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  • Bridging with a cms on two domains, is that possible? How?

    Hello.
    I'd like to have my CMS on www.myportal.com and a forum using the same users database (bridging vbulletin and the CMS) on www.myforum.com
    Is that possible ? Using which CMS's ?
    Thanks.

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    Yes this is possible. We do not provide a portal for vB at this time. There are several add-ons that can do this, but they are third-party add-ons that we do not provide or support. You can check the Premium Modifications forum at www.vbulletin.org for information about these.
    Steve Machol, former vBulletin Customer Support Manager (and NOT retired!)
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    • #3
      Check vbadvanced cmps www.vbadvanced.com
      Very flexible and very integrated with vbulletin, but not a true cms where multiple users can create content or edit articles

      or

      www.vbdrupal.org
      Really beautiful vbulletin integretation with the best and very
      powerful Drupal CMS

      There is also a Joomla integration script somewhere on www.vbulletin.org
      Europanet.dk

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