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https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=249277

whites 01 Sep 2010 15:49

Quote:

Originally Posted by dartho (Post 2092235)
You already have basic mod tools such as edit / manage / move threads. Click on the "Edit" button next to the thread name, and then you'll see a "Move this Thread" button down the bottom :)

Ah, very cool. I missed that I guess. Thanks!

Wilfred1 05 Sep 2010 04:02

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Doesn't seem to be working for me as the css is not right nor are the forums shown as links:
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dartho 05 Sep 2010 05:30

I am guesing PHP does not have short tags enabled - see post 2 for an alternative CSS file to download http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showp...87&postcount=2

Wilfred1 05 Sep 2010 06:31

Thanks Dartho, but that didn't work...still seeing just a list of forums in text but not links...everything else seems to work ok though

dartho 05 Sep 2010 06:38

I've had a check of your site, and something is editing or has edited the templates on your forum home. The CSS is right, but the space has been removed from the div containers. eg: <div class="titlebg"> has become <divclass="titlebg">

I am guessing you have an addon which changes forumhome which is doing something here

Wilfred1 05 Sep 2010 09:22

Now that is strange...could it be VBSEO or Sorky's subforum list (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showt...php?t=233084)? The style was added without any parent style - I assume that is correct? The templates are correct so it is somewhere between calling the templates up and the screen

dartho 05 Sep 2010 09:57

Dunno - I'd try disabling them briefly to see what happens

sbsforum.us 05 Sep 2010 15:18

Great style. Thank you!

Lightweight style defaults to forum instead of CMS??
by jpwilliams
06 Sep 2010 03:15

Quote:

Originally Posted by benstillman (Post 2089883)
Think I answered my own question, at least one way of doing it.

Edit adv_portal template for the new mobile style. Replace all of it with:


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

Works great.

I want the lightweight style to go to my forums by default instead of my CMS. I can't find the "adv_portal" template this user said he changed. Is there another way to get the lightweight style to default to the forum instead of CMS?

Edit: Just noticed he was using VBAdvanced CPMS.

Is there a way to get the lightweight style to default to the forums instead of the default CMS that comes with vbulletin I guess is the appropriate question.

Wilfred1 06 Sep 2010 03:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by dartho (Post 2094008)
Dunno - I'd try disabling them briefly to see what happens

I think I have found the issue...it seems this mod may not work with vBAdvanced CMPS when you have your forums page integrated

dartho 06 Sep 2010 12:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by jpwilliams (Post 2094381)
I want the lightweight style to go to my forums by default instead of my CMS. I can't find the "adv_portal" template this user said he changed. Is there another way to get the lightweight style to default to the forum instead of CMS?

Edit: Just noticed he was using VBAdvanced CPMS.

Is there a way to get the lightweight style to default to the forums instead of the default CMS that comes with vbulletin I guess is the appropriate question.

You could edit the vbcms_page template and replace all with something like:

Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.


dartho 06 Sep 2010 12:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wilfred1 (Post 2094392)
I think I have found the issue...it seems this mod may not work with vBAdvanced CMPS when you have your forums page integrated

There is probably a way to disable vbadvanced for a specific style - I'll do a quick search, but you may want to check over at vbadvanced.com

HolyKiller 06 Sep 2010 17:41

Awesome template, thanks !

LuisManson 08 Sep 2010 17:19

my version does not have the "pc version" on top.... any ideas?

dartho 08 Sep 2010 21:51

Install and configure http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=249339


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