Posted on 2006-04-13
Last Modified: 2006-11-18
Hello everyone.

Is anyone of you acquainted with phpbb? I'm able to fit the forum in my actual layout, but I'm wondering how should I do it regarding the main menu? Do I also have to make this in the overall_header.tpl?
Question by:jvuz
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    the "main menu".. do you mean the upper links like "faq :: search :: memberlist"? if you have only one template and only one language, you dont need to take care. simply edit the overall_header.tpl (not quite sure, cant check it now) and write in your own links hardcoded.

    otherwise simply adapt how the other links are being inserted. then you also must find the file which has each language constants and insert your data there. phpbb can be very nested :/ cant give you a straight example on this - you better experiment if you have multiple templates and/or languages
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    It didn't work with relative addresses (like ../map/file) but using the full address worked (



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