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Hello, As you can see on the navigation bar I have replaced the default images with new ones, but it still leaves the text. Is there anyway to remove the text but still maintain the link through the image? I saw something very similar on the howtodoit forums.... is there anyway I can do something like that?
thank you, the_hawk
myff admin

This should be pretty much as easy as removing {L_FAQ} and other similar bits where they are part of the navigation links in overall_header.tpl.
the_hawk

myff admin wrote:
This should be pretty much as easy as removing {L_FAQ} and other similar bits where they are part of the navigation links in overall_header.tpl.


td align="center" valign="top" nowrap="nowrap"><span class="mainmenu">&nbsp;<a href="{U_FAQ}" class="mainmenu"><img src="templates/myfs_clantgwc34/images/icon_mini_faq.gif" width="40" height="40" border="0" alt="{L_FAQ}" hspace="3" />{L_FAQ}</a></span><span class="mainmenu">&nbsp; &nbsp;<a href="{U_SEARCH}" class="mainmenu"><img src="templates/myfs_clantgwc34/images/icon_mini_search.gif" width="40" height="40" border="0" alt="{L_SEARCH}" hspace="3" />{L_SEARCH}</a>&nbsp; &nbsp;<a href="{U_MEMBERLIST}" class="mainmenu"><img src="templates/myfs_clantgwc34/images/icon_mini_members.gif" width="40" height="40" border="0" alt="{L_MEMBERLIST}" hspace="3" />{L_MEMBERLIST}</a>&nbsp; &nbsp;<a href="{U_GROUP_CP}" class="mainmenu"><img src="templates/myfs_clantgwc34/images/icon_mini_groups.gif" width="40" height="40" border="0" alt="{L_USERGROUPS}" hspace="3" />{L_USERGROUPS}</a>&nbsp;

So I delete all the ones that look like {L/U_USER/GROUP/MEMBER/ect}? Do I delete that specific part bolded or Do I need to delete the entire path? If so what part of the path do I need to delete?
myff admin

Please google on html links.

I know I could tell you the answer here, but you WILL benefit from learning the syntax of links and being able to answer your own question.
the_hawk

...... it would be great if you could just tell me what to put, but I understand it is for my own benefit to understand html editing....

Anyways, can you please tell me what alt={L_PROFILE} is supposed to mean? Does that symbolize an alternate route which is also linked, in this case the text? I can't seem to find what exact part is the text, because normal html links look like this:

<a href="http://blahblah.com/">Link To BlahBlah</a>

but I can't find the "Link to BlahBlah" Part, or in the Profiles's case, "Profile".

What does the L stand for in {L_PROFILE}? Also, how do I increase the distance between each image link (because after I am done removing the text I was going to increase the distance between all the images or they would not be stuck together or very close)?
myff admin

{L_} bits are language elements that will be substituted with whatever language the forum is using, So {L_PROFILE} will end up as "Profile".
the_hawk

myff admin wrote:
{L_} bits are language elements that will be substituted with whatever language the forum is using, So {L_PROFILE} will end up as "Profile".


THANKS!!!

I was able to remove all the little text things.... finally, a good admin....

By the way, I answered my own question about the spacing between the pictures... it looks like hspace=# I believe. If its not, please correct me...

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