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  • kyrgyz
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    Not much of a forum yet, but interesting skinning:
    http://www.chat.iogames.com

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  • JoeBannon
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    Originally posted by Masterblaster View Post
    to me they all look the same, sorry....VBSeo I like, but the rest is horrible.
    Yeah, I like what they did.

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  • Masterblaster
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    to me they all look the same, sorry....VBSeo I like, but the rest is horrible.

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  • kyrgyz
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    vB CMS:
    http://www.vanityedge.com

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  • Sir Nick
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    http://delifed.com

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  • kyrgyz
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    vB CMS: http://www.rkszone.com

    vB Forum: http://forums.emonx.com

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  • kyrgyz
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    vB CMS on Phisical Evaluation Board:
    http://www.pebforum.com

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  • kyrgyz
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    Dark-themed vB CMS:
    http://www.bluepearl-design.com/forums/content.php

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  • S1OPP
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    I might as well join the party, my site is pretty standard.

    www.sparkyslider.co.uk

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  • kyrgyz
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    vB CMS:
    http://www.windowsolution.org

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  • Saqibm
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    Thought I'd add my site. Currently successfully running vb4 suite, upgraded from 3.8.4. That being said my website is V small, 64 active members.

    www.darkline.org.uk

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  • kyrgyz
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    Site running vB4 CMS and Forum:
    http://www.yourbrandplan.com

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  • kyrgyz
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    Site running vB4 forum:
    http://www.nusantaraku.org

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  • kyrgyz
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    One more site running on vB Suite.
    http://www.leforo.com

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  • Al Zander
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    Originally posted by JoeBannon View Post
    Yeah, is that what it's technically called?
    Well, technically it's simply called a sidebar. In the control panel, vbulletin calls it "Forum Sidebar and Block Options".

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