I added a rank badge that is just the user group – like on this forum for the level.
It shows that, and below it still shows the text version of the user level. So I have badge showing “administrator” and below it the text saying “Administrator”.
How do I get the text to not show below the badge?
In English please, lol.
I know basic html and css, “call the template tag?” Am I adding this part somewhere or changing it to “0”?
no worries… in the file spTopicView.php of your sp theme, find this line:
and change it to
to learn more about how themes work and template files and template tags, check out: http://codex.simple-press.com/…..ex/themes/
The topic view uses the appropriately named spTopicView.php template in your SP theme. You can edit this template using the theme editor editor.
If you look through the template you will see the top to bottom display elements of the topic page.
Locate the call to the template function sp_PostIndexUserSpecialRank(). If currently set as the we supply it then it will probably be:
To hide the title you need to add an argument called ‘showTitle’ and set it to false – like this:
Note that ampersand in there and no spaces. That will instruct the title not to be displayed.
Well that’s three different options! Take your pick!
LOL, thanks guys.
It’s here (pic below) where it says Administrator below the badge … what is that called?
But what if you have:
1. Badges for moderators and administrators, and don’t want to show the titles, you can put:
2. You have set up different User ranks, and want to show “New Member”, “Very Active Member” and such. This line:
sp_PostIndexUserRank('tagClass=spPostUserRank spCenter' );
…also seems to trigger the Moderator-rank, even though I’ve removed it with “showBadge=1&showTitle=0” in the first example above.
Silvia Di Blasio