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link in header

argie01argie01 New
edited January 2009 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
Hi, I need to put another tab in the menu, of the theme Blogger. When I go to blogger\menu.php, I find this code: <div id="Nav"> <ul>'; while (list($Key, $Tab) = each($this->Tabs)) { echo '<li'.$this->TabClass($this->CurrentTab, $Tab['Value']).'><a href="'.$Tab['Url'].'" '.$Tab['Attributes'].'>'.$Tab['Text'].'</a></li>'; } echo '</ul> So, how exactly should be this code to add a tab linking to, for example, thank you!


  • Hi, I will appreciate any kind of help... I'm not a programmer, so it's hard to me to understand the code. Thank you.
  • edited January 2009
    An alternative is to change the file blogger\menu.php, or start your own theme based on blogger.
    In that case, change the code to:
    <div id="Nav"> <ul>'; while (list($Key, $Tab) = each($this->Tabs)) { echo '<li'.$this->TabClass($this->CurrentTab, $Tab['Value']).'><a href="'.$Tab['Url'].'" '.$Tab['Attributes'].'>'.$Tab['Text'].'</a></li>'; } echo '<li><a href="">IBM</a></li>'; echo '</ul>
    The IBM tab will be the last tab.
    If you want your own tab to be the first tab, insert the extra 'echo'-line before the while.
  • Looks like that is the best method
  • Thank you!!
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