As requested by JohanNL, here is a simple page that lists all your custom groups and their members. It's a very simple snippet, requiring only 1 file edit
Some of the features:
- Group name is now a link to the memberlist groups page
- Groups rank image & title
- Config options - decide whether or not to show group rank, title and description
I've set my page to show all custom groups as well as the pre-defined Administrators and Global Moderators. Guests, Bots ans Reg Users are hidden. You should note that any group marked as hidden will not show up on this page.
By default, the group leader is the 1st user in the list and their name is in bold. If there is no group leader, then none is shown. If there are no members, no members are shown. If there is neither a leader or any members, but the groups exists, the box will show but it will be empty. I plan on expanding on this to show messages like "The groups has no members"
All styling is done in the HTML file itself, so if you want to change font sizes or things like that, change them there. I also included a little bit of CSS3 - rounded corner borders. They only work on Mozilla and Webkit based browsers (Firefox, Safari). Just remove the CSS and the class="round" if you don't want that.
I should note that there is not pagination of any sort included with this script and it will pull all members of custom groups onto that one page. So if you have a group with 100 or 100 members, you may wish to exclude that group This snippet is ideal for small groups of people you wish to give recognition to.
[url=http://www.phpbb.com/customise/db/mod/groups_page/]Link to Modification on phpBB[/url]
[url=https://github.com/phpbbmodders/groups_page]Link to Modification on github[/url]