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Old 27 Jun 2010, 09:05
Centrix Centrix is offline
 
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How do I include vbulletin pages onto my main website

Hello,

I have a vbulletin forum and I'd like to include some vbulletin pages (such as inbox or settings) onto my main website.

I already have a login function on my main site as well as some custom pages on my main site that require you to be logged in to view them.

But, I'd like to include some of the vbulletin pages onto my main site as well, instead of linking to the forum. Here's a screenshot:

When a user clicks on "control panel", he/she gets redirected to the usercp on the forum. I want them to stay on the main site (exept when they go to usercp while on the forum ofcourse)

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Old 30 Jun 2010, 20:40
Centrix Centrix is offline
 
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Come on, im 100% sure i'm not the first to think about doing this. Someone has done it before
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Old 30 Jun 2010, 21:25
Xencored Xencored is offline
 
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Come on!! thanks and please would'nt hurt you might get a reply one day
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Old 01 Jul 2010, 00:41
ChopSuey ChopSuey is offline
 
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Copy your part of your header code....then put it in your custom tekmplate ?
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Old 01 Jul 2010, 09:28
Centrix Centrix is offline
 
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I want the forum and my site to be 2 seperate things, but you can still edit some vbulletin settings on my main site.

I don't want to have the vbulletin forum inside my main site.
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Old 01 Jul 2010, 10:12
ChopSuey ChopSuey is offline
 
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Its templates, or one template. Different than the whole forum

Take the userlinks out of header then add to your custom page.
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Old 01 Jul 2010, 20:05
Centrix Centrix is offline
 
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So you mean making a new template, copy the code from the original template and add my main site's header and footer to it?

Ok but how would I find the URL of the new page? I don't quite understand how that works.
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Old 06 Jul 2010, 18:01
Jay Lee Jay Lee is offline
 
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Originally Posted by Centrix View Post
Come on, im 100% sure i'm not the first to think about doing this. Someone has done it before
Hi Centrix,

I'm doing something very similar to what you're doing, so after digging deeper into the forums, I found the following thread:

http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=242607

The guy who posted this thread runs a website that's very nicely integrated with vBulletin.

Anyway, the above thread immediately led me to what I believe might be our bullseye:

http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?p=1915364

And finally, you'll find a ton of similar posts from where this potential bullseye is located:

http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=242

After I finish customizing my website, I might write a blog about it if I find the existing instructions too hard for a novice to understand. Good luck!

Regards,
Jay
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Old 10 Jul 2010, 19:29
Centrix Centrix is offline
 
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Thanks! Ill look deeper into this.

Thanks again
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