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  • Placing the $logincode inside the header

    I know you have the change global.php to enable putting the $logincode inside the header.

    So, I took this from index.php:

    // if user is know, then welcome
    if ($bbuserinfo['userid']!=0) {
    $username=$bbuserinfo['username'];
    eval("\$welcometext = \"".gettemplate('forumhome_welcometext')."\";");
    eval("\$logincode = \"".gettemplate('forumhome_logoutcode')."\";");
    eval("\$newposts = \"".gettemplate('forumhome_newposts')."\";");

    } else {
    $welcometext = "";
    eval("\$newposts = \"".gettemplate('forumhome_todayposts')."\";");
    eval("\$logincode = \"".gettemplate('forumhome_logincode')."\";");
    }

    And put that under the:
    // ###################### Start load options #######################
    section in global.php. However, while the logincode box now shows up inside my header, it always shows the login box even if the user is already logged in. Unlike the one at the bottom of the page, it doesn't switch to the "logout" option.

    Anyone know what I have to do to fix this?

    Thanks,
    Brian

  • #2
    Since this involves hacking please ask at www.vbulletin.org .

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