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Post by Guest January 31st 2009, 7:04 pm

First topic message reminder :

Well I just spend 2 hours on probably the best tutorial for colors and fonts, but because of the lame ass characters limit I couldn't post it in one post.

And it would be confusing for the new member to coherately flow through the tutorial if it was broken up.
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Post by Darren1 July 19th 2009, 2:12 am

Marc, the better descriptions for each forum can be found in jalokims word and it sounds far more convincing that what the default forumotion's ones are

Nice tuts so far guys Smile
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Post by Rok July 19th 2009, 2:20 am

Hehe, why thank you Darren.
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Post by Darren1 July 20th 2009, 7:05 am

Rok, in the spoiler, ur image is missing the [/img] tag Wink

I also recommend using a different donate button, the current one is hard to read.
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Post by Rok July 21st 2009, 3:39 am

Thanks for that info. Also, it's just a sample button.
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Post by Darren1 July 26th 2009, 1:03 am

Nice tuts guys!

Marc, I love u for finding that clock site for me, I owe you Smile
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Post by MrMega July 26th 2009, 1:58 am

Hah me too Smile
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Post by Darren1 August 3rd 2009, 1:19 am

Luky can you accept/refuse these?
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Post by Cman August 3rd 2009, 4:35 am

Yea, Lucky, you are the big man now, remember.
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Post by Master Marc August 3rd 2009, 4:44 am

Cman wrote:Yea, Lucky, you are the big man now, remember.
You spelt his name wrong, tongue

Brings back the old days when I used to spell his name wrong, Razz

darren1 wrote:Luky can you accept/refuse these?
Don't rush him Darren, Split: Member written tutorials - Page 4 Smiley10

When he's ready,he'll do it, salut {He's only been administrator for a few days now,give him some time}
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Post by Cman August 3rd 2009, 4:51 am

Okay, I will wait...oops, I meant Luky..lol
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Post by Nessa August 3rd 2009, 5:26 am

Great tutorials guys. Very Happy

darren1 wrote:Luky can you accept/refuse these?

Darren, I'll remind Luky to peek in here and check out the new tutorials. thumright
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Post by Darren1 August 3rd 2009, 6:44 am

To the pestering nitwits that want that Admin panel tutorial update: Shut it, it aint happening any time soon, iv got too much stuff to do right now, and personally, id rather wait for the next update - Its coming shortly, im sure of that!

Marc, he was accepting these tuts a matter of a few months ago - No news since Caihlem took his last holiday, both were accepting/refusing tut's, which was nice to see - Some facts are good to know off hand Wink
Otherwise PM me please.

Nessa, thanks a Tonne.
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Post by Luky August 3rd 2009, 12:49 pm

Hello guys!

Sorry for the long wait but here we go:



Master Marc: - Script To Disable The Right-Click =>Accepted
- Tips To Get More Visits On Your Website/Forum =>Accepted
- Forum Versions =>Accepted
- Clocks on your board =>Accepted

Rok: - Resynchronizing Your Forum =>Accepted
- Activating Donations =>Accepted

Cman: - Adding A "Window" For Your Widget=>Accepted
- Picture Appearance On Forum Rollover=>Accepted

br4dl3y2013: - How To Hide The Calendar For Everyone=>Accepted
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Post by MrDudemanpeace August 5th 2009, 1:25 am

Here is a basic tutorial for awards:

First, go to 'users and groups'.
Click on 'Profiles'.
scroll down and click the plus sign to create a new field.

Under 'type', select 'images list'.
Under name, type in awards or your liking.

For preview, check both boxes.

Make it so only Mods can give out awards.

Under display type, select image and text.

Under 'Images List' select the new icon.

Insert the adress of the image in 'image adress'.

Under 'alternate text' type in the award name.


Repeat last two steps until desired amount.

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Post by Darren1 August 5th 2009, 1:32 am

Thank you Luky!

MrDudepeaceman, I think these 2 things could improve you tut:
1. Can you add some screen shots, to help explain things please?
2. Also that bold is way overpowering, and is making everything seem as important as other things.
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Post by Jalokim August 16th 2009, 11:50 am

I don't see the point of putting a login box into the forum?

and you can't hide it... not even via template editing.
You are better off creating a lightbox link in your General message with a pop up fade background log in box.

totally hideable, not only template editing
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Post by Darren1 August 16th 2009, 12:20 pm

Jalokim wrote:I don't see the point of putting a login box into the forum?

and you can't hide it... not even via template editing.
You are better off creating a lightbox link in your General message with a pop up fade background log in box.

totally hideable, not only template editing

Not a shock there ( hahaha )

It's just an additional way of logging into your forum, even though you cannot hide it, which I didn't think it was possible - Thanks for confirming that Smile

There isn't much of a point, but I just though its a neat trick to play with, but the people iv asked to comment it (other than people here on the SF) have actually liked the point of it so, I posted it Split: Member written tutorials - Page 4 Mouais
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Post by suckcock August 16th 2009, 4:06 pm

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Post by Theforum August 19th 2009, 5:57 am

Great Bank Idea


...


This is how my original creation of 'banks' work.

I will make the Bank accounts.

Here is the original message that I posted:

I think that I have an idea that might work, first you need to make a forum called 'Bank Accounts'. Then a user asks asks the founder (or whoever can add or take away points) to make him a bank a account by posting his bank account in the 'Bank Accounts' forum. Then the user with a bank account asks anyone who can take and add points from any member how many points he would like to deposit in the bank. The founder takes away those many points the user asked. Finally, the founder posts how many points the user has, how many he took away, and the User's name. Whenever the user wants to take points from his bank account, the founder would just search for the topic that the user made for a bank, and he would see how many points the user had and then he would give the user the points the user wants. (The forum 'Banks Accounts would have to be locked though.)
Example: user: I want to create a bank account
founder: (makes a topic like in the instructions)
user: I want to deposit 100 points. (user has 200)
What founder put in the topic:
Username: user
Points:200
Amount of Deposit:100
Bank Balance:100
Points Left:100
Withdraw Amount:0

user: I want to withdraw 50 points.
founder:(changes whatever he needs to change.)

Username: user
Points:200
Amount of Deposit:100
Bank Balance:50
Withdraw Amount:50

(If you're going to put this on my forum, you have to put the link the my forum and then (Original Creator of Bank:Eduardo) right next to the link. I came up with this by myself because I wanted a Bank in my forum.


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Post by dotDavid August 22nd 2009, 7:17 am

(If you're going to put this on my forum, you have to put the link the my forum and then (Original Creator of Bank:Eduardo) right next to the link. I came up with this by myself because I wanted a Bank in my forum.

I don't think you came up with the idea first. I've seen this done plenty of times. How sure are you that you were the first person to do this? How sure? Probably not very as you haven't seen every single Forumotion site.
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Post by MrMario August 22nd 2009, 6:06 pm

TheForum if you are going to submit a Tutorial please use images and not all the same font. It makes it hard to read and won't make members want to do this.
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Post by Theforum August 23rd 2009, 7:06 am

darren1 wrote:This tutorial will explain how to add topic icons such as the "solved" (Split: Member written tutorials - Page 4 Solved10) here at the support forum.

Now, we need to navigate to the Pictures management section of the administration panel.

Administration Panel >> Display >> Pics management (under the option pictures and colors) >> Advanced mode >> Click on "topic Icons" > Now click on the "create" button ( Split: Member written tutorials - Page 4 Create10 )

Now, for this tutorial, im adding the "Solved" icon as above.

In the Title Icon, you can add a description of that picture. (but not required)

And in the Icon, add the URL of the Icon, for me it is
Code:
[img]http://i40.servimg.com/u/f40/11/60/75/36/solved10.png[/img]


Leave the image box field untouched, as it will over right ur URL

You can chose who can access the icon (as in who can see and use it) via this option.

Default assignment: this just means if u want that icon to appear in a specific spot (out of every thread, stickies and announcements) as default.

And finally, click the save button for it to take affect.

In a thread, it should appear as this:

Split: Member written tutorials - Page 4 Solved11

End of tutorial

Very helpful, thank you very much.
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Post by Darren1 August 23rd 2009, 7:08 am

No problem mate Smile

But, there's no need to quote the whole tutorial :S
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Post by Mystic_gohan2 August 23rd 2009, 9:27 am

darren1 wrote:Inserting a translator to your forum:

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really needed but can we add more languages?
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Post by Darren1 August 23rd 2009, 11:51 am

Mystic, I am looking for a improved translator, however Babel Fish contains a few of the popular languages, the Google one is redirecting to the Google URL redirection, and that's annoying to work with, and the other few I tried are just plaint crap

Ill see what I can whip up tomorrow as an improvement Wink
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Post by MrDudemanpeace August 23rd 2009, 5:05 pm

The following was used by jalokim on his testing forums.
The creators of this tutorial:
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THIS MIGHT BE KIND OF HARD TO UNDERSTAND.
Part 1
Place the code below in your CSS Stylesheet (Admin Panel > Display > Picture & Colors > Colors > CSS Stylesheet)


Code:
Code:
$(document).ready(function(){
$("ul.subnav2").parent().append(""); //Only shows drop down trigger when js is enabled - Adds empty span tag after ul.subnav
$("ul.topnav2 li span").click(function() { //When trigger is clicked...
//Following events are applied to the subnav itself (moving subnav up and down)
$(this).parent().find("ul.subnav2").slideDown('fast').show(); //Drop down the subnav on click
$(this).parent().hover(function() {
}, function(){
$(this).parent().find("ul.subnav2").slideUp('slow'); //When the mouse hovers out of the subnav, move it back up
});
//Following events are applied to the trigger (Hover events for the trigger)
}).hover(function() {
$(this).addClass("subhover"); //On hover over, add class "subhover"
}, function(){//On Hover Out
$(this).removeClass("subhover"); //On hover out, remove class "subhover"
});
});


var gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www.");
document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + gaJsHost + "google-analytics.com/ga.js' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E"));


try {
var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-9369091-1");
pageTracker._trackPageview();
} catch(err)

$(document).ready(function(){
$(".toggle_container").hide();
$("h2.trigger").toggle(function(){
$(this).addClass("active");
}, function () {
$(this).removeClass("active");
});
$("h2.trigger").click(function(){
$(this).next(".toggle_container").slideToggle("slow,");
});
});

//

Save That.

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Part 2:
Go To Announcements (Admin Panel > General > Messages and Emails > Announcments)

Activate Announcments: Yes
Announcments Display: All Pages
Scroolling: Disabled
The rest keep the normal.

Now Create An Announcment.
Name it Theme Changer.

Paste The code below in Content.

Code:










$(document).ready(function(){$("ul.subnav2").parent().append(""); //Only shows drop down trigger when js is enabled - Adds empty span tag after ul.subnav$("ul.topnav2 li span").click(function() { //When trigger is clicked...//Following events are applied to the subnav itself (moving subnav up and down)$(this).parent().find("ul.subnav2").slideDown('fast').show(); //Drop down the subnav on click$(this).parent().hover(function() {}, function(){$(this).parent().find("ul.subnav2").slideUp('slow'); //When the mouse hovers out of the subnav, move it back up});//Following events are applied to the trigger (Hover events for the trigger)}).hover(function() { $(this).addClass("subhover"); //On hover over, add class "subhover"}, function(){//On Hover Out$(this).removeClass("subhover"); //On hover out, remove class "subhover"});});

var gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www.");document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + gaJsHost + "google-analytics.com/ga.js' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E"));

try {var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-9369091-1");pageTracker._trackPageview();} catch(err)

$(document).ready(function(){$(".toggle_container").hide();$("h2.trigger").toggle(function(){$(this).addClass("active"); }, function () {$(this).removeClass("active");});$("h2.trigger").click(function(){$(this).next(".toggle_container").slideToggle("slow,");});});





//






Theme Changer:
YOUR FIRST THEMES NAME | YOUR SECOND THEMES NAME | YOUR THIRD THEMES NAME



^^^ CHANGE THE THING IN CAPS LOCK!!

--------------------------------
3rd Step:
Now for Your CSS File url's: You must have a webs.com account (their free)
Upload your CSS files on their and post the link into the code above!

**To get your forum's current CSS File**
CSS Stylesheet (Admin Panel > Display > Picture & Colors > Colors > CSS Stylesheet)
Click the link see your forum basic css (or go to this http://YOURFORUMSURL/css.forum?pop=1)
Save it to your desktop as 'FORUMSNAME.CSS'

If you have any additional CSS In Sytlesheet Open Up 'FORUMSNAME.CSS' (the one you just downloaded) with Notepad.
Copy the additional CSS from the stylesheet & paste it in notepad behind the CSS of your basic forum's CSS.
Save As: 'FORUMSNAME.CSS' You have to literally type .css
File Type: ALL FILES


Do that for all the themes you want to have on your 'Theme Changer.'

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Step 4
Now upload the CSS files on your webs.com
Copy the download link and paste them in the above code.

Now push Save, And tadah you have a 'Theme Changer.'

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Step 5
Please post a link to mytube.7forum.net






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Post by MrMega August 23rd 2009, 5:35 pm

Template Editing: How to Remove Information in Usergroup page


Warning: This tutorial was used in a punBB version forum.

Step 1: Go to Admin Panel>Display>Template>Usergroups>groupcp_info_body

Now click on the orange gear to the right of it and find this section:

Code:
<thead>
               <tr>
                  <th class="tc4" style="border-left: none;">{L_PM}</th>
                  <th class="tcr">{L_USERNAME}</th>
                  <th class="tc3">{L_POSTS}</th>
                  <th class="tc3">{L_EMAIL}</th>
                  <th class="tc3">{L_WEBSITE}</th>
                  <th class="tc4">{L_SELECT}</th>
               </tr>
            </thead>

Step 2: Now, remove one of the following you see:

Code:
<th class="tcr">{L_USERNAME}</th>
                  <th class="tc3">{L_POSTS}</th>
                  <th class="tc3">{L_EMAIL}</th>
                  <th class="tc3">{L_WEBSITE}</th>
                  <th class="tc4">{L_SELECT}</th>

Now here's the tricky part; the variables and what they are:

Code:
<th class="tcr">{L_USERNAME}</th>
is the username; I strongly not recommend removing that.
Code:
<th class="tc3">{L_POSTS}</th>
is the number of posts the user has made.
Code:
<th class="tc3">{L_EMAIL}</th>
is the email of the user.
Code:
<th class="tc3">{L_WEBSITE}</th>
is the website of the user.
The last one, the select one, you should NEVER delete. It can mess up the usergroup system. Be very careful.

Step 3: Now that you've pressed the backspace button on one or some of the options, click Submit, then refresh the page and click on the green plus sign. Voila.
Now look at a usergroup via the Legend. You're done.

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Post by Darren1 August 24th 2009, 7:17 am

Mystic, iv got another one, an improved version of Google Translate, ill update the tut once I double check everything again Wink

Iv updated it, the Google is best all rounder, but have left the Yahoo! one there as well [ 4.42 PM ]

MrDudemanpeace, (This is all my opinion, if u disagree PM me please) don't u think seeing as the multi-theme is STILL not accurate, with glitches such as loss of signature, that it is NOT ready yet?
Also, copy rights on a tutorial, that is there for all to see, use, abuse, share ect ect?
And requiring a link to your forum - That's just not right in my opinion because it's cheap advertising, and it looks like ur boasting about it. TT
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Post by Cman August 25th 2009, 1:08 am


Saving Members' Work


This only works or administrators with template editing.

Go to Admin Panel > Display > Post & Private Messages under Templates > Posting Body.

Once you are there, post this code as the VERY last thing.

Code:
<SCRIPT language=JavaScript type=text/javascript>
// Cross browser event handling for IE 5+, NS6+ and Gecko
function addEvent(elm, evType, fn, useCapture)
{
if (elm.addEventListener)
{
// Gecko
elm.addEventListener(evType, fn, useCapture);
return true;
}
else if (elm.attachEvent)
{
// Internet Explorer
var r = elm.attachEvent('on' + evType, fn);
return r;
}
else
{
// nutscrape?
elm['on' + evType] = fn;
}
}

// Add Listeners
function addListeners(e)
{
// Before unload listener
addEvent(window, 'beforeunload', exitAlert, false);
}

// Exit Alert
function exitAlert(e)
{
// default warning message
var msg = "You will lose information if it has not already been saved.";

// set event
if (!e) { e = window.event; }
if (e) { e.returnValue = msg; }

// return warning message
return msg;
}

// Initialise
addEvent(window, 'load', addListeners, false);
</SCRIPT>

Now before a member leaves the topic, post reply, and quote pages, it will ask the member if they have saved their work. This also works for PMs and gallery commenting. This does not work with quick reply.

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Post by Cman August 25th 2009, 1:22 am


Adding An Inactivity Warning


Actiavte the announcements. Go to Admin Panel > General > Announcements under Messages and Emails. If you don't want announcements, add the code to the footer (only for administrators with template editing.) Go to Admin Panel > Display > General under Templates > overall footer.

Add this code to your template or announcement.
Code:
<meta HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" content="1200; url=http://justcorbin.forumotion.net/Inactivity-Just-Corbin-h3.htm">

Change http://justcorbin.forumotion.net/Inactivity-Just-Corbin-h3.htm to your inactivity page. Also, change the 1200 to the maximum amont of seconds that you want amember to stay on a page.

Now it's time to make your inactivity page. Go to Admin Panel > Modules > HTML pages management under HTML > create.

Just create a warning page. If you want an example, go here > http://justcorbin.forumotion.net/Inactivity-Just-Corbin-h3.htm.

There, you are done! You know have created a system where after a certain amount of seconds, a user from any page will be redirected to your warning page. This is for if someone has been on a page so long tht it seems like they are not on their computer.




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