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    Default removing vBa CMPS from vB4.1.2

    I'm trying out vB's mobile style and need to remove the left column from
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    • forumdisplay.php

    Is it possible?

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    You should be able to remove the integration from specific pages by removing them from the "This_Script" box.

    http://www.vbadvanced.com/forum/show...on+walkthrough

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    Thanks. But I need a way to remove the integration from a specific style.
    My default skin uses vBa.
    I have a separate mobile skin.

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    Unfortunately I don't think there's going to be an easy way to do that since the integration is handled a good bit before any style info is queried.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    Unfortunately I don't think there's going to be an easy way to do that since the integration is handled a good bit before any style info is queried.
    I didn't think so but figured it was worth asking.

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    Actually, I take that back... I tried seeing if the integration could actually be disabled, which wouldn't be easy. You should be able to edit your 'adv_portal' template for that style though and remove any of the columns you don't want displayed. That's not ideal since the PHP code for your modules would still be processed, but it's about the only easy I can think of.
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    Thanks. I tried that but got an error. But it got me to think.

    All I did was to remove
    Code:
    	<vb:if condition="$show['left_column']">
    			<td width="{vb:raw vba_style.portal_leftcolwidth}"<vb:if condition="$show['center_column'] OR $show['right_column']"> style="padding-{vb:stylevar right}: {vb:raw vba_style.portal_colspacing}px"</vb:if>>
    				{vb:raw home.leftblocks}
    			</td>
    		</vb:if>

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