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[IPS] IPContent Blocks Hook Maker Utility


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Posted 15 February 2012 - 08:14 AM

This Is a Hook That Creates Hooks From IP.Content Blocks, allowing precise and complete control of placement of IP.Content blocks in any hook point with little to no effort.
This Hook Makes It Easy To Export Content Blocks as Hooks for use anywhere in your IP.Board installation. Posted Image
Each block exported as a hook hence imported has group viewing permissions for that individual hook via a system setting.
An Entire System Settings Tab Is Present to manage these, grouped by block.
As with all hooks, advanced users may change the hook point at whim to parse the IP.Content Block in any hook point in IPB, without touching any templates.

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