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    My Home Page in Vbadvanced is blank unless you sign it to the forum. How do I fix that!

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    Can you post a link so we can check it out?

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    Is that "index.php" the renamed cmps_index.php from the download?

    Your forum doesn't seem to be using the CMPS at all as far as I can tell.

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    Yea it is.

    In my AdminCP> Defualt settings > Main Optains I changed the Name

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    You mean you have entered your sites address in the options there? That's good.

    It doesn't look like the "index.php" file is the cmps_index file. Are you sure you have entered the right forum pathway in the cmps_index.php (now index)?

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    What should I do?

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    Open the file that came with the download, it started called "cmps_index.php".

    At the very top, you should be able to find a spot to enter your forums server pathway.

    Place that in there.

    If you are not sure what it is, you should have a file in the download called forumpath.php. Load that to your forums folder and then browse out the the URL. It will tell you what to put in the cmps_index.php file

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    I already did that

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    Well, not sure where to go then.

    We'll wait for Brian. I would suggest tinkering around, re reading the install instructions, making sure stuff is correct.

    Most answers on on the site already if you look.

    Good luck

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    Do you have any custom modules that are only enabled for guests?

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    My Modules are for everyone!

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    Check it out heres the link!

    http://cardinalspace.com/cmps_index.php

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    i am having the same issue

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    Do you have any custom modules that are only enabled for guests?
    i tried removing custom modules and found that the ibpro arcade module was messing me up. when i removed it, the page worked fine.

    thanks

    hope this helps u also oday. thanks for starting the thread. haaa

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    I'm trying that and get back to you!

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    I have no custom modules!

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    Get this I accedently left my modules foilder in my ftp. And I had a 777 foilder with my modules still there. I took them out and this is what I got!


    Warning: print_portal_output(/home/cardinal/public_html/forum/modules/navigation.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /includes/vba_cmps_include_top.php on line 276

    Warning: print_portal_output(/home/cardinal/public_html/forum/modules/navigation.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /includes/vba_cmps_include_top.php on line 276

    Fatal error: print_portal_output(): Failed opening required '/home/cardinal/public_html/forum/modules/navigation.php' (include_path='.:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/cardinal/public_html/forum/includes/vba_cmps_include_top.php on line 276

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    Here are some problems,This is in my admincp
    Attached Images Attached Images

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    You cannot remove the modules folder or the files in it, or it will result in error messages exactly like you posted.

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