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  1. Improving Your Site: vBShout

    vBShout is a powerful, user-friendly and highly customisable Shoutbox for vBulletin.

    Primarily, it's intended to be used as a way for users to chat to eachother in an informal manner. To this end, you need to configure usergroup permissions for the default instance.
    Configuring Instance Permissions
    1. Ensure your Administrator account either has "Can Administer vBShout" or is set up as Super Administrator in config.php
    2. Under the DBTech - vBShout AdminCP menu
    ...
  2. Improving Your Site: vBNavTabs

    vBNavTabs is a professional navtab mod, allowing administrators to add, unlimited tabs and dropdown menus with no additional queries.

    vBulletin 4.1.x series

    vBulletin pre v4.2 you were not able to add navtabs to the navbar, vBNavTabs allowes you to do so.

    The manager displays a number of settings for each tab. Along with the Tab ID, and the Tab Name, you can also see the link and the ‘target’ setting in the URL To Tab. The Tab Mode shows what conditions ...
  3. Improving Your Site: vBMail

    vBMail is not only a powerful Mailing List manager, it can also handle Bounced Mail not only from itself but also from vBulletin.

    Primarily, it's intended to be used as a way of sending newsletters to your members. To this end, you need to set up your first Mailing List.
    Configuring Mailing Lists
    1. Ensure your Administrator account either has "Can Administer vBMail" or is set up as Super Administrator in config.php
    2. Under the DBTech - vBMail AdminCP menu group, click
    ...

    Updated 27th February 2013 at 02:12 by Ozzy47

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  4. Improving Your Site: APTL

    Advanced Post Thanks / Like is a powerful and flexible modification, adjustable to suit a multitude of needs.

    Primarily, it's intended to be used to give people a quick and easy way of giving a virtual "thumbs up" or "thumbs down" to the author of a post without needing to post a post (and stay within forum rules of minimum post length while doing so). To that end, the "buttons" need to be configured correctly.
    Configuring Buttons
    1. Ensure your Administrator account
    ...
  5. Improving Your Site: Introduction

    Hey all,

    This blog series is written by various members of the team all giving their input into how to improve your site. The blogs will come in various different formats, from mod-specific blogs designed to give you ideas about how to best utilise our products to improve your community to general blogs about how to get new users, keep them coming back and grow your site. Our combined decades of experience in site-growth consulting, forum administration and designing products for some ...

    Updated 19th February 2013 at 01:20 by Belazor

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