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How can I edit the bottom of the forum so it looks like this?
It has the who's online, stats, profile, and chatbox. It looks like this Smile

you can't do that with css?

You need HTML, CSS & JQuery. Search for jQuery organic tabs Wink

You need CSS to make it... but you also need PUNBB forum version. I'm sure somebody (saxaca =P) could fix you up with one in phpbb2, but it's impossible in other forum versions.

Edit Evil : Nothing's impossible.. I had this on PhpBB3, using jQuery =)

Dang. I guess I should consider using punbb? I have one more question. How do I hide a tab from guests seeing it?

Put this around it:

Code:
<!-- BEGIN switch_user_logged_out -->

YOUR CODE HERE

<!-- END switch_user_logged_out -->

Ok i'm a bit confused. I see , what does this do? Also, does is css and html used in java script or no?

It hides contents that are between the comments from users that are not logged in.
As for the javascript question, your statement is quite unclear.

McStormify wrote:Put this around it:

Code:
<!-- BEGIN switch_user_logged_out -->

YOUR CODE HERE

<!-- END switch_user_logged_out -->


that wont help at all,its just HTML comments.
You can do that also using CSS(3) but you will have problems with IE until IE9 is launched.
Alternatevely you can use JQuery or simple Javascript.

Roflmao? Comment stuff to hide it from guests?
Those parts of the templates only mark where the guest's hideout is =P

Nick wrote:
McStormify wrote:Put this around it:

Code:
<!-- BEGIN switch_user_logged_out -->

YOUR CODE HERE

<!-- END switch_user_logged_out -->


that wont help at all,its just HTML comments.
You can do that also using CSS(3) but you will have problems with IE until IE9 is launched.
Alternatevely you can use JQuery or simple Javascript.

these codes will hide them from logged in members. but these will hide from guests Razz
Code:

[code]<!-- BEGIN switch_user_logged_in -->

YOUR CODE HERE

<!-- END switch_user_logged_in -->[/code]

that's what im using.

oh ok. Lets see now Smile

Considered done.