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Yilmaz - Buttons To Zoom In and Out (Compatible 5.6.x)
Mod Version: 1.0.0, by yilmaz (Coder/Designer) yilmaz is offline
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vB Version: 5.5.5 Rating: (1 vote - 4.00 average) Installs: 7
Released: 26 Oct 2020 Last Update: 26 Oct 2020 Downloads: 17
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(Compatible 5.6.x)
DESCRIPTION:
In a message, the font size decreases or increases with plus or minus.


Demo: vb 5.6.4

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Upload the content of yilmazzoombutton-> 'upload_to_root' directory to your root.
that's all it.
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Old 16 Nov 2020, 18:50
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Just a note this particular coder has opted to encrypt (base64) part of his code (seems he does this for ALL his modifications).
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Old 16 Nov 2020, 19:07
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Originally Posted by Hostboard View Post
Just a note this particular coder has opted to encrypt (base64) part of his code (seems he does this for ALL his modifications).
I wish you asked first what does it do.
If that's what you mean it's just the icon image for the plus minus button



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Old 16 Nov 2020, 19:28
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Ok, so it is for the +/- image.

Since the images are not apart of the modification, this means they are being pulled from another source. Possibly your site to track installs? Maybe not. What if that site does down? Then I have a dead modification as it will give me nothing but broken links to the images. In addition has HTTPS taken into consideration? If your serving via HTTP then my visitors will get a mix content warning and not show as a secure site.

I prefer to self host images as I can not predict when a resource will change.

I appreciate the response
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Old 16 Nov 2020, 19:39
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Originally Posted by Hostboard View Post
Ok, so it is for the +/- image.

Since the images are not apart of the modification, this means they are being pulled from another source. Possibly your site to track installs? Maybe not. What if that site does down? Then I have a dead modification as it will give me nothing but broken links to the images. In addition has HTTPS taken into consideration? If your serving via HTTP then my visitors will get a mix content warning and not show as a secure site.

I prefer to self host images as I can not predict when a resource will change.

I appreciate the response
It is very convenient to use png file as base64 so that there is no link to any site.

Check out the Google site image files are always base64 encrypted.
I think it's simple and practical.

If you want you can add that part as below image



The part that is https and http does not belong to me, if you search completely in the vbulletin template, the original is the same.
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Old 19 Nov 2020, 19:12
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mükemmel bir iş çıkartmışsın hocam ellerine sağlık
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