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Changing FAQS
« on: February 10, 2006, 02:10:05 am »

I searched on this and while I did find a few posts with similiar questions, they were unanswered.

I know where to change the FAQ text and I know about using the special symbols to display apostrophe's & quotes.
What I'm not sure on are the extra bits in the arrays and how they work?


followed by either a 1 or a 0.

I have a hazy understanding that these options are related to the choices made in Config settings, and that the particular Q/A will either display or not display depending on that setting and whether it is marked in the file as a 1 or a 0?

For the questions/answers where I just want to re-write the text, I wouln't worry about these additional strings, I'd just leave them as is. But, for new questions/answers I want to add, I don't know what I need to write for the additional string, if anything. (I am allowing user registrations, I am not allowing private albums.)

I customized the FAQS on my forum and that was a piece o' cake; getting it done on my Gallery is the last big thing I need to do, so, as always, help appreciated and thankyou,



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Re: Changing FAQS
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2006, 09:20:28 am »

allow_user_registration, 1
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if ($CONFIG['allow_user_registration'] == '1') {
    // display the FAQ entry
In other words: the first parameter determines what config pattern will be checked, the second parameter determines what value it should be set to to match.
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