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A child board (or sub-board) is a [[board]] which is placed within another board.  The board it is placed in is the [[parent board]]. [[Administrator]]s use [[Boards#Modify_Boards|modify boards]] to set this up. Child boards can be used to organize information and discussions on a forum.<noinclude>
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A child board (or sub-board) is a [[board]] which is placed within another board.  The board it is contained in is the [[parent board]]. [[Administrator]]s set this up in [[Boards#Modify_Boards|modify boards]]. Child boards can be used to organize information and discussions on a forum, and will be listed below their parent boards in search pages, jump-to boxes, etc. Child board posts do not affect the statistics of their "grandparent" boards.
 
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Child boards are shown directly under their [[parent board|parent]]s in places such as the search page and the jump to boxes.
 
 
 
Parent board statistics (number of posts, last post) are not affected by the posts in sub-boards of its sub-boards.
 
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Revision as of 12:46, 18 January 2014

A child board (or sub-board) is a board which is placed within another board. The board it is contained in is the parent board. Administrators set this up in modify boards. Child boards can be used to organize information and discussions on a forum, and will be listed below their parent boards in search pages, jump-to boxes, etc. Child board posts do not affect the statistics of their "grandparent" boards.