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How do I move a sub-board to a place above the board it's attached to, and how do I disable post count in a board?

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How do I move a sub-board to a place above the board it's attached to, and how do I disable post count in a board?

Post by Werekill on November 22nd 2010, 8:56 pm

How do I move a sub-board from the bottom of the page to the top of it? I've been looking around in the options, and I can't find anything about it.

Also, how do I disable post count in a specific board? My forum has a spam board, and I would love to disable post count in there to prevent people from padding their total number of posts.

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Re: How do I move a sub-board to a place above the board it's attached to, and how do I disable post count in a board?

Post by Tilum on November 22nd 2010, 11:59 pm

You can't disable post count in a particular forum. As for your other question, I don't think that there is an option for it. I believe it is theme/version specific.

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Re: How do I move a sub-board to a place above the board it's attached to, and how do I disable post count in a board?

Post by kirk on November 23rd 2010, 12:12 am

yeah fopr the second question.
there are little green up and down arrows you can click to move them.

Admin panel>general>forums.

And like tilum has said there is no way to turn of the post count.

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Re: How do I move a sub-board to a place above the board it's attached to, and how do I disable post count in a board?

Post by Tilum on November 23rd 2010, 11:00 pm

@kirk wrote:yeah fopr the second question.
there are little green up and down arrows you can click to move them.

Admin panel>general>forums.

And like tilum has said there is no way to turn of the post count.

That's moving the order of the forums.

I think they mean to move where the sub forum is to above the main forum rather than below it.

Could be interpreted either way..

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Re: How do I move a sub-board to a place above the board it's attached to, and how do I disable post count in a board?

Post by Werekill on November 24th 2010, 9:22 pm

@Tilum wrote:
I think they mean to move where the sub forum is to above the main forum rather than below it.

Could be interpreted either way..

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Actually, that's exactly what I meant.

And I was just curious about turning off posts because I've seen several other invision-based forums that have boards without post counts. Are you absolutely certain that there is no way to do it?

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Re: How do I move a sub-board to a place above the board it's attached to, and how do I disable post count in a board?

Post by MrMario on November 25th 2010, 3:28 am

We are sure and if we did have that option we would already be telling you.

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Re: How do I move a sub-board to a place above the board it's attached to, and how do I disable post count in a board?

Post by Werekill on November 25th 2010, 3:36 am

Ah, ok. Just making sure. Thanks!

As for my other question (the sub-board one), is there anything that I can put into the CSS to do it?

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