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Conversions from joomlaboard to Fireboard!
TOPIC: Conversions from joomlaboard to Fireboard!
#1536
Conversions from joomlaboard to Fireboard! 10 Years, 5 Months ago  
I am impressed with the work and time involved with this complete solution. I have used several forums bridged to Joomla!, but there is always a trade off. This is a wonderful forum/component for Joomla!

Thank you - :cheer:
Michael


One of my many project sites...
[url=http://www.lostartsguild.com/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=44]The Lost Arts Guild - Forum[/url]

I\'m working on my company\'s site now...
[url=http://www.jcmichael.net/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=41]JC Michael.net - forum[/url]

Post edited by: Quinn, at: 2007/04/21 22:35
#1536
Conversions from joomlaboard to Fireboard! 10 Years, 5 Months ago  
I am impressed with the work and time involved with this complete solution. I have used several forums bridged to Joomla!, but there is always a trade off. This is a wonderful forum/component for Joomla!

Thank you - :cheer:
Michael


One of my many project sites...
[url=http://www.lostartsguild.com/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=44]The Lost Arts Guild - Forum[/url]

I\'m working on my company\'s site now...
[url=http://www.jcmichael.net/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=41]JC Michael.net - forum[/url]

Post edited by: Quinn, at: 2007/04/21 22:35
#1630
Re:Conversions from joomlaboard to Fireboard! 10 Years, 5 Months ago  
Thanks..

Are you using joomla style active? Try to others, I guess will be better.
#1660
Re:Conversions from joomlaboard to Fireboard! 10 Years, 5 Months ago  
Yes, I am using the joomla style. After your suggestion I disabled it and it did not change the layout at all just the style which I did not see the need to re-do after editing the .css to get it the way I wanted it.

What would be the advantage to disabling it as opposed to enabling it? Having a large width forum isn\'t a benefit to me. One that fits into the joomla interface is preferred I would think. Dare to be different than phpBB or SMF or others I guess.

I have joomla / coppermine & SMF running on [url=http://www.bs-raven.net]my personal site[/url] wrapped and prefer the blended look with modules and menu\'s as opposed to the large format. It does have it\'s place I guess but the joomlaboard was also tailored to fit into the joomla interface.

One must remember to test their creation in Firefox and IE to see the real differences. I use Firefox with the IE tab extension to develop the look and feel.

Post edited by: Quinn, at: 2007/04/22 20:53
#1974
Re:Conversions from joomlaboard to Fireboard! 10 Years, 5 Months ago  
[b]Quinn wrote:[/b]
[quote]Yes, I am using the joomla style. After your suggestion I disabled it and it did not change the layout at all just the style which I did not see the need to re-do after editing the .css to get it the way I wanted it.

[/quote]

greatpixels, I have thought about your suggestion and decided to disable the joomla style and work on the template.css. Now it looks much better thanks!

[url=http://www.lostartsguild.com/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=44]The Lost Arts Guild[/url]

Now to work on those buttons...

Post edited by: Quinn, at: 2007/04/23 00:02
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