Alright now I get it thanks fellows, I'll try to change a few things around the width of the ad in that size (or the logo for that matter) and we'll see how we go
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Firstly make back ups of the styles XML's // folders just in case.What's the best practice for any upgrades, regarding the style? upgrade first and then install the new version of the style?
Apologies I didn't make myself very clear, the sidebar does dropdown but only the original sidebar elements remain (online users, staff online etc), ones I've added seem to disappear!In portrait view the sidebar will drop below the forum list. Are you not seeing this on your install?
Read the rest of this update entry...Minor update, no changes to Splash specifically, just XenBase which adds a few bug fixes, new Font Awesome and some other minor features
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As I have been mentioning across various threads 1.3 is bringing a rather massive change to the way our style functions. Most of the front end you won't notice a difference aside from a few cosmetic improvements, however we've re-written a good majority of our XenBase.
With this said, if you are a current client of Splash please read carefully.
For anyone with minor customizations it's suggested you treat this upgrading as if you're installing a brand new style....
Well that's interesting it's in this version haha, revert template: ad_header, I've updated the package so anyone else won't see this.