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Free New way to force guests to register

Discussion in 'vBulletin Template Mods & Extras' started by HAWK, Mar 23, 2016.

  1. HAWK

    HAWK Administrator Staff Member ADMIN

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    My idea was to place a fix characater on the bottom right, which forces guests to register an account, because i was sick of those standard "hello guest, register" mods.

    So with this little modification, you are able to display a nice and flashy character to all guests - forcing them to register

    All examples on the bottom are free to use.

    1. Upload your desired image to "/images/misc/register.png" (if you want my samples, feel free to use them, they are all attached below)

    2. Open your "css_additional.css" and add the following lines:

    div.forcetoregister { background:url(images/misc/register.png); background-repeat: no-repeat; width:300px; height:200px; padding:0 5px 3px; position:fixed; right:1px; bottom:0px; z-index:1; }

    3. Open your "footer" template and add the following line on top:

    To show it on every page add this on bottom right before the </body> tag in footer:

    :<vb:if condition="$bbuserinfo['userid'] == 0"><a href="/register"><div class="forcetoregister"></div></a></vb:if>

    4. You are done!



    Since some one at the forum came up with the wish, to have random images on every pagereload, i can now provide you a solution:

    1. Add this code to your "css_additional.css" instead of the code provided on top:

    div.forcetoregister { background:url(rotate.php); background-repeat: no-repeat; width:300px; height:200px; position:fixed; right:1px; bottom:0px; z-index:1; }

    2. Download the file "rotate.php" wich is attached below

    3. Upload the file "rotate.php" to your FORUMROOT

    4. Open "images/misc" via FTP and create a new folder called "ftr" (Complete path should look like this: /images/misc/ftr)

    5. Upload your desired images to the "ftr" folder (supported file extensions are: PNG, GIF & JPG)

    6. Your done!

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