http://sandbox.openmw.org/ has been updated, I even did a post on there noting what has been updated.
I'm still getting w3c validator errors. Most are from the social media plugin, and the rest still seem to be a result of the doctype. One is from one of the widgets. Any ideas lgro?
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What was wrong with prev version? Some of the CSS got borked. We enforced a strict doctype, and I had some case issues in the CSS file, so things weren't showing up right. It's been fixed now, we're just ironing out the details. I think you're right, but we need something "social-media" related so ...
lgro, perhaps you can take a look at this: http://sandbox.openmw.org/ When I enable your social media plugin it completely breaks the layout. Try disabling it and see that the layout is then displayed correctly. Any ideas as to why this is? My personal vote is to just not use that plugin, I think it...
Our web admin needs to upload the latest version of the theme, which I just sent him, or revert to the old theme. You do not have permission to use a broken version of my theme on the website.
Our new website theme has been sent to our web admin! Unless I royally screwed something up, we should see it online as soon as our poor admin gets around to it! I've been relentlessly spamming him with emails, so give him a break.
Will do.lgromanowski wrote:Please remember about a place for "tools" where login link is placed (or at least place a link to login page somewhere near menu, so it would be easy accessible).
I'm planning to get the website and forum designs to share visual elements, so they look like they're part of the same website, but since the website is fixed with and the forum shouldn't be, they won't be the exact same design. I'll just reuse images/visual styles as much as possible. Btw the curre...
This is my plan. The last time I themed a phpbb forum this worked quite well.Rhys wrote:would it be an idea to find one similar to what you want and edit bits here and there?