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  • How To: Find a StyleVar (video version)



    NOTE: If you have any specific queries regarding StyleVars you can't find, please post in the vBulletin Templates, Graphics & Styles forum.

    • teach1st
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      teach1st commented
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      I just upgraded to VB 4, and I must say this way of editing styles is disappointing, particularly since it looks like you all left in the more visual way of changing CSS without the ability to save, "as a reference." I am spending way more time with style than I ever had. Not cool.

    • Da^MsT
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      Da^MsT commented
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      Totally agree with brandondrury, this is just crazy. Coming from WordPress, this is madness. Don't get me wrong vB up and running is really good. But considering I bought vB forum for a non profit org, your template/style engine/management just doesn't is not up to standard as of 2011. And the documentation doesn't change that feeling either. Disappointed :/

    • grigore665
      #24
      grigore665 commented
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      very nice, helpfull!
      Last edited by grigore665; Wed 19th Sep '12, 11:03pm.
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