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xfrocks

Well-known member
#1
Now you can select any page to replace your index page. The oldie index page will be "moved" to /forums/

INSTALLATION
  1. Upload the library directory into your XenForo's
  2. Import the addon
  3. Create a pages and configure it in Home > Options > Basic Board Information. It's at the bottom of the page
Not really useful but... it's here :D
 

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onthefly

Active member
#9
Im a little confused, with this mod? With this mod you can then create a page to replace the Home Tab instead of it redirecting to the forums?
 

Anthony Parsons

Well-known member
#11
Im a little confused, with this mod? With this mod you can then create a page to replace the Home Tab instead of it redirecting to the forums?
You can remove the home tab altogether, so you have a homepage with forum behind it, if your not requiring a homepage / cms area to your site.
 

xfrocks

Well-known member
#13
Ok so I am confused! Im not criticizing your work just curious as the why when you already have the forum occupying the Forums Tab? :)
At first, this addon is a studying approach. And secondly, I see some people doesn't like the forum list to act as their "index". This thing has potential but to make it actually useful, it needs an awesome idea :D
 

Anthony Parsons

Well-known member
#15
OK so the home tab is for the future CMS?
It could be... it can be for anything you want to use it for, or not... Some may use Joomla or WordPress as their home CMS / Blog, with the forum attached, until XF develop a CMS product. I would guess from the popularity of requests about the requirement of a cms, blog, gallery, etc etc nowadays, they will be building these products and selling them as additional products, similar to what IPB do.