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#36595 (In Topic #8254)

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Changing topicview in forums?!

For the forums that comes with ocPortal, I have primary and secondary groups. My primary groups do not have rank images, but my secondary ones do. These groups are names like "donators", "designers", etc. My primary ones are just fun titles that change when you reach more and more points.

When I add members to the secondary groups, the small icons (rank images) appear in their profile in the forums topicview… which is great because I was hoping "all" group icons would show up. I use little smilies as the icons. The thing is that these group ranks sit on top of one another. Is there a way I can edit the topicview page so they go side by side?

Currently they look like this:

I would like them to look like this:
:cool: :ninja:

Thanks for all the help! :thumbs:

Eric DeMars . com
My electronic portfolio and personal site. Uses ocPortal!
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Hi, just remove the <br /> at the end of the OCF_RANK_IMAGE template.

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