Dear FireBoard users,
In order to further develope the need of Joomla for a robust forum, FireBoard component has been moved to its own new home and new name. You can find more information regarding the Kunena, the successor of FireBoard, at kunena.com. The current forum here will stay for some time more for referencing needs. You can find the FireBoard files under joomlacode.org and other files
Upgrading to Kunena is highly recommended!

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CORE:Individual CSS class per Forum to vary design
TOPIC: CORE:Individual CSS class per Forum to vary design
#15501
CORE:Individual CSS class per Forum to vary design 10 Years, 4 Months ago  
We need to define some Forums with special looks.. therefore a CSS-Tag field (as
joomla allows with menus and much more) is needed.

Adding the css suffix-tag is simply within administration.
I tried to find the right way of css suffixing forum content for suffix based template.
For sure, this concept could be applied to more elements than i suggested. But most things could be templated that way...

http://joomlacode.org/gf/project/fireboard/tracker/?action=TrackerItemEdit&tracker_item_id=5326

EDIT: I published it right now into svn.

Thanks folks
#15501
CORE:Individual CSS class per Forum to vary design 10 Years, 4 Months ago  
We need to define some Forums with special looks.. therefore a CSS-Tag field (as
joomla allows with menus and much more) is needed.

Adding the css suffix-tag is simply within administration.
I tried to find the right way of css suffixing forum content for suffix based template.
For sure, this concept could be applied to more elements than i suggested. But most things could be templated that way...

http://joomlacode.org/gf/project/fireboard/tracker/?action=TrackerItemEdit&tracker_item_id=5326

EDIT: I published it right now into svn.

Thanks folks
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