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Discussion of all aspects of running a forum, blog or similar site.
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Last Post: Why so much spam?
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sparko
Why so much spam?
by sparko
vBulletin. XenForo. Invision Power Board. Woltlab Burning Board. MyBB. SMF. Vanilla. Or any software. This is where we discuss the software itself.
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General admin questions and assistance.
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Mark.B
Creating a template Hook
by Mark.B
The inevitable 'anything else / off topic' forum. Anything goes here.
Topics: 3 Posts: 15
Last Post: Welcome, NumNum
3 15
Mark.B
Welcome, NumNum
by Mark.B
Site Help
Help with using this site. Questions, queries, feedback, comments.
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CarpCharacin
What PHP version are you running?
Do your testing here.
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Last Post: Another test event
4 9
Mark.B
Another test event
by Mark.B

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  • Mark.B
    FAQ: Converting your forum to https
    Mark.B
    CONVERTING YOUR FORUM TO HTTPS
    Applies to self-hosted versions of:
    vB3; vB4; vB5;
    Cloud sites have https enabled by default and you do not need to do anything.

    This FAQ explains how to convert your vBulletin forum to use secure https (SSL) rather than http, and why you might need to.
    Note: This guide contains links to external sites. vBulletin Solutions is not responsible for the content of external links and cannot be hedl responsible for the accuracy of...
    9th December 2016, 01:40
  • Mark.B
    How to install vB5 manually
    Mark.B
    These instructions show you how to manually configure the two config files that come with vBulletin 5.

    1. Download the newest vB5 release from the members' area. https://members.vbulletin.com

    2. Unzip the files and go to the "upload" folder.

    3. You need to rename this file:

    /config.php.bkp

    To:

    /config.php

    Then, you need to rename this file:

    /core/includes/config.php.new
    ...
    9th March 2016, 23:59
  • Mark.B
    Add custom forum icons to vB5
    Mark.B
    Currently the forum icons on vBulletin 5 are sprites...this makes them rather tricky to change effectively.

    If you add the below custom css using Site Builder > Style > CSS Editor, as long as you have your icons uploaded somewhere, you can change them. Cloud customers can upload their icons to AdminCP > vBCloud File Manager, and then use the URLs the file manager gives you. Self hosted customers should upload the icons to a suitable path on their server, and use those URLs....
    9th March 2016, 23:54
  • Mark.B
    How to fix or add back Mark Channels Read
    Mark.B
    By default, "Mark Channels Read" is present in the navbar, but it only works on 'Forum' pages.
    As of 5.2.3 it is no longer present AT ALL in new installs.

    Here's how to make it work on any page if it does already exist. (If it doesn't exist, instructions for adding it back are at the bottom, but you still need to do this part!)

    First, go to AdminCP > Style Manager, and from your chosen style, select "Add New Template" from the dropdown.
    ...
    9th March 2016, 23:49
  • Mark.B
    How to enable pinch and zoom on mobile devices
    Mark.B
    To make the vB5 default style "zoomable" on mobile devices:

    Find this in the header template:
    :
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0, minimum-scale=1, maximum-scale=1" />
    Change the "maximum-scale" value to a higher number, such as 3:
    :
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0, minimum-scale=1, maximum-scale=3" />
    9th March 2016, 21:49
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