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    Originally posted by glennrocksvb View Post
    This confirms this issue has nothing to do with this mod. Just wanted to clear that out for others.

    I can help you take a look at it and fix it for you. Btw, what's the vB version of your forum?
    When you left i had to find a new tech to help me do updates. Its been a while now. Maybe a year ago it was done.


    vBulletin 5.6.4 Patch Level 1

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    • glennrocksvb
      glennrocksvb
      Founder/Coder
      glennrocksvb commented
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      Please provide forum admin credentials so I can take a look either tonight or tomorrow.

    Originally posted by glennrocksvb View Post
    • Please provide forum admin credentials so I can take a look either tonight or tomorrow.
    Ill PM you.

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    Glenn
    How do I make the fonts in the drop down bold? My forum parent style is not bold but the child is bold.

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      This mod is still using the old Google Analytics/Ownership workaround to create vBCloud mods instead of using template hooks. So in the Google Ownership/Analytics option,

      find:
      Code:
      font-weight:normal!important
      and then replace it with:

      Code:
      font-weight:bold!important
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      Hi Glen,

      PHP: 7.4.26 (litespeed)
      MySQL: 5.7.36-cll-lve
      vBulletin: 5.6.7

      This mod has been working great with PHP version 7.4 for a long while on a VPS (Virtual Private Server).

      If I enable PHP 8.0 or 8.1 on the testing or live server, then the mod (appears) to be the cause of an exception error when attempting to login to vBulletin as a user.

      Code:
      Error: Undefined constant "title" on line 23 in /home/p3252q2o0ee3/public_html/forums/includes/vb5/template.php(404) : eval()'d code
      Step 0: showErrorPage() called on line 382 in /home/p3252q2o0ee3/public_html/forums/includes/vb5/applicationabstract.php
      Step 1: handleException() called
      Exception Undefined constant "title" on line 23 in /home/p3252q2o0ee3/public_html/forums/includes/vb5/template.php(404) : eval()'d code
      Disabling the Main Navigation Menu Dropdown mod clears the exception error.


      The error_log when running PHP 7.4 records the following (with the mod running successfully).

      Code:
      PHP Warning:  Use of undefined constant title - assumed 'title' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /home/p3252q2o0ee3/certifiedfacilitator.com/forums/includes/vb5/template.php(399) : eval()'d code on line 23
      Logging into the vBulletin backend AdminCP works fine, just the frontend user accounts that use the mod code.

      Would there need to be a mod code update for compatibility with PHP 8.0 and above?

      Many thanks.

      Alastair

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        I'll take a look. Thanks for reporting.
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        • AlyG
          AlyG
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          AlyG commented
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          Hi Glen,

          Thanks so much for the quick code update to give compatibility with PHP 8, this is much appreciated.

          I confirm that the updated code is now working correctly with PHP 8.0.13 & PHP 8.1.2.

          Aly

        Released v1.6 for PHP 8 support. All customers should receive an email confirmation containing the download link.
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          Originally posted by AlyG View Post
          I confirm that the updated code is now working correctly with PHP 8.0.13 & PHP 8.1.2.
          Thanks for the confirmation.
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