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King Kovifor
24 Jul 2006, 19:44
vRules

Administrators spend countless times pointing people to a thread that if not stickied, may get buried. Well vRules is their solution. This powerful mini-mod will add a rules.php page onto your vBulletin installation. It adds 2 settings, with 1 setting group, 5 phrases, 1 template, and 2 plugins. Now editing and pointing to your rules, is easy as pointing to a thread!

Install:

upload product
upload rules.php into your forum directory (root)
edit settings.

Thanks to Chris M for correcting some template evaluation problems.

Mythotical
24 Jul 2006, 20:01
Nice, made a new rules hack that deals with it in other ways than I've seen.

thedvs
24 Jul 2006, 21:37
does this by chance also work on 3.5.4?

Cole2026
25 Jul 2006, 00:51
So this is basically having a php file that calls a template.

Then the template just calls "Page Title" and "Rules". It seems like it's way too basic TBH, sorry. :-\

Oddjob
25 Jul 2006, 01:09
So this is basically having a php file that calls a template.

Then the template just calls "Page Title" and "Rules". It seems like it's way too basic TBH, sorry. :-\

So in your opinion a hack has to be all complicated and complex to be any good?

I think this is pretty awesome hack and makes things alot easier for alot of people.

Clicks install.

King Kovifor
25 Jul 2006, 16:33
does this by chance also work on 3.5.4?
Yes, it should work on vB 3.5.4, it's untested for 3.5.4 though... so some unexpected problems may occur.

So this is basically having a php file that calls a template.

Then the template just calls "Page Title" and "Rules". It seems like it's way too basic TBH, sorry. :-\

Simple, yes. But find some noob vB owner who wants a rules.php page and have them create their own. Thought so. Sorry to be a jerk in that sentence.

Snake
28 Jul 2006, 13:20
Thank you very much! :)

corsacant
24 Sep 2006, 17:39
try <br>

Mythotical
24 Sep 2006, 20:20
usually <br /> works too so if that dont, try <br />

bbcentral
27 Sep 2006, 13:44
If you want something more complex, try this one:
http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?threadid=122998
It's 3.6.1 compatible, and has some useful options such as forcing members to accept the rules before they can post.

Mythotical
27 Sep 2006, 18:49
bbcentral, did anyone request that? no, so why post it? It has nothing to do with what was being talked about. If you want King Kovifor to put that at the bottom of the thread for a link to a more complex version then state, just don't post up something like that right in the middle when we see no reason for it to be posted. Its distracting.

SmartOneVision
09 Oct 2006, 15:02
Thank you a lot for the Hack , I like it very much , its very usefull , but I want to ask how I can have another rules1.php, rules2.php etc.. that I wish to use for another uses such archive, news etc..,

what I mean is to have rules.php, news.php, myarchive.php etc.. and every one had to be controled from the admicp as vrules (no mater if they will be controled from 1 option at admincp or for every one its own option)

hope you will help :) thank you

akanevsky
09 Oct 2006, 17:02
Too simple. There's a more sophisticated one (works with 3.6):
http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=99060

SmartOneVision
12 Oct 2006, 17:18
thx for the reply but I need to have multiple pages and not all news in the same page .

Shazz
12 Oct 2006, 17:47
Thanx Installed*

bbcentral
20 Jun 2007, 15:24
bbcentral, did anyone request that? no, so why post it? It has nothing to do with what was being talked about. If you want King Kovifor to put that at the bottom of the thread for a link to a more complex version then state, just don't post up something like that right in the middle when we see no reason for it to be posted. Its distracting.

I apologise, I forgot to quote the message I was replying to:

It seems like it's way too basic TBH, sorry. :-\

Then I said:

If you want something more complex, try this one:
http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showt...hreadid=122998
It's 3.6.1 compatible, and has some useful options such as forcing members to accept the rules before they can post.

Not off topic, not causing trouble, I was answering someone's question.

Mythotical
20 Jun 2007, 16:15
No problem man, I should have figured you were quoting someone. Sorry.

King Kovifor
20 Jun 2007, 16:52
Too simple. There's a more sophisticated one (works with 3.6):
http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=99060

I love the self advertising in my hack thread.