Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Articles

Collapse
  •  
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • 3. Creating Your App ID

    3. Creating Your App ID

    This article tells you how to create your Apple App ID. This is the third step in getting your vBulletin App submitted to Apple for Approval. ...
    See more | Go to post

  • 2. Creating your iOS Certificates

    2. Creating your iOS Certificates

    Now that you have your developer account, you need to create certificates that are used to sign your Apps when you submit them. Applying your certificates to the App links the App to your account for proper accounting purposes....
    See more | Go to post

  • 1. Enroll in the Apple Developer Program

    1. Enroll in the Apple Developer Program

    This article tells you how to enroll in the Apple™ Developer Program. This is the first step in getting your vBulletin App submitted to Apple™ for approval.

    ...
    See more | Go to post

  • Using the Mobile Publisher

    Using the Mobile Publisher

    The Mobile Publisher is the wizard that will allow you to customize your iOS and Android apps when you purchase the Mobile Suite. Care has been taken to make the Mobile Publisher as easy to use and self-explanatory as possible. Here is a quick run through of the Mobile Publisher. When you first enter the Publisher, it will ask you for the URL of your website and your Mobile API key. Both of these need to be exact so that the resulting application can connect to your site and present data to the...
    See more | Go to post

  • vBulletin Premium Mobile Style Available For vBulletin 4 License Owners

    vBulletin Premium Mobile Style Available For vBulletin 4 License Owners

    vBulletin has released the Premium Mobile Style for all vBulletin 4 license owners. This release contains added enhancements to engage the forum user experience from a mobile device. With the premium
    See more | Go to post

  • How To Find StyleVars in vB4 Using Firebug

    How To Find StyleVars in vB4 Using Firebug

    Following on from many queries on how to find a specific StyleVar in vBulletin 4, here's a short video tutorial on how to use the free Firebug add-on for Firefox in conjunction with your AdminCP to find
    See more | Go to post

  • Resetting the Default Tab in 4.2.0.

    Resetting the Default Tab in 4.2.0.

    For those who can't or don't wish to watch the video, here is the step by step guide.

    1) Go to your Admin CP

    2) On the side menu expand "Settings" and click on "Navigation
    See more | Go to post

  • Getting to Gold

    Getting to Gold

    Today we are releasing vBulletin 4.0 "Gold." Personally, I wanted to call it vBulletin 4.0 "Shiny Things" after the title of an extended thread in our test lab, but convention says that when you release a piece of software you call it "Gold."
    See more | Go to post
    Last edited by Mark.B; Thu 13th Mar '14, 5:50pm.
There are no articles in this category.
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts
Please log in to your account to view your subscribed posts.

Latest Articles

Collapse

  • Creating a Redirect Channel
    by Wayne Luke

    In older versions of vBulletin, you could specify a URL to redirect a forum to another location. This could be on your site or elsewhere. With the release of vBulletin 5, this functionality was removed. You can recreate this functionality using Template Hooks. I will outline the steps to create a channel redirect here.

    Note: This functionality is not available on vBulletin Cloud at this time.
    This tutorial involves changing options, creating custom templates and building a temple hook. Allowi...
    Wed 5th Feb '20, 7:09pm
  • Styles Editor
    by Wayne Luke

    Styles

    The Style tool allows you to select a pre-existing theme for use on your site and sets it as the default. It also allows you to apply CSS customizations to your site.

    Themes

    The Theme Selection tool will show all Styles installed in your vBulletin Site. Selecting one of the themes shown will provide a preview image and select it. If you decide that you do not like it, simply select a new theme. Your selection is saved when you click the Save Changes. All Themes vBulletin C...
    Tue 4th Feb '20, 5:34pm
  • Site Builder Overview
    by Wayne Luke
    Introduction to Site Builder Site Builder is the newest innovation in vBulletin’s line of site management products. It allows an administrator user, with the correct permissions, to change and edit the content and look of their site without logging in to the AdminCP. Where Site Builder deals with the outward facing portion of a site, the AdminCP controls the nuts and bolts of the system. The Site Builder allows an administrator to add various functionalities, dictate what they do, and where they’re place...
    Mon 3rd Feb '20, 5:40pm
  • vBulletin 5 Database Tools
    by Wayne Luke
    The vBulletin Database Tools are a series of command line scripts that allow you to quickly make modifications to your database in order to provide performance fixes and update them to UTF8 standards. IMPORTANT- These files must be run via the command line, either if you have local access to the server or ssh access. If you are on shared hosting your access may be limited. You may ask your host for ssh access. If they say it is not available ask if they will run the commands for you. Update VB5 ...
    Mon 21st Oct '19, 10:29am
  • vBulletin 5 Database Best Practices
    by Wayne Luke
    This is part of a best practices series to manage your vBulletin installation. The database is the heart and soul of your vBulletin site. All content and user information is stored in the database. Protect the database and you protect your site. This document will go over the creation and usage of a MySQL database for the use of vBulletin 5 Connect. If you have shared hosting and are provided a web-based control panel like cPanel, you will need to access your hosting provider's documentation on how to carry out these operations. This document assumes a general familiarity with the command line operations of your Operating System. All commands listed assume that you are accessing your server via SSH. ...
    Wed 31st Oct '18, 8:18am
  • vBulletin Password Handling
    by Wayne Luke
    Note: vBulletin Cloud sites cannot use custom password schemes at this time. The core security of your site is the User Password and how it is stored. In the beginning, vBulletin used a simple MD5 hash to represent the password. However as Floating Point Processors (i.e. GPU and ASICs) have become more powerful, this method proved to be risky and reduced security. If we significantly changed the password scheme, then users wouldn't be able to login and would need to change their passwords fir...
    Sat 27th Oct '18, 1:34pm

Article Tags

Collapse

Working...
X