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Design Capability(s)?

#1
(follow-up to call)

This may be a dumb pre-sale question, but because we are mostly familiar with vB and not xF, we need to look before we leap with customer development money --

1. Am I assuming correctly that it is relatively easy to add custom header, menu, and footer to xF to match customer's website? I say relatively easy for reasonably experienced designer?

2. Where do I find the needed hosting specs?

Thank you in advance.
 
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#3
Thanks for jumping right in, Brogan.

I don't want/need to try the demo - I'm not a designer/developer - I just need to know that my qualified coder should have little to no problem dupilicating and installing custom header/menu/footer cloned from customer's WordPress site.

I'm not qualified to discuss technical issues like CSS, etc., but I would definitely take your word on this.

We might at a later date consider using a WP to xF bridge ... BUT all I care about now is that we should have little to no problem matching header and footer to this WP, here - http://stilettosontheglassceiling.com/
 

EQnoble

Well-known member
#4
Thanks for jumping right in, Brogan.

I don't want/need to try the demo - I'm not a designer/developer - I just need to know that my qualified coder should have little to no problem dupilicating and installing custom header/menu/footer cloned from customer's WordPress site.

I'm not qualified to discuss technical issues like CSS, etc., but I would definitely take your word on this.

We might at a later date consider using a WP to xF bridge ... BUT all I care about now is that we should have little to no problem matching header and footer to this WP, here - http://stilettosontheglassceiling.com/
He should have absolutely no problem doing so.
 
#5
Thanks, both!

I have a trailing question -->

Is it better to install xF to subdomain or just to /folder?
Does it matter performance or tech issues wise? Any pros/cons?
 

Tracy Perry

Well-known member
#9
But if you do install it in a subfolder, don't install it in /forum or /forums, as you will have a double /forums/forum or forums/forums/ listed in the URL by default (unless you use the routes). Use /community/ or something like that.