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  • Customising vB Cloud to look like the old-style vB

    I'm currently considering migrating to vB Cloud from a different software, but to compensate for the change I am keen on the first look & feel of the new vB Cloud forum to resemble a classic discussion forum, much like the older versions of vB.

    Will this be a problem or will making the template/design look like classic vB be a piece of cake?

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    Originally posted by Conrad View Post
    I'm currently considering migrating to vB Cloud from a different software, but to compensate for the change I am keen on the first look & feel of the new vB Cloud forum to resemble a classic discussion forum, much like the older versions of vB.

    Will this be a problem or will making the template/design look like classic vB be a piece of cake?
    You can do a lot with css if you have the relevant skills.
    You need to remember that you cannot edit templates on Cloud though.

    With my Cloud demo site I tried to go for a more "classic" forum look, with boxes round everything. I wouldn't say it resembles vB3 but it does have a 'legacy' feel.
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    • montana rover
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      Mark, I like what you did with the "A" at the beginning of every category. How can I add my logo on my site?
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