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  1. This may be a long shot but if you are using phpBB bridged with JFusion you must have some users login the phpBB before they can log into Joomla!.
  2. I am pretty sure that the stock Joomla! module (for 2.5.x) does not allow modules to be displayed inside the menu, I could be wrong though. I am also not familiar with the new module option you are talking about, perhaps there is some documentation on it? If not you could always start a new thread on how to use it.
  3. I did not edit any of the module manually, except for the CSS which was to make it match my existing menu. I have no clue why your entire site goes blank, perhaps try debugging it with firebug or chrome's built in developer tools, since you can see errors with them. The module does not get a location, since it will be assigned in the menu; however, the stock joomla menu is lacking on features so you will have to find one that allows modules in the menu (since that is what it is essentially), I use Ice Mega Menu from Ice Theme. http://www.icetheme.com/joomla-extensions/icemegamenu.html Also, on a side note, the ACP theme I am using is Mission Control by Rocket Theme, so my screenshots may not match up quite right with your layout.
  4. Hi, I did this on my site quite easily. Fine tuning is easy but time-consuming the register modal is also shown next to the login button. The menu item for login and register is the same, it's only 1 for the BT login module. Here's an image to help. The BT login menu item is called Login in this image. If you would like to see how it looks please go to: http://oldschoolfighters.com/