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Mar 22 2018, 09:16 PM
I'd like to create buttons on various pages of my site that on click would subscribe a user to a list of threads. Is there a script for the "Track this Topic" within posts that I could modify to subscribe a user to a list of thread links I provide? The threads are within the same subforum, but the list will not always include all of the threads in that forum.
Mar 11 2018, 06:49 PM
Is it possible to set up the entire forum so that you always go to the first unread post? I couldn't find an option in the ACP.
Feb 27 2018, 09:08 PM
I am new to jquery so I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong.

I'd like to embed an Owl Carousel (site here, install instructions here) into posts and/or the forum rules boxes. So far, I've been playing with the forum rules sections and I'm stumped. I've been testing here. I've uploaded the .css and .js files to the files manager.

Any help would be appreciated!

I'm using this code:


<link rel="stylesheet" href="">
<link rel="stylesheet" href="">


<div id="testcarousel" class="owl-carousel owl-theme">
 <div> <a href="/index.php?showtopic=356" target="_blank"><img src="" style= "height:179.02px; width:137.39px;"/></a> </div>
 <div> <a href="/index.php?showtopic=96" target="_blank"><img src="" style= "height:179.02px; width:137.39px;"/></a> </div>
 <div>  <a href="/index.php?showtopic=575" target="_blank"><img src="" style= "height:179.02px; width:137.39px;"/></a></div>
 <div> <a href="/index.php?showtopic=279" target="_blank"><img src="" style= "height:179.02px; width:137.39px;"/></a> </div>
 <div> <a href="/index.php?showtopic=333" target="_blank"><img src="" style= "height:179.02px; width:137.39px;"/></a> </div>
 <div> <a href="/index.php?showtopic=316" target="_blank"><img src="" style= "height:179.02px; width:137.39px;"/></a> </div>
 <div> <a href="/index.php?showtopic=47" target="_blank"><img src="" style= "height:179.02px; width:137.39px;"/></a> </div>

<script src="jquery.min.js"></script>
<script src=""></script>


var owl = $('.owl-carousel');
owl.on('mousewheel', '.owl-stage', function (e) {
   if (e.deltaY>0) {
   } else {

Jan 9 2018, 09:26 PM
I finally figured out the problem, but I'm not really sure how to fix it.

I have a category that's set to "hidden from forumhome list - can access via URL - removed from forum jump." The subsections are all set so members have permission to read. I was testing it out and apparently some members can see and some are being denied access. Turns out some of them are using our original .jcink URL, others are using the .org URL. People on the .org can see when I link to the .org page; people on .jcink can see when I link to the .jcink page. Otherwise, it's access denied.

I went ahead and tested this with other (visible) member-only sections of the forum, as well. Same issue. They only have access when given a link with their in-use domain URL.

Is there some sort of setting I need to activate so that I can use either link and all members will have access, regardless of which URL they're using? Or some redirect function to get everyone on the same URL? (I am using namecheap)
Dec 29 2017, 12:26 AM
I have a forum where posting new threads is turned off (under settings- Root Forum Option: Allow posting in this forum? set to 'no'). I would like to have the forum rules still show up at the top (over the names of the subforums). Right now it'll let me edit the forum rules, but they do not show up on the page. Anyone know how to do this?
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