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Tammy
(@tammy)
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Look.  It's not that hard to understand. 


  0 => 'adminarea',
  1 => 'logout',
  2 => 'login',
  3 => 'search',
  4 => 'tens',
  5 => 'browse',
  6 => 'members',
  7 => 'home',
  8 =>'test_link',

0 to 8...adminarea, logout,login, search,tens, browse, members, home, test_link.
When you look at the page they appear in the OPPOSITE ORDER.... test_link, home, members, browse, tens, search,login,logout,adminarea.

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Posted : 06/11/2009 12:02 am
Methen
(@methen)
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Well that is the same order as the oringal variables php  appears
Iam sorry but Iam not getting what you are trying to tell me.

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Topic starter Posted : 06/11/2009 12:13 am
Lyndsie
(@lyndsie)
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I see the 'its_mine' page exists, and it looks like the variables.php should be right, but the link isn't there. I'd check that you really did upload/overwrite the file with the good version (can't tell you how many times that has caused me a headache) and also that the Page Link for it exists.

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Posted : 06/11/2009 3:34 am
Methen
(@methen)
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I got it finaly was not over writing correctly and I had a small mistake
man I wish the program would do this stuff but if it did Id never learn
So I guess Ill keep practising Thanks for the help all

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Topic starter Posted : 06/11/2009 9:09 am
Elle
 Elle
(@jenny)
Honorable Member

I also try putting the  ); in the next line by itself same results

Yeah, it's because it's exactly the same new line or no new line. I wrote it like that so it might be a teensy bit clearer.

It is hard to get your head around I suppose. Try reading up on some PHP.

This is not related to custom pages or eFic, but will (well, I hope so!) help with understanding the foundations... especially with the menu set-up code: http://www.w3schools.com/php/php_arrays.asp

http://php.net/manual/en/function.array.php is from the manual, but it can be a little confusing to a beginner.

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Posted : 06/11/2009 11:08 am
Tammy
(@tammy)
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Just so you know, adding links in other themes can be easier.  This particular theme uses a more advanced method.

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Posted : 06/11/2009 1:08 pm
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