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  • Style/skin sorting into catagories.

    Hello,

    I'm currently a web developer who does vbulletin skinning/intergration, I've done many skins for many sites, some of which are the same.

    I was wondering, is it possible to "sort" skins? So I can have it like the following...

    • Version 1
      • Skin 1
      • Skin 2
      • Skin 3

    • Version 2
      • Skin 1
      • Skin 2
      • Skin 3

    • Version 3
      • Skin 1
      • Skin 2
      • Skin 3




    I've posted this on vb.org, however - I've not yet had a reply from any of the members.

    If you understand what I'm on about, then please gimme a shout on weather or not this is possible, as it would be a pretty neat feature to display my work.

    Thanks,
    Daniel Orman

  • #2
    That's kinda what I do. I have a style that is not pickable called Layout 1 and then I have several children under it and they are pickable. The children only have color changes or a couple of small template changes, but nothing major. Then I have Layout 2 (not pickable) with a similar set up.

    Please don't PM or VM me for support - I only help out in the threads.
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    • #3
      Yes, thats what I have at the moment - but I want to make "Version 1" viewable by everyone not just admins, but not as a skin - as a group header.

      Say you was doing a normal contact form, or some kind of form which had a drop menu, you would have this code..

      HTML Code:
      <select>
       <optgroup label="Version 1">
        <option>Skin 1</option>
        <option>Skin 2</option>
        <option>Skin 3</option>
       </optgroup>
       <optgroup label="Version 2">
        <option>Skin 1</option>
        <option>Skin 2</option>
        <option>Skin 3</option>
       </optgroup>
       <optgroup label="Version 3">
        <option>Skin 1</option>
        <option>Skin 2</option>
        <option>Skin 3</option>
       </optgroup>
      </select>
      The "<optgroup label="Version 1"></optgroup>" bit will make the option tags inside the optgroup tags one entire group, the label of it would be the listing name, so thats where you get Version 1 from, then have the skins inside the option tags.. basically, see the above code or check it out on my site @ www.dgostyle.co.uk.

      It would be easy to do i'd imagine, and the coders at vbulletin would be more than capable..

      Would just be a really nice feature, and i'm sure alot of people would benifit and use it.

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      • #4
        If this is a suggestion, then you should post it in the Suggestion forum.

        Please don't PM or VM me for support - I only help out in the threads.
        vBulletin Manual & vBulletin 4.0 Code Documentation (API)
        Want help modifying your vbulletin forum? Head on over to vbulletin.org
        If I post CSS and you don't know where it goes, throw it into the additional.css template.

        W3Schools &lt;- awesome site for html/css help

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        • #5
          Okay, Lynne.

          Thanks for replying

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