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My Template Victory

  • While in the beginning it would seem that modifying templates is the hardest thing in the world to do, once you understand the way that bbPress looks at templates (my-templates and then bb-templates), it is really not that bad.

    I managed to get bbPress to almost look like my blog after working on it for awhile.

    http://blog.trentadams.ca

    http://blog.trentadams.ca/forum/

    I have some small changes to do, but it seems to work for me for now!

    Trent

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  • yottabite
    Member

    @yottabite

    Way to go Trent! It looks really good.


    Trent Adams
    Member

    @trent

    Blog is now:

    http://trentadams.ca

    http://trentadams.com

    Forum is now:

    http://onvertigo.com

    Thanks,

    Trent


    Null
    Member

    @null

    Looks good, fits the WP template very well. I would make the hot tags purple or dark blue though.

    Good work!


    MrPapasWorld
    Member

    @mrpapasworld

    Trent, agreed… When I started, it mostly mind block… once you open up, it gets pretty easy…

    a test integration: http://test.klasen.us

    ignore all the silly posts and comments… testing a new wp theme and a whole bunch of other stuff for things I am working on…


    Trent Adams
    Member

    @trent

    That is a nice integration that you have there! Playing around with the theme is really time consuming and each time I make a new bbPress template (now 7 different ones), it is always a different process so I can’t even write a manual! It is all using CSS and comparing the bbPress and WP stylesheets! Always fun though! Thanks for the everyone!

    Trent

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