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 Aug 15th, 2011 at 1:38pm
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Moving the Info Block
Have been running Yabb 2.4 a couple of years.

Would like to move the Board Index  info block up to between  <yabb navigation></div> and
<yabb main> in the default html template. However it seems to be part of <yabb main> Is there any way of separating it out in order to move it up?

Also, is it OK to call additional small images to the default html template using  <img src> tags?

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 Reply #1 - Aug 15th, 2011 at 6:13pm
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AFAIK - the info block has to be created when a page is generated - so I think its stuck in <yabb main>

I have certainly dropped in image files before. HOWEVER, until my main remote router is fixed later today -- I can't read my source.  I think they can be almost anywhere in the container (except <yabb main>  That's where (as I recall) YaBB 'stuffs' the dynamic page build (so its driven by the other index templates).

All my poor baby YaBB's are down until that fix.  Cry

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Thanks Jon for the helpful reply. Too bad it can't be moved. Don't bother looking at the code for image insertion. Am familiar with the default html template so it shouldn't be a problem.
 
 
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 Reply #3 - Aug 16th, 2011 at 2:48am
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From the YaBB Codex (Templates)
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{yabb main} - This is the variable that holds all of the information to be displayed in the main section of the page. The value of this variable is set by combining the code found in your various other template files, along with all of the variables contained within those files. For instance, if you are viewing the board index (the main page of your forums), the yabb main variable will contain all of the information set through your BoardIndex.template file.
 
 
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Thanks. Took a look at the source for Boardindex.template and believe you are suggesting the info block can be moved by editing the html. Will give it a try. Grin
 
 
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Yikes! It worked Great! Thanks' Captain.
 
 
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