[XFA] RM Categories Layout

[XFA] RM Categories Layout 2.3.3

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Compatible XF 1.x versions
1.4, 1.5
Additional requirements
XenForo Resource Manager > 1.1.x
Updates duration
Unlimited - No renewal fees !
Description
With this RM Categories Layout, you can display a new cool category listing RM home and categories index pages, in a similar design to the nodes on your forum.

RM Categories Layout also let you add category icons for an even cooler layout !

For an homogeneous experience, you can hide through options the default category menu in the sidebar of the RM.


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Features
  • Display node-like category in home and categories
  • Display a set category icon in the categories list rows
  • Option to hide resources list from resources index
  • Option to hide category list sidebar block
  • Option to enable/disable display of "No resource" if number of resources is null in categories [NEW 2.3.0]
  • Option to show comments count
Install/Uninstall instructions
The readme is available HERE.
Author
XFA
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First release
Last update
Rating
5.00 star(s) 2 ratings

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Latest updates

  1. Maintenance release

    Corrected bugs: [RM] Navigating to a secondary page in a resource category redirects to sub...
  2. New features

    New features: RM - Option to enable/disable display of "No resource" if number of resources is...
  3. Maintenance Release

    Corrected bugs: RM shows creation date not update date

Latest reviews

RM - Last resource is not showing the latest one based on subcategories

Thank you very much to fix this bug.
Now it is working perfect
Thanks for making all the fixes. A great AddOn now with all functions and all needs met. It makes the Resource Manager look very structured and organized.
Excellent support
The AddOn itself cleans up the Resource Manager nicely and gives it a much better overview and makes it easier to navigate.

Unfortunately it does not support the view to the sub categories from the main site. So most of my directories look empty as they have subcategories with items.
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