View Full Version : Menu links to old site
August 8th, 2005, 07:19 AM
I think this request got lost in the shuffle of some of my others:
my vbulletin menu within the gallery (at the top) links to my old site. when viewing that menu straight in vbulletin it does not. is this a vbulletin issue or photopost? if photopost, where might i fix this? i've looked everywhere for any old references within what you've told me to look at with the other items, but don't see anything. even checked my settings table within the database.
thanks in advance.
August 8th, 2005, 08:57 AM
Hello well its a vbulletin issues since it deals with your vbulletin templates.
To change a link in vbulletin you must login to there admin and go to styles manager and edit templates. edit the navbar template and change the link
August 8th, 2005, 09:02 PM
okay, so it appears i need to do some repair work in vbulletin....vbulletin says they won't help cause photopost is a hack. they want me to completely reinstall files and default my template.
here's what i did - i own a .com and a .net. i am moving my .com (which housed my fourms/gallery) over to the .net and a new dedicated server with a redesign. i just wanted to be able to do a lot of rework without affecting my customers. in the end, will mirror or redirect the .com with the .net. so, since my old forums and gallery and databases were linked to the .com, this is why i think the problem is happening. i just keep thinking i'm missing somewhere in database tables that could be doing this.
August 8th, 2005, 09:18 PM
Well Photopost is not a hack ;)
They just dont get it I guess what your trying to do.
You have a link to your gallery in the vbulletin navbar template. You must adjust this to use the .net domain instead of .com this would go for anything you have linked there.
Anyway if you simply edit that template and correct the link it should go to the correct install
August 8th, 2005, 09:44 PM
thanks....however, i don't notice any full url's in that template, everything is just a link to that file direct (assuming the domain). So, do I need to physically add the entire URL?
August 8th, 2005, 10:34 PM
well I dont know how you have it so I cant say for sure. whatever you do obviously you want to point to the new gallery install so place the url to where it is at
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