[RC] Simple (Child) 3.2.10

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[RC] Simple (Child) 3.2.10

Post by Tastenplayer »

Style is a derivation of the Simple-3D style. Developed when correcting the responsive navigation and tabs in Simple-3D.

Important: This style is not as easy to adapt as it seems. For example, if you want to display the profile on the left. Or reduce the profile for small avatars etc.
Style Name: Simple
Style Version: 3.2.10
phpbb Version: 3.2.10
Download: https://www.phpbb-skins-by.koliofotis.c ... p=395#p395(Style can only be downloaded in my forum.)
Prosilver the respective version must be installed
Important: In the EU area you should actually not insert social media buttons in style. In any case, an entry in the data protection regulation must be made in this regard!
simple inside.jpg
Style description:
A very simple light gray style with red
svg iconify material-design for topics and forums icons ( https://iconify.design/ ) Set: Material Design Icons by Austin Andrews ( https://github.com/Templarian/MaterialDesign )
Style has diffrent site-background on index and inside (Avoidance of eye problems when reading and writing)
Social Media icons in footer
Header Background by Gerd Altmann ( https://pixabay.com/images/id-1050624/ )
Logo-Image by Talk19Zehn ( https://www.ongray-design.de ) converted to grayscale
Site backgrounds from pixabay.com
Note: The header background and logo image are fully responsive
The avatars should not be too huge (max. 120x120px)

3.3.1-RC1 Style was completely revised (Copyright part, buttons, pagination, online-/offline png and the responsive newly adapted.)
The icon configuration is in a separate css.
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