No it's not. It will result in an error.
You can however, rename internal_data/code_cache/templates to something you like, and then open
(yourdomain.com containing your forums), log in as administrator and rebuild master data.
This would do what you seek.
yes, I know, I know. I created a template modification for the sole purpose of changing something in my <head> across all styles. Which didn't work so well as a standard template edit because all styles already have a modified PAGE_CONTAINER. So nothing we could inherit.
If I have...
I want to put a script into my header. Simple enough with editing PAGE_CONTAINER.
This script actually is this fancy new auto-populating adsense. But to comply with Adsense rules, it has to be hidden in certain circumstances. Such as when the topic is too hot for Google's likings...
Alright, I just found the developer documentation, especially this:
Turns out, my namespace is "mycompany", the class name is just "partner" and the callback looks like this:
I am preparing the update of a forum currently running XF 1.5. It has a custom sidebar widget which was implemented by a template modification and a PHP callback.
So the current set-up is:
<xen:callback class="mycompany_partner" method="getPartnerLinks"></xen:callback>...
I have a few forums running and they all run XF 1.5 (yeah I know). I want to upgrade them but first I need their styles converted and to be honest, I am a little incompetent with that.
So I am looking for someone who would do this :)
It would be 4 styles and they mostly only consisted...
Well, they kind of are. Look here:
There are the files needed to patch the security issue attached. For all versions that were supported at this time. No need for an active license.
All you need to do...
I try to use at least PHP 7.0. Aside from mysql_* functions that got removed (but can be resurrected with a wrapper to mysqli), the compatibility-breaking changes are fairly minor, so from what I experienced, if it runs on 5.6, it will also on 7.0.
However, I manage countless websites on...