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kennethj
26 Dec 2006, 20:47
SOFTWARE USAGE: vB 3.6 current ( upGraded as vB upgrades )
PSD SUPPLIED: Yes - ones needed to rework the style , logo - right logo
CHANGES MADE UPON REQUEST: No - but -will change name on logos

Demos : @ homepage ->
Calssic x :: Roll over buttons - text vBmenu & postbit - fixed (http://gfxstyles.com/?styleid=171)
Classic alt x :: Text links - button vBmenu & post bits - fluid (http://gfxstyles.com/?styleid=175)

vBulletin did a great job on the style , just did a little work on it to bring it to our idea of the 3.6 version of vBulletin , added a few things , reworked a little of this and that .
font for the header is not what they used .
if you know what it is will rework the psds for them .

SCREEN SHOT:58148
what we remember of the vB2 style , rounded off to remove the sharp corners . 2 header options . fixed and fluid .
as many if not all of the templates that could be edited have been to keep the style through out the entire forum - user cp , mod options registration ect .

other mods :
thread starter in post bit
highlighted stickies and announcements
sub forums in columns
and ?. .

images are vBulletin vB2 - from various places to complete the entire set .
additional images and some misc ones were improvised .

enjoy ;)

templates for some mods are available , to keep the style uniform @ site .

Surviver
26 Dec 2006, 20:59
Wow very nice, Thanks :)

AzH
26 Dec 2006, 21:24
I'm sure this has already been done....

http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=123436

Azhrialilu
26 Dec 2006, 21:40
Ours is slightly different :)

AzH
26 Dec 2006, 21:48
*thumbsup* Just sayin' ;)

Azhrialilu
26 Dec 2006, 21:50
me too :D

lol no worries, there is another version, ours has curvy goodness though <grin>

domainsTRADER
27 Dec 2006, 07:31
tanks for ur effort

zınar
27 Dec 2006, 09:51
Wery nice Thanks

gothicuser
27 Dec 2006, 16:37
Really impressive, great work. Thankyou https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/

kennethj
27 Dec 2006, 16:54
and thank you :)
Really impressive, great work. Thankyou https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/

dirtycrow
02 Jan 2007, 00:47
going to install this now, i know this is totally off topic, but how did you get the links to work in the upper right hand corner of the page ( the links for "forum, Homepage, arcade, downloads etc" )

thanks so much!

kennethj
02 Jan 2007, 08:00
one uses a roll over : <td><a href="arcade.php" onmouseout="MM_swapImgRestore()" onmouseover="MM_swapImage('arcade','','$stylevar[imgdir_misc]/_nav-arcade_on.gif',1)"><img name="arcade" border="0" src="$stylevar[imgdir_misc]/_nav-arcade.gif" alt="arcade" /></a></td> the link is in DarkGreen ( the .php - as i am seeing them all red ?) , red is the name of the image .
can use this pattern and just make the 3 changes for each button you need . an on an off button is needed . if we have them and were not in the misc dir of the style ask and can quick make the right ones , supply the code .

the other is just a simple text link : <a href="$vboptions[forumhome].php$session[sessionurl_q]">Forum</a> :
<a href="$vboptions[homeurl]">Home Page</a> : just add to them .

both are located in the header template .

going to install this now, i know this is totally off topic, but how did you get the links to work in the upper right hand corner of the page ( the links for "forum, Homepage, arcade, downloads etc" )

thanks so much!

Cees
04 Jan 2007, 22:55
hello, also off topic but i cant find in the other one were i n the upper right corner two buttons are located. Forum and homepage. Where can i put a third or fourth button in .... Many thanks

kennethj
05 Jan 2007, 07:28
the roll over buttons -
psds for the buttons used for this area are in the psd dir ( we have some additional ones - ask if they are what you need and were not included in the 'misc' dir ) , you will need an on and an off button , uploaded into the misc dir .
if you have trouble making different ones , ask and will make them .

near the bottom of the header template -

the area for the roll-overs starts at : <table class="nav-x" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0">

the code for each button is : <td><a href="$vboptions[forumhome].php$session[sessionurl_q]" onmouseout="MM_swapImgRestore()" onmouseover="MM_swapImage('forum','','$stylevar/[I]_nav-forum_on.gif',1)"><img name="forum" border="0" src="$stylevar/[I]_nav-forum.gif" alt="forum" /></a></td> a drop menu is different - ask if you need it and cant' figer it out .

you will need to change the link ( underlined )
the image idenitifyer name -different for each image- 2 places ( red )
and the 2 image names ( italic )

hello, also off topic but i cant find in the other one were i n the upper right corner two buttons are located. Forum and homepage. Where can i put a third or fourth button in .... Many thanks

Cees
05 Jan 2007, 18:49
Thanks working great

kennethj
05 Jan 2007, 22:22
anything else just ask .. .

Thanks working great

001
27 Feb 2007, 01:26
Where can I download the original Classic Liquid?

Azhrialilu
27 Feb 2007, 08:49
Original?

001
27 Feb 2007, 16:16
Well, the one used on vbulletin.com. I found one that requires importing of two xml files - is it IT?

Azhrialilu
27 Feb 2007, 17:06
The one used on vb.com is the standard default that comes with vbulletin software.

Unless you're talking about the vb2 variation... which I believe is available in this forum somewhere.

001
27 Feb 2007, 19:32
vbulletin.com has Classic Liquid as an option - is this the same that has two xml files to import?

Azhrialilu
02 Mar 2007, 15:21
I don't understand why you'd need to import two xml's to be honest. The one we have in this thread is a reworking of the Classic Liquid and not the one on vb.org.

If the two xml's you're referring to are the ones in the zip in this thread, then that's to give you a fixed and fluid version of the style - it is not necessary to install both if you only wish to use one of them :)