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  • charlesr
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    Originally posted by feldon23 View Post
    Originally posted by Frank.Yates View Post
    Is it possible to use the HTML or PHP module to create a custom CMS page?
    A "page" is not a CMS. Honestly I'd just install Wordpress.
    I thought vbulletin (4) was a pain in the bum to work with, but then I installed wordpress.... Wordpress is like working in shackles.
    Note: the vb4cms is pretty limited - there are no options for custom fields in the database, so you are restricted to basic text and pictures etc. It's easy to maintain, because one backup does the whole site and the user integration is all built in, but if I was doing it again, I'd use a separate CMS app.

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  • Joe D.
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    Originally posted by Frank.Yates View Post
    Is it possible to use the HTML or PHP module to create a custom CMS page?
    The CMS has a built in page type called "Static HTML" that can be used to create custom pages.

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  • feldon23
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    Originally posted by Frank.Yates View Post
    Is it possible to use the HTML or PHP module to create a custom CMS page?
    A "page" is not a CMS. Honestly I'd just install Wordpress.

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  • Frank.Yates
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    Is it possible to use the HTML or PHP module to create a custom CMS page?

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  • Joe D.
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    If you look at used licenses be sure to read this first- http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/forum...50#post3130350

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  • rudedog1968
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    If you can find a trusted source, you may try and buy a used version of vB4 suite. Lots of people moving away from vB so you should be able to find a copy out there.

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  • katim110
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    Originally posted by Joe D. View Post
    VB 4.2.1 Suite is not unstable.
    im talking about vb5
    vb4 is great.

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  • Joe D.
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    VB 4.2.1 Suite is not unstable.

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  • Hartmut
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    I'm afraid that then you can't get ahold of the CMS then.

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  • katim110
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    im not gonna buy unstable product.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by katim110 View Post
    So, if I want cms for vb4 forum I have to upgrade to vb5? (which is by the way expensive). right? are you kidding? who says I want vb5? I JUST WANT CMS FOR VB4. And besides vb5 doesn't have cms
    If you want to upgrade your vBulletin 4 license to use the Publishing Suite and the CMS, you need to purchase a current license. You don't have to use vBulletin 5, you can continue to use vBulletin 4 and use the upgrade to download the Publishing Suite.

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  • DemOnstar
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    If you need CMS so badly and you want to remain with VB, your choice is made easier. You either upgrade or stay as you are.
    And if you do choose to upgrade, you get the choice of either VB 5 or.

    How's that?

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  • Joe D.
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    VB5 will have a CMS eventually and there will be no additional charge.

    You will also be able to upgrade to VB5 at anytime if you have a VB5 license.

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  • katim110
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    So, if I want cms for vb4 forum I have to upgrade to vb5? (which is by the way expensive). right? are you kidding? who says I want vb5? I JUST WANT CMS FOR VB4. And besides vb5 doesn't have cms

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  • TLMD
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    Originally posted by feldon23 View Post
    Originally posted by katim110
    what do i have to pay if i want to order cms for vb4?
    Originally posted by beishe8
    You have to buy a vB5 licence.
    Originally posted by katim110
    I don't want vb5, I already paid for vb4. I want to stick with vb4. I just want cms for my vb4.
    Originally posted by Joe D.
    the only way to upgrade to the VB4 Suite is to upgrade to a VB5 license
    Originally posted by katim110
    how much do i have to pay?
    Originally posted by Joe D.
    A VB5 upgrade license is $209.
    Originally posted by katim110
    does vb5 have cms?
    Originally posted by beishe8
    No.
    Who's on first?
    Haha, that made me laugh!

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