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Current Custom CSS used on this site.





I am not a CSS Master Developer but wanted to share the CSS used on this site. It will be improved over time....
 

Basic vBulletin Page Structure








This article is part one of a series of creating custom vBulletin Styles.

vBulletin 5's user output is created using a system of pages that are customizable by the site administrator. This system is called Site Builder. By breaking the system down into pages, a lot of control is given to the system administrator. By using Site Builder,...
 

Enabling Two-Factor Authentication in vBulletin





vBulletin 5.3.0 and higher will allow site owners to enable Two-Factor Authentication for Administrator and Moderator functionality. This is an extra layer of security provided to make sure your user data remains as safe as possible. Two-Factor Authentication works in conjunction with an app on the user's smartphone, tablet, or computer. ...
 

Prevent Spam With New User Post Moderation





To help combat spam, many users opt to have new user's posts moderated until they've made a specific number of posts. This allows the Admin/Moderator team to keep potentially malicious posts out of the public eye until a user has effectively passed a probationary period as a member of the site. ...
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    This article is part one of a series of creating custom vBulletin Styles.

    vBulletin 5's user output is created using a system of pages that are customizable by the site administrator. This system is called Site Builder. By breaking the system down into pages, a lot of control is given to the system administrator. By using Site Builder,...
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  • Enabling Two-Factor Authentication in vBulletin

    Enabling Two-Factor Authentication in vBulletin





    vBulletin 5.3.0 and higher will allow site owners to enable Two-Factor Authentication for Administrator and Moderator functionality. This is an extra layer of security provided to make sure your user data remains as safe as possible. Two-Factor Authentication works in conjunction with an app on the user's smartphone, tablet, or computer. ...
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  • Prevent Spam With New User Post Moderation

    Prevent Spam With New User Post Moderation





    To help combat spam, many users opt to have new user's posts moderated until they've made a specific number of posts. This allows the Admin/Moderator team to keep potentially malicious posts out of the public eye until a user has effectively passed a probationary period as a member of the site. ...
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  • Basic vBulletin Page Structure
    Wayne Luke







    This article is part one of a series of creating custom vBulletin Styles.

    vBulletin 5's user output is created using a system of pages that are customizable by the site administrator. This system is called Site Builder. By breaking the system down into pages, a lot of control is given to the system administrator. By using Site Builder,...
    August 18th, 2017, 09:11
  • Enabling Two-Factor Authentication in vBulletin
    Wayne Luke




    vBulletin 5.3.0 and higher will allow site owners to enable Two-Factor Authentication for Administrator and Moderator functionality. This is an extra layer of security provided to make sure your user data remains as safe as possible. Two-Factor Authentication works in conjunction with an app on the user's smartphone, tablet, or computer. ...
    August 15th, 2017, 19:19
  • Prevent Spam With New User Post Moderation
    Wayne Luke




    To help combat spam, many users opt to have new user's posts moderated until they've made a specific number of posts. This allows the Admin/Moderator team to keep potentially malicious posts out of the public eye until a user has effectively passed a probationary period as a member of the site. ...
    August 15th, 2017, 19:00
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