Re-Order Posts

Re-Order Posts allows administrators or forum moderators with "Can Moderate Posts" permissions the ability to change the date stamp of posts in a thread.

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Re-Order Posts allows administrators or forum moderators with "Can Moderate Posts" permissions the ability to change the date stamp of posts in a thread.

Re-ordering posts can be immensely useful for threads that depend on a certain chronological order (such as fanfics/stories) or release posts (more information beyond original post's character limit).

There's also a full log of all changes including affected post, username making the change,and From/To date stamp displays.
Major Features
Re-Order Any Thread: Allows administrators or moderators with the proper permissions to re-order even existing threads.

Works With All Thread Display Modes: By changing the date stamp of the thread directly, it works with all thread display modes found natively in vBulletin.

Full Logging: All changes are fully logged with data including affected post, username making the change, and From/To date stamp displays.

General Settings
  • Option to remove the DBT branding, if you purchased a branding free key for the product.
  • Option to remove the Hivelocity from footer.
  • Option to hide the version number in the footer.


Front-End
  • New option in "Administrative" thread menu on show thread
  • Quickly change time stamps of all posts in the thread
  • Full logging all changes including affected post, username making the change, and From/To date stamp displays.
  • Only super moderators, administrators or forum moderators (forum moderators requires Can Moderate Posts) can use the feature
This mod displays a copyright notification in the footer of Show Thread and product pages which includes:
  • 1 Link to DragonByte Technologies homepage
  • 1 Link to Product Description page of this modification
  • 1 Link to Hivelocity Hosting (Removable via a vBulletin Option)

At a glance

Supports: vBulletin 4.x.x

Version: v1.0.1
Release date: 29th March 2013

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