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HaYLaZ
27 Jan 2006, 15:56
I hope that you will like this style its fully red and white:D
enjoy:D

Feckie (Roger)
27 Jan 2006, 16:11
nice one

Ohiosweetheart
27 Jan 2006, 16:49
YOWZA... this is NICE! thanks darlin

Would you happen to have the blank red brick header so I can customize my forum title?

and another question... hunny the blue forum markers seem so out of place...
You have a red one for new posts... what about a dark red one for no new posts, rather than blue?

Please?

Snake
27 Jan 2006, 16:55
It's looking good... Well done! ;)

Ohiosweetheart
27 Jan 2006, 17:05
UT OH... what happened?? I uploaded the redshine folder into my forum images folder... but all I have are the dreaded red x's where images are supposed to be. help?

EDITED: Nevermind... I forgot that Haylaz's styles don't go into the images folder, he has them set up to go directly into your forums directory.

HaYLaZ
27 Jan 2006, 17:57
yes upload the redshine folder to forums root thats all:D

Ohiosweetheart
27 Jan 2006, 19:07
yes upload the redshine folder to forums root thats all:D

I figured it out sweetie, thanks. I'm used to having to put them in the forums/images folder. Yours is the only one that doesn't, lol.

Now about that red forum marker, and blank header...................... *wink*

nitro
28 Jan 2006, 02:37
I figured it out sweetie, thanks. I'm used to having to put them in the forums/images folder. Yours is the only one that doesn't, lol.

Now about that red forum marker, and blank header...................... *wink*

Dont think this is a good idea then ?

http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php?t=171557

Twice Iv suggested this and this time no response at all, yet vbulletin is the only skinable software I have ever seen that does not have a standard directory for styles.
Current standard practice is whereever the styler wants them to be. :)

I dont know why noone would like to see a default frontend style images directory layout. Yes I know replacements can be used easily so they can really go where we please but its still not a standard to follow, and is this not what Jelsoft is about setting standards.

Ohiosweetheart
28 Jan 2006, 03:09
Of course I'd like to see this happen... would make things soooo much easier