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Mod Version: 1.00, by c-pr0mpt (Member) c-pr0mpt is offline
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vB Version: 2.2.x Rating: (0 vote - 0 average) Installs: 42
Released: 27 Mar 2002 Last Update: Never Downloads: 45
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This is a really simple hack. This is for adding other pages to your site all driven by the forums templates. This also has instructions for adding it to whos online!


Example:
http://www.yaxay.com/yack/privacy.php?s=

This page is driven via the normal forum templates.
Sshot of admin area for this page:


Sshot of whos online if the person is on the page:



The instructions are for installing a page for a privacy statement. But just replace all instances of privacy, and privacy.php with the page you are creating. Very easy.

Instructions attached. :classic:

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Old 27 Mar 2002, 02:51
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Great hack c-pr0mpt, I'll be installing this right away!
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Old 27 Mar 2002, 03:00
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AWSOME! THANX DUDE!!
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Old 27 Mar 2002, 03:59
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That hack's GREEEEAT!!!
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Old 27 Mar 2002, 04:12
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Nice!
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Old 27 Mar 2002, 06:29
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nice thanx
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Old 27 Mar 2002, 07:16
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what about vbportal?
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Old 27 Mar 2002, 07:34
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Very useful. Thanks for sharing ^__^
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Old 27 Mar 2002, 08:10
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Just tried it out, works great!
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Old 27 Mar 2002, 09:47
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Couldn't you post this 12 hours earlier? haha I just figured this out myself, since I was lacking a privacy statement and wanted it to integrate with vB Great hack :P Using your additions so it will show up online and stuff. Fnx for sharing.
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Old 27 Mar 2002, 10:09
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w00t corey you did it again ^_^
thx alot biggi help for those privacey statements etc
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Old 27 Mar 2002, 13:02
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Thumbs up can you use this for next version c prompt?

I was planning on making more then one statement, like a mission statement, privacy policy and piracy policy + index to click through ..

Anyway,
this is the ONE file I use for all those statements!! (+4 templates)

Maybe you get the idea and alter your hack with it for upcomming version

example: http://www.creations.nl/ bottom box > forum statements

which will display a page, with click throughs to the other statements.

Ofcourse, this is very fun to use for any kind of new addition to the web site !! And so we will

By the way: I can NOT support this, this is more a personal post to cprompt. But feel free to try yourself


Anyway:
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File Type: php statements.php (762 Bytes, 127 views)
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Old 27 Mar 2002, 14:33
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Thanks for the idea xiphoid, but for me I use the normal stuff at the bottom in my footer. Privacy, copyright, etc. And in each one I have a small navigation back. =)

Glad everyone likes it so far!
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Old 27 Mar 2002, 18:44
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great hack corey

look's good!
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Old 27 Mar 2002, 19:00
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Originally posted by c-pr0mpt
Thanks for the idea xiphoid, but for me I use the normal stuff at the bottom in my footer. Privacy, copyright, etc. And in each one I have a small navigation back. =)

Glad everyone likes it so far!
Sure, but maybe there are others who like to put it all in 1 file, and just add a template where needed.

I also use the different options in the bottom menu..

< contact | statements | chat | url >

You ofcourse, can expand this to whatever one would please, just make sure to &action=<whatever> in the a href link.

< contact | privacy statement | mission statement | sponsors | etc >

Where it all can be managed from 1 file, instead of having to make several files with several templates.

Every template holds their own navigation back in the top, just like anything else on a forum, so you can even use $nav bits. and just add your own page to the end of that.

More dynamic, less file, and expandable, by just adding another if statement + template.
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