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Old 19 Sep 2016, 14:09
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Module or page ?

Ok,,, I have a site, with a .php built system in there. What I want to do is take take system and create a module, or page that will display the contents.

The system I want to use can be seen here .. http://rulesofcombat.net/reports/index.php

I want to have the TOS to show in the page,,,then flip to the system...Either in a module,,or a created page whichever is easier...

I've attempted several times and it just doesn't want to work for some reason...But knowing me, i'm missing something...lol.. Just point me in the right direction

Any idea's ????

Thanks in advance..
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Old 19 Sep 2016, 14:44
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VB4 doesn't use page modules, unless you are talking about VBA CMPS Modules. The easiest way to do this would be to use CMPS, or step through Lynne's guide here - http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=228112 to convert your pages to a simple VB plugin
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Old 19 Sep 2016, 15:01
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Originally Posted by Dragonsys View Post
VB4 doesn't use page modules, unless you are talking about VBA CMPS Modules. The easiest way to do this would be to use CMPS, or step through Lynne's guide here - http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=228112 to convert your pages to a simple VB plugin
Yeah it's for VBA.... Simple page or module is what I'm looking for....
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Old 19 Sep 2016, 19:32
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Yeah it's for VBA.... Simple page or module is what I'm looking for....
I cannot access your page from here, but I can try and take a look tonight. If it is a simple page, then you can use either the page or module.

As for displaying a TOS then changing to the other page, it would be easiest to use a PHP page rather than a module. In the TOS page set a redirect for 10 seconds or so. Make sure to use a HTML or JavaScript redirect though, as a PHP one will generate header errors.
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