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Multi level folder support for new index view

Re: Multi level folder support for new index view
October 04, 2006 12:22PM
hmm okay now it does at least something :)

but my folder structure is:

Folder 1
--> Folder 2
-----> Board 2.1
--> Board 1.1
--> Board 1.2

-------

so the folder shows up nicely on top of the boards in folder 1 but it links to folder 1 (index.php?9 instead of index.php?140 as it should do)

hmm.

thanks all the same. another question. it wouldn't be possible to show a board just inside another would it? that I would open board 1.1 and find board 2.1 inside? (our old board had this. for one sublevel at least. and we are really missing it :/ )

Net.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/04/2006 01:01PM by Netwalker.
Re: Multi level folder support for new index view
October 04, 2006 01:00PM
I found another problem just now.

as I said my folder structure is the following:

Folder 1
--> Folder 2
-----> Board 2.1
--> Board 1.1
--> Board 1.2

-------
now Folder 1 visible but Boards 1.1 and 1.2 are only to be seen by admins resp. mods. therefore Folder 1 is invisible for all those you are neither admin nor mod.

BUT if I set Folder 2 to visible (for invisible would hide it from EVERYONE incl admins) and I set Board 2.1 (the 'sub-Board') to be visible for admins only I hit a problem as Folder 2 does not check (or so it seems) whether its contents are visible. therefore I get for anonymous (and all other 'normal') users:

Folder 1 -> Folder 2 -> You have no right to see this forum.

which is rather annoying.

really sorry to bother you with that.

Netwalker.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 10/04/2006 02:18PM by Netwalker.
Re: Multi level folder support for new index view
October 04, 2006 01:03PM
you did this
> I set Board 2.1 (the 'sub-Board') to be visible for admins only

and told this

> therefore I get for anonymous (and all other 'normal') users:
> Folder 1 -> Folder 2 -> You have no right to see this forum.

which is absolutely correct IMO. there is nothing to see for anonymous / normal users as the forum is only visible to admins.


Thomas Seifert
Phorum Development Team / Mysnip-Solutions.de
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Re: Multi level folder support for new index view
October 04, 2006 01:05PM
yes and no. if there are no visible boards in a folder the folder itself should vanish from view for everyone except admins. (which folder 1 did perfectly well before folder 2 was introduced) but now folder 2 shows up although its contents are invisible. which it shouldn't do.

Is that better to understand?



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/04/2006 01:07PM by Netwalker.
Re: Multi level folder support for new index view
October 04, 2006 01:13PM
yeah but thats a completely different issue than what you told above.
but I'll leave that issue to Oliver.


Thomas Seifert
Phorum Development Team / Mysnip-Solutions.de
Custom Phorum and general software development
worry-free Phorum Hosting
Re: Multi level folder support for new index view
October 04, 2006 01:17PM
really sorry about confusing you. I thought it would be clear as I stated that

Quote

Folder 1 is invisible for all those you are neither admin nor mod.

;)

now hoping for Oliver not to be bothered to much with my questions.

Net.
Re: Multi level folder support for new index view
October 04, 2006 01:35PM
Hi Netwalker,

Quote
Netwalker
so the folder shows up nicely on top of the boards in folder 1 but it links to folder 1 (index.php?9 instead of index.php?140 as it should do)

I just downloaded Phorum 5.1.16a, replaced the two files from my "Multi Levvel Folder Support" and it's working for me like you can see here:
[phorum-5.1.16a.riesen.org]

Folder1 contains (sub-) Folder3

Regards
Oliver


Using Phorum since 7/2000: forum.langzeittest.de (actual version 5.2.23)
Modules "Made in Germany" for version 5.2: Author_as_Sender, CarCost, Close_Topic, Conceal_Message_Timestamp,
Format_Email, Index_Structure, Mailing_List, Pervasive_Forum, Spritmonitor, Terms_of_Service and German_Language_Files_Package.
Re: Multi level folder support for new index view
October 04, 2006 01:43PM
okay then problem one is buried somewhere in my template. I'll go and look for it.

thanks all the same.

Net.
Re: Multi level folder support for new index view
January 24, 2007 11:39PM
I've modified this so that it more closely matches the look & feel of the 'classic' style in that, within a folder view, every other row can have an alternate color scheme.

It resets the alternating each folder, so that it doesn't look stupid :P

<div class="PhorumNavBlock">
  <span class="PhorumNavHeading">{LANG->Goto}:</span>&nbsp;{IF URL->INDEX}<a class="PhorumNavLink" href="{URL->INDEX}">{LANG->ForumList}</a>&bull;{/IF}<a class="PhorumNavLink" href="{URL->SEARCH}">{LANG->Search}</a>&bull;{INCLUDE loginout_menu}
</div>
<table id="phorum-index" cellspacing="0">
  {LOOP FORUMS}
    {IF FORUMS->level 0}
      <tr class="folder">
        {IF FORUMS->forum_id FORUMS->vroot}
          <th class="forum-name">{LANG->Forums}</th>
        {ELSE}
          <th class="forum-name"><a href="{FORUMS->url}">{FORUMS->name}</a></th>
        {/IF}
        <th class="forum-threads">{LANG->Threads}</th>
        <th class="forum-posts">{LANG->Posts}</th>
        <th class="forum-last-post">{LANG->LastPost}</th>
      </tr>
      <?php $rclass=""; ?>
    {ELSE}
      <tr class="forum<?php echo $rclass;?>">
        {IF FORUMS->folder_flag}
          <td class="forum-name<?php echo $rclass;?>" colspan="4">
            <a href="{FORUMS->URL->INDEX}">{FORUMS->name}</a><p>{FORUMS->description}</p>
          </td>
        {ELSE}
          <td class="forum-name<?php echo $rclass;?>">
            <a href="{FORUMS->url}">{FORUMS->name}</a><p>{FORUMS->description}</p><small>{LANG->Options}: {IF LOGGEDIN true}<a href="{FORUMS->url_markread}">{LANG->MarkForumRead}</a>{/IF}{IF FORUMS->url_rss}{IF LOGGEDIN true}&nbsp;&bull;&nbsp;{/IF}<a href="{FORUMS->url_rss}">{LANG->RSS}</a>{/IF}</small>
          </td>
          <td class="forum-threads<?php echo $rclass;?>" nowrap="nowrap">
            {FORUMS->thread_count}
            {IF FORUMS->new_threads}
              (<span class="PhorumNewFlag">{FORUMS->new_threads} {LANG->newflag}</span>)
            {/IF}
          </td>
          <td class="forum-posts<?php echo $rclass;?>" nowrap="nowrap">
            {FORUMS->message_count}
            {IF FORUMS->new_messages}
              (<span class="PhorumNewFlag">{FORUMS->new_messages} {LANG->newflag}</span>)
            {/IF}
          </td>
          <td class="forum-last-post<?php echo $rclass;?>" nowrap="nowrap">{FORUMS->last_post}</td>
        {/IF}
      </tr>
	  <?php if($rclass=="Alt") $rclass=""; else $rclass="Alt"; ?>
    {/IF}
  {/LOOP FORUMS}
</table>

then modify css.tpl to add the following items:
#phorum-index td.forum-nameAlt
#phorum-index td.forum-nameAlt p
#phorum-index td.forum-nameAlt small
#phorum-index td.forum-threadsAlt
#phorum-index td.forum-postsAlt
#phorum-index td.forum-last-postAlt

for me, I just copied the NON-'Alt' version and added a lighter background color.

(actually, in my phorum, I've extracted this info into a .css file which I include instead of dynamically presenting this--seems to save a lot of bandwidth and facilitates client-side caching of the css file)
Re: Multi level folder support for new index view
March 21, 2007 02:03AM
I'm not using folders at the moment, but I am using the New Style. Is there a MOD or some form of detailed instructions on how to put this into my Forum?

I have the Treeview MOD installed, & would love to have each row, within each Thread, alternating between 2 colours I choose.

I don't necessarily need to have the alternating colour in the Forum Index page, but within each forum thread view, yes.

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