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Post by juzel jay on October 17th 2011, 12:36 pm

please help need a little tut for this for my forumotion forum http://web-kreation.com/all/nice-clean-sliding-login-panel-built-with-jquery/

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Re: please help need a little tut for this

Post by shadowz au on October 17th 2011, 12:42 pm

Download it and host jquery and put css and html in

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Re: please help need a little tut for this

Post by LGforum on October 17th 2011, 12:49 pm

I am literally in the process of writing one. Its easy.

I will be posting the tutorial on this forum later: LINK REMOVED!! kirk

Look out for it Wink

But basically stick the css in the system css, host the Jquery in JS management, and put the html in a widget.


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Re: please help need a little tut for this

Post by kirk on October 17th 2011, 12:49 pm

you should be able to host the JQ here is needed.
http://yourjavascript.com/

then to insert your css you just use style tags and add to the head section of your html.

Code:
<style media="screen" type="text/css">

YOUR CSS HERE

</style>

@LGforum wrote:I am literally in the process of writing one. Its easy.

I will be posting the tutorial on this forum later: LINK REMOVED!! kirk

Look out for it Wink

But basically stick the css in the system css, host the Jquery in JS management, and put the html in a widget.

LGforum?

What are you doing? dint i just tell you in the other thread not to post links to things where other will have to register, Then you post this, and are clearly stating you are writing a tutorial to place on the that forum but have no intentions to post here.

Look and i hate giving warnings for silly things,But you are clearly just advertising the forum.
This will not be tolerated here, i strongly suggest you do not continue this any longer.
This is the final verbal warning i am giving, If you continue with any such actions as this, then official warnings and or banishment will be put in place.


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Re: please help need a little tut for this

Post by shadowz au on October 17th 2011, 12:53 pm

Kirk. It work in Javascript management as well. Smile

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Re: please help need a little tut for this

Post by kirk on October 17th 2011, 1:01 pm

@shadowz au wrote:Kirk. It work in Javascript management as well. Smile

Oh ok thats even better then Smile
I have not had time to download this thing, but have seen a few people ask about it before.
Plus i thought there was a tutorial here about this already but cant seem to find it? Sad
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Re: please help need a little tut for this

Post by shadowz au on October 17th 2011, 1:04 pm

LGforum. U gotta watch out.. I saw this tutorial somewhere here. i forgot it

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Re: please help need a little tut for this

Post by LGforum on October 17th 2011, 6:19 pm

I have made a tutorial now for adding this. Unfortunately Kirk has removed the link...

SO... you will have to wait and see if MrMario puts it on this forum...
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Post by Guest on October 17th 2011, 7:56 pm

@kirk wrote:LGforum?

What are you doing? dint i just tell you in the other thread not to post links to things where other will have to register, Then you post this, and are clearly stating you are writing a tutorial to place on the that forum but have no intentions to post here.

Look and i hate giving warnings for silly things,But you are clearly just advertising the forum.
This will not be tolerated here, i strongly suggest you do not continue this any longer.
This is the final verbal warning i am giving, If you continue with any such actions as this, then official warnings and or banishment will be put in place.
Kirk, I changed the forum permissions so the tutorial can be viewed by guests: http://diondesigns.forumotion.com/t8390-

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Post by Kiekeboe on October 18th 2011, 3:32 pm

@dion wrote:
@kirk wrote:LGforum?

What are you doing? dint i just tell you in the other thread not to post links to things where other will have to register, Then you post this, and are clearly stating you are writing a tutorial to place on the that forum but have no intentions to post here.

Look and i hate giving warnings for silly things,But you are clearly just advertising the forum.
This will not be tolerated here, i strongly suggest you do not continue this any longer.
This is the final verbal warning i am giving, If you continue with any such actions as this, then official warnings and or banishment will be put in place.
Kirk, I changed the forum permissions so the tutorial can be viewed by guests: http://diondesigns.forumotion.com/t8390-

It didn't work. Ah, well, it showed the panel as it should, but it didn't recognize me when I was logged in. So when I logged in, it was still saying "Hello Guest".
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Re: please help need a little tut for this

Post by LGforum on October 18th 2011, 4:32 pm

Why do you need a log-in panel when you are logged in? ... You need to put it in a widget and only display it for guests.
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