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#1
Good day to all, I hope you have a great day. When you get the time stop into www.host-hunters.com and check out all the great discussions we have on the forum. If you are looking for a host or looking to advertise your hosting service, Host-Hunters is perfect for you.

Would like to get opinions on the theme as well, this is one that I made.
 
#7
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Have a great night
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farmglitch

Active member
#8
I'm not sure I like the colors. If I were looking for a hosting company it might scare me off. Idk it just looks a little to colorful. It seems fine but fir some reason it scared me off and I am currently searching for a hosting company so I took a serious look at it.
 

Martok

Well-known member
#12
This kick started me into getting the new theme up and down and it is responsive now. (y)
You've got a bit more tweaking to do.

Firstly, ads aren't responsive.

Screenshot_2014-08-13-08-30-08.png

See this resource for support:

http://xenforo.com/community/resources/responsive-adsense.2084/

You may want to look at adjusting the last message column, it'd look better with the date on only line below the user avatar.

It looks like you don't have friendly URLs switched on, I'd suggest you do as they look nicer.


Very importantly, http://www.host-hunters.com and
http://host-hunters.com are effectively two separate sites. You need to enable non-www to www redirection (or vice versa).

How can I redirect all traffic to the www or non-www version of my site?
If you are on an Apache server, this can be achieved by editing the .htaccess file. Refer to the discussion thread in the forum for more information.
Note that any custom rewrite rules must come before the XenForo rewrite rules.
http://xenforo.com/community/threads/frequently-asked-questions.5183/
 
#13
I have added the the redirect all traffic, the ads aren't google ads they are direct sale ads that I added in myself, so not sure if brogan responsive ads would work. Also I am trying to figure out how to adjust the last message column. Thank you again for all the feed back.
 

Martok

Well-known member
#14
, the ads aren't google ads they are direct sale ads that I added in myself, so not sure if brogan responsive ads would work.
The principle is the same though the coding would be different. If you are selling ads directly then you'd have to explain the different sizes at different screen widths and have 3 sizes provided by the companies who are buying the ad space.