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lifedeuce
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Post by lifedeuce »

I was wodnering if it was possible to style a subforum differntly from the rest of the forums on the site? I would want the over_header.tpl to be different in one forum then in another. Can you do this and if so how would I go about it? Thank you.
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In phpBB2, you can't define a seperate header to a page, as it's called within PHP files. But there's a MOD to define custom templates for every forum, I think. You can assign a template to the forum, if you need you can copy the same style you use and change it's name, and change the header of it. This way you can have the subforum with the same style, different header.
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