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Old 26 Mar 2007, 02:03
cdembek cdembek is offline
 
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Tutorial on PHP File Module Options Please

I have tried to look at the modules that come with vbadvanced to see if I can follow what is going on with a PHP File Module but I am not really having any luck...

Can someone provide me with a simple example or point me in the correct direction on a quick example in a very simple format?

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Old 26 Mar 2007, 22:32
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Originally Posted by cdembek View Post
I have tried to look at the modules that come with vbadvanced to see if I can follow what is going on with a PHP File Module but I am not really having any luck...

Can someone provide me with a simple example or point me in the correct direction on a quick example in a very simple format?

Thanks
Please be more specific with your question. Not sure what you mean by "whats going on with a PHP File Module".
Also what format are you refering too?
simple example or point me in the correct direction on a quick example in a very simple format?
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Old 26 Mar 2007, 23:39
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Sorry..

I am referring to the Module Type "PHP File"

A PHP File module states :A File Module will allow you to specify a file from your modules directory which will be displayed as the content for this module.

Ok so I created a php file which contained a quick 3 row 1 collum table, added it to the module folder, selected the file from the drop down list in the module but I received an error when going to the page the module was going to be displayed on.

so just looking for a quick example.
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Old 27 Mar 2007, 06:36
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Maybe you should have posted in teh vBAdvanced forum?
http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=101
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Old 27 Mar 2007, 23:44
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Sorry..

I am referring to the Module Type "PHP File"

A PHP File module states :A File Module will allow you to specify a file from your modules directory which will be displayed as the content for this module.

Ok so I created a php file which contained a quick 3 row 1 collum table, added it to the module folder, selected the file from the drop down list in the module but I received an error when going to the page the module was going to be displayed on.

so just looking for a quick example.
if your using HTML instead of PHP you should make a template not php file module
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