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Author Topic: Embedding the forums into the site  (Read 977 times)

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Embedding the forums into the site
« on: October 23, 2004, 03:46:54 AM »
Thanks to the guys over @ support from phpBB I managed to have the forums fully integrated with the website itself. No more opening a new window! The forum will open in the main-window whitout disturbing the menu and the top part of the pages  ;D

When you logged in @ the previous version you would lose the site in it's whole and have only the forums in your current window. Now with the updated code this 'overtaking' by the forums won't happen anymore  :) Due to this new and good behaviour I decided to have the forum opened in the main window of the site in stead of opening a new windows ^_^
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