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[SMF Trick] Creating a jQuery Sliding Login Panel

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loplo:
I'm trying also on the default, but no joy.

LE
It works only if I'm not logged in. After login the info panel is not showing.

Bigguy:
Is that not the way it is supposed to work. If your a guest it shows the login panel and if your logged in then the whole thing does not show. It's only for guests and non-logged in members. If I'm not mistaken.

loplo:
OK, thanks.
I thought it could be showed also after login for some customization. The logooff team made some themes and they did a pretty nice job.

Anthony`:

--- Quote from: loplo on February 23, 2012, 04:01:16 PM ---OK, thanks.
I thought it could be showed also after login for some customization. The logooff team made some themes and they did a pretty nice job.

--- End quote ---

This was initally designed to display only for guests, however you are obviously free to customize this to your needs.

Inti31:
thanks for that tip - because of testing purposes I decided to make my own mod which have also some little changes integrated
- the avatar is linked to the forum profile (screenshot 1)
- own posts is reachable at the top (next of avatar - screenshot 1)
- an impressum-link ist placed at the bottom next to wap-link (screenshot 2)
- a colored sperator line between each posts (screenshot 5)

it needs just the regbar mod, which have to be installed first
 and looks like this, when not logged in... (screenshot 3 + 4)

So it is more flexible for me and saves much time instead of always looking to this thread... :)

cheers Inti31


cheers inti31

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