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  • What table are the visitor messages stored in?

    Hi, this is just a quick question but what table are the visitor messages stored in?

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    No one?

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      Everything is a node in vB5 and then it is assigned a content type.

      Works completely differently to vB4 where you'd have a table for posts, a table for VMs, a table for group posts, etc etc.

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        So how can I delete a visitor message from within the database?

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          It would be better and safer to delete it from the front end.
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            Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
            It would be better and safer to delete it from the front end.
            I would but when I was testing my site permissions I forgot to logout of the super admin account and now the profile page is ruined because I used a JS alert. It won't let me delete it because the page is ruined. So I am trying to delete it via the database.

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