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ForgotenDynasty 16 Aug 2008 04:20

i have my vbulletin in the /forums directory
and i want this to appear in the /developers directory where would i put the ../forums?

soundbarrierpro 19 Aug 2008 00:07

I would like to have a youtube rip box from something like keepvid.com within my powered page. How do I get the keepvid page to be part of my vbulletin powered page? I hope that makes sense. Kind of like adding my template around their rip page.

Digital Jedi 19 Aug 2008 05:34

For external content you'd just use an iframe.

soundbarrierpro 19 Aug 2008 13:46

Thanks DJ,

Lets say I wanted to add http://www.site.com as the site I want to be framed with my template. How would I implement that into the code below:


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


Stryker412 19 Aug 2008 14:04

Where it says TEXT, you put this in:


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

You can change the settings to suit your needs.

soundbarrierpro 19 Aug 2008 14:30

Splendid. Working perfectly. Many thanks.

Great Hack =)
by kleinschwanz
21 Aug 2008 02:10

I really enjoy this hack, thank you for offering it.

well, I have an issue that is not sooo important maybe.

I have created my own pages within the forums directory and everything went just great.

Now when I created some pages in the parent directory and pulled the information there everything went fine too EXCEPT when I look at the pages with Internet Explorer.
In IE it does not show the welcome box correct. in the external page I seem to be not logged in.

Strange is thatI can use the login box for logging in and as I have set a redirector it will log me in and redirect me tothe forumhome.
I am logged in there then, but when I enter the external pages again I seem to be logged out =(

In Firefox everything works perfect though =) so it must be one of the issues of IE again...

anyone an idea? Internet Explorer is the whip to hurt Web Developers...

Mondi 23 Aug 2008 10:46

Guys, I've now read the first and last twenty pages of this article and still cannot find a solution to the problem I am encountering. Bear in mind: you're not talking to an expert coder but I know how to work the occasional miracle.

Ok: this is my case:

Forum root: [domain]/knowledge_share/upload/index.php

Now I'd like to add a page, named 'index.php' and created through this article, two levels higher, effectively creating a home page:

[domain]/index.php

Template: achieved through vb admincp
'test.php' as configured and described on first page of this article, now called 'index.php' and uploaded to appropriate location, including following change:

/REQUIRE BACK-END
chdir ('/home/[domain]/public.html/knowledge_share/upload');
require('./global.php');

What changes must I make to what's now called 'index.php' to make this affair work?

Cheers to anyone willing to shed her/his wisdom onto this...

PS: If discussions on this stuff escaped my attention, it's not because of lack of effort on my part. Simply didn't see it. Didn't run first-off to the 'Reply To Thread' box without doing some searching......

The Coon 30 Aug 2008 19:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by Stryker412 (Post 1602252)
Where it says TEXT, you put this in:


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

Thanks a lot !!! For all ...

See 834
by Mondi
30 Aug 2008 22:38

Anyone?

azn_romeo_4u 03 Sep 2008 16:57

Anyone know how to do a login form? Everytime I use the example and use the login, it doesn't work. It just reloads the page.

Daisyboo 05 Sep 2008 13:17

Thanks for this mod, took me a while to 'get' what to do but now I got it and its easy :)

LAJAURIA 22 Sep 2008 10:14

It doesn't work for me.

It shows me:

Quote:


Warning: Unexpected character in input: '\' (ASCII=92) state=1 in /www/buforo.com/htdocs/intercambio.php on line 2

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING in /www/buforo.com/htdocs/intercambio.php on line 2

Digital Jedi 22 Sep 2008 19:43

Quote:

Originally Posted by LAJAURIA (Post 1627547)
It doesn't work for me.

It shows me:

You probably deleted an ' when editing the file.

soundbarrierpro 24 Sep 2008 15:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by Digital Jedi (Post 1565918)
That's not how this tutorial works. You'll notice it says to create a template called TEST, not custom_TEST. It's says nothing about adding a prefix. That URL that you posted takes you to misc.php and is very much how the custom pages within vBadvanced work. But how can you possibly get to a file named test.php when your navigating to misc.php? Their two different pages. This tutorial teaches you how to create a page without the do= string at the end.

For example, the very first page I created using this tutorial is here: www.cogonline.net/forums/banners.php

The template name I use is BANNERS. The file is banners.php. Navigating to misc.php misc isn't going to take me anywhere near this page.

I have 45 pages created this way and they all work. However, I can not get them to recognize permsission. I don't want unregistered users to have access, but everything I've tried to manipulate the code doesn't work. It seems unregistered users can still browse to these pages no matter what I do.

I created my php file and called it 'test' and configured according to the hack specs.

I went to ACP>Style & Templates>Style Manager>Clicked drop down on my style>Selected Add New template.

I added the code the hack specified and named the new template custom_test

The page is now accessible with this link http://www.yourdomain.com/misc.php?d...&template=test

as is all my other pages I created the same exact way
http://www.yourdomain.com/misc.php?d...template=test1
http://www.yourdomain.com/misc.php?d...template=test2

and so on and so on.

Again, all the pages work fine. I just need to know how to make them permission based to block unregistered users from being able to browse to them.


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