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Place the Sub-Forums Above the Topics

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PostSLGray on Sat Jul 18, 2015 7:54 pm

Place the Sub-Forums Above the Topics
On Invision forums, the sub-forums appear below the topics.  This tutorial will show how to modify the templates to move the sub-forums above the topics.

Administration Panel > Display > Templates > General > viewforum_body

Find and remove :
Code:
{BOARD_INDEX}

Find :
Code:
<ul id="navstrip" class="clearfix">
 <li class="begin"><a href="{U_INDEX}">{L_INDEX}</a></li>
 {NAV_CAT_DESC}
</ul>

Replace by :
Code:
<ul id="navstrip" class="clearfix">
 <li class="begin"><a href="{U_INDEX}">{L_INDEX}</a></li>
 {NAV_CAT_DESC}
</ul>

{BOARD_INDEX}

Then save and publish.
The information for this tutorial was given by Ange Tuteur.

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