do a research, do you use "help", "urgent", "problem", "SOS" or "question" as keywords to look for topics about your problem/question?

Certainly not!  So this is why it is important to use titles [b]related to your problem/question[/b].  Doing this makes the researches much easier for visitors who use the search engine to get an answer to their question.

Thanks for your understanding.

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Post by Mike on July 3rd 2010, 7:34 pm

@Sanket wrote:Hi, your title not being specific and therefore not facilitating research via the search option, I'm not answering (nor is any other member ) until you change your title to a more specific one, related to your problem

Why do we ask you to use explicit titles
Code:
The forum's search engine bases its research on keywords found in [b]topic titles[/b].

When you do a research, do you use "help", "urgent", "problem", "SOS" or "question" as keywords to look for topics about your problem/question?

Certainly not!  So this is why it is important to use titles [b]related to your problem/question[/b].  Doing this makes the researches much easier for visitors who use the search engine to get an answer to their question.

Thanks for your understanding.

Cordially
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Changed.

Thanks sanket

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Post by AlphaPkz on July 3rd 2010, 7:35 pm

I don't think it's possible.

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Post by Mike on July 3rd 2010, 8:31 pm

@AlphaPkz wrote:I don't think it's possible.

I think it is..

Ill wait for a Global mod to reply

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Post by techguy1001 on July 3rd 2010, 10:18 pm

Yes it is possible, you simply have to change your structure type. I don't know exactly which one it will be, but play around with it.

Just go to:
Admin Panel > Display > Homepage > Structure & Hierarchy\

Let me know if you have any more questions!

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Post by Mike on July 3rd 2010, 10:24 pm

@techguy1001 wrote:Yes it is possible, you simply have to change your structure type. I don't know exactly which one it will be, but play around with it.

Just go to:
Admin Panel > Display > Homepage > Structure & Hierarchy\

Let me know if you have any more questions!

I love you!

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Post by ankillien on July 4th 2010, 4:08 am

Solved > Locked

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