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  • Creating HTML that is consistent with vbulletin style?

    Here is the style my vbulletin board will have:

    http://www.vbstyles.com/forum/index.php?styleid=89

    Now, I also want to have some HTML pages. How do I make an HTML file that looks EXACTLY the same, except inside the white rounded rectangle on that page, is my own content, the the forum stuff?

    Meaning...I want the same top banner, and the same white rounded-edge area in the middle, but then I want my own stuff in there.

    How do I do this? Is there code I can copy and paste or what?

    Thanks.

    EDIT: If this is not easy to do, is there any vbulletin addons that is like an article or review database?
    Last edited by sparknote_s; Sat 23 Jul '05, 3:46pm.

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    You can put your page content into a template and then use something like this to insert it into the vBulletin layout.

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