Creating a phpVMS Crew Center - Part 3.1 - Skinning - FireCrewV3

Hi All,

Due to popular demand as @Velocity23 is no longer making Crew Centers for people, they have decided to create this series to show you all how to make a Crew Center powered by the simpilot version of phpVMS. Please note that to make this series work you will need a computer that can have one program installed.

Here are the previous parts by Velocity:

Tutorial Summary:

This tutorial will teach you how to add a custom skin to your Crew Center. Some parts of this are editable to your needs. In the end, you will have a nice and smooth Crew Center.

End Result

Login Page:

Registration:

Password Reset:
Dashboard (Admin Panel for Admins Only):

PIREP Filing Center:

Step 1: Go to infinityfree.net, and log in.


Step 2: Click on the account you have phpVMS installed on, and click File Manager. You should be greeted with this.

(Not the iCrew thing, that’s something i’m testing for a future tutorial)


Step 3: Click on htdocs. Looks familiar, right? That’s because what your using is the online version of Filezilla. This is very helpful if you have a computer unable to download an app.


Step 4: Go to the link attached, and download the ZIP. DO NOT UNZIP IT.


Step 5: Go into htdocs, then lib, then skins.


Step 6: Go back into the File Manager, and Click on this button in the bottom left.
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Then, Click Upload ZIP.

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And Select the ZIP File.

It’s going to ask you this, select Upload and Unzip.

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Step 7: Exit out of the file, and go to htdocs/core/local.config.php, and click the small downwards arrow, then edit.

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Step 8: After opening the Code Editor, make no mistakes, or you can lose your crew center forever.

Go to Line 30, and click Enter 3 times. This will make a new line 31, 32 and 33. Then copy the following code into lines 32-33.

Config::Set(‘CLOSE_BIDS_AFTER_EXPIRE’, true);

Config::Set(‘BID_EXPIRE_TIME’, ‘48’);


Step 9: Click Save, Close, then go to htdocs/lib/skins/FireCrew3.


Step 10: Open the Code Editor for registration_mainform.php, and from lines 43 to 66, you will see it says Quality 1, 2 and Requirements. Fill out the little instruction with what it is asking for, and it should work.

Step 11: That should be it. Me and @Velocity23 are continuing development on this project since the original maker Parth Parth has ended support for it, so if any issues arise, please alert us ASAP.

Head Start: Get familiar with the Online File Manager as that is what I use for my tutorials.

Thanks to Aloha VA for allowing us to use them as a demo.

Demo CC: alohavcc.rf.gd

Username: demo@pilot.com
Password: Demo101

ANY ABUSE OF THIS DEMO WILL RESULT IN INSTANT REMOVAL OF DEMO PRIVILEGE.

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Hey I seem to get this when I go to my website:

Interesting. Shoot me a PM and i’ll be glad to troubleshoot.

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Nope all fixed!

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