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  • Swoosh
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    Yes, that's exactly what I mean. Thank you, James.

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  • JamesUS
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    I think he means member titles

    On one of my boards, I've stuck with the default of:
    Junior Member
    Member
    Senior Member
    Moderator
    Administrator

    But on the other we came up with some weird ones I can't remember them offhand I'm afraid.

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  • JohnM
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    there are no user levels in vbulletin. just user groups.

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  • Swoosh
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    User Levels

    Umm, a bit off the topic, but could anyone please note the user levels on your board?

    Is it something like:
    # Members
    # Moderators
    # Administrators

    Thank you.

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  • JohnM
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    um... did you not read my post?

    Forum administrator means either:
    you set up a different usergroup with different privileges
    forum admin is your custom title for moderator?
    you're using a different forum software?

    post a link to your board...

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  • Morning Star
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    i was wondering the stuff each can do beacuse in the cp the administrator was above the forum administrator

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  • JohnM
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    you mean moderator and administrator?

    forum administrator is usually just a different custom title instead of administrator.

    moderators can do basically anything with topics in their forum(s).
    admins can do everything mods can do, in any forum, and also can access the CP.

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  • difference between forum administrator and administrator

    what is the major difference in power between a person who is forum administrator and the administrator
    what are things that one can and cant do but the other can?

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