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    Default Link Forums Error - Page Not Found

    I have CMPS installed on the root directory default page on index.php. When i try clicking Log On or Log Out, it says page can not be found, and on the link, it is not going to /forums dir it is staying in the root dir and it comes up as page not found because i have the vbulletin forums at the /forums dir. Some pages already have the /forums after the website name but some dont like the login and logout. I think it might be my skins because if i put it back on the default skin, it works fine but with my eXtreme Pixels skins, it comes up with the 404 error. Anybody know how to fix this????
    Last edited by scouse; 12-05-2005 at 06:27 PM.

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    Default Re: Link Forums Error - Page Not Found

    Option A: in the admin settings, you can change the replacements for buttons that appear in the navbar and in the header. Try changing the one in the header to match what is in the navbar section since that seems to work with a default style.

    Option B: edit that specific template in that style and hardcode the url.

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    Default Re: Link Forums Error - Page Not Found

    Which admins settings do you mean? I didnt find that. and i cant choose option b because its on many pages and it would take a looong time.

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    Mine did that too as my stuff is in /forums and most of the edits and updates in the templates are labeled forum. So I had to go in to templates and fix them that way. Not sure if that is your problem or not, just thought I would offer my experiance

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    Default Re: Link Forums Error - Page Not Found

    Can you post a link to your site?

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    Default Re: Link Forums Error - Page Not Found

    I have the same problem...I've already added login.php to the replacements for navbar header and footer but it doesn't help. Sure I could edit it in the template but there should be another way I guess.

    http://mirabiliz.com/cmps_index.php

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    Default Re: Link Forums Error - Page Not Found

    ???

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    Go to the 'Plugin Manager' link in your Admin CP and make sure you have this code for your 'vBadvanced Error Replacements' plugin.
    PHP Code:
    $vbulletin->templatecache['STANDARD_ERROR'] = str_replace(
        array(
            
    '"login.php',
            
    '"register.php',
            
    '"clientscript'
        
    ),
        array(
            
    '"' $vbulletin->options['bburl'] . '/login.php',
            
    '"' $vbulletin->options['bburl'] . '/register.php',
            
    '"' $vbulletin->options['bburl'] . '/clientscript'
        
    ),
        
    $vbulletin->templatecache['STANDARD_ERROR']
    );

    $headinclude str_replace('"clientscript''"' $vbulletin->options['bburl'] . '/clientscript'$headinclude);

    $errormessage str_replace(
        array(
            
    '"login.php',
            
    '"profile.php',
            
    '"clientscript'
        
    ),
        array(
            
    '"' $vbulletin->options['bburl'] . '/login.php',
            
    '"' $vbulletin->options['bburl'] . '/profile.php',
            
    '"' $vbulletin->options['bburl'] . '/clientscript'
        
    ),
        
    $errormessage
    );

    $forumjump str_replace('"forumdisplay.php''"' $vbulletin->options['bburl'] . '/forumdisplay.php'$forumjump); 

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    Default Re: Link Forums Error - Page Not Found

    helped, thx

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    Hmm, mine still doesnt work. My site is http://www.aimunleashed.ulost.net/ . Now the images dont even work. Please help. Thanks.
    Last edited by scouse; 12-16-2005 at 10:26 PM.

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    Default Re: Link Forums Error - Page Not Found

    I'm not seeing the CMPS anywhere on your site...

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    Yeah sorry bout that i was upgrading to 3.5.2. Now its up. It works but the links are still screwed up and dont work. I need it to go to dir /forums on my header.
    Last edited by scouse; 12-19-2005 at 04:44 PM.

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    Default Re: Link Forums Error - Page Not Found

    Anybody???????

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    Default Re: Link Forums Error - Page Not Found

    Admin CP => vBa CMPS => Default Settings

    Copy the list of filenames listed in your Navbar Replacements option over to your Header Replacements option.

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