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Dave
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Forum on my website won't thread, and I can't log back into this forum.

So my forum I installed doesn't thread questions and answers. Should be simple but I can't get it to do anything close. It's in a member only page on the web so All I have are screen caps..

Thanks

DV

 

 

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Dave
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So I need  some main sections. And then I need to allow users to add topics (or questions?). I must have missed a step there sone where. 


Tech Fry
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Users can also create topics. Create menu item: TF Forum » List All Topics.

In Configuration, change settings under New Topic.


Dave
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So this is my issue and I can't get it sorted out. I will need to add a topic for every lesson he puts online. The comments and responses within this topic are what need to be threaded.

I don't see a setting any place for this. So what i get is a 1990 chat room vibe going on.:)

I am a bit lost on this deal, do I need to add some sort of something higher up? Like a page for each than put that topic on that page? it seems it still won't thread even if I do this..

Kind of lost here. Sorry.

 

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Dave
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Here is the result of the non threaded response thing. I was hoping that within the topic, the rcomments and replies would be threaded so that you don't have to fish down through all the comments to find the reply for something at the top.

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Tech Fry
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If you create new topic, a new forum thread (discussion topic or question) is created. When you reply to this topic, replies are shown below the created topic.

Login is only available for registered users.

Which theme are you using?


Tech Fry
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The comments and responses within this topic cannot be threaded. Ideally, your users can create a new topic for a new question. Then, this topic should discuss about this one question only.

To group questions into lessons, you can use tags feature. Create a new tag for every lesson, then the questions or topics can be tagged.


Dave
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Okay Thanks. I don't think this is going to work for what my client is asking for. I love the forum though, but I have to try and find something that is going to fit his needs. Thanks so much for the assistance for sure. I truly appreciate you time.


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