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Old 17 Mar 2014, 19:49
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stylevar for theme folder?

For theme image folder paths you use:

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which equates to : theme/buttons

but is the a stylevar for just the theme folder?

theme/

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Old 22 Mar 2014, 07:52
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I guess that's a no then.
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Old 22 Mar 2014, 15:12
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In vbulletin4 you can kind of use vbulletin 'replacement variables' to accomplish this. You might give it a try in vb3. Maybe a vbulletin3 expert can chime in here.
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Old 23 Mar 2014, 20:19
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There are stylevars for nearly all the folders, you pre-define the folder you're hosting the images from within the stylevar area itself example:

AdminCP > Styles & Templates > Style Manager > *Edit Stylevars of said style > Use the search filed at top of the stylevars and search for "imgdir" (without the quotes) and now you can define what the /misc/ directory is and other directories within that particular style you'll see the directories you can specify locations too when you do a search for imgdir.
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Old 24 Mar 2014, 05:56
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In vbulletin4 you can kind of use vbulletin 'replacement variables' to accomplish this. You might give it a try in vb3. Maybe a vbulletin3 expert can chime in here.
That's an obvious solution I didn't think of and don't know why I didn't, thank you!

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There are stylevars for nearly all the folders, you pre-define the folder you're hosting the images from within the stylevar area itself example:

AdminCP > Styles & Templates > Style Manager > *Edit Stylevars of said style > Use the search filed at top of the stylevars and search for "imgdir" (without the quotes) and now you can define what the /misc/ directory is and other directories within that particular style you'll see the directories you can specify locations too when you do a search for imgdir.
I know about the stylevars paths in Style Manager thats basic vb101, and there is no search at the top of stylevars page, I think maybe your talking of vb4?!

The reason I ask is that I have additional non vb folders in my styles dir and so I was hoping there was one like

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so I could do something like

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but tbworld's idea of using a replacement variable is sufficient for now I think.
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Old 24 Mar 2014, 07:44
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Originally Posted by PinkMilk View Post
there is no search at the top of stylevars page, I think maybe your talking of vb4?!
Doh! I sure was
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