There is 2 good ways to add custom tabs to vBulletin 4.
The best way is a premium solution from Wolfshead.
The free solution which is also good you can download from vBulletin.org
All of our skins are supported by Wolfshead solutions so check them out.
I have been working hard the last few months on our high quality vBulletin skins.
So far i have 12 great looking vBulletin skins and 2 more coming for vBulletin 4.0.7
As well as vBulletin skins we have 3 Invision skins and soon XenForo skins.
I am taking my time and effort to release high quality skins and when vBulletin 4.1.0 is released i plan to release alot of new skins.
You can visit our shop here:
For a limited time only Bluepearl Design is creating custom vBulletin 4 templates for $500USD.
-Customers must provide their own logo, basic logo design is $50USD extra.
-First 2 updates are free, for example from 4.0.0 to 4.0.1 etc
-50% of payment is to be made before commencement of work and 50% on completion of work.
Payment can be made via Paypal or Moneybookers
Today i finished another new vBulletin 4 template for a client.
Spent a bit of last night and most of this morning updating my vBulletin templates to vBulletin 4 and must admit I am having a ball!!!
The new stylevars system was a bit daunting at first but i am finally getting used to it and preferring the new template system over the older vb3 version.
After alot of research i have decided to remove vbseo from the Bluepearl Design forums and update to vBulletin 4. The process went perfectly without any problems.
To be honest I am really only interested in URL rewrites, and in the last few years I have found VBSEO to be bloated and support lacking.
For anybody else interested in uninstalling VBSEO I have found this good post