Just wanted to ask for some insight on this. As on some installations, the forums might become larger and larger. Obviously maintenance and cleaning up is needed to keep things clean but I was thinking whether or not it was possible to create a page that displays a specific category.
So for example on this website, it could have a page called /e107_plugins/forum/forum_viewcategory.php?1 which then displays the "e107 Support" category and its forums.
Is this already possible? If not, is someone interested in this?
OK let me rephrase this. Taking the e107.org forums as an example, there should be one page with the title: "e107 Support" (parent category) and below it, the subcategories Core Support, Installation/Upgrade support, etc. should show. Thats all. It shouldn't list any other parent categories or subcategories.
So for example /e107_plugins/forum/forum_viewcategory.php?1 would display the (parent) category name and the forums/categories inside it. Maybe forum_viewparent.php?1 might be more applicable.
-- Parent category name -- - subcat - subcat - subcat etc.
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