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Is there a way to change the look and feel of the forum? Templates maybe ala PHPbb?

 
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Is there a way to change the look and feel of the forum? Templates maybe ala PHPbb?
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Easiest way... style.css in the Jforums/templates/default directory.

I guess you could even go as far as to create new button images too. But I for one am way to lazy.... Wait! that was supposed to be "BUSY"!
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Chronos wrote:Easiest way... style.css in the Jforums/templates/default directory.



unfortunately some images seem to be hardcoded and not defined through css. So it seems not possible to offer various "skins" to switch between?

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You mean, instead of



you suggest to have



?

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