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dbi

Active Member

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#1
I would really like to change the default forum colours, but can't find how to do it. So how is it done and is it possible at all?
 

sk8harddiefast

Daemon

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#2
I don't think that is possible to change forum colors.
 

graudeejs

Son of Beastie

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#3
If yo uuse opera, you can apply custom css stylesheet to forums.freebsd.org (not sure if you can do that with FF)
 

dbi

Active Member

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#4
killasmurf86 said:
If yo uuse opera, you can apply custom css stylesheet to forums.freebsd.org (not sure if you can do that with FF)
No, I'm a Firefox guy. Strange, I thought vBulletin comes with pre-build themes and the problem is that I can't find where to switch them because I'm not familiar with the FreeBSD theme.
 

danger@

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#5
vB comes with a default design, but that is disabled in the admin panel... If there's a volunteer to create a new design which will people like it, we may eventually enable it for the forum as an additional option.
 

Beastie

Daemon

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#7
The answer is user CSS.

In Opera you can make one file containing CSS variables for all websites or you can make one for every website using "site preferences".

In Firefox you can use the Stylish extension.