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    I was thinking about getting the CMS because i think it would be great to integrate it with the forum. I just bought an owned license a few months ago.. If i bought the content manage system suite.. its 135 more for the upgrade / discount right? If i get that, i will than not have to renew at the end of the year anymore, i can get all the vb4 upgrades for life for free until vb5 comes out? pretty sure these are both yes, just checking again. lol srry

    RIght now i use joomla as my CMS at http://www.orlandomagicfans.net
    and my vbulletin forum at http://www.orlandosforum.com

    If i got the vb CMS suite, could i make http://www.orlandomagicfans.net using the CMS from vbulletin and integrate it with my forum at http://www.orlandosforum.com ??
    Can i also use the CMS on another site without the forum. I know the forum can only be used on one domain. Can i use the CMS at more than one?

    Vb4 is looking sweet by the way.. good work

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    • #3
      Yes to license questions you pay for the whole of vB 4.x life.

      You can make the URL changes through .htaccess I assume, but I am not 100% sure of this case.
      Shamil Nunhuck, - Radon Systems Ltd.
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      • #4
        Can i get an official response, before the discount upgrade period ends.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by LilPimpnRapper View Post
          I was thinking about getting the CMS because i think it would be great to integrate it with the forum. I just bought an owned license a few months ago.. If i bought the content manage system suite.. its 135 more for the upgrade / discount right? If i get that, i will than not have to renew at the end of the year anymore, i can get all the vb4 upgrades for life for free until vb5 comes out? pretty sure these are both yes, just checking again. lol srry

          RIght now i use joomla as my CMS at http://www.orlandomagicfans.net
          and my vbulletin forum at http://www.orlandosforum.com

          If i got the vb CMS suite, could i make http://www.orlandomagicfans.net using the CMS from vbulletin and integrate it with my forum at http://www.orlandosforum.com ??
          Can i also use the CMS on another site without the forum. I know the forum can only be used on one domain. Can i use the CMS at more than one?

          Vb4 is looking sweet by the way.. good work
          Not sure about the 2nd, but the above questions are yes.
          George Beale
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          • #6
            Originally posted by LilPimpnRapper View Post
            If i got the vb CMS suite, could i make http://www.orlandomagicfans.net using the CMS from vbulletin and integrate it with my forum at http://www.orlandosforum.com ??
            This was talked about in another thread - yes, you can. Steve stated that you could use 2 sets of files with 1 SQL database if .htaccess was a problem, but to clear it with them first via ticket (not right away).

            Originally posted by LilPimpnRapper View Post
            Can i also use the CMS on another site without the forum. I know the forum can only be used on one domain. Can i use the CMS at more than one?
            No, the software is as a whole. You cannot install the CMS without the forum, therefore, you would need another license.

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