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  • Wayne Luke
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    1. Edit Page.
    2. Click on the Change Layout Tab.
    3. Choose the Full width Layout.
    4. Save Page.
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  • sexypbobb
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    I guess im having a hard time finding what to edit with all these different admin options to change it the way I want. I got rid of the side menu and I want to bring the forums width all the way across and doint know where or how to do that is one thing im having a hard time finding

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  • sexypbobb
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    I didnt touch the templates from what you first said. The way the admin front end designing and changing things is complicated.
    Last edited by sexypbobb; Tue 23rd Jul '19, 11:38am.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    What are you trying to do? Like I said you shouldn't need to touch templates for the majority of changes. Especially with Site Builder, Module Options, and CSS.

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  • sexypbobb
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    vBulletin 5 is way to complicated for me to understand after trying to edit it for an hour.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    You shouldn't have to edit the default templates to change 85% of the look and feel of vBulletin. It is all controlled by CSS. CSS was very basic when vBulletin 3.X was developed.

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  • sexypbobb
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    My thoughts about vBulletin

    I love vBulletin 5.0 but its so hard to edit the templates to create the style and html look I want. I liked vBulletin 3. series because when you were editing a template you know what your doing. Im completely confused with the way 5.0 is designed
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