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    Is it possible to divide the forum directory in many pages, one per forum?

    I mean,If I have 10 forums, instead to list them all on the same page, can I list one per page.

    The topics, naturally,will be on other 10 pages.

    THANKs
    aford

  • #2
    not sure what you're asking, do you mean 1 forum per page with the threads listed below ? it's already like this with each forum
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    • #3
      eva2000,

      if you go to "home page" here you see the forum divided in different categories, but all listed on the same page.
      It is possible to divide the home page in many pages.Let's say one per category

      THANKS
      AFORD

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      • #4
        well if you click on the category link i.e.http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/index.php?categoryid=5

        http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/index.php?categoryid=4

        you get listed a catgeory at time with the other cat forums hidden... is that sort of what you're after ?

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        • #5
          eva2000

          yes.

          (naturally each category page with its forums will be linked to the home page.)

          thanks

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          • #6
            your welcome
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            • #7
              eva2000,

              when you don't know, or don't understand is better not to try to answer the questions.


              aford

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              • #8
                I thought that eva did help you

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