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UI.X

UI.X [Paid] 1.5.16a.0

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Mike Creuzer

Well-known member
#1
Audentio submitted a new resource:

UI.X - From Audentio Design



UI.X is a feature-rich XenForo theme that is built around the idea that it can be thrown any scenario and handle it beautifully. If you want your visitors to have a fully responsive beautiful metro/flat user interface with features such as a sticky navigation, side by side nodes, social media icons, and much more, this is the skin for you!

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MattW

Well-known member
#12
Brilliant, got the file now Mike.

Just a quick question. What's the best way to go about installing this? Is it better to install it, and then create a child of that to play about it (to prevent anything being lost during any future theme updates)?
 

Mike Creuzer

Well-known member
#14
Brilliant, got the file now Mike.

Just a quick question. What's the best way to go about installing this? Is it better to install it, and then create a child of that to play about it (to prevent anything being lost during any future theme updates)?
Yes, we always recommend that for any of our themes, or any one's theme for that matter. Lets object your edits easier I guess, easier upgrades.

So, if you go to [UI.X] Global Settings, you'll see the setting CSS template. We recommend creating a template, say 'yourSiteName.css', then enter 'yourSiteName' as the value in [UI.X] Global Settings. Subsequently you can just use extra.css, but I prefer to do it this way as EXTRA.css is not for customization but rather quick dirty stuff you need to customize.

Then, with your child style, yes have at it with the style properties! :D
 

MattW

Well-known member
#19
Yes, we always recommend that for any of our themes, or any one's theme for that matter. Lets object your edits easier I guess, easier upgrades.

So, if you go to [UI.X] Global Settings, you'll see the setting CSS template. We recommend creating a template, say 'yourSiteName.css', then enter 'yourSiteName' as the value in [UI.X] Global Settings. Subsequently you can just use extra.css, but I prefer to do it this way as EXTRA.css is not for customization but rather quick dirty stuff you need to customize.

Then, with your child style, yes have at it with the style properties! :D
Excellent, just having a play with it now.

Would you like bug reports on here, or on your own forum?