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All phpbb pages inside the portal "forum frame"

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All phpbb pages inside the portal "forum frame"

this mod allows u to have all forum pages (register , login, etc.) inside the portal frame.

I´ve changed the phpbb.php in sources/forum and forums.php in folder custom.

link example : in side bar forum link use

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Fórum = index.php?page=forums&url=forums/index.php
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I'm a bit of a n00b, could you explain how to do this in a bit more depth?
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This only applies if you are using ocp 1.0.x and phpBB. if you are using ocp 2, it has this built into it, and the link in your left menu should point to index.php?page=forums.  

If you are using ocp 1 still, joao would need to attatch phpbb.php again.
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I turned off inline forums by default in ocp2-final, because it requires some specific URL conditions that most users won't have by default; it needs to be turned back on in the config, and the index.php?page=forums needs putting back in the menus.


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