CMS | Forum Integration
So what does the chat module add to vBulletin? It adds a pop-up chat room with multiple skins and single sign-on. Recent changes: chat room can be fully controlled in vBulletin ACP.
Firstly a chat button will be added to the top menu of vBulletin.
Install the module, and the vBulletin user database will be immigrated to the chat room and single sign-on will be enabled. It's all automatic!
Then vBulletin users may click the "Chat" button directly, without being asked to login again.
3. Chat Status
The following data of the chat room can be displayed on the vBulletin index page to attract more users to join chatting.
The 3 types of data can be individually disabled to displayed as you prefer.
4. Control Panel
vBulletin ACP-> "123FLASHCHAT", enter the setting panel of the module.
5. Choose Chat Clients
Three chat clients: the flash client is the standard one and has a mountain of features, while the HTML/Ajax chat client is extremely light and very flexible, even works on mobile phone. And an optional avatar chat client has walking talking cartoon figures.
6. Change Chat Size, Language
You can change chat window size and interface language.
7. Choose a Skin
You can choose a proper skin scheme to match your vBulletin. There are nine skins options are available:
Except the vBulletin ACP, the chat admin panel is also imported here for your convenience. Please be aware that the admin account here might be different to that of the vBulletin ACP.
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