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Old 04 Dec 2020, 08:40
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How to create a home page for my forum

Hello

I want to create a landing page as mentioned in the below forum:

https://www.siasat.pk/

The home page in this website is very cool. Is there any way to create the same for Vbulletin 5 .6.4 forum?

Please give a little hint, im stuck.
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Old 04 Dec 2020, 16:51
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vBulletin 5 uses Site Builder to do this. Did you read the Getting Started PDF that came with the software?
  • Click Edit Site on any user facing page of your site
  • Click "New Page"
  • Choose a Layout (columns)
  • Drag and drop Modules to fit your needs
  • Edit the modules to change their settings by clicking on their pencil icon
  • Save the Page
  • When saving click the "Make this page the homepage" box
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Old 06 Dec 2020, 17:26
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Originally Posted by Hostboard View Post
vBulletin 5 uses Site Builder to do this. Did you read the Getting Started PDF that came with the software?
  • Click Edit Site on any user facing page of your site
  • Click "New Page"
  • Choose a Layout (columns)
  • Drag and drop Modules to fit your needs
  • Edit the modules to change their settings by clicking on their pencil icon
  • Save the Page
  • When saving click the "Make this page the homepage" box
Thanks man. I did exactly the same as you mentioned. But is it possible to show two columns in one module?

Suppose the Latest Activity Module, I want to split the content into two columns
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Old 08 Dec 2020, 02:47
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Thanks man. I did exactly the same as you mentioned. But is it possible to show two columns in one module?

Suppose the Latest Activity Module, I want to split the content into two columns
I worked on it a little bit, and this is the result.
I'll share it when it's done.

Demo Portal


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Old 26 Dec 2020, 17:03
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Originally Posted by yilmaz View Post
I worked on it a little bit, and this is the result.
I'll share it when it's done.

Demo Portal


Thanks Yilmaz

Currently I have 3 search widgets on a 33x33x33 (three columns) setup. On each Search Widget I display different forums. But I want to have one widget which shows 2 or 3 columns in it. I exactly like your DEMO setup but on the top there should be menu which gives options e.g Latest Threads, Active Threads, Talk Shows etc as scene in the below image:


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