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Replace two boxes on the forum index page

Hilmer

Active member
#1
Hi there

On my index-page (when the visitors enter my page) I have two boxes
the first is random images from the xfr-Useralbum mod and the second is latest images from the same mod.

www.hilmer-koch.dk/forum

I would like to change these two boxes, so that the latest images comes first??

Anyone who know which template to edit?

All the best
Morten
 

Jake Bunce

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#2
library/XfRu/UserAlbums/EventListener/Template.php

Swap the positions of the two red blocks:

Code:
			case 'forum_list_nodes' :
				if ($options->XfRu_UA_displayLocations['forum_list_latest_images_before'])
				{
					$latestImages = $imagesModel->getLatestImages();
					$viewParams = array(
						'images' => $latestImages
					);

					$tpl = $template->create('xfr_useralbums_forum_list_latest_images', $viewParams);
					$contents = $tpl . $contents;
				}

				if ($options->XfRu_UA_displayLocations['forum_list_latest_images_below'])
				{
					$viewParams = array(
						'images' => (!empty($latestImages)) ? $latestImages : $imagesModel->getLatestImages()
					);

					$tpl = $template->create('xfr_useralbums_forum_list_latest_images', $viewParams);
					$contents .= $tpl;
				}

				if ($options->XfRu_UA_displayLocations['forum_list_random_images_before'])
				{
					$randomImages = $imagesModel->getRandomImages();
					$viewParams = array(
						'images' => $randomImages
					);

					$tpl = $template->create('xfr_useralbums_forum_list_random_images', $viewParams);
					$contents = $tpl . $contents;
				}

				if ($options->XfRu_UA_displayLocations['forum_list_random_images_below'])
				{
					$viewParams = array(
						'images' => (!empty($randomImages)) ? $randomImages : $imagesModel->getRandomImages()
					);

					$tpl = $template->create('xfr_useralbums_forum_list_random_images', $viewParams);
					$contents .= $tpl;
				}
				break;
That should do it.