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  • Booth
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    Originally posted by funmasti View Post
    My ans: Yes, you can
    My quest: Why would you do that? as you know you can use 1 page at a time, if you want to switch things then you can just do a install and uninstall, its not that hard.
    I wasn't sure whether one would conflict with the other. Now I know they do not, it means as Arkham said above it's a requirement as one compliments the other.

    Pleased with that

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  • funmasti
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    Originally posted by Booth View Post
    Is it possible to use both vba and vbcms at the same time?
    My ans: Yes, you can
    My quest: Why would you do that? as you know you can use 1 page at a time, if you want to switch things then you can just do a install and uninstall, its not that hard.
    Last edited by funmasti; Wed 2 Mar '11, 9:28pm.

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  • Arkham
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    Originally posted by Booth View Post
    Is it possible to use both vba and vbcms at the same time?
    Of course!

    And it's pretty much a bloody requirement. Each compliments the missing functionality of the other, and until the forum code is refactored enough to use CMS widgets, I think it's absolutely necessary to use both.

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  • Booth
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    Is it possible to use both vba and vbcms at the same time?

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  • Alfa1
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    Currently vbCMS can not replace vbadvanced CMPS. vba is much more versatile as a portal, while vbCMS is an article system with widgets. I would be needing both until vbCMS can act as a portal system. I cant imagine that vbCMS will not grow into a CMPS at some point.

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  • Ramsesx
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    You need to download cmps from www.vbadvanced.com and read the install instruction...

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  • floydian1
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    How do you use them both?
    I was going to use CMPS with Logician's templates.

    If I can use them both... I would love to.

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  • Ramsesx
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    Originally posted by vilhiem View Post
    Can I use BOTH vbAdvanced and vBulletin CMS ...?
    Sure, you can as I do this too.

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  • vilhiem
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    Can I use BOTH vbAdvanced and vBulletin CMS ...?

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  • india3g
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    dear wayne... i tryed the demo yesterday, i am able to change the layout for the section, but i am not able to change the layout of the front page of the vbcms
    i.e i want the recent posts to full the whole space of the "front page" (default in demo)

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  • india3g
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    1) I've heard that one of our customers has over 3,000 articles in the vBulletin CMS that they hope to bring live soon. I don't see vBAdvanced being about to handle that.
    dear wayne ( u just reminded me of bruce wayne of batman, i am fan of that movies.... : -) esp when christan bale took up the role.)
    back to busines... how many different or unique (blogger, article writer) i can have in that case. i mean instead of only me writing aritlce, i want to assign, may be 30 to 40 ppl to write blogs or article at their leasure time. so what the no, and where can i see that no in which section ( i am trying the demo now)

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  • steven s
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    And let me just add, vBadvanced does things the vBCMS doesn't and vBCMS does things that vBadvanced doesn't.
    The two are different products that share a few common functions.
    I have more options using vBadvanced within my forum.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    You can customize the layout using drag and drop in the Admin CP. You can integrate Photopost if they have provided widgets for your use.

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  • india3g
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    Thanks,
    with vb4 cms can i atleast change the front page layout, like the website i showed u above,
    1. increase the recent thread box size to bigger
    2. move it to the center
    3. integrate photopost with vb4cms and display the recent photopost of photopost on to the font page of the vb4cms

    thanks

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  • Wayne Luke
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    1) vBAdvanced is made by a third-party. It is not our product.

    2) The vBulletin CMS is a content management system whereas vBAdvanced is more geared towards building custom portals with different widgets. vBulletin CMS has the most common widgets available built-in and there are more at www.vbulletin.org. I've heard that one of our customers has over 3,000 articles in the vBulletin CMS that they hope to bring live soon. I don't see vBAdvanced being about to handle that.

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