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hellerooo

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Hi,

I am currently using VBulletin on my site and love it. However, my site has 4 main discussion topics within the forum.I would like to create a website around the forum and have 4 seperate forums (seperated and linked to by tabs on the homepage).

The only thing is, I only want members to register once, not on each forum, so having the forum set up 4 times wouldn't work as posts would not be accumulated on all 4 forums, etc.

Also, I just want the forum main page to show the list of threads like this http://community.hom...amp;f=905109722 rather than showing a list of forums like this http://www.justmommi...oards/index.php

Does anyone have any ideas or advice please?

Thanks x
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1 stop geek shop

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why dont you just set up 4 different groups with different forums within the groups.

or do you want each forum on its own sub-domain (/forum1 /forum2 /forum3 /forum4)

Is each forum going to have a completely different topic? if they are in the same "market", you can just do that... kinda like how GtG did here with software, hardware, development etc etc...
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