How to configure to use Mybb 1.6 templates, Stylesheets
I have just purchased Review Post and installed it to Mybb 1.6. The use of Mybb login database was successful. However the look of Review Post is on its default templates. How could I configure to use Mybb's templates, Stylesheets, header, footer, etc. Is there any documentation to guide me? Many thanks!
To use mybb colors which I think we allow you can under forum settings in admin panel set yes to use forum style.
As far as header footer you can make sure the header footer htm files in the photopost directory are 666 permissions and then in your global options in admin you can set the server path to those files where asked. You can then use the edit header edit footer to enter whatever html you which to use for a header footer there.
The levels of integration with specific products is documented on our site. I beleive it states with mybb the integration is user login and style colors.
Which file should I look at to change the page size to 900px rather than the default full page width?
Ooop, I found it in the Layout Options and have changed it to 900px. However the nav bar (the one with Forum.. My Products.... etc still occupies to whole screen width. Where to change this one?
The proper way to keep your page to a width is to use a header and footer by loading ones in global options
Your header and footer can be like this
Thanks, Chuck. With you answer I copy exactly into the header.htm and footer.htm. The result was blank screen. Putting the codes in footer all to header and it resumed normal (with footer empty).
When I configured the Sidebar Options and set the Sidebar placement to "off", the menubar and the main body (the one with welcome box and category box) is positioned to the left, even the code align it to the center. When I set the Sidebar placement to "left", the main body would then positioned it to the center, while the menubar is still on the left.
When I used Firefox to view the source codes, it stated clearly all the alignment is to the center, but the screen display is on the other story....
changing the site layout with a sidebar on can lead to display issues which is why you load a header footer. If your header and footer files contain the code I posted above which is simply html you then place the proper full server path to them in global options they will load around the program and you can set your width in the program to 100%
Sorry that I can't get your meaning. My intention is to have a 900px page width and be centered in the display. I don't need the sidebar. When tested with the configurations:--
1. Your header and footer codes all put into header, with Sidebar option "ON", the screen display is as the captured picture below:
2. Same as 1 but the Sidebar is set to "OFF"
This is very puzzle to me as it should be the simplest modification on width and centering. I would like to re-load the original header.htm and footer.htm. Could you based on the original header.htm and footer.htm, draft the codes in order to make the page display in 900px in the center position of the screen, and with full 12 items in the menu bar. No sidebar on the screen.
well what other html are you using in the header?
The html I posted would center things it seems something else your doing is causing things to be out of whack.
You can always post a real url so we can respond appropriately about what you might be doing wrong.
The current codes in the header.htm is:
<table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0" width="880" align="center">
<object data="http://www.photopost.com/forum/images/christmas-banner-snowing-1.gif" type="image/gif"
I've tried to use the default header.htm and footer.htm with the other settings unchanged yield the same result.
For the url it is Main Index - ReviewPost
I will PM you the temp. admin details shortly. *** Could Not PM you, please PM me if you need to know the admin details.
Your html is not valid object is not closed.
Your header is all out of whack it should simply be this and your footer what I posted
Thank you Chuck! It works now. Why the table is not closed here, as the there is nothing in the footer (as I did not key in anything in the footer and it worked)? BTW, is there any debug setting in the admin panel for me to check if my code is keyed in properly?
well debug for what your site html? no sorry thats programs outside ours that diagnose site html. Our programs html is all xhtml valid. it was simply what you did that was throwing it out of whack.
I know like w3c.org has programs that can validate your site.
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