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 Wont take you to new posts..., 18+/NSFW SITE!
Okay, so I have used the new HTML templates for the post wrapper. But it is REALLY REALLY irritating having to scroll all the way down EVERY new post. Before it automatically took you to the post you just made.... Is there something I am supposed to add or is this an issue others are experiencing with the wrapper? I have tried adding in all the different post wrapper info and it hasn't changed it.
I have attempted to find any more info on here... and even google searched to see if anyone made a post anywhere else but didn't find anything...

Basically you post. And instantly to the top. You could link a specific post and it just takes you to that page but the very top of the layout ... where as before the template was installed it took you directly to said post...

This post has been edited by Canadian Alygator: Feb 18 2017, 07:39 AM
This isn't a bug. In the HTML templates, you need to put an anchor at the top of your template that allows you to jump to those posts. You can look at it in the documentation here at the very bottom:

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Canadian Alygator

Gmaster is correct. Moving this from bug reports

Your post row must contain: <a name='entry<!-- |pid| -->'></a> and it presently does not.

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Moved to JFB Support, please post topics like this here next time. Thanks.

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