How to create a table like on top page to link to each forum
Say if you have 50 forums like travel, cooking .... It's hard for user to browse through those 50 forums to find the one they want. I want to create a table like, each element in the table linking to each forum on top of page, user just choose the forum they will be able to get in instead of browsing through.
Any good way to accomplish this.
Thanks a lot!
Hi, Good question, what about if you create a new forum which links to all forums. Cheers
I'm sorry I didn't follow you. You can always create a table and copy forum urls and past to your table.
Thanks for the reply. I want to show this table below the menu bar and above the forum, stick there. So the user can switch the forum easily instead of going back forum home.
How to accomplish this. Sorry I am new to this.
You're asking for template customization. wpForo theme files contain the markup and template structure for frontend of your forum. Theme files can be found within the /wpforo/wpf-themes/ directory, in current active theme folder, for example /classic/. You can edit these files in an upgrade-safe way using overrides. For example, copy the certain or all files of /classic/ folder into a folder within your current active WordPress theme named /wpforo/, keeping the same file structure.
Example: To add something under wpForo main menu, copy: plugins/wpforo/wpf-themes/classic/header.php to themes/yourtheme/wpforo/header.php and do all changes in this file.
The copied file will now automatically override the wpForo default theme file. All changes in this file will not be lost on forum update. I hope you're familiar with HTML and you'll be able to do the necessary changes.
Do not edit these files within the core plugin itself as they are overwritten during the upgrade process and any customizations will be lost.