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Jafo232 06 Dec 2007 20:12

All I do is view the page in my browser, view source code, and paste that into the header.php then start piecing it in. That's just me..

Keesa 07 Dec 2007 02:41

How does it work from a Wordpress blog post to vBulletin? Does it make each blog post into a forum? Or thread?

Sorry if this is a stupid quession

CyberRanger 07 Dec 2007 03:28

Quote:

Originally Posted by Schnee (Post 1396530)
How does it work from a Wordpress blog post to vBulletin? Does it make each blog post into a forum? Or thread?

Sorry if this is a stupid quession

WP post into VB thread if you chose to have it do so.

AWJunkies 07 Dec 2007 06:00

Works very well and have done some extra customizing to fit my needs. Great mod thanks for your work.

SBlueman 07 Dec 2007 06:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by AWJunkies (Post 1396336)
yeah it is called edit the templates! Create your own theme. I just did it and so can you. There is a file in theme called header edit away!

How do you get the navbar to work? My site has two navbars and a custom login section. I'd need to get that to work on the wordpress page.

l SKN l CHRIS 09 Dec 2007 06:06

Before I implement this AWESOME Bridge on my site I would like to know if this Hack will always be updated for future versions of vBulletin. I can't use it if someday it will be outdated and unsupported because I am planning for long term solutions.

kj_ugs 09 Dec 2007 15:13

Also do you anticipate any issues with vBulletin 3.7? It's a sweet hack.

j_86 09 Dec 2007 21:43

Do you have to use the shared login functionality? I am only interested in shared posting / comments.

alexjc 09 Dec 2007 22:22

Hi,

Nice plugin. Got the latest version up and running quite quickly. (There's a little bug though; if you don't enable the plugin and try to save a post, then it doesn't seem to find the DIR variable when doing the require_once in VB.)

That aside, I have a couple of questions:
  • Does the user-bridging work with WP-Cache?
  • If I modify the comments loop, will it be backwards compatible with comments handled by WP?
  • Would it be possible to have a HTML form for posting inline rather than going to the VB page?

Thanks!
alexjc

Jafo232 10 Dec 2007 04:00

Quote:

Originally Posted by l SKN l CHRIS (Post 1397706)
Before I implement this AWESOME Bridge on my site I would like to know if this Hack will always be updated for future versions of vBulletin. I can't use it if someday it will be outdated and unsupported because I am planning for long term solutions.

Well, I cannot promise anything. The work is done for free by myself and I also use the bridge on several sites. If you are leveraging a lot of money on your sites, you may want to set some aside in case you need a programmer to mod the hack for you if for whatever reason, I can not manage it from here.

Quote:

Originally Posted by kj_ugs (Post 1397879)
Also do you anticipate any issues with vBulletin 3.7? It's a sweet hack.

Have no idea. I know nothing about the next version of VB..

Quote:

Originally Posted by JimpsEd (Post 1398102)
Do you have to use the shared login functionality? I am only interested in shared posting / comments.

You do not HAVE to use it, no.

Quote:

Originally Posted by alexjc (Post 1398125)

That aside, I have a couple of questions:
  • Does the user-bridging work with WP-Cache?
  • If I modify the comments loop, will it be backwards compatible with comments handled by WP?
  • Would it be possible to have a HTML form for posting inline rather than going to the VB page?

Thanks!
alexjc

In the order you asked:

Works fine with WP-Cache..

You can if you use the if/else method.

Probably not.

jcap1p 10 Dec 2007 05:23

great pluggin, exactly what I needed to do.

I've been following the instructions that I've read on this thread, but I'm still having issues that may be a simple fix, I'm just very tired and desperate to get this working.

I did follow all the corrections posted in the thread as far as hard coding my paths after retrieving my path by running the DirPath.php script.

I can longer access my WP dashboard without deactiving the vbbridge pluggin by renaming the file on the remote server.

any help would be greatly appreciated !

Thanks in advance

Jafo232 10 Dec 2007 05:31

Ok, well first, the directions you read for hardcoding your path may be old. This version was released about 10 days ago (from this post) so if the thread you read was older than that, it probably isn't correct anymore.

It sounds to me that your forum home page setting is wrong, and that you did not map users before you turned auto-integration on.

jcap1p 10 Dec 2007 05:36

oh wow you are quick, thanks for the fast response ! the login now remains as oyu go to different paages, the problem now is i cannt access to wp dashbord, before i made all the adjustments suggested in the previous posts, i would receive fatal errors that wouldnt allow me to write a post, now the posting to a thread on the forum works great, but i didnt do any mapping untill i activated the feature and noticed the additional tab in WP dashbords' user section.

jcap1p 10 Dec 2007 05:40

i suppose if you could tell me where this url comes from: http://www.raceforaseat.com/www.raceforaseat.com/forums

when i attempt to access www.raceforaseat.com/wp-admin or wp-login

i cud prob figure it out from there...?

im sorry i am exhausted ritenow

Jafo232 10 Dec 2007 05:44

I think that is where you entered the wrong thing for the forum URL.. If you disable the product (rename it if you have to) and login with your WP credentials, then enable it again (rename it back if you have to), turn integration off...

Go to your settings and make sure the setting for "Forum URL" is:

http://www.raceforaseat.com/forums

Map your users..

Then turn integration back on.


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