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  • Forum Rules Array

    Forum Rules Array

    Forum Rules Array contains the rules of a forum. It contains the following items:
    • bbcodeon - [String] Whether the BBCode is enabled in the forum. "On" or "Off".
    • htmlcodeon - [String] Whether the HTML code is enabled in the forum. "On" or "Off".
    • imgcodeon - [String] Whether the [IMG] code is enabled in the forum. "On" or "Off".
    • smilieson - [String] Whether the Smilies is enabled in the forum. "On" or "Off".
    • can - [Array] Contains:
      • postnew - [Boolean] Whether the user is able to post new thread in the forum.
      • reply - [Boolean] Whether the user is able to reply thread in the forum.
      • editpost- [Integer] Whether the
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  • Foruminfo Array

    Foruminfo Array

    Foruminfo Array contains the information of a forum. It contains the following items:
    • * forumid - [Integer] The ID of the forum.
      * title - [String] The title of the forum.
      * description - [String] The description of the forum.
      * title_clean - [String] The title (HTML code trimmed) of the forum.
      * description_clean - [String] The description (HTML code trimmed) of the forum.


    Structure Example
    :
    'foruminfo' => 
    array (
      'forumid' => 91,
      'title' => 'New & Events',
      'description' => 'This exists to see what happens with an ampersan
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  • Forumbits Array

    Forumbits Array

    Forumbits Array is an array that contains a list of forumbit array. forumbit array contains following items:
    • childforumbits - [Array] Child forums list. An array that contains a list of sub-array. The sub-array contains the following items:
      • forum - [Array] Child forum information. See below to see the structure of forum array.
      • parent_is_category - [Boolean] Whether the child forum's parent is a forum category.
      • show - [Array]
        • forumsubscription - [Boolean] Whether the logged-in user has subscribed this child forum.
        • forumdescription - [Boolean] Whether to show the child forum description.
        • subforums - [Boolean] Whether to show the subforums of the child forum.
        • browsers - [Boolean] Whether to show the number of users who are current browsing the child forum.


    • forum - [Array] The forum information. It's a forum array containing:
      • forumid - [Integer] The forum id.
      • threadcount - [Integer] The number of threads in the forum.
      • replycount - [Integer] The number of replies in the forum.
      • title - [String] The title of the forum.
      • description - [String] The description of the forum.
      • title_clean - [String] The title of the forum (Removed HTML code).
      • description_clean - [String] The description of the forum (Removed HTML code).
      • lastpostinfo - [Array] Contains the last post information of the forum. The array contains:
        • icon - [Boolean] Whether the last post has an icon.
        • lastpostinfo - [Array] Contains:
          • lastposter - [String] Username of the user who made the last post.
          • lastposterid - [Integer] User ID of the user who made the last post.
          • lastthread - [String] The title of the last thread.
          • lastthreadid - [Integer] The ID of the last thread.
          • lastpostdate
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  • How to Setup Your Forum

    How to Setup Your Forum

    Introduction
    Congratulations, you’ve just successfully installed the vBulletin suite! But what do you do next? Like most of us, you just want to set up your forum and start getting users in to make posts and start discussions. It’s easy to do and we’ll show you how!

    Step 1: Create a Category The first step is to set up a category. A category is like a folder where you put your forums. It shows up as a header on your forum display page. Users can not post in a category. You start by logging in to the Admin Control Panel with the username and password you created on installation. Click on the link in the menu to the left beneath the vBulletin “Forums & Moderators” In the form that opens in the frame to the right, fill out the title you w...
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