[RC] Forumbook for phpBB 3.2.9

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Re: [Release] Forumbook for phpBB 3.2.2

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NastyBoy wrote:
Mon Jan 15, 2018 9:51 pm
I have the code with the logo in the config inserted. But first I want to remove the phpbb logo and then insert a new logo. Or can I simply upload a logo and this will be replaced by the phpbb logo?
you don't need to mess with the config file if you just want to replace the stock logo with yours.
rename your logo file to site_logo.gif and

upload your logo image to styles/forumbook/theme/images

purge the cache from the admin panel and refresh your browser.


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Re: [Release] Forumbook for phpBB 3.2.2

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Also don't forget to change the width & height in theme/common.css if your logo is a different size.

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.site_logo {
	display: inline-block;
	width: 149px;
	height: 52px;
}

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Re: [Release] Forumbook for phpBB 3.2.2

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yep, forgot that part.

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Re: [Release] Forumbook for phpBB 3.2.2

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Jrolson are you still supporting this style?

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Re: [Release] Forumbook for phpBB 3.2.2

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testingground wrote:
Fri Mar 23, 2018 5:03 pm
Jrolson are you still supporting this style?
Yes

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Re: [Release] Forumbook for phpBB 3.2.2

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Thats great.
Im trying to replicate my 3.1 forumbook install but Im struggling with the sidebars.

this is what I currently have:
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Can you help?

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Re: [Release] Forumbook for phpBB 3.2.2

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How do you want it to look?

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Re: [Release] Forumbook for phpBB 3.2.2

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the same, with the sidebar on the right. it scrolls with the page and also shows on the viewforum page

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Re: [Release] Forumbook for phpBB 3.2.2

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ok, thanks

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Re: [Release] Forumbook for phpBB 3.2.3

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Forumbook 1.0.3 Released

*updated for phpBB 3.2.3

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Re: [Release] Forumbook for phpBB 3.2.3

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what are the changes please?
Im running the old one on 3.2.2 with no problem?

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Re: [Release] Forumbook for phpBB 3.2.3

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Oo! I forgot about this style that is coloured like FB.

I take a look at it. Congrats!

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Re: [Release] Forumbook for phpBB 3.2.4

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Forumbook 1.0.4 released
*updated for phpBB 3.2.4

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Re: [Release] Forumbook for phpBB 3.2.4

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Locking since, according to the topic prefix used, this style has been released to the CDB. If that's not the case then the author should contact me in order to provide some guidance on prefix usage and purpose of this forum.

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Re: [RC] Forumbook for phpBB 3.2.4

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The [Release] tag is no longer a valid prefix (see updated Styles in Development forum rules). Therefore the topic prefix has been updated to [RC] and topic is now unlocked.

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