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cyberphr
22 Jun 2007, 17:03
vBPlus theme is an "improvement" of the default 3.6 style.
It is liquid width. The width is set by default at 80%, but can be changed without any problems.
100% valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional, CSS.

Features:
Rounded header and footer without images.
Scroll to top (#top) buttons on forums.
Navigation buttons in header.
Categories spaced, tcat moved above thead.
Smoother style.
80% liquid width, fully editable.

Screenshots attached. Enjoy. :)

README:
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GENERAL INFORMATION
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Thank you for downloading vBPlus theme for vBulletin 3.6.7, by UbuntuniX.
Come visit us at http://cyber-phreaks.net/ !

Credits:
This theme is an "improvement" of the default. With the exception of template/CSS edits and one added image, this work is fully copyrighted to Jelsoft and the vBulletin design staff.
Copyright Jelsoft, UbuntuniX 2007.


Please note that, as with all developments by UbuntuniX, this theme was coded by hand.
The only software used to create this theme were Photoshop & GEdit (a basic text editor).
Also, as with all P-C developments, vBPlus is guaranteed 100% valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional & CSS,
as defined by W3C. Accessbility is also kept in mind during creation, though may not be fully valid.

Only noobs use tools like DreamWeaver! Which doesn't even work well! :)

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE
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All files contained herein are copyright UbuntuniX, Cyber-Phreaks Networks, & Phreak-Coding, except:
* Default vBulletin images are copyrighted to Jelsoft (vbulletin.com).

The copyright text in the footer ("vBPlus Theme - Designed by UbuntuniX, 2007.") may NOT be removed UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES,
even if your vBPlus theme is heavily edited.

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REDISTRIBUTION
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This theme may NOT be redistributed without permission of its author, UbuntuniX, under any circumstances.

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SUPPORT CYBER-PHREAKS NETWORKS & PHREAK-CODING
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If you would like to help UbuntuniX, Phreak-Coding and Cyber-Phreaks Networks continue producing themes and other quality material,
please consider donating whatever you can afford to ubuntunix@gmail.com via PayPal.

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INSTALLING vBPlus vBULLETIN THEME
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To install your new vBPlus theme, steps are as follows:
* Open your FTP client and upload the Upload/images directory,
and all files under it, to [forum root directory]/images.
* Login to your vBulletin Admin Control Panel and upload the XML file (XML/3.6.7_vBPlus-1.0.xml) under Styles & Templates > Download / Upload Styles.

Optional:
* Edit PSD/logo.psd in Photoshop to include your forum's name, then save it as logo.png and upload to images/vBPlus/misc.
The font used for the logo is named "Shift", and can be found here: http://dafont.com/shift.font

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THANK YOU & ENJOY!
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Millenium IT
22 Jun 2007, 17:05
mmmmm sacksy <3

Clicks install

CurtisK
22 Jun 2007, 17:38
a live demo would be good rather than tiny screenshots

anyway loogs good, i'd like to see more

markbolyard
22 Jun 2007, 18:23
This probably should have been released as a template modification to get round corners, since so much of it is Jelsoft / default vbulletin code / images. Just a suggestion, but I like the rounded corners ;)

cyberphr
22 Jun 2007, 18:37
This probably should have been released as a template modification to get round corners, since so much of it is Jelsoft / default vbulletin code / images. Just a suggestion, but I like the rounded corners ;)

In all honesty, all styles are. Just some more than others. :p

If you view the readme, you'll see I've given full credit to Jelsoft. :p

CMGU
22 Jun 2007, 19:09
look how to original style of vBulletin
but anyway thanks install..

Ohiosweetheart
22 Jun 2007, 21:21
a live demo would be good rather than tiny screenshots
Agreed. I'd like to see screenshots as well. You can't tell anything with those small screenies.

rjmjr69
22 Jun 2007, 22:07
A demo would be great

cyberphr
22 Jun 2007, 22:30
Demo: http://cyber-phreaks.net/forum/index.php?styleid=50

I can't guarantee it'll be up for long, though.

Mum
22 Jun 2007, 22:55
I'm blind LOL I can't see much difference!

Wayne Luke
25 Jun 2007, 00:25
What browser do you need to use to view the rounded corners? I tried Internet Explorer 7, Firefox 2, Opera 9 and Safari 3. I didn't notice rounded corners anywhere. I just saw a standard vBulletin layout on a white background.

SgtTechHead
25 Jun 2007, 01:31
What browser do you need to use to view the rounded corners? I tried Internet Explorer 7, Firefox 2, Opera 9 and Safari 3. I didn't notice rounded corners anywhere. I just saw a standard vBulletin layout on a white background.

I have to echo that...:confused: What exactly are the changes? The only rounded corners I see are on the white forum background. Is that the change? Looks like you took the navbar and placed it in the header too though. Looks like a template edit only, not a complete "style" release. Looks good though, I like the stock VB style :)

cyberphr
25 Jun 2007, 13:08
What browser do you need to use to view the rounded corners? I tried Internet Explorer 7, Firefox 2, Opera 9 and Safari 3. I didn't notice rounded corners anywhere. I just saw a standard vBulletin layout on a white background.

You should see them in any browser with CSS support. The top and bottom of .page are rounded against the body.

concepts
25 Jun 2007, 13:43
??? this is a style?

Wayne Luke
25 Jun 2007, 15:05
You should see them in any browser with CSS support. The top and bottom of .page are rounded against the body.
Hmm.. I don't see anything unless I "select all" in my browser then there are some rounded lines at the top and bottom. I guess there simply isn't enough color differentiation in the white background of the body and the white background of the page.

Ruckol1
25 Jun 2007, 16:24
I agree. I cannot find any changes as well.

Sunsetdriver
25 Jun 2007, 17:35
thanks. I'll check it out. Maybe you can set up a demo page.

cyberphr
25 Jun 2007, 19:40
Hmm.. I don't see anything unless I "select all" in my browser then there are some rounded lines at the top and bottom. I guess there simply isn't enough color differentiation in the white background of the body and the white background of the page.

You must have a bad contrast setting. :p

Mum
26 Jun 2007, 02:37
If everyone can't see it, i don't think it's just him LOL

pingme
29 Jun 2007, 02:48
Not sure what every one talking about. I had installed the skin and I can see the rounded corners

LordDB
04 Jul 2007, 14:01
I applaud you, cyberphr, for this clean new, fixed, vB look!:)

The forum breaks/spaces, and the upper forumhome changes are a breath of fresh air!

Also, I can see the rounded corners at the top and bottom, as already stated by the honourable designer! I use IE7 + Firefox!

Keep up the good work!;)

Br.

3dfx
23 Jul 2007, 09:32
i like it very much,thanks a lot !

beduino
07 Aug 2007, 16:04
How we can use in vb 368?
All the best
Beduino

LordDB
09 Aug 2007, 15:19
How we can use in vb 368?
All the best
Beduino

Hi

Whilst in here: Import Style XML File Look for this on the left:

Ignore Style Version
Use style file even if it was created by a different version of vBulletin?

click 'Yes'

That's it!

Good luck!:)

Omarion346_1
10 Aug 2007, 23:22
I can't get the images to work for 3.6.8... :confused:

Omarion346_1
11 Aug 2007, 00:59
I got them working

Nice skin to

Smiry Kin's
15 Aug 2007, 14:28
make it 3.6.8 compatible! :)

alessai2
15 Aug 2007, 18:32
nice style

thanks sir ,,

Smiry Kin's
17 Aug 2007, 13:31
doesnt seem valid xhtml :(

http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.resellerclubtalk.com%2F

Smiry Kin's
27 Aug 2007, 02:54
Hmm.. I don't see anything unless I "select all" in my browser then there are some rounded lines at the top and bottom. I guess there simply isn't enough color differentiation in the white background of the body and the white background of the page.works in ff,ie,opera for me perfectly.