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Save bandwidth with CSS.
Mod Version: 1.00, by Brad (Coder) Brad is offline
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Released: 18 Nov 2002 Last Update: Never Downloads: 5
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This modification will save you tons of bandwidth. What it dose is point all the <font> tags to one source.

Basicly This:


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It also blocks users from using custom sized text on your forum via their broswer .

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  #2  
Old 18 Nov 2002, 15:09
Buddha Buddha is offline
 
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don't forget to add the large font sizes as well (if you use it).
i've got a bunch of stuff css'ed as well to save bandwidth. grabbed all of the css headerinclude and put it into it's own stylesheet along with all of my others (include the font size), and then linked it instead.
<link href="forum.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
there's a nice long thread about it at vbulletin.com in their hints and tips.
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Old 18 Nov 2002, 15:54
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Very nice, Anime-loo.

I am currently using this already, but it's a good Mod.
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Old 18 Nov 2002, 15:58
Brad Brad is offline
 
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Just to clarify, i dident make this myself. I belive it came out of the hints and tips forum at vbulletin.com.
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Old 18 Nov 2002, 17:09
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http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...threadid=17943 , specifically.

I for one don't use it because I sometimes do things like <normalfont style="padding:3px"> and this would confuse the browser.
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Old 19 Nov 2002, 04:30
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Ahh, thats smart! Nice work.
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Old 30 Jan 2003, 17:13
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Orfejs Orfejs is offline
 
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At last I found it.
It's miserable, it's fu2#$@#$ that by default vb2 did not used css all over the templates, because it's such a headache without them and all the serious browser support them for years ...
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Old 05 Feb 2003, 21:48
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Thanks, I for one am a 56k user, and I could immeditaly (badd speler, can't u tel?) see the difference.
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Old 08 Apr 2003, 18:26
Mickie D Mickie D is offline
 
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anime loo you have helped me loads of times

thanks very much for this mod, all mods that save bandwidth are top mods
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Old 09 Apr 2003, 06:29
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I used this, couldn't use the smaller font which looks a bit more stylish though because it's hard for big reso's to see it.
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Old 13 Apr 2003, 07:05
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Thank you god! I've always wondered how certain sites kept people from changing the size of the font... now it stays the same size no matter what their browser setting is... WEEE!!
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Old 01 May 2005, 17:56
imported_kyouens imported_kyouens is offline
 
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Re: Save bandwidth with CSS.

Why the hell would you want to stop people from changing the font sizes? To DECREASE the accessibility of your page for people with vision troubles, etc? That is contrary to what we all learned in webdesign 101. While it might make your site look cool, it's a bad precedent.
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Old 26 Sep 2005, 15:42
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realy i dont understand this bit


Now go to the Styles section of the admin cp and click modify, then pick the style you wish to edit and click [fonts/colors/etc].

Under Larg Font and Normalfont leave the face and size options blank (if they are already filled deleate their contants)

Under the class feild add:

nf

Do the same for small font but under the class feild add this insted of nf:

sf


can anyone help me
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Old 23 Oct 2005, 19:17
clearchannel clearchannel is offline
 
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Originally Posted by Thug
realy i dont understand this bit


Now go to the Styles section of the admin cp and click modify, then pick the style you wish to edit and click [fonts/colors/etc].

Under Larg Font and Normalfont leave the face and size options blank (if they are already filled deleate their contants)

Under the class feild add:

nf

Do the same for small font but under the class feild add this insted of nf:

sf


can anyone help me
I have the same issue. I created a new style so as to give my members a choice but I do not find how to complete this part of the instructions

Now go to the Styles section of the admin cp and click modify, then pick the style you wish to edit and click [fonts/colors/etc].

Under Larg Font and Normalfont leave the face and size options blank (if they are already filled deleate their contants)
When I click on styles then fonts/colors/etc I do not find the reference to large font. I instead see all style options, common templates, style, etc.

I want to create a new style the members can chose if they do not desire to see all the hoppla.
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Old 05 Nov 2005, 18:11
clearchannel clearchannel is offline
 
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Is there no interest in replying to this message? I am running vB 3.51?

Oh crap, I just realized this is a mod for vB2. How stupid am I......LOL

Is this doable in vB.51?
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