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[v9] main_forum_topics modification/change

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Arbo said

Thanks Chris.

So it seems the 'fix' would be to change TOPIC_LINK in the tpl files and in the php file to TOPIC_URL.

Does that sound right?
Hi Arbo

Thanks for taking the time to look into this.
I made them changes to the files, and it now shows the same error for all the posts listed in that block at the bottom of the page

"A parameter, TOPIC_URL, is referenced in the template, BLOCK_MAIN_FORUM_TOPICS_TOPIC, but not passed"

Plus now all the posts and the links in that block now link to the homepage over the topic itself

Thanks Kenno

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Ensure you empty the block cache


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Yer I have done this Chris, but it is still the same, I could of maybe not done something correct, I don`t know.

I have searched for all instances of topic_link and replaced with topic_url in all the 3 files

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This looks similar to what I am hoping to set up on my website.  

I'm a bit intimidated at this moment, hopefully it doesn't look so bad tomorrow.
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Funny, after all these years I am using OCPortal again, for a website I maintain for others, and this still works, but you just add the template files, don't need to add the php file…

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