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[Release] Simple vB powered web page
Mod Version: 1.00, by Brad (Coder) Brad is offline
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Released: 30 Jan 2003 Last Update: Never Downloads: 2
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Author: Anime-loo
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This script is for webmasters that still use .html static pages for their sites. The point of this script is to allow you to be able to edit your html pages via the vB admin cp (templates).

This opens up alot more for anyone useing vB with a html website. Here is a quick list of things you can do with this script:

Back up ALL html pages, they are stored in the database so you no longer have to backup your static html pages then grab your DB.

Block guest/not logged in users from a page.

Quick editing of all pages via vB's template system.

Have pages that change styles based on what the user has selected in their user cp:
--Use all global templates ($header,$footer,$gobutton) in pages.

--Use all replacements in your pages.

I plan on extending this script alot more soon, ATM it was wrote to kill time.

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Old 30 Jan 2003, 12:30
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many would consider this a hack not a template edit

as i saw lots of hacks like this one @vb.org
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Old 30 Jan 2003, 12:45
Brad Brad is offline
 
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I talked to Saintdog about it yesterday, its fine because it dosent edit any .php files
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Old 30 Jan 2003, 16:28
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I'll try it tommorow and tell it what went wrong )
Are there any bugs noticed?
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Old 31 Jan 2003, 17:04
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I do not currently have any html pages associated with my forum, nor is my forum in a forum directory, rather it's at the domain root. Your directions say to NOT to load the page.php, renamed of course into the forum directory. I am assuming this is to make sure you do not write over a page currently in that directory as your example of index.html to index.php suggests, am I correct? I don't see where any complications that would come into play aside from writing over current php files.

BTW, this looks like a great way for me to add HTML content and yet be able have it integrated within vBulletin. Then I can use online.php and so on for my new pages in addition to other bonuses. Before I do though, I need to figure out a new top navigation setup, especially if I will be adding more links, tis already crowded. BTW, thanks for this it looks like this simple "just wasting time" project might come in handy for me. Any inklings of what you might be adding to it?
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Old 31 Jan 2003, 18:24
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hmm....this is like a non hackable portal?

sounds cool, I might install it on my locallhost and see whayt it's like
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Old 31 Jan 2003, 22:55
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Wow non-hackable portal, nice job.
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Old 01 Feb 2003, 05:16
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This sounds pretty interesting.. Can this work like other portals that have the latest topics, last registered member, featured news and stuff like that on the front page?
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Old 01 Feb 2003, 08:57
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Great idea!

Why does it only work with html files and not php? For security reasons?
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Old 01 Feb 2003, 15:09
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I bet it will have more stuff like that once v2 comes out

but for now I bet you can add this to it o.o http://www.vbulletintemplates.com/mo...&threadid=2649
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Old 01 Feb 2003, 19:24
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would be great if i could add php to it
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Old 01 Feb 2003, 22:06
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You can add php to the file itself, the main goal for this release was to allow a html based site to be editable thru the templates. That dosent mean you can extend it further.

As for the new stuff coming in this script, ive decided to leave it as is for now. Insted im working on a vBhome like project that requires no hacking of the vB php files. I may release it over here upon aproval of Saintdog.
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Old 01 Feb 2003, 23:03
Brad Brad is offline
 
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Originally posted by alkatraz8
Great idea!

Why does it only work with html files and not php? For security reasons?
Php code dose not work in the templates (for version 2.x.x and 1.x.x anyway), so you are limited to html. Php can be done thru one template. phpinclude.
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Old 01 Feb 2003, 23:06
Brad Brad is offline
 
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This sounds pretty interesting.. Can this work like other portals that have the latest topics, last registered member, featured news and stuff like that on the front page?
The new portal im working on will do all that and a bit more, im releaseing a beta by end of the week.

Originally posted by xeon
I do not currently have any html pages associated with my forum, nor is my forum in a forum directory, rather it's at the domain root. Your directions say to NOT to load the page.php, renamed of course into the forum directory. I am assuming this is to make sure you do not write over a page currently in that directory as your example of index.html to index.php suggests, am I correct? I don't see where any complications that would come into play aside from writing over current php files.

BTW, this looks like a great way for me to add HTML content and yet be able have it integrated within vBulletin. Then I can use online.php and so on for my new pages in addition to other bonuses. Before I do though, I need to figure out a new top navigation setup, especially if I will be adding more links, tis already crowded. BTW, thanks for this it looks like this simple "just wasting time" project might come in handy for me. Any inklings of what you might be adding to it?
You are correct, i would hate it if someone overwrote their vB files, thats why the warning is there.
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Old 02 Feb 2003, 11:18
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Is there a demo?
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