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grc 10 May 2011 16:58


Originally Posted by dartho (Post 2193800)
Sure, edit a template and insert a ink - where did you want the link to appear? Currently I think usernames in threads are linked to profile pages, there isn;t much to see on teh profile page though ...

I was trying to get it to play nice with the thanks mod which displays "thanks" users have received on their "My Profile" page. Unfortunately, that information is in a tab and when I link to it in this style it automatically gives the first tab and doesn't even show the other tabs.

dartho 10 May 2011 23:43

Yeah - this is a pretty cut back style without all the usual hooks and content. If you want to add in stuf like that, you're going to have to do it manually by editing the profile templates or modifying the 'Thanks' plugins to also work with this style.

hilfe-forum 16 May 2011 15:40

top style...
But in this style google analytics not work...

Kolbi 16 May 2011 19:35

Sure? How have you implemented google analytics?

I would recommend vbSeo integration.

hilfe-forum 18 May 2011 01:03

great Style!
But dont work with VBSEO :(

make my links from:




so canīt use with VBSEO :(

deverill2010 28 May 2011 19:34

Hi I am wondering if you can help anyway with this.

I have created a page on facebook for my site and what I wanted to do was create a sneak preview tab of the mobile version in a iframe to show within my facebook page.

The above is all fine and I have that working.

I want to display the mobile version of my site i.e this mod as it looks clean and fits nicely in the page, so to do that I am calling this url - www.mywebsite.co.uk/forum.php?styleid=7

Which is fine and displays the mobile version, the thing is if I log in via the iframe on my facebook page it reverts back to my normal style (non mobile).

Is there a way to create a URL so when it is called it sticks to the mobile version?

I don't know if any of the above is possible but thought I would ask her as you made this mod so would know it better than anyone else.

I appreciate any help..

dartho 28 May 2011 23:04

That'd be more of a vbulletin issue than a style issue, and I'm not sure why, or how to work around. Have you tested with a user account?

Robru 29 May 2011 20:06

Works very well with vB 4.1.4 :)

djawir 31 May 2011 11:43

attachment problem on vbulletin 4.1.3 + vbseo + unixy varnish cache

cant download attachment, always redirect to login page

djawir 31 May 2011 16:16

fixed varnish cache issue not style issue

Mooff 01 Jun 2011 11:25

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First i want to thank you for your great work. The lightweight style really is blazing fast.

Secondly i want to present the adjustment we made on our board hopeing to improve the usability considering every button is pressed by a huge finger instead of a small mouse on a smartphone display.

I'm not so much talking about the optical changes we made.

We have made one big technical change throughout the whole style. Instead of using text based links, we are using the whole div as a link, which immediately increases the clickable area, as shown on the attached screenshot. The whole grey area now functions as a link.

Here is a live demo: http://www.united-forum.de/?styleid=84

Just wanted to let you know and hope you are interested in including the technical change, since that would save us work (template changes) during an update. :D


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(sidenode, removing the img was purely cosmetic and has nothing to do with the technical change)
additional technical change in the css file:

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For the thread view, the other links (lastpost etc.) do need z-index: 2, to be in front of the spanlink (which can be done via css) and these changes need to be made in about 10? or more templates. If someone is interested and my information is unclear, just ask.

Regards Mooff

Winter Sonata 01 Jun 2011 20:41


Does this style recognize small devices ? or shall one change the defulat one once you enter the site ?


CardMafia 02 Jun 2011 05:17


Originally Posted by Winter Sonata (Post 2202455)

Does this style recognize small devices ? or shall one change the defulat one once you enter the site ?


Set this style as the default for mobile devices in your admincp :)

jerde 02 Jun 2011 09:25

Has anyone pursued to make this fully CMS compatible?

Dartho, how much donation would it take to get this done for CMS?

dartho 02 Jun 2011 12:05

@Mooff - I'll have a look into that, thanks for the suggestion and code
@Sonata - what Card+++++ said! (this is just a style - no inbuilt detection, but VB has that)
@jerde - I've done some custom work on CMS for a specific site, but doubt this is directly transferable as the CMS's can be customised so much, so I have no plans at the moment on actually doing the CMS at present.

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