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  • MsJacquiiC
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    Originally posted by Lizard King View Post
    You shall use the first one but you need to do that without frames. Using frames is a bad choice.
    Ditto!

    Jacquii.

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  • Lorena
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    Jobe, thanks a lot for this info, this exactly what I was looking for in the last hour or so
    Many, many thnaks and I'll try to add to your rep (If I can)

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  • Jobe1986
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    To do it without frams you can simply add the header code of your main website to the appropriate template in Styles & Templates.

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  • Sysop9001
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    within the website but without frames how said Lizard King

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  • Lorena
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    OK, Lizard, thanks for your input, I'll definitely consider that!

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  • Lizard King
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    Originally posted by Lorena View Post
    Hi, I would appreciate any suggestions from anybody who takes 2 seconds to have a look at the way we integrated VBulletin in our website:
    Which one is better and more user-friendly to keep?
    1) http://www.babywonderland.co.uk/forum/index.html

    or http://www.babywonderland.co.uk/forum/ as a separate page from the site (no nav bar etc)

    Any inputs would be very, very appreciated.
    You shall use the first one but you need to do that without frames. Using frames is a bad choice.

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  • Lorena
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    Hi, I would appreciate any suggestions from anybody who takes 2 seconds to have a look at the way we integrated VBulletin in our website:
    Which one is better and more user-friendly to keep?
    1) http://www.babywonderland.co.uk/forum/index.html

    or http://www.babywonderland.co.uk/forum/ as a separate page from the site (no nav bar etc)

    Any inputs would be very, very appreciated.

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