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  • iamacyborg
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    http://www.bodyhacking.net

    Not quite finished, still some work to do, but the main style is there.

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  • Noctavia
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    Originally posted by kyrgyz View Post
    Interesting site with vB CMS
    http://www.bouvierforum.nl
    Does anyone know where to get that theme? First one that I've found that matches what I'm after colour wise....

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  • intensecool
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    A great Dark Style for vBulletin 4.X I found here: www.insecurity.ro/board/

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  • stormblast-
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    We just got the CMS on www.emostar.de running. Still a lot to do but we're getting into it

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  • Coume
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    Originally posted by Kevin2 View Post
    This is a great color layout. Would love to talk to you about it. Kevin
    The skin is purchased, he did not code it.

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  • Kevin2
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    This is a great color layout. Would love to talk to you about it. Kevin

    Originally posted by TheBigC View Post
    Here is a site I did for some clients. It is running VB4.01, with vBSEO behind the scene. Nothing sexy or overly exotic, but that is what they wanted in the way of appearance.

    http://www.globalspear.com

    Most of the efforts went into the forum, that will be what ends up driving the CMS

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  • ashley76
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    Here are both of mine. Nothing to fancy, but they get the job done... Although I have seen some cool things from some of the websites shown in this thread that I am anxious to apply to my own...


    Last edited by ashley76; Mon 21st Jun '10, 3:14am.

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  • Alec W
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    Originally posted by SurfTalk View Post
    Hi Guys, this is my first vB website and my first attempt at creating a forum. Although the early days with vb4 and 4.01 were a nightmare, 4.02 seems to be working pretty well for my application. Nothing exotic here, but hopefully you'll think it's done simply and well. I'm having a more professional header font/logo designed. I'd welcome your feedback - good or bad. Thanks! http://www.surftalk.co.uk
    My friend and I are both first time forum people too. http://www.trail-recon.com - It's getting there and we still have a lot we want to change.

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  • punk23
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    Originally posted by SurfTalk View Post
    Hi Guys, this is my first vB website and my first attempt at creating a forum. Although the early days with vb4 and 4.01 were a nightmare, 4.02 seems to be working pretty well for my application. Nothing exotic here, but hopefully you'll think it's done simply and well. I'm having a more professional header font/logo designed. I'd welcome your feedback - good or bad. Thanks! http://www.surftalk.co.uk
    Your first attempt? Wow, I think you have done a great job and I wish you luck for the future of your site

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  • .:.RG.:.
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    I can't wait to post my awesome site here (because, well, I customized it myself), but it's not yet ready for launch.

    In any case, some of these websites are well done, but most are too uncustomized or ugly for my taste.

    No pointing fingers.

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  • SurfTalk
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    Hi Guys, this is my first vB website and my first attempt at creating a forum. Although the early days with vb4 and 4.01 were a nightmare, 4.02 seems to be working pretty well for my application. Nothing exotic here, but hopefully you'll think it's done simply and well. I'm having a more professional header font/logo designed. I'd welcome your feedback - good or bad. Thanks! http://www.surftalk.co.uk

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  • kyrgyz
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    Originally posted by raistlinthewiz View Post
    I've custom coded the homepage using kohana network over vbulletin4.
    After visiting your site http://www.dvoturk.com/ , I get this: Trojan program Exploit.JS.Pdfka.bso

    Blocked by Kaspersky Internet Security from being installed.

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  • TheBigC
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    Here is a site I did for some clients. It is running VB4.01, with vBSEO behind the scene. Nothing sexy or overly exotic, but that is what they wanted in the way of appearance.

    http://www.globalspear.com

    Most of the efforts went into the forum, that will be what ends up driving the CMS

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  • Saqibm
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    Originally posted by Blairwarlock View Post
    That's an easy way to build your user base. If they really want the info and use your resources, make them register. It's free anyway! Almost all sites make you do that now: facebook, Kodak gallery, etc. They want your email address...haha
    Exactly lol.

    Originally posted by Al Zander View Post
    If you're talking about the preview, then if I'm not mistaken, that is a default setting: [stylevars: vbcms_article_preview_image_border]. You just don't notice it in the default skin against the white page background. If you mean the white-in-black frame Saqibm has around the larger images in the full-view articles, then that's something added using an image editor (photoshop?) prior to upload, by the looks of things.
    Its a skin from here:

    http://design247.net/v2/

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  • sticky
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    Originally posted by tonmo View Post
    Didn't do the design myself, but here's my site: www.tonmo.com
    How forum about Octopus News is more popular than mine, I have no idea.

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