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Finding {TOP} PHP file.

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#36710 (In Topic #8281)


Editing for a header search.


I would like to take a chance put a functional search field in my header with my custom {GLOBAL_SEARCH}. I've made a "global_search.php" mimicking "main_search.php", and sa GLOBAL_SEARCH.tpl with the html code from the BLOCK_MAIN_SEARCH.tpl file. I can't find a way (if I'm thinking this template system works) to find {TOP} PHP file so I can put my custom tag at my header and have CSS go from there. I've looked through index.php, to global.php, and then to global2.php then I'm lost. :(

Any one besides Chris Grahem, and Philip (The ocPortal developers) that can help me on this? If not, where did the community go. xD We have so many members, and about 20 - 50 members I've seen this year.  :'( Must be going to Joomla!, or some other "better" CMS… :'(


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