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Guides and Tutorials / [Guide] ezGallery: Categories and Uploading
« on: August 03, 2010, 02:28:31 pm »
The ezGallery is a great feature for your Forums enabling you to upload your own pictures which this guide will explain.
Guide from www.CFcoding.createaforum.com


First off - go to Admin>Gallery>Gallery Configuration>Click Install and Enable ezGallery.
After doing so, go back to the Gallery Configuration.

You may edit all options in Features + Layout to your liking. Another extensive guide will be made in the future regarding Gallery Configuration.

Now you should make a Category *Or you may use the default Member's Gallery which you could edit*
Add a title (ex. Gallery), add a gallery icon *if you wish*, a description, etc.

Once you have added your Category, click on the "Gallery" button and Click on the gallery you have just made.

From here you will see two bars on the bottom:

Pages: [X]
Bulk Add Pictures  Add Sub Category  Add a picture  -   Return to Gallery

X - the number of pages the gallery has
Bulk Add Pictures - selecting this will allow you to add numerous pictures at the same time
Add Sub Category - allows to to add a sub category to your parent gallery
Add a picture - allows you to add A picture
Return to Gallery - returns you to the Gallery


From here you may add a picture by either clicking Bulk Add Pictures or Add a picture.
     - Title the picture
     - Choose which gallery to place it in
     - Give it a description if you wish
     - Give it keywords for others to find it easier
     - Upload the picture
     - If you wish to rotate the picture - input the amount of desired degrees to rotate it.
     - Choose if you want to be notified of any comments people leave on your picture

After the picture is uploaded you along with others should now be able to view it (based on permissions). You may view your picture, edit it, etc.


Extensive ezGallery Guide coming soon.

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Guides and Tutorials / [Guide] Karma
« on: August 02, 2010, 04:42:58 pm »
Karma

This guide explains Karma along with providing a few pictures for you to use on your own Create A Forum.
Guide from www.CFcoding.createaforum.com

Go to: Admin>Features and Options>Karma button.

Karma mode

You may choose three options:

- Disable karma - disables the karma feature
- Enable karma total - shows total karma count
- Enable karma positive/negative - shows the positive and negative count


Set the minimum posts needed to modify karma - how many posts a user is required to make before he/she can use the karma feature to +/- the karma of another user (default:0)

Set wait time in hours - the time *in hours* needed for a user to +/- the karma of the same user (Default:1)

Restrict administrators to wait time - If checked Administrators must follow the "set wait time in hours" rule. If unchecked Administrators do not have to wait. (default:checked)




Karma label - the name of your karma system (which is visible). (EX. Reputation:)

Karma applaud label* - the name given to show "positive" (+) modifications to someone's karma. (Ex. "Thanks")

Karma smite label* - the name given to show "negative" (-) modifications to someone's karma. (Ex. "Boo!")


* One thing you can do is replace these with pictures instead of text. Some pictures with their codes can be found below for you to use:


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<img src="http://i1001.photobucket.com/albums/af131/CommanderFate/ThumbsUp.gif" border="0"/>

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<img src="http://i1001.photobucket.com/albums/af131/CommanderFate/ThumbsDown.gif" border="0"/>

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<img src="http://i1001.photobucket.com/albums/af131/CommanderFate/buchstaben_plus.gif" border="0"/>

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<img src="http://i1001.photobucket.com/albums/af131/CommanderFate/buchstaben_minus.gif" border="0"/>

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Guides and Tutorials / [Guide] How to re-size Images
« on: August 02, 2010, 03:51:32 pm »
This can be particularly helpful if you are trying to make all images of a certain group the same size.
Guide from www.CFcoding.createaforum.com


Html:

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<img src="IMAGE_URL" width="XX" height="XX" border="0">

BBC:

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[img width=XX height=XX]IMAGE_URL[/img]


Replace IMAGE_URL with the location of the image.
Replace XX with the dimensions.



Example with BBC:

Original Create a Forum Coding Favicon Logo:


Re-sized Create a Forum Coding Favicon Logo: (Dimensions: 50x50)

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Create a Forum Codes and Support / [Code] Affiliates and Logos
« on: August 02, 2010, 12:40:09 pm »
Affiliates and Logo Code

If you want your Affiliates at the Top, add the code to your Headers.
If you want your Affiliates at the Bottom, add the code to your Footers.

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<!---Affiliates and Logo by Fate--->
<!---http://cfcoding.createaforum.com--->
<!-- Original Code: Affiliate Box Codeby deathwilldie from Simple Machine Codes
(www.smcodes.smfforfree3.com)-->
<div class="tborder"><table width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="4">
<tr class="catbg"><td width="80%"><center>Affiliates</center></td>
<td width="20%"><center>Logo</center></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width="80%" class="windowbg2">
<marquee onmouseover="this.stop()" onmouseout="this.start()">
<!---Start Your Affiliates--->
<a href="AFFILIATE'S_URL"><img src="THEIR_LOGO_URL"/></a>
<a href="AFFILIATE'S_URL"><img src="THEIR_LOGO_URL"/></a>
<!---End Your Affiliates--->
</marquee>
</td>
<td class="windowbg" width="20%">
<center>
<!---Start Your Logo--->
<img src='YOUR_LOGO_URL' border='0'/>
<!---End Your Logo--->
<br>
</center>
</td></tr></table></div>
<!---http://cfcoding.createaforum.com--->
<!---End Affiliates and Logo by Fate--->


Description: This adds an Affiliates Bar which scrolls the logos of your affiliates - linking to their page. On the right side, you will have your own logo.



Change: AFFILIATE'S_URL to your Affiliate's site link.
Change: THEIR_LOGO_URL to the link of their logo/picture.
Change: YOUR_LOGO_URL to the link of your logo/picture.


You may add more affiliates by simply adding more of this line to the labeled spot:

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<a href="AFFILIATE'S_URL"><img src="THEIR_LOGO_URL"/></a>

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