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    Integrating Joomla with vBulletin

    Does anyone know of any programs that allow joomla and vbulletin integration?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivan View Post
    Does anyone know of any programs that allow joomla and vbulletin integration?

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    bb pixel and jfusion, I prefer bb pixel.

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    Yea thanks bbpixel is great

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    go to Joomla.org and press extensions. There are several components for integrating forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivan View Post
    Yea thanks bbpixel is great
    Yeah it's good product, easy to install and works flawlessy. The owner is a good coder, he'll do custom work for you. He blended my forum template to match my Joomla. I think his name is Koudanshi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman131 View Post
    Yeah it's good product, easy to install and works flawlessy. The owner is a good coder, he'll do custom work for you. He blended my forum template to match my Joomla. I think his name is Koudanshi.
    yea he helped me out alot thanks

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