My headers show up, but the images are all showing as Red X's
This is because vB uses relative paths for your images. You will need to update your vB3 header to use absolute paths.
Using your Style Manager edit your header template, find:
and for each of the URL's used you will need to update your path. In this case my forums are installed in the root directory, so I added the / to the path. Simply prepend $vboptions[bburl]/ in front of every url relative link.
You will need to update all your links to use the absolute paths as PhotoPost is not installed in the same directory as vB and so PhotoPost needs to know where to follow the links to.
Also, check your headinclude template:
var IMGDIR_MISC = "$stylevar[imgdir_misc]";
And either put a / in the path or change your vb configuration to point to /images.
I've gone in to vbUlletin's Style Manager, selected by theme/skin and then the header template. I search for 'a href="/$vboptions[forumhome].php' in the template but nothing is found. AM I editing the correct header template?
Something's not right because the arrow icons in the 'View last review posted' & 'Last Product Upload' colums is using the icons from vBulletin. The Photopost area is also all white instead of grey and white like you see at http://scene-out.com/forums/index.php
If you solve this please let me know. I just installed 4.8.6 today and the only problem I have is the images when using VB3 styles. My VB installation is completely default with no enhancements so it is certainly an issue. I am an expert php and perl programmer (not so good as css though) so I could certainly hack a fix for this if I tried but want to see if Photopost puts out a patch.
the default VB3 templates in the current version do not include absolute paths, in order to make them work you have to edit all the "Image Paths" in your VB3 admin to make them absolute instead of relative. That will fix all of the images in Photopost when using style integration.
The default VB templates of a normal VB3 are relative and we autotranslate those to absolute there is not need to edit anything
The only issue issue is when the forums use a program like vb advanced or such that alter those url's to absolute then you have a problem with our templates and you need to remove the $Globals['vbulletin'] call like I stated in our vbenhanced templates
You have not done as instructed. See your image paths
It's not the collapse icons I'm talking about it's the icons that take you to the last post / photo. Take a look at my forums at http://scene-out.com/forums/ and you'll see that the icons used there are from my Imagize theme.