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  • Robert Basil
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    Originally posted by rangersfan
    Edit the standardredirect template and the standarderror templates. Pleace the $header variable in those 2 templates and it will carry throughout your error and refresh pages.
    The only problem with placing the actual $header variable in the standardredirect and standarderror areas is then the pages will not refresh anymore because the $header variable doe not include the meta refresh tag.

    No biggie, I'll just place the same information that I put into the $header variable into the standardredirect and standarderror areas. (With a meta refresh tag included)

    I was just trying to keep the places that I place my header and footer areas as few as possible so if I make changes I do not have to update them in a bunch of different places.

    Thanks for the help guys!

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  • Robert Basil
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    Yes,

    I have information in both my header and footer areas and it works in other areas. That's why I can't figure out why it will not work only in the "Refresh" templates.

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  • Freddie Bingham
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    Edit the standardredirect template and the standarderror templates. Pleace the $header variable in those 2 templates and it will carry throughout your error and refresh pages.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    When vBulletin ships the header (referred to as $header in other templates) is empty. Did you add something to this template?

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  • Robert Basil
    started a topic $header in Refresh templates?

    $header in Refresh templates?

    My "Refresh" templates are not parsing the $header variables even though they seem to be parsing other varibles.

    Am I the only one having this problem (is this a bug?) and does anyone know of a fix?

    Thanks.
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