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Making a forum link to external page

Author M
#1 | Posted: 7 Oct 2007 16:56 
I've just created the forum titles I need for my community. They appear on the first page.

Is there a way to make one of those links to an external WWW site rather than internal forum?

Author Ivan
Advanced Member
#2 | Posted: 9 Oct 2007 04:35 
It's possible with straight HTML. The last forum title on this community - "Full Demo Test" - is the same case. See the source code.

Author Paul
Lead Developer
#3 | Posted: 11 Oct 2007 04:16 | Edited by: Paul 
Look how we did it modifying main_forums.html template.

Author Paul
Lead Developer
#4 | Posted: 11 Oct 2007 04:17 
<table class="tbTransparentmb"><tr><td>{$user_logging}</td></tr></table>

<table class="forums">
<td class="caption4" style="width:25px"><img src="{$main_url}/img/!pix.gif" style="width:25px;height:15px" alt="" /></td>
<td class="caption4" style="width:100%">{$l_forum}</td>
<td class="caption4" style="width:40px;text-align:center">{$l_num_topics}</td>
<td class="caption4" style="width:40px;text-align:center">{$l_replies}</td>


<tr class="tbCel2">
<td class="caption1" style="width:5%;text-align:center"><img src="{$main_url}/img/forum_icons/qwerty.gif" style="width:16px;height:16px" alt="" /></td>
<td class="caption1" style="width:75%"><b><a href="" target="_blank">Full Demo Test</a></b><br />Separate miniBB installation: almost all free and premium addons available, also as administrative demo access.</td>
<td class="caption1" style="width:10%; text-align:center"> </td>
<td class="caption1" style="width:10%; text-align:center"> </td>


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