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Jul 5 2017, 04:23 PM
I thought this was already a thing but, as it turns out, all I can find is that the skin name is a global variable. I might have missed something, but if not this would be a useful global variable for skinning.
Jul 4 2017, 05:55 PM
This came up before, but in passing, so I figured I'd make a specific feature request for it (if that's okay) because I think it would be really handy and neat. I'll try and break it down here because I'm sure the thread title looks like nonsense.

Essentially, what I'm requesting is that the custom profile fields are parsed before the webpages are parsed, though I have to admit I have no idea if this is possible or overly complicated .I do, however, think if possible it would be really helpful.

For example - letting members choose to hide a sidebar without Javascript / without loading the sidebar for people who don't want it. How I tried to go about this:

Step one, make an custom field drop down where the question was "do you want a sidebar" with the options "yes" or "no" (without the quotes).

Step two, make a website with the key "yessidebar" that included all the HTML for the sidebar, and one with the key "nosidebar" without it (again, without the quotes)

Step three, add the following website key to my site, assuming step one involved custom field one: <% <!-- |field_1| -->sidebar %>

The issue is that instead of getting the info on the webpage to display, now I only get:

<% nosidebar %>

It would be helpful to have this feature because it would save on the browser having to add a lot of content on each page load, just because I want to offer a few different features like this, and I think people could get a lot of use from this. Additionally, I'm trying to develop a very simple to customize skin for RP sites with modular features that can be added or removed to make the skin feel less premade and I think this could help a lot (not to mention what people better with coding than I could do).

Anyway, thanks for reading + sorry for the wall of text, I just wanted to try my best to explain it in a way that (hopefully) makes sense.
Jun 5 2017, 01:10 PM
For some reason all of the Javascript in my header just up and stopped working.


This includes:

1. A cbox toggle that moves the rest of the board depending on the state of the toggle.
2. A code to re-route people using the wrong domain.
3. A code to auto-track most of the threads on our site.

Script in our footer includes:

1. Hiding empty sections of our profile
2. Styling our tooltips
3. Appending our recent topics feature

And those all seem to be working.

Not really sure what's up, but I'm hoping there's some sort of typo I'm not picking up on because I don't have a good grasp on Javascript. Any help would be much appreciated. This is regarding the site linked in my signature.


Changing my code to this seemed to make it work: (added that </script><script> to it)
<script>function sideToggle(){var a=document.getElementById("sidebar"),b=document.getElementById("sidebarHandle"),c=document.getElementById("wrapper");"0px""-275px","0px","0px",localStorage.setItem("sidebarState","false")):("0px","0px","0 219px 0 0px",localStorage.setItem("sidebarState","true"))}var desireddomain="";null===window.location.href.match(new RegExp("^http://"+desireddomain))&&(document.location=window.location.href.replace(/^http:\/\/.*\//i,"http://"+desireddomain+"/"))</script><script>if (typeof no_track === 'undefined') {
} else {

Do these have to be separated as such to continue functioning?
Jun 2 2017, 06:13 PM
So I have a code that allows for all threads a member interacts with to automatically be tracked and it's fantastic. We get way less problems with members forgetting threads. That being said, there is one section (the game section) that tends to just spam members with alerts, because it's always jumping. Is there a way to hide alerts from a specific forum, or a way to edit my code so that it works everywhere but a specific form? Or another code I can add to the rules section of that forum to disrupt this behavior? Is there a setting I missed that could be applied to exclude certain forums from being track-able?

I don't know much about Javascript but I believe this is the relevant part, and is currently in my site's <head> area:

May 25 2017, 08:53 PM
I've provided a screenshot and this is the link I'm looking at in case it helps explain my issue. Basically, though I've just submitted a reason for the rep change, the reason itself isn't appearing to me. I thought I might have accidentally hidden something with CSS but when I looked in the source code it doesn't seem like there's any info there to hide. I tried looking in the rep options in the ACP but I couldn't find anything. I suspect I'm just missing something right in front of my face, but any help is much appreciated.
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Oct 6 2017, 06:11 PM

Hey there! I run both (which is a sort of speculative fiction-esque sci-fi site) and (which is based on the podcast o the same name). Both are linked in my signature. ^^ Sorry I took so long to notice this.
Jan 7 2015, 03:52 PM
Hi there! :) Just curious as to what your forum URL is and what it's about? ^_^
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