Not Solved A few questions.
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First of all, my first mybb forum has been up for a few years and is really successful.
I love the layout and how everything works. I just opened a new webpage, and have also added a forum to it. On my older site, i am running mybb 1.2.9 as I can never be bothered to update it. It works for me and so is fine.
The thing is, on my new site, I am running 1.4.4 . On 1.2.9, the posts writing is on the right, and then down the left hand side is the avatar and the other information. On 1.4.4 it is above the post, and I dont really like this. Is there any way that I can change it back?

I'm new to themes as my friend made my last one, so any help would be very much appreciated.

If there isnt really a way of changing it, is there a way that I can simply install 1.2.9 ?

thanks again
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#2
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See this thread.
http://community.mybboard.net/thread-40093.html
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#3
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Dayum, that was fast, ill give it a read now, thanks!
Slightly confused at what PHPMyAdmin is, im guessing its something else i need to add to the ftp.
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#4
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Be aware that your forum is very vulnerable to exploits. It's not that difficult to upgrade if you take the time to read the documentation.
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(2009-02-12, 11:46 PM)mightymints Wrote: Slightly confused at what PHPMyAdmin is, im guessing its something else i need to add to the ftp.
No. phpMyAdmin is what your database should be controlled with by you. Perhaps your host could point you in the right direction? Smile
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Got it done, thank you Smile.

Now I just need to work out why I cant get the avatar sizes to enlarge Big Grin.
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It won't make current avatars larger if that's what you mean.
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Lol I did it already. I think im just confused y how many extra options there now are on this version.

I have to say, its very much better. Thanks for your help everyone. Now I just have to learn how to make a theme Toungue.
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