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#11
Very nice, I especially like the way there are no template edits.
#12
Yeah...that was the hardest part of doing this plugin. I really wanted to make it simple for users. I personally will use this on more of my sites now. The other versions of sideboxes never satisfied me. The one I run at hackforums.net is heavily modified but I still don't like it. This one is a total rewrite from scratch with a different approach altogether.
#13
Not that I understand PHP that well but how did you do it??
#14
Trial and error...trial and error.

Basically instead of using the template system and hard-coding the sidebar, I have it dynamic with some if statements and the settings. Totally wasn't easy.
#15
is there a way we can edit the width of it and if so how Smile
#16
Oh yeah..I was gonna make that dynamic and I forgot. Sad

Search for this and edit each entry to be the same.
Code:
width="200"

That should do it. Smile

But yeah...I was going to make it an editable setting. Maybe later on. For now just edit the file manually.
#17
Thanks for this one~ I like the flexibility you gave for placement and everything else!

Side boxes are a great way to add links and other information that you want your members to see and KNOW they see them!
I like the way you added the option for the boxes to follow you to every page or just keep it on the index page.

Excellent! I can't wait to play with this!
#18
Hi:
Can it be possible to just have it in the portal and forum and not in the login page? If so how can I do that?
Thanks in advance
#19
It shouldn't be on the login page at all. As a matter of fact mybb has sort of eliminated the old login page. Now it's DHTML.
#20
You can get the old style log in page at member.php?action=login

But that might not be what you meant Tongue


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