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Offline JOSHSKORN

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TS/Game Server block
« on: May 11, 2009, 11:59:07 pm »
How about adding a TeamSpeak, and/or even a game server block?  Years ago, I tried using SQuery in another portal system but, considering I'm not a programmer, I couldn't get it right.  With Tsviewer.com, I was able to copy and paste code into a block but was unable to set color options to match the theme without a headache.  I think PHP Nuke systems already have these but...at a cost of a lack of security that SMF has.

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Re: TS/Game Server block
« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2009, 10:37:58 am »
To be honest just use the html block and goto ts-viewer.com register you ts server then create the java/html, or php code that will display your ts server and copy and paste the code in. I use the javascript and it works a treat! The beauty of ts-viewer is you can customize the output to match your site theme.

Also for game servers you can use gametracker.com or game-monitor.com which provide free server status blocks for your website. Again create a html block and copy/paste the code into the block. Hope this helps  ;D


 

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