Yes, my template is customized. I did notice it worked on another website I had that has a different custom template. Unfortunately, I don't have the default template installed anymore. Is there something I can insert manually in the postbit_legacy template? Thanks!
Last edited by amagab; January 28th, 2009 at 12:34 PM.
did you customize master style???
if not then just create a new style , + call it test style.. that should have the real templates.. or even better.. upgrade to vbulletin 3.81 .. then you will have the last master style..
Well this is how I would do it:
get the default postbit_legacy template and your custom postbit_legacy template... cut and paste them into a good html editor.. (I use edit plus but there are a lot of free ones out there).. and save them as html files.. give them names.. like custom.html and default.html..
i then open 2 editors side by side and go through all the code (postbit is not that big) line by line and see that the custom template has:
All <if></if> statements...
All variables and all $template_hook[ ]
there are about 10 $teplate_hooks in postbit legacy..
that is where the images display
make sure you get them all in..
then cut and paste the template back into vbulletin..
But maybe your style has an update for vb3.8????
that would be the easiest way to do it
yeah there are tons of programs out there. I use UltraEdit to edit code and also have UltraCompare I am sure you have heard of those but in the old days Michael and I from the UbbThreads days when we use to code modifications over there discovered Beyond Compare. I like it because its easy to use and setup like you wish.