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Implemented Override user style choice per category

Discussion in 'Showcase Closed Suggestions' started by smartpixels, Aug 30, 2013.

  1. smartpixels

    smartpixels New Member Showcase

    Would like this feature being introduced for forum nodes to come to showcase.
    Attached the screenshot.
     

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  2. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    Thats per category I assume?
     
  3. smartpixels

    smartpixels New Member Showcase

    Yes
    In xenforo core its per nodes and category
     
  4. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    This is implemented, however, its on a very BASIC level. Each individual category is set independently.. ie, you can't set a parent and have its children automatically set (you need to also manually set each child). This effects both the Category Page as well as the Item Page (for items in the specified category).

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  5. smartpixels

    smartpixels New Member Showcase

    May seem simple but this has the same versatility as lets say wordpress post formats.
     
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  6. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    ya, I agree. Its pretty cool actually :)
     
  7. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    Just an UPDATE to this....

    This now effects the rendering of the CREATE ITEM and EDIT ITEM pages.

    So now if you set Category A to use STYLE XXX, when you create an item in Category A, it will use the XXX style instead of the viewing users style. Same thing applies to when EDITING an item.

    What this now allows you to do is to edit the CREATE and EDIT Templates for specific styles to add code that would only display when viewing the CREATE or EDIT pages in those Categories.
     
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