I would like to know what all is involved in making the forum mobile friendly and what might be involved in integrating it into my website. And, are there any customer or demo sites with Xf integrated into a static website?
Responsive design is built in, so you shouldn't have to do anything special to make your site mobile friendly. You can see how the responsive design works on this site - resizing the browser window will show you how the various elements on the screen behave.
I understand about editing nav templates, Add-Ins or mods, etc... however, I was hoping to take advantage of the forum features with additional main menu options. For example: like having Games, Articles, etc on the top menu that folks could Reply To, Watch/Follow, Poll, etc. I saw something about creating Forums or Categories and not having them show in the Display Tree. Perhaps I could utilize this feature and link them in nav or do you think Resources would work for this?
I'm pretty sure there are add-ons in the resource manager for download that do exactly that. There's one called Nodes as Tabs which has been popular over the years, and it's free. There may be others that are more advanced navigation managers that are paid for.
I'm finding it kind of hard to find my post on XF after being away for a while.. not being too familiar with the layout.. seems like it should have a submenu under Forums for "Your Topics" or something similar.
I created a couple demos but they seem to expire before I can get my testing done or before I think of other things to try. Can an Admin or other account have the ability to create topics with Div/Span tags, css, php, Java, and the like? Chris: This would be like for my Articles in Resources where I could create Responsive layout articles with images, etc.
We migrated from vB and there weren't any usability issues although we did have a series of threads 'Tips and Tricks' that members added to when they discovered a new feature. XF is really intuitive to members from my experience.
I created a couple demos but they seem to expire before I can get my testing done or before I think of other things to try. Can an Admin or other account have the ability to create topics with Div/Span tags, css, php, Java, and the like?
What is the return policy if the software doesn't work well for what I need?