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  • Turning on the Forum Runner Plugin

    Turning on the Forum Runner Plugin

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    To turn on the Forum Runner Plugin in your vBulletin, login to the AdminCP using your username and password.

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    Scroll down to the "Plugins &
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  • The vBulletin Mobile Suite v1.2 is Now Available

    The vBulletin Mobile Suite v1.2 is Now Available

    According to the most current industry data, mobile web usage is not only here to stay, but it’s fast becoming the preferred mode of internet browsing for more and more people around the world. The global web community is “going mobile”, and now you have the opportunity to position your forum on the cutting edge of this trend.

    The vBulletin Mobile Suite is a premium mobile solution that allows for the creation of branded mobile apps customized specifically for your forum. The Suite...
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  • Internet Brands Acquires Forum Runner

    Internet Brands Acquires Forum Runner

    Mobile technology has revolutionized the way that many people experience the internet. In fact, it is predicted that mobile will become the primary mode of internet access for the majority of the world's
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    Last edited by Wayne Luke; Fri 14th Mar '14, 12:53pm.

  • vBulletin 3 to vBulletin 4 Style Conversion Tool

    vBulletin 3 to vBulletin 4 Style Conversion Tool

    As vBulletin 3 approaches EOL (end of life) when it will no longer be actively developed, we have developed a style conversion tool to facilitate converting vBulletin 3 styles to be compatible with vBulletin 4.



    We are planning to release this tool as part of vBulletin 4.1.3. Note that this tool is currently being tested, so the functionality when you see it may differ from what is described in this blog post, based on feedback from QA and other testers.

    How...
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  • How to Report a Bug using vB Issue Tracking System (JIRA)

    How to Report a Bug using vB Issue Tracking System (JIRA)

    Welcome. I've created a quick step-by-step overview on how to report a bug through the vB issue tracker system also known as JIRA. The bug report process is done through the issue tracker system therefore,
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  • How to Search for an Existing Issue Using vB Issue Tracker System

    How to Search for an Existing Issue Using vB Issue Tracker System



    Welcome. This is a brief overview of how to search for an existing issue using the vB Issue Tracker System. These issues are reported through JIRA which is an issue system that vBulletin
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  • How to Use JIRA (Video)

    How to Use JIRA (Video)

    Welcome. This is a quick overview of reporting issues within JIRA. By reporting the issues within JIRA, it alerts our developers and quality assurance about them so they can be fixed or implemented. An issue can be a bug you experience, a feature enhancement or a new feature request. All of them will be looked at but different issues will be assigned different priorities throughout the process.
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  • Widgets

    Widgets

    vBulletin's CMS allows you to create smaller applications that fill in the Layout content. Where the Layout used organizes the Widgets and orders how they appear, it’s the individual Widgets that define what sorts of data are displayed. Widgets can be added, deleted, and edited through the Widget Manager in AdminCP.

    Creating A New Widget

    To create a new Widget, go to AdminCP > vBulletin CMS > Widgets:


    Clicking on Create New Widget will open the f...
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  • Grid & Layout Manager

    Grid & Layout Manager

    The vBulletin CMS allows you to customise your layouts to suit your needs. These layouts can then be used in different Sections of your CMS to give each Section it's own look - couple this with it's own style (see this article on how to change these in your Sections) and you can really start to give your CMS a sense of individuality.

    Creating a New Grid To create a new layout, you first need to create a Grid - if you don't already have a Grid you wish to use. A Grid controls th...
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  • Editing Sections

    Editing Sections

    There are a number of different elements of a Section in the CMS that you can edit, including (but not exclusively): - renaming - setting a specific style - changing the layout - changing what's viewed in a Section As opposed to creating a Section, these changes are made via the user visible, or 'front end', side of the CMS. For all of the following, you need to go to the Section page you wish to edit and click on the pencil icon beside the Section name: ...
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  • 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. ...
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    Sat 27th Oct '18, 12:18pm
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    Note: Installing and using Memcached requires access to the command line and the ability to install software on your server. If you are using a Shared Hosting Package, then you may not have access to this capability. If you are in doubt, please contact your hosting provider. If you are running vBulletin in a Virtual Machine or on a Dedicated Server, you can improve performance with Memcached. This allows you to move some of the caching systems from vBulletin's database and into memory. On the s...
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