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Two Styling/Customization Questions...

Discussion in 'XenForo Pre-Sales Questions' started by adwade, Aug 16, 2015.

  1. adwade

    adwade Active Member

    1)In vB3 I was able to create several child styles of the Default and then simply EDIT a block (i.e BODY-Standard CSS Attributes: Font Size) in each one to change the FONT size of all the text displayed on a page.

    The Default was 10pt,
    [​IMG]

    and then I created one-each for 13pt, 15pt and 20pt
    [​IMG]

    Since we have several users who are visually handicapped, it has been an easy way for them to read/reply on the board. All they have to do is select a different style (or size really) from the lower left of a page.
    [​IMG]
    To accomplish roughly the same thing in XenForo, will it be as simple/easy as doing something like that?

    2)
    On our present vB3 board, we have a bit of javascript code that allows any user to instantly select a different overlay color.
    [​IMG], [​IMG] , etc.
    The MOD is called Easy Style Color switcher and has worked well for us.

    Is there anything like that in the core code, or is there a MOD that could perform a similar function for us on XenForo?
     
  2. teletubbi

    teletubbi Active Member

    Of course.
    You can add as many childs and style them as you like.

    Not in core. And i can`t remember of any Mod for this.
    But some styles has the ability.
     
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  3. adwade

    adwade Active Member

    I did trip across the Artodia website, which performs this sort of function when demo'ing their styles. (y)

    Screen Shot 2015-08-18 at 1.53.58 AM.jpg
    So at least I've seen it done now!
     
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  4. Arty

    Arty Well-Known Member

    You can do that with any style(s).

    Install multiple styles or multiple color variations of same style, add HTML code with links to sidebar or wherever you want. Links to styles should look like this: misc/style?style_id=1 (1 if style id)
     
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