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Hi there. With my website we have it setup where guests/new users can only access a information section of the forum, but they have to click on that forum to view it, is there a way to make it where once they visit the page they just see whats inside of the actual forum rather than having to click to open the section. 

 

how its set right now: 

 

> user visits site

     > Information Category 

        > Info Forum (they have to click on it to see whats inside) 

 

is it possible to just have it

 

> user visits site

      > > Info Forum (they don't have to click anything and can view the contents of whats inside this forum) 

 

It seems kind of not needed, but i'm trying to streamline our site and make it as easy to find some of our basic info that we have presented there but gets skipped over quite often. 

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Unless you know PHTML syntax (to properly setup an if statement where if !\IPS\Member::loggedIn() {means if user is not logged in} - redirect to a defined location, php uses header ('location: redirect.php')) then you're pretty much out of luck there.

PHTML is the language used by IPS to create the templates of the themes.

Edited by Voldri
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On 5/4/2020 at 9:12 PM, Voldri said:

Unless you know PHTML syntax (to properly setup an if statement where if !\IPS\Member::loggedIn() {means if user is not logged in} - redirect to a defined location, php uses header ('location: redirect.php')) then you're pretty much out of luck there.

PHTML is the language used by IPS to create the templates of the themes.

Yeah, a bit above my paygrade haha, I'll try looking into it but I barely know HTML as it is. 

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