Don't forget to duplicate and own whatever theme you are working on, or else, when you upgrade Vanilla, the changes you made will hit the ether.
You can move a disscussion once and again and leave a redirect links in all categories you need.
I don't know why you are starting drama. I asked specifically for 3.x and he did not state whether he is using it for the question i posed.
I'm not using 3.x because dealing with spam is already an issue. I don't know why you are trolling me but please be respectful.
Also, if you just want to add simple static content without rerouting ... in your template, default..master.tpl there is a nice smarty variable you can use to decide what to show in your homepage. It is $isHomepage
You can load an entire new page template design if you want
Hey Look I got rid of the discussion or categories listing ... hahahaha hehehehe
Or if you like your existing main rest-of-the-site design so much but want to nuke the forumisque discussion/categories list side of things
//and elsewhere on the page
<div> I am homepage side bar</div>
Use include and pockets and modules to make things a little less hazardous, and tidy.
I'd definitely recommend using the API.
If I understand it right the problem is as such:
The real problem is when you write a comment without the rich editor and the format is set to "Rich".
So this should be avoided. I admit I was wrong with my assumption and the lines that you found could be used for changing the problem.
I thought on how to make the rich editor work and that wouldn't be the right place for that.
I do not know what is needed to make the rich editor work on embedded comments, but I have an idea for an approach. For offering a solution I would have to set up embedded comments somehow and I never did that.
You can find the following event fired just before the lines you have cited:
$this->EventArguments['Discussion'] =& $EmbeddedDiscussionData;
By hooking into that event you should be able to
As many as you want. Store them as such:
Then connect them in your plugin file:
$module1 = new Example1Module($sender);
There are many elements in that theme that I like. But the demo is running an outdated Vanilla version. And looking at the html I see a ton of custom CSS classes, which makes me think it is using a lot of view overrides (bad when updating)
How does the theme look like on Vanilla 3.1?
How do you make sure security fixes done with a version update are reflected in your theme when you are using view overrides?
Then this is the last chance to contact him...
You did the right thing and started a question from within the addons section. By doing so, @ThemeSteam gets a mail notification. If he doesn't react on that mail, he most probably will not give any commercial support any more.
I wrote a longer post and when the text becomes longer and also code formatting is involved, performance goes down. I will create an issue with a link to the comment