There are millions of phishing ads online these days, you should educate your users on ensuring the domain name on any communications is indeed your own, and that you'd never request their passwords via EMail. Additionally, you might point out that any forum generated emails will be sent through the forum software and they should look like the forum (posting an example from a PT notification would probably work really well).
Gizmo thanks for your reply, at fisrt I was only thinking it was for the forum but it could be for the domain I don't know. I wanted to make you guys aware that someone may phish yours as well as my members for passwords.
the url that the email settings link was for a domain in indonesia, not sure how to report it to their web host. Not sure I should post the link here
I finally had some free time to upgrade to 7.6.2. The upgrade was simple and flawless. Thanks to Isaac and Gizmo and anyone else involved for all their hard week. UBB has been powering our discussion boards since 1996 (22 years!).
This is a community forum platform, third party or possible licensed script coding isn't shipped with the product.
What is presented in the stock archive you downloaded through the member area is the forum package itself, any site based navigational items are outside of the scope of the product and would be third party as it does not exist in the forum package.
There are millions of options for navigation, and many in various other coding languages, you should find what best fits your community.
If you have problems on these user to user support forums then I would encourage you to contact the vendor via the ticketing system.
The header here is added in html header includes. It is not a in the box feature per say. But any page you create will still need something added for a nav bar unless the app already has it as a feature to edit
Believe me it is not that difficult.. Just like adding a logo image in the header, Just a few more lines.
And I am suppose to go through all that just to create a top menu...Not happening. Will delete the software and use something else....Got to go slam around your butt with this stuff to get to your elbow its ridiculous.
UBBCentral's top navigation menu Is accomplished with simple HTML and CSS.
In your desktop browser, right-click on the page and choose "View page source" (or press CTRL-U). This will display the HTML & CSS code used in generating the page, which includes the top navigation menu tab code.
When you've chosen which menu system you want to implement, and you've created the code for it, that code would generally be placed in to the following section: Control Panel / General / HTML Includes: Default Header