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Pagemaster
January 19th, 2004, 09:45 PM
I'm a new novice user of Photopost and PHP. I cant seem to be able to do the very basics that I could do with HTML. I'm wondering if you guys can point me in the right direction. I want to at first do the very basics like change some texts colors on my user registration pages and maybe alter the words. Right now the background is black and so is the text. Any help would be appreciated. The site name is www.RcFlix.com This site is a spin off of my main site. www.OffshoreElectrics.com I have a ok understanding of html but this PHP has thrown me for a serious loop!

Steven

Michael P
January 19th, 2004, 10:24 PM
Text is in the language files (languages directory).
HTML is in the template files (templates directory).
Colors are in the stylesheets (stylesheets directory).

bill03
February 1st, 2004, 01:11 AM
Here is what you can do.....

I've learned the hard way with, vBulletin, Invision Power Board and Photopost

Go to phpfreelancers.....You can advertise what you want done....php programmers give yo a bid....I am waiting for an install that I paid for for photopost in the meantime I am shutdown waiting for that install (takes 3 or 4 days or whenever they feel like doing it)....I got a quote from a programmer to:

Install, set-up and change anything I wanted for $49.00.

Here is what I wanted a quote on:

Install, set-up, change and provide support when things go wrong:

- photopost
- photoreview
- vBulletin
- phpNuke
- phpAdsnew (banner ads)

All for $49.00 and the programmer can do it in an hour. Unfortunately I already ordered an install from PP.......vBulletin gave me my money back because they couldn't provide a paid ($130) install.

I am still receiving bids from prgrammers who are willing to help for a modest fee. Try it......

Pagemaster
November 7th, 2004, 09:33 PM
Bill its been a while but I have let this go for too long. I checked phpfreelancers and the site says "coming soon". Is there another reputable site I can try similar to that?