You may find you want to add links to your footer menu. We did this in our custom-made theme, which is a recommended practice. We don’t recommend to ever edit default core files for any script you work with.
This guide is for front end users of Vanilla Forum, written for version 2.2.1.
Most people like to manage notifications they get from sites and while on sites. This shows how to manage the email and site popup notifications.
Version 2.2.1 of Vanilla Forums and below. Posted per the Vanilla Forums GNU General Public License terms.
You may find you want to change your top menu by adding, deleting or re-arranging your menus. We did this in our custom-made theme, which is a recommended practice. We don’t recommend to ever edit default core files for any script you work with.
This tutorial will show you how to access the Admin panel of your Vanilla Forum and is written using Version 2.2.
In our tutorials, we use a general url just for an example, yoursite.com/whatever. You would replace the yoursite.com/ with the url of your own site.
It’s generally a good idea to have at least one backup Admin user and a few test users for each user role you have. The backup admin account can give you an emergency log in just in case something happens to your main admin. The test users are good for helping you test the site with different permission levels, just so you can make sure hidden stuff is actually hidden and users have the permissions you want.