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  • Steve Machol
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    The problem is in your hacked functions.php file. In particular this line:

    return "<a href=../My%20Documents/s10owners/vBulletin/12693cd5.229/upload/admin//%22$righturl/%22 target=
    \"_blank\">".str_replace('\"', '"', $hyperlink)."</a>";

    Reupload the original functions.php file to fix the problem.

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  • Steve Machol
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    It's got to be something in your templates or PHp files causing this. Fill out a support ticket at:

    http://www.vbulletin.com/members/support_form.php

    Be sure to include the login info to your Admin CP and FTP.

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  • s10owners
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    Originally posted by Cary
    Try reverting your newthread/newreply templates to their original state.
    tried that...didnt work either... this is becoming very annoying...i've tried everything...

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  • Cary
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    Try reverting your newthread/newreply templates to their original state.

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  • s10owners
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    here's a link tot he thread that started the problem...mouseOver the link and look at what it says in the status bar...

    http://www.s10owners.com/forum/showt...=&threadid=712

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  • s10owners
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    nobody else has any input... argh

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  • s10owners
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    tried both of those, didnt work

    it seems that its trying make the linikwith like 3 urls in it, one being a relative path on MY desktop...i cant udnerstand...i havent had a problem like this yet and it just started doing it to ALL links, not just that one link...


    hEeeeellLLLlllPPP
    Last edited by s10owners; Sun 5th Jan '03, 4:45pm.

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  • Steve Machol
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    1.Admin CP -> vBulletin Options -> Thread display options -> Number of characters before wrapping -> xxx

    Change 'xxx' to whatever number you want.

    2. Admin CP -> vBulletin Options -> Posting Code allowances (vB code / HTML / etc) -> Allow Dynamic URL for [img] tags? -> Yes

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  • s10owners
    started a topic problem with linking

    problem with linking

    ok so i have automatically parse URL's checked, and so does the user trying to post this link...

    so he put

    http://www.s10owners.com/gallery/alb...16/w7moves.mov

    in his post, and vB automatically makes it a link...thats fine

    but when you click on ot vB tries to send you to:
    http://www.s10owners.com/My%20Docume...7moves.mov/%22

    any ideas anyone?
    Last edited by s10owners; Sun 5th Jan '03, 7:54pm.
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