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Thread: Is there a manual of vBadvanced CMPS?

  1. #1
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    Sep 2006

    Default Is there a manual of vBadvanced CMPS?

    I just installed vBadvanced CMPS and I feel frustrated. I think it would work fine because I did not have any error message.

    I installed it just to add two columns more (left and right) to my forum page. The Control Panel of CMPS is not big, however I do not know how to do it. I miss some help menues about the options.

    I have 12 years of experience with HTML, ASP, PHP, SQL, I do not consider to myself no qualified to understand it.

    I was trying to find a manual explaining some procedures but I did not find it.
    Most of the times, with a good manual, should not be necessary to post so much messages asking easy things.

    Finnally, some could tell me step by step (or where I can find useful and detailed information) about:

    - How to add two columns (left and righ) to my forum page?
    - How to create a new page (home) with the same structure and set the modules of vB inside them?

    I would appreciate very much.

    Jose Luis

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2006

    Default Re: Is there a manual of vBadvanced CMPS?

    I posted the previous message 2 days ago.

    I just asked for a CMPS manual. I have seen some kind of manual online but IMHO is very poor.

    I posted other questions in other message about the first (and useful) steps using CMPS but I did not get useful comments.

    I understand that CMPS is not supported because it is free but I think having a good support in a free product would mean that the support would be better for payed products. So I am in doubt if the vBadvanced products are good or not.

    I would like to discover that the products and support are great. It is not late yet.


  3. #3
    Join Date
    Mar 2004
    A galaxy far, far away...

    Default Re: Is there a manual of vBadvanced CMPS?


    The online manual is the current manual available. If you have a specific question or issue you're more than welcome to post so we can try to answer your question.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Dec 2009


    Hi KW802
    Super Mod vBadvanced,

    Could you give me the link to the Online Manual of the vBadvanced CMPS v.3.2.1 .

    I also have a question related to the listting called: "Total members that have visited the forum in the last 24 hours" .

    My question is: Can we modify this list either delete, add, modify or hide a member's name or hide the whole list except just showing the total mumber of members .

    Thank you


  5. #5
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Georgia, USA


    There's a link to the CMPS users manual in my signature.

    There is not a "Total members in the last 24 hours" module that comes with the CMPS by default. If you're having problems with a 3rd party module then I'd recommend posting in the thread you downloaded the module from to see if the author can provide some assistance.
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