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adding a link in the navigation bar to my forum
« on: July 16, 2005, 08:19:48 am »

I use the skin/template: Hardwired which comes with the downloadable version of this image-gallery. Here is my image-gallery:

http://glitchseekers.com/image_gallery/index.php

Now what I want to do is add, another tab on the top row, far side left to my forum:

http://glitchseekers.com/forum/index.php

 I have done this on my forum (edited the code) and I know where to look and do it on the forum's source (phpbb: overall_header.tpl in the proper skin's folder), but I'm still new to the source of this neat image-gallery so I don't know where exactly I should edit. I have a funny feeling it has to do with editing the file: theme.php, in the hardwired themes folder but when I thought I found the right spot... and edited the proper code (according to the surrouding code) I got a php error. I have not modified the source of this image-gallery in any way. I only have it bridged with my forum.

Thanks in advance

Also, I would like to put another link up there to my site: http://glitchseekers.com but that isn't the current issue right now. I really want to get the link to the forum done first. The site link isn't that much of a big deal right now.

Thanks again!
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Re: adding a link in the navigation bar to my forum
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2005, 02:29:49 pm »

Please take the time to look around before posting - there are literally hundreds of posts on this topic, on the very board you posted on.
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