Style for phpBB 3.3.x
Inherited from prosilver.
Specific style sheet.
Dominant colors, blue / light grey / white.
Icons folders replaced by vectorial images (svg)
Social links in footer.
All color variations (since …
If you are updating from earlier version to 3.1.7 or 3.2.1 Please purge the board cache in ACP after updating the style
This is an overhaul of the Hexagon style available on the CDB . Style comes with the light color scheme …
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.
New version ChesterBlue style updated by Mannix_ for phpBB 3.3.x
Style name: ChesterBlue
Style Base: Prosilver
Style description: Fluid style and easy to change.
Languages: Fr - En
Colors: Blue and g…
Prosilver style must be installed
About the style
Inherited from prosilver
Specific style sheet
Dominant color: blue gradient
Fixed upper navbar
Personalized "online" display
Vector Forums Icons (SVG)
Color for new messages …
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…
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.
Modern style with a boxy look and minimal colour palette. Inspired in large part by a certain new OS.
Now updated for phpBB3.2 with the choice of the following colours:
Original hot pink
A dark theme with bold yellow inspired by the world famous now defunkt Haçienda nightclub.
A set of replacement smilies for dark themes (made by Camm15h) can be found here: https://www.phpbb.com/community/viewtopic.php?f=74&t=898525 just upload t…
This is a port of AcidTech for phpBB3.2. It stays as faithful to the original as possible, but is now based on prosilver rather than the old outdated subsilver so is fully responsive for all screen sizes.
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…