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Thinking about migrating vBorg style to XF2. Will Princeton mind about this?
by ShikiSuen
21 Jun 2021 00:47

I am thinking of migrating vBorg style to XF2.

vB3 default style was mostly made by Kier Darby according to his statement here:
https://xenforo.com/community/thread.../#post-1523319

According to my observation, Princeton did these things additional to the default vB3 style (IIRC):

Quote:

1. @vb-contentBg and @vb-contentAltBg are #f7f7f7 and #efefef.
2. Background (static gif-based), footer (a black footer) and header, plus that the quick login unit has been moved to the top-right corner of the header. Also, the navigation tab system.
5. Previously, when vBorg was using vB 3.6.x, the breadcumb-navbar unit was placed differently comparing to what vBulletin 3.7.x and 3.8.x behave by default. This is not a visible change except showing an error page with user login form: In usual cases (if I recalled correctly) of vBulletin 3.7.x and 3.8.x, such page won't show the breadcumb-navbuttons again... which is different than wat vBorg. However, at least one thing is certain: the breadcumb-navbar unit is configured to not have horizontal page margins.
6. Forumbits are configured to show column type names right beneath the category bar.
7. Redesigned quote box.
Chris Deeming advised me to confirm whether Princeton will mind about my attempt of such style migration. That's why I started this thread here.

TheLastSuperman 29 Jun 2021 00:04

Unfortunately, Princeton is no longer with us here on the ORG, reference.

However, you can try sending him a private message, if the email address on record is still being utilized by him to this day, he might just reply and know more about all of this :) (I'm not the Droid, you're looking for!).


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