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MyThreadsMyPosts MyBB 1.6 Plugin
#1

I finally got this to work with a little help of xerotic, and now it works perfectly. Big Grin
I submitted it to mods.mybb.com and they've accepted it, so that's now my second official release.


Plugin Name
MyThreadsMyPosts

Short Description
Adds View My Threads and View My Posts to the WelcomeBlock area.

Author:
Deliver (a.K.a BreShiE)

Version:
1.0

Submitted:
3rd October 2011

Last Updated:
4th October 2011

Full Description
This is a very simple yet extremely useful plugin, it adds "View My Threads" and "View My Posts" into the WelcomeBlock area. When you click on "View My Threads" it takes you to view all the threads you've created. When you click "View My Posts" it takes you to a list of all the posts you've made.

This plugin was made for the MyBB forum owners who:

1) Don't know how to add this into their template
2) Find it easier to add in a plugin rather than doing the manual labor.

Preview
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Download Link
http://mods.mybb.com/view/mythreadsmyposts
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#2

Thanks for posting Smile
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#3

(10-10-2011, 07:13 PM)Pirata Nervo Wrote: Thanks for posting Smile

Thank-you for allowing me to. Big Grin
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#4

Looks good, downloading this now Smile
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#5

By the way link is broken. But you can use this also without plugin. See below.

Firstly open the header_welcomeblock_member template by going:
ACP > Templates & Styles > Templates > Default theme template > Header templates > header_welcomeblock_member

For View Thread
Code:
<li><a href="search.php?action=finduserthreads&uid={$mybb->user['uid']}">View my threads</a>

And For View Post
Code:
<li><a href="search.php?action=finduser&uid={$mybb->user['uid']}">View my posts</a>

Hope you like it without plugin. Smile
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#6

I was going to just manually code it, but this is much easier. Thanks.
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