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    Default adding a module as a rotation banner

    im using vb 3.8.4 vbullet script , i want a add a rotation banner to my cmps page as a module.... so i have no idea to fix it... i hope ur help ......


    thanks you

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    Use a template module and add the code to that.

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    please if possible can u give me help to do it

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    Just add a new template module using your custom banner code as the template content. If you're not familiar with adding new modules, that's covered in our users manual.

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