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  • atcspaul
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    this is the only 4-0 site i have http://stcroixlife.com/ i have 3 other forums that are 3.0 series and i have to say i like the 4.0 better now that i am slowly learning it. only thing is that i want to have the option to have both left and right columns. i hope that becomes available in the future

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  • DevTeacher
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    i hope you like my website, still working on it to make it better.

    http://devteacher.com

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  • CLSSY56
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    I was anxious to see sites that surpass VBA CMPS, but I haven't yet. I'm still using VBA on my site. I tried a few widgets made from my modules, but they didn't work or look the same. I think VB has a ways to go on this.

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  • MNBBC
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    Hello, here is ours Natural Bodybuilding Site:

    http://www.mnbbc.com

    Still working on it, but CMS is impressive tool!

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  • jarod1981
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    P2PSIN.it

    Bye

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  • CarterMarkham
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    Just got mine up yesterday... Www.mainelysubarus.com

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  • toon79
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    ^^^ That looks great

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  • Lizard King
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    Here is my wife's CMS . Board is still in alpha stages as the development is still going on. However due to the fact current vBulletin CMS is lacking features we decided to hack it to death. Currently the only completed part is create content pages.


    We also had to modify categories according to our sites needs and make them more of a tag style display. They can be checked on right of side of content.

    However the biggest showstopper for us currently is Article Display layout. Unfortunately vBulletin doesn't allow you to define a seperate layout for Article Display page which limits CMS customization ability. Article pages should be clean and simple. Users should be able to find content where they want to read easily. But currently the only way to achive that is keeping Section layout's simple. The site can be checked within
    http://obscurewave.com
    An example article layout is http://obscurewave.com/content/testi...ase-ignore-153

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  • Webbstre
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    Glad to see someone dug up this old thread. Here's my site:

    http://www.runicgamesfansite.com

    and my review of VB4 and the story of how I made the site: http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...in-4-My-review

    Also, I'm aware that the site is pretty slow at times right now. Something isn't configured right because it looks like caching isn't working anywhere. That appears to be a server problem though.

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  • toon79
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    I kept mine as close as I could to the default through fear of styles breaking due to updates....

    Graphic Design & Web Design Forum
    Last edited by toon79; Mon 26th Jul '10, 7:03am.

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  • 238mph
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    Originally posted by Mermaid View Post
    I have done a lot of work on this one, I'm really quite proud of it as it took me ages.

    Here it is: Cafesaxophone
    I'm impressed!!!

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  • kyrgyz
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    Came across this site running on vB Suite. Nice!!
    http://www.footballforums.co.uk

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  • ndL
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    guys, post some more sites!

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  • syrus.xl
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    I posted my site in it's early stages... - Gradually, I am getting it to a state where it's what I would class as usable! At the moment I have concentrated on the vBcms, and I still have some code tweaks to make it strict xHTML.

    Even now, I have received many offers to buy the style - even though it's nowhere near complete for the entire suite.

    www.digitalport.co.uk

    I have not tried viewing it in IE 6.0 - then again most visitors don't use this browser anyway going by webstats.

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  • sticky
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    I love this guys CMS page: http://www.gamerperfection.com/

    How did he do that, the way he has the larger preview image and the article header on the same line with the image?

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