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  • 3 sites with one database - doable?

    We are developing two more sites which will provide different services in our industry - that will make 3 sites in total.

    We are also developing one huge support site that contains the community and lots of resources. We want this forum/template based site to have its own theme, of course - but we also want to make a style that mirrors each site. The problem is with styleids:

    http://domain.com/index.php?s=&styleid=3

    We can link from each site to the core support site like this BUT one click on a forum and it breaks out the styleid. Is there any way to fix it so that once a user enters a site on a styleid, it doesn't change?
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    I'm not sure if this is doable, but you could add a styleid variable to all your links

    I think the wisest move is to goto http://www.vbulletintemplates.com and ask.
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    • #3
      One wonders how you'd add that styleid variable to all links....
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      • #4
        I don't even see a vBulletin forum at the site that you listed above.
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        • #5
          "domain.com" was just an example......
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          • #6
            Well, if I had a valid URL, I could probably see what the issue is and provide a solution on how to fix it.
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            • #7
              In my experience, the styleid gets stored in a cookie, so I'm not sure why you'd have this problem.
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              • #8
                I'm having the same problem.

                My default style is :
                http://www.pdafrance.com/pdaforum/

                My pocket style is :
                http://www.pdafrance.com/pdaforum/in...?s=&styleid=12

                But when they click on a link, it is back to the default style. I fear a cookie problem?

                Any thoughts?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by pdatoon
                  I'm having the same problem.

                  My default style is :
                  http://www.pdafrance.com/pdaforum/

                  My pocket style is :
                  http://www.pdafrance.com/pdaforum/in...?s=&styleid=12

                  But when they click on a link, it is back to the default style. I fear a cookie problem?

                  Any thoughts?
                  oops i found the problem.
                  Override users custom styles
                  (will force this forum's specified colors) was set to YES.

                  Sorry

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