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Zimbi co.
post Sep 10 2008, 06:17 PM
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Hi everyone,
I have been looking into this for absolutely ages: How to have two logos on an Invision Power Board, just like the GMC.
Now, i have finally found a solution. laugh.gif (Note, this will only work if you have an Invision Power Board forum)

Log into you admin CP, then click on the look & feel tab up the top.
Click on the down button on your default skin and select Edit template html.
Click All Global HTML, then in the new window scroll down to global_board_header and click on it.
In the editor window that appears, find
CODE
<!--ipb.javascript.end-->
and
CODE
<div id="submenu">


Before you make any changes to this, copy everything in the editor window into a text file on your computer and save it somewhere safe, just in case.
Replace the two pieces of code and eveything in between them with the following:
CODE
<!--ipb.javascript.end-->
    <div id="logostrip">



<a href="http://WWW.YOURSITE.COM/"><img src="style_images/NEW_LOGO_RIGHT.jpg" alt="YOUR RIGHT-HAND LOGO"  border="0" style="float: right;"></a>

<a href='{$this->ipsclass->base_url}'><!--ipb.logo.start--><img src='style_images/YOUR-FORUM-LOGO.jpg' alt='IPB' style='vertical-align:top' border='0' /><!--ipb.logo.end--></a>


    <div id="submenu">


Now you need to replace the code in capitals with your own content.
Click save template bit.
Upload the appropriate images to the locations you specified.

DONE!
Have a nice life wink.gif
Reason for edit: Modifying code that causes an error in Internet Explorer 6


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