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wajones
09 Jun 2001, 08:24
Released vbPortal for vBulletin 2.0.1 you can find it in the Resources Section of vbPortals (http://www.vbportals.com/indexu/browse.php3?cat=22)
Please be so kind to post any bugs or problems on vbPortals so that we make fix a.s.a.p.

malc
09 Jun 2001, 10:29
thanks vBPortal ... it's best hack for vBB ;)

psico
09 Jun 2001, 14:57
I have vB 2.0.0, and I don't wan't to move to 2.0.1 because I have a lots of hacks that have problems with the update...
vBportal works with 2.0.0?

Tnx...

BradC
09 Jun 2001, 16:31
psico.... it has been tested and works just fine with vb2.0 :)

cause that is what I am using right now.. till I decided to update heh

and.. GREAT JOB WAJONES! :)

sorry had to scream it.. he is far away from me..

psico
09 Jun 2001, 18:42
TNX BradC...i'm gonna try it...

orca
10 Jun 2001, 11:26
Well, actually everything went well with installing. I only get the error Invalid Style file when I try uploading the new style file.

ThomasP
10 Jun 2001, 14:05
Hi orca,

I guess you are the orca I used to know from ub2k.com,
good to see you around here :)
Grsse in die Schweiz,
-Tom

orca
10 Jun 2001, 14:31
Yep, I'm the one from Switzerland used to have UB2K.

Grsse nach D ;)

kicks
10 Jun 2001, 17:41
orca: your best bet would be to import the style into a new one and select the option about the version checking

It was exported from a 2.0.1 forum and if you're running 2.0 that could cause a problem

Also, if you are running 2.0.1 but for some reason your footer still says version 2.0.0

that could be another issue and you would need run upgrade10.php?step=9 from the vb 2.0.1 zip file to update that

jojo85
10 Jun 2001, 19:55
Originally posted by malc
thanks vBPortal ... it's best hack for vBB ;)


SURE!!!:D

Blue2000
11 Jun 2001, 01:39
Originally posted by malc
thanks vBPortal ... it's best hack for vBB ;)


I agree 100% this is the best hack i have seen aswell.

Top work mate well done

shri
11 Jun 2001, 04:09
Hi Bill (and the others who use phpportal),

Any opinions on which links manager would work best for the following purpose

-- White pages, contact listing and spam proof email (via a web form)

-- Yellow Pages

-- Resource directory

I'm still working on the indexu code (actually not worked on it for a couple of weeks) and need to put in some stuff to integrate it with the vB authentication (i.e. who added the link can modify it).

I noticed that you've used the phpnuke links engine also on your site .. any opinions on which is more flexible?

Shri

adrianmak
11 Jun 2001, 04:26
i am using vb 2.0 and download the vbportal
but when I upload the vbportal style
it said invalid style file

what's wrong ?

Tolitz
11 Jun 2001, 04:42
adrianmak, did you make sure that "Use style file even if it is for a different version of vBulletin" is set to YES when you try to upload?

I'm using VBPortal 2.0.1 and it's working great for my uses (but I had to disable like half of its features just to make it work on my site - still works great tho).

See it at work on my site (URL below).

Thanks for an awesome hack, wajones! :D

adrianmak
11 Jun 2001, 07:02
I have clicked YES for this option But not worked

MrLister
11 Jun 2001, 22:24
could you please watch wher you're posting. this is a release forum. not a support one.

adrianmak
12 Jun 2001, 01:20
I have changed all necessary .php file
but when I access the home page
say, http://localhost/vb2/index.php

I got a warning as below, but the page can still displayed

Warning: unexpected error in date() in c:\abria merlin\apache\htdocs\vb2\admin\functions.php on line 1209


after I checked, the warining is caused by the revised index.php
at the vb root

if I use the original one, no this warning otherwise it occurs

what's wrong

orca
12 Jun 2001, 14:56
Originally posted by epic
so slowly why? I use vbb 2.0.1,in my control pannel ,there is no vbportal's control item.

I agree with mrlister. However, it seems that you didn't completely install it. After running the install file you click on a link where it says which file need to be edited. There it says you need to place some code in /admin/index.php...

slinky
12 Jun 2001, 21:43
Originally posted by orca


I agree with mrlister. However, it seems that you didn't completely install it. After running the install file you click on a link where it says which file need to be edited. There it says you need to place some code in /admin/index.php... Slowly? Check out my site. It seems to move pretty quickly.

Regarding invalid styles it is usually because the version created is in the latest version ov VB (2.0.1) and you need to force VB to accept it in the controls. Should work just fine.

With regard to a lack of a vBP area in the admin control panel, it is because you probably didn't apply the hack to the index.php file of the admin directory.

Dakota
12 Jun 2001, 23:38
umm...could someone please give a description of what this hack does?

slinky
13 Jun 2001, 00:30
Originally posted by Dakota
umm...could someone please give a description of what this hack does? Go to my web site. See the front page. Creates a portal like Nuke. Other hacks and addons include a downloads module and counter, web links, and a few other things. It will hopefully be an alternative to Nuke and the others using vb. Much cleaner...

epic
13 Jun 2001, 06:45
Originally posted by slinky
Slowly? Check out my site. It seems to move pretty quickly.

Regarding invalid styles it is usually because the version created is in the latest version ov VB (2.0.1) and you need to force VB to accept it in the controls. Should work just fine.

With regard to a lack of a vBP area in the admin control panel, it is because you probably didn't apply the hack to the index.php file of the admin directory.

How to apply it?

ztsky
13 Jun 2001, 09:07
Originally posted by epic


How to apply it?

Edit your file as httP://your site/bbhome/admin/filechanges.htm

ztsky
13 Jun 2001, 09:09
Originally posted by adrianmak
I have changed all necessary .php file
but when I access the home page
say, http://localhost/vb2/index.php

I got a warning as below, but the page can still displayed

Warning: unexpected error in date() in c:\abria merlin\apache\htdocs\vb2\admin\functions.php on line 1209


after I checked, the warining is caused by the revised index.php
at the vb root

if I use the original one, no this warning otherwise it occurs

what's wrong
Me too!
Warning: unexpected error in date() in ./admin/functions.php on line 1214

here's a demo:
http://vbb.bjzx.net/bbs/
How to solve with it?

Jpp
13 Jun 2001, 10:35
Me to same error :(

slinky
13 Jun 2001, 11:47
Originally posted by Jpp
Me to same error :( I'll look into this.

epic
14 Jun 2001, 00:22
Originally posted by ztsky


Edit your file as httP://your site/bbhome/admin/filechanges.htm
Thanks a lot ͩ

stwood
21 Feb 2003, 19:49
any one still got a copy of this version of the portal ? cos i would like to install it on my V Bulletin Forum.

Thnx