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  • "vBulletin Message" text by default in a new template

    Hi, I tried to find this tidbit of code in in every file and template I could think of and I just can't find it.
    All I want to do is change from "vBulletin Message" to "Brought to you by blah blah blah"

    Here is an example of what I'm talking about, it's in the main table.
    http://citystylecreations.com/forum/arcade.php

    Also, here's how I'm calling template if this helps at all

    <?php
    error_reporting(7);


    require('./global.php');
    eval("standarderror(\"".gettemplate("arcade")."\");");

    ?>

    And PS: what is the path to templates outside of the default set? Meaning

    (\"".gettemplate("newset/arcade")."\");
    Actually, that's what I tried, obviously it didn't work!~LOL

    Thanks in advance


    Last edited by InkedUpMess; Fri 6th Dec '02, 2:57am.

  • #2
    Goto Admin Control Panel
    browse to the templates section
    press search
    and enter 'vBulletin Message' and press search

    the template you want will show up.

    open it and modify to your liking, and save it.

    done!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by xiphoid
      Goto Admin Control Panel
      browse to the templates section
      press search
      and enter 'vBulletin Message' and press search
      Well I guess that would be the painfully obvious answer, wouldn't it?~LOL
      Thanks, apreciate it.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by InkedUpMess
        Well I guess that would be the painfully obvious answer, wouldn't it?~LOL
        Thanks, apreciate it.
        no problem

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