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Is it possible to rearrange the order of nodes in the node tree?

Rambro

Well-known member
#1
I can't seem to figure out how to do this, nor find it in the manual. Really simple - all i want to do is move a node up or down in the forum display. I.e. I have 5 forums and want to swap 2 with 4 in the display order. Is it possible? Or do I have to delete the forums and redo them?
 

Rambro

Well-known member
#3
I currently have 5 separate forums. Do I need to make them all under a single category? Because, in the options, it lists each display value as 1.
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#4
It's up to you how you arrange the nodes in your own forum.

Just create additional categories and change the values to suit.
 

Rambro

Well-known member
#5
so then its not possible if I have them all setup as different forums? I have to have one overriding category and then everything else as a separate forum?
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#6
If you post a visual mock-up of what it is you're trying to do, I can either explain it, or if you give me access to your ACP, I can set it up for you.
 

Rambro

Well-known member
#9
If you post a visual mock-up of what it is you're trying to do, I can either explain it, or if you give me access to your ACP, I can set it up for you.
So I had:

Forum
Forum
Forum
Forum
Forum

With no Category structure. And I wanted to rearrange the 2nd place with the 4th place. But, since it seems that they're all considered 'self-nodes', you can't actually do that.

So i had to switch it to
Category
Forum
Forum
Forum
Forum
Forum

Where in I could rearrange the order under the category.
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#11
With no Category structure. And I wanted to rearrange the 2nd place with the 4th place. But, since it seems that they're all considered 'self-nodes', you can't actually do that.
You can.

Just change the display order value as I have already explained.