(11 replies, posted in PunBB 1.2 troubleshooting)

Anyone else got any ideas?


(11 replies, posted in PunBB 1.2 troubleshooting)

Well there's two instances of the Google Ads. The first is the set I have coded into the normal "announcement" box and second is the one's that appear after the first post in each forum. This is made possible by the "AdSense after the first post" MOD.

The first set of ads (announcement box) are the only ones that appear on the "multi delete" view.

Finally, if it helps any, it appeared that I had fixed the problem by adding the following code to "base.css":

.box {width: 728px;}

But when you go to the "Profile" view, the small box that houses the menu items on the left then stretches out to 728px (over the top of the content in the main box on the right) as well, meaning the profile page is practically unreadable. So it wasn't the fix I thought it would be.


(11 replies, posted in PunBB 1.2 troubleshooting)

Yes it does have the same layout error in the "multiple delete view" of a topic, and I'm not exactly sure what "javascript" you are referring to?


(11 replies, posted in PunBB 1.2 troubleshooting)

Paul wrote:

Looked at it again. The text is the same width as one of inline adds. That can't be a coincidence.

Can you elaborate?


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Bugger! Any clues? Is anyone else suffering from this?


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Nah I tried that already and it didn't seem to help. But thanks for drawing that to my attention...


(11 replies, posted in PunBB 1.2 troubleshooting)

I am having difficulties with making sure that my newly released forum for a client appears correctly across all browsers. Everything appears to be AOK in FF (as per usual) but I have a styling/layout issue in IE7 (as per usual).

The box containing each post seems to be set at 40% width or something like that when you view it in IE7. To see what I'm talking about (it's obvious), check this page in both FF2 and IE7.

Any assistance on what I can do to any of the style sheets to combat this are more than welcome.

Cheers in advance,

~ Rob


Is that something you specify in the installation process?

Is it possible to run two completely different forums with their own seperate sets of data tables from the same database?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated...

So I'm still getting "No Permission" because I have my forum closed off to non-members.

Did we ever come to a secure solution for this problem? By solution I mean RSS feeds for categories and forums for members only?

Ok, that's not a problem as I'll only have 20-25 posts per page... but how do I change the ad frequency then?

Does this plugin place an ad as the second post on only the first page of posts or as the second post on ALL successive pages as well?

If not, can this be done?

Even better, how bout the 'ad post' appearing every 10th posting?