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Old 12-25-2005, 12:48 AM
Bluestrike2 Bluestrike2 is offline
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If you're wanting to have some of the modules on your vBulletin pages look here. I used this and managed to do this:

MLG PwnCast: MLG Guides

As you can see it turned out pretty nicely (just gotta find the top tools and chang them to match the CSS file 'tcat' . I'm also running 3.5.2 if that matters to you.

Just be sure not to make my error:

Quote:
Originally Posted by Brian of vBa, paraphrased in my own words

You accidentally messed up and put the code needed in the functions.php file not after this(where it is supposed to go):
Code:
if ($vbulletin->options['addtemplatename'])
but this:
Code:
if ($vbulletin->options['addtemplatename'] AND $gethtmlcomments)
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