How difficult is it to make minor color changes to your themes?

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  1. beachdude

    beachdude New Member

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    I am wondering how difficult is it to make minor color changes to your themes?

    While they look great as there are, we would probably want to make some minor color adjustments so they match better with the non-forum areas of our site. Would this be easy for us to do ourselves?
     
  2. Russ

    Russ Designer

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    Depending on what changes you want yes generally changing things is fairly easy.

    We have a few properties in place that help with various things that are specific to our framework.

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    Some styles are easier than others, take our style Legendary for example it's a rather detailed style and is kind of meant to be the blue/green color scheme.

    If you have specific questions though let us know.
     
  3. beachdude

    beachdude New Member

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    For example changing the background color in SPLASH and also changing the orange to another color (attached screencap)

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  4. Russ

    Russ Designer

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    Yep, the background and orange is controlled by a single color palette each. It's easy to change those.
     
  5. beachdude

    beachdude New Member

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    In the SPLASH demo, when I go to post a picture and the popup deploys, when you enter an URL into "Image URL" field, you can't see it because the background is black and the RRL you type in is black also. Is there an easy way to alter the color on the form fields so you can actually see what is being entered into them?
     
  6. Russ

    Russ Designer

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    Actually the demo 1 version behind, it's patched on the next release which is out currently. I need to update the demo board.
     
  7. Blast

    Blast Active Member

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    Once you learn HTML and CSS, it's very very easy. XenBase is the best framework to work with. Russ and Steve handed everything to us in a silver platter.
     
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