Prosilver-based style using the colors of Ubuntu 10.04's default desktop theme. Like the other Ubuntu-related style from which this style derived, two panels replace prosilver's navbars. Tested under Firefox and Chromium and should work fine under…
by Ishimaru Chiaki
New style BlackBoard for Phpbb 3.2.5
Style name: BlackBoard
Style Base: Prosilver
Style description: simple, Fluid
Languages: Fr - En
Colors: Black and gray
Project Durango - Clean dark style based on Xbox dashboard look with Xbox One colour palette. Available in two view options Tiles and List view. Style has few index page display options that can be configured in the overall_header.html file.
SoftBlue is a beautiful bright and blue style.
The navigation forms an image with the board index. In addition, I added a topic navigation to the style.
Which can be found in the forums overview and shortens over the posts. Administrative Font Awe…
A clean and uncluttered light style based on prosilver
Sticky header, can be switched on/off
Round or square avatars
Social icons, can be switched on/off and linked to your profile/page
Custom social icons, configurable icon, can be switched…
Description of the style: A dark grey style with a little red, silver, white and a stone mosaic background
The Style has a gradient border(Because of the gradient border, the style changes a little with each background)
The header image/logo is …
This is a port of the popular Nosebleed style originally by Mike Lothar for phpBB2, this time around based on Prosilver and fully responsive rather than the table based subsilver layout of the original.
The basic style is blue, gray.
The style is 80% transparent. This allows you to specify any background color and the style adapts automatically.
The font colors and small accents are preserved.
Even color gradients can be installed with small adju…
The whole style is with texture background
Wrap max-width for the version with border image is fixed(If the wrap should be wider, the wrap border must be adjusted!)
The header image/logo is shown in every display (in the file contrib it has more h…
Do you remember the glory days of the personal home pages of the mid 1990s?
Geocities, Angelfire, Tripod, Myspace..... names that (for those that remember) bring back memories of glitter text, animated gifs, and all manner of tasteless design and…