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Afterburner integration between phpBB and Joomla

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    Afterburner integration between phpBB and Joomla

    Posted 10 years 7 months ago
    • I decided to play around a bit before joining the phpBB club also. I have Joomla and phpBB installed both running the afterburner template. I cannot figure out how to integrate them together. I guess what I am hoping for is having all my menu options being available from phpBB also. I don't mind separate management, but I was hoping to integrate them together. Is there some documentation somewhere where it describes how to do this? I can't seem to find anything about this. Can someone help me with this?

      Joomla install here = esoterictouch.com/reiki/
      phpBB install here = esoterictouch.com/reiki/bbs/

      Thanks for any help you might be able to provide.

      Dennis
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    Re: Afterburner integration between phpBB and Joomla

    Posted 10 years 7 months ago
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    Re: Afterburner integration between phpBB and Joomla

    Posted 10 years 7 months ago
    • When I follow those links, all I get is a message stating " You are not authorised to read this forum". Which by the way has “authorized” misspelled. I am a Joomla club member.

      Thanks
      Dennis
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  • Re: Afterburner integration between phpBB and Joomla

    Posted 10 years 7 months ago
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    Re: Afterburner integration between phpBB and Joomla

    Posted 10 years 7 months ago
    • 1361 wrote:
      When I follow those links, all I get is a message stating " You are not authorised to read this forum". Which by the way has “authorized” misspelled. I am a Joomla club member.

      Thanks
      Dennis

      If your membership is current, you should be able to view the threads.

      'authorised' is the British spelling, so if the language files are en-GB, not en-US, it's spelled correctly... :D
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