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  • #16
    I believe you can accomplish this with template conditionals, by checking the referring URL / Domain, then forwarding them to the appropriate category. You can hide / unhide various sections of the layout with conditionals also. The only big issue with this is the actual URL that they are on. However, you may be able to call it inside an iframe from the other site, and use the conditionals mentioned above.

    Just an idea.


    • #17
      Originally posted by Wsh View Post
      Not sure why people find this surprising If you've ever owned a legitimate copy of the Adobe Suite or even Autodesk Suite you'd know that every year a new version with new features comes out, and just like vB you're not 'forced' to use the latest version but it does help.

      It's called a business, not a buffet line.
      Yes, but they give you good incentives.

      Students get at least 50% discounts. Current users get discounts too. I would assume a college or uni, who bought 100+ licenses would get a huge discount as well.

      I'm a multiple license holder.. where is my discount? Without license holders like me, who bought a bunch of licenses. vB would be dead right now.


      • #18
        Bump, can I please receive an official answer to my last question?


        • #19
          Originally posted by Malfurion View Post
          Okay, what if you only want to use one forum area for multiple websites that are powered by the publishing suite, how do you do that?
          That would require multiple multiple licenses and modifying the code. We cannot officially support code modifications or forums running modified code, however you can try searching or asking for help with this over at
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