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I'm creating a template and would like to move the inbox from the header.tpl but I cant find that bit of code. What am I looking for? I've removed various sections of code but it I just cant grab it.

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    One solution is cut the code in /simple_messaging/templates/inbox_link_in_menu.tpl and paste where you want. If cut the code the link dissapear form header.

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    any idea why this code is still showing the inbox?

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    If you empty the archive simple_messaging/templates/inbox_link_in_menu.tpl is not possible the inbox appears anything in header menu.

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    Here is my code

    A bit different from the original, basically I've just swapped the header and categories around.

    p.s. dont know why this is all hyperlinked but if you click the link, remover the br

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    Can you please send me your site url? If you don't want in public in private? Need to look.


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    Thank you for that. I can now add it where I like but its still not disappearing from header. It always shows after the 'Groups' tag, despite any code I delete.

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    This code is not in header.tpl, is in the module simple_messaging/templates/inbox.tpl.

    If you want a link in your header, for example add:

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