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Unmaintained vB 3.x - Fluid & Fixed 1.4.4

A white and purple style based on the vBulletin 3.x style.

  1. dutchbb

    dutchbb Well-Known Member

    dutchbb submitted a new resource:

    vB 3.x - Fluid - A white and purple style based on the vBulletin 3.x style.

    Read more about this resource...
     
    rafass, Brad L, Alfa1 and 3 others like this.
  2. CyberAP

    CyberAP Well-Known Member

    Nice adaptation!
     
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  3. Qaseem

    Qaseem Member

    Hello
    Thank you very much for this effort
    There is a problem ..... Show me this message
    The provided file was not a valid XML file. Please provide a valid XML file.
     
    resonansER likes this.
  4. NixFifty

    NixFifty Well-Known Member

    Nice work buddy.
     
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  5. Qaseem

    Qaseem Member

    I imported the wrong xml file
    Now works wonderfully Forum
    Thank you very much
     
  6. Qaseem

    Qaseem Member

  7. PyroM

    PyroM Active Member

    This is great, thank you so much!
    It's not, that I would like to copy my vB 1:1 to XenForo. But the basic style of XenForo is somehow too soft and tiny and my users are used to vB since 13 years. Additionally vB3 is almost modern again with its somehow flat design :rolleyes:, so I intended to try soon by myself, what you did already: start a flat design, with less round corners and somehow similar to vB3 as a basis, and that only in EXTRA.css to avoid conflicts. I did not install yet, just saw the screenshots: Will your CSS somehow effect the responsive design or other XenForo functionallity, related to CSS?

    What I would try is to modify the postbit legacy template to fit the online status add-on, accept the user group ribbons and add some info, as number of messages, received likes, location and maybe few custom fields.

    You made my day, thank you a lot!
     
  8. Izagar

    Izagar Active Member

    Thank you!

    I actually loved VB 3's design since it was easy to make a new theme while still looking VB3. Then VB4 came and it looked like crap and cost too much. So I went to Xenforo.
     
  9. Reeve of Shinra

    Reeve of Shinra Well-Known Member

    I'm impressed you did this through CSS alone.
     
    Brandon Sheley likes this.
  10. Nathan

    Nathan Member

    Great skin. Thanks for releasing it.
     
  11. Deepmartini

    Deepmartini Well-Known Member

    So those addons don't fit correctly?
     
  12. Deepmartini

    Deepmartini Well-Known Member

    It's like being back in the good old days of forums but with modern technology under the hood!
     
  13. PyroM

    PyroM Active Member

    Just installed and it seems to work great on xf1.2.0 - and already with number of messages and location at posts ;)

    @Deepmartini
    I do not know, did not test that yet, just saw the screenshots before. Now I just installed and will try online-status add-on and user group ribbons...

    Again: that's really great!
     
  14. Shelley

    Shelley Well-Known Member

    Never was a fan of the vb3 design but nice resemblance to it (even though i think it was ghastly). vb2 purple style was one I liked however is that planned?
     
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  15. briansol

    briansol Active Member

    Rumor has it that it breaks the responsive design (I haven't checked).

    The real problem I have with it is that this is a "SS file", not a CSS. The concept of the 'cascade' is completely lost in this. The over-use of !important is ridiculous. The attempt to keep it in 1 file is both the goal and it's hindrance.

    I think the concept is neat, and as a proof of concept, it's successful. But I would caution anyone from actually using this on a production site.
     
  16. Deepmartini

    Deepmartini Well-Known Member

    Maybe someone can build on this or improve it. Certainly an interesting concept. And possibly even a good transition for old sites on VB that are moving to xenforo. Give users a sense of comfort with a new change.
     
  17. Matthew Hawley

    Matthew Hawley Well-Known Member

    Did you do this through xenforo.com/community in inspect element for the screenshots?
     
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  18. Avensen

    Avensen Member

    Like the style, unfortunately, it does break the responsive design badly (tested on Xenforo 1.2 and iPhone 5's Safari).
     
    hawonnguyen135 likes this.
  19. Can you have a fixed version?
     
  20. kkm323

    kkm323 Well-Known Member

    very nice job
     

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