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2008-04-24T06:44:04Z
Okay, I am not a programer, and I stole every icon on here from other project (all opensource), but here is everything we used to style our theme after the DNN Forum 4.4.3 release. I couldn't do the fancy icons at the top for the Nav Menu, that is beyond my skill, but this theme is resonably attractive, and very easy to read. You can see it at www.northstarcamaroclub.com  just go to the forum page. I zipped the xml, the theme folder, and also a sub folder with the artwork we used for our rankings.

I don't see a way to attach it, so I will add it to my filefront. You can grab it here:
http://hosted.filefront.com/67rsss/ 
It is the one called YAFPro2_DNNstyle.zip (it was based on the YAFPro theme by Jaben)
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test2005
2008-04-24T14:24:22Z
67RSSS wrote:

Okay, I am not a programer, and I stole every icon on here from other project (all opensource), but here is everything we used to style our theme after the DNN Forum 4.4.3 release.......



On one hand, thank you for contributing.

On the other...stealing...you evil, evil person! (COOL!)

:-P


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2008-04-25T04:05:32Z
Well, "borrowing' seems to be the norm anymore. This has really been a challenging project for us! We finally figured out how to get spell checking in Firefox with the FCKeditor (in the fckconfig.js set Firefox spellchecker = true....DUH!) and I cannot believe how much development you can do with just notepad and an FTP program! Notepad opens almost anything!!! When we find a wierd file, we try to open it in notepad and see if there is anything cool inside. Most programmers are real good about remarking (remember REM:?) and there is usually enough code in there to figure out the idea. I haven't had to do any programming for 15 or 17 years, have had a software team for that for a long time. Do still occasionally have to browse through some assembly, VB, or C for work related projects, but thankfully I don't have to code. We have a few things left to figure out on the forum, but already the test users are much happier. Thanks to every here at YAF and everyone at DNN for all their dedication and hardwork.
test2005
2008-04-25T08:51:45Z

I don't know how they do it now, but when I was in school to be a programmer (can you say green screen!), a text editor was all we had! Even when I learned Java, we wrote everything in Notepad. Wer'nt allowed to use the IDE's :shock:

And "borrowing" is a much better phrase, cause you can always give it back!!!

:-P

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2008-05-13T05:41:02Z
Well I am happy to see that several people have 'borrowed' my 'borrowed' work! Not sure if anyone is using it, but 15 people have downloaded it! Hopefully someone with a bit of programming skill can improve upon it and make it better!

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