By A. Kingsley-Hughes K. Kingsley-Hughes
A step by step advisor to working your individual vBulletin deploy. This booklet is written for brand new and intermediate clients of vBulletin, who are looking to deal with and keep a vBulletin dialogue discussion board as simply as attainable. No event of internet programming is needed.
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Clicking on some of the links (marked by a downward pointing arrow) causes the panes to open, while moving off them causes them to close. The contents of the navbar changes dependent on whether the user is logged in or not. Welcome Banner Below that, are the forum welcome banner, the introduction to the discussion board and the forums themselves. The welcome banner and introductory message are only shown to unregistered users (or members who have not logged in). Main Body of the Forum Below this, comes the main body of the discussion board.
Yyy Where xxxxxxxx is your license number for vBulletin and yyy indicates the version number, in this case 352. Inside this folder are two more folders and a few files (a readme file and license agreements). It might sound like we're hammering home the folders here, but you don't want to upload the wrong files to the Web! More folders! There's a folder called upload and one called do_not_upload. The files you want to upload are in the folder called upload. The other folder contains tools that we don't need to worry about right now.
The Remember Me? box is checked by default, and when members log in, their details are saved to a cookie so that they can access the site at a later time without logging in again. Below that, we come to the navigation bar, also known as the navbar. The job of the navbar is to put tools and functions within easy reach of the user. The navbar makes use of expanding and collapsing panes in order to save on precious screen space. Clicking on some of the links (marked by a downward pointing arrow) causes the panes to open, while moving off them causes them to close.