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larryjam
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Posted Oct 30, 2008 - 9:44 AM:

I am using the simplicity template, and I am trying to have reciprocal links displayed 2 columns per row.

I have this set in AdminPanel/settings/general but it does not work.

This is the code I am trying to use

<!-- BEGIN RECIP LINKS -->
<table {STANDARDTABLE}>
<!-- BEGIN RECIP LINKS -->
<td {LINKWIDTH} valign="top" class="link">
[INSERTFILE=linkbit]
</td>



I have also tried to edit forceswitches.php but it does not work. It says
$settings->linkcols = 0; // don't use columns for links



I changed the 0 - 2 but it doesn't work.

Is there anyway to display the links in 2 colums per row?
Paul
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Paul
Posted Oct 30, 2008 - 11:19 AM:

The simplicity template doesn't use a table in the template. In order to have columns you need a table. If you design a table in the template, as in the default template set, then you can remove the forceswitches line and set the value in the admin panel.
larryjam
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Joined: Sep 25, 2003
Location: Canada

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Posted Oct 30, 2008 - 1:41 PM:

Thank's Paul nod

I that worked fine, I inserted the table for the reciprocal links only, and I now have it dsiplaying 2 columns per row for reciprocal links, and the regular links display as a single column.

Thanks,
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