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dartho 19 Dec 2011 00:54

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Originally Posted by bremereric (Post 2278862)
:up: I have it installed on 4.1.3 And the only question I have if it looks right. I works great from a phone. Loads up a ton faster than any other style. Still loads pictures in a post, that is a plus. Here are two screen shots from my site.

It looks like you have not upload the lightweight.css.php file to your forum root

dartho 19 Dec 2011 00:59

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Originally Posted by Bacon Butty (Post 2278822)
Hi Dartho,

Just an update on this one. It seems a lot of users are finding themselves unable to "switch off the mobile style and use the regular forum default on their mobile devices" once upgraded to 4.1.8;

https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/show...08#post2244908

https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/show...obile-template

https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/show...owser-(vB4-1-9)

I realise it's likely to be a vBulletin issue, rather than your mod - but thought I'd advise here incase anyone else is having the same problem.

I'm sure VB will get onto this quick - esp since 4.1.9 was meant to be a big mobile fix release

edit: I looked at the vb detection code - it hasn't changed between 4.1.7 and 4.1.9.

bremereric 19 Dec 2011 04:21

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Originally Posted by dartho (Post 2278987)
It looks like you have not upload the lightweight.css.php file to your forum root

You were correct sir. Sure looks different now. I am new to this but I am still not so smart that I can't ask questions. Thanks.

doobiefillin 19 Dec 2011 15:01

Can you please link up all the modifications I can do to this theme so that I don't have to overwrite my XML file with the update? Thanks!

S_E_A 19 Dec 2011 15:01

Dartho, does the latest version no longer show 'Currently Active Users'? Or is the issue at my end? Installed on 4.1.9.

dartho 19 Dec 2011 21:14

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Originally Posted by S_E_A (Post 2279119)
Dartho, does the latest version no longer show 'Currently Active Users'? Or is the issue at my end? Installed on 4.1.9.

Do you have the Options addon installed and have Show "What's Going On" set to 'Yes' in it's settings in AdminCP?

Hippy 19 Dec 2011 21:25

if you dont use that option addon remove this code
http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showp...&postcount=566

The Rocketeer 20 Dec 2011 00:00

@ dartho - the mobile styles Logo is not appearing, I tried changing it on the stylevars titleimage. didn't work. using the latest version on vb 418.

dartho 20 Dec 2011 01:54

You need to edit the css file - this style doesn't user the stylevars system. alternatively, you can edit the header template (or it could be navbar) and edit it direct

The Rocketeer 20 Dec 2011 02:05

i see. :o which css file is that? having a hard time finding it in the header and navbar templates. :confused:

Also how do you disable the cms sidebar for the mobile style?
I tried adding the below code to the Lightweight Style Options but didn't work

Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.


thenamesgould 20 Dec 2011 03:51

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Originally Posted by dartho (Post 2278781)
Is that to say you did this, and then all was cool?

Sorry for the slow reply. Yep, that's right. :)

Mr_Running 20 Dec 2011 12:44

Thank you Dartho for the Lightweight Mobile Style.
Installed and currently checking it out. :)

I have the default vB google ads and I would like to remove the header and footer ads and keep the post ad.

How do I remove the header and footer Ads from the Lightweight Mobile Style?

dartho 20 Dec 2011 22:20

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Originally Posted by Mr_Running (Post 2279375)
Thank you Dartho for the Lightweight Mobile Style.
Installed and currently checking it out. :)

I have the default vB google ads and I would like to remove the header and footer ads and keep the post ad.

How do I remove the header and footer Ads from the Lightweight Mobile Style?

edit thoise templates and search for and remove the ad hooks. They start have ad_location in the line, so you can search on this text

The Rocketeer 20 Dec 2011 22:45

Dartho, you didn't answer my question :)
Also I was trying to improve the cms's look by removing the sidebars and any widget boxes, Can you tell me how? and after logging in the Copyright appears on top of the CMS..


also, i noticed, for some reason the vbulletin mobile detection script doesn't work properly for opera mini and a few other smart phone / iphone like devices? I set this skin as the mobile ski but its not changing. visiting my site using opera mini I get the default style, instead of the mobile style.

heres the opera mini simulator: http://www.opera.com/developer/tools/mini/


thanks

dartho 21 Dec 2011 01:49

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Sorry - didn;t see this post:
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Originally Posted by The Rocketeer (Post 2279267)
i see. :o which css file is that? having a hard time finding it in the header and navbar templates. :confused:

Also how do you disable the cms sidebar for the mobile style?
I tried adding the below code to the Lightweight Style Options but didn't work

Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.


the lightweight.css.php file which you would have uploaded to your forum root. Does the following path resolve on your site? /images/misc/mobilelogo.png - that's where the logo lives

As for the sidebar - I can't get a sidebar to show? However, gice the following code a try: $show['sidebar']=0; - might work, might not ...

The CMS isn't that straight forward to work out, otherwise it would be in this style. It really depends on your layouts I think. I have a very basic CMS setup working on my test site. I'll attach the style here and you can test and get back to me. Same rules apply - backup/test etc. before going live or overwriting you existing lightweight style. Best bet is to add it as a child style of light weight for testing, then if you're happy you can re-import it and merge into existing.

Let me know how it goes


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