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Re: Styles Demo for Current phpBB3 Styles

Postby Patricia » 14 Dec 2007, 05:21

Sniper_E wrote:Derky, I would love to have your demo page setup.
The small styles demo site I have setup on my site isn't as nice as yours.
Your's has much more info in the header.
Would you share how you set that up?


Hi Ed,

I installed this on a test site a few months ago. Worked like a charm.


Edit: download removed



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Re: Styles Demo for Current phpBB3 Styles

Postby Derky » 14 Dec 2007, 05:40

Sniper_E wrote:Derky, I would love to have your demo page setup.
The small styles demo site I have setup on my site isn't as nice as yours.
Your's has much more info in the header.
Would you share how you set that up?


Hi Sniper_E,

I've changed a lot in the phpBB3 files so that I could easily add the info and add extra files for the demo.
If you only want to display your styles you can do that with the parameter author= like: Sniper_E, Echo, ChaosBurnt. :cool:
Btw, your Sniper_Blue "gold version" isn't available is it? :confused:

Patricia wrote:Hi Ed,

I installed this on a test site a few months ago. Worked like a charm.


stylesdemo103.zip


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That one has SQL injection. :grin:
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Re: Styles Demo for Current phpBB3 Styles

Postby Patricia » 14 Dec 2007, 05:44

That one has SQL injection. :shock:

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Re: Styles Demo for Current phpBB3 Styles

Postby Derky » 14 Dec 2007, 06:02

Patricia wrote:That one has SQL injection. :shock:

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Haha :P yes look: demo.php?mystyle=':)
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Re: Styles Demo for Current phpBB3 Styles

Postby Sniper_E » 14 Dec 2007, 13:26

Well, no Derky, I have this one: http://web.dhjh.tcc.edu.tw/~gzqbyr/phpB ... s/demo.php

I've have that setup here: http://stylesdemo.sniper-ed.com/phpBB3/

This one had more: http://demo.phpbb3styles.net/
I wish I had this last one on my site. I thought this one was yours.
Is the one I have on my site now yours? I like it too.
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Re: Styles Demo for Current phpBB3 Styles

Postby Derky » 14 Dec 2007, 17:26

Sniper_E wrote:Well, no Derky, I have this one: http://web.dhjh.tcc.edu.tw/~gzqbyr/phpB ... s/demo.php

I've have that setup here: http://stylesdemo.sniper-ed.com/phpBB3/

This one had more: http://demo.phpbb3styles.net/
I wish I had this last one on my site. I thought this one was yours.
Is the one I have on my site now yours? I like it too.


http://demo.phpbb3styles.net scripted by me, sorry source is private.

http://web.dhjh.tcc.edu.tw/~gzqbyr/phpB ... s/demo.php & http://stylesdemo.sniper-ed.com/phpBB3/ is made by CRLin.
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Re: Styles Demo for Current phpBB3 Styles

Postby Sniper_E » 14 Dec 2007, 18:31

I thought that one was yours. You have a very nice looking page there.
Your private source for that page is the best I've seen out there. Great Job! :good:

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Re: Styles Demo for Current phpBB3 Styles

Postby Derky » 15 Dec 2007, 04:22

Thanks. :clapping:
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Re: Styles Demo for Current phpBB3 Styles

Postby asinshesq » 13 Feb 2009, 10:10

phpbb3styles is an amazing site, but I have a couple of questions (probably dumb ones).

1. Is there a validation concept of some sort for styles posted there? And if not, should people be at all concerned about security risks? Or is that not really an issue for a style?

2. Is it generally true that the styles are pretty much 100% prosilver or subsilver2 and the changes are almost exclusively in the css? The reason I ask is that I am wondering how hard it willl be to update phpbb or install mods when those updates or mods make template changes. In other words, will my work as admin go up a fair bit if I end up using a style other than prosilver or subsilver2?
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Re: Styles Demo for Current phpBB3 Styles

Postby Derky » 13 Feb 2009, 12:58

asinshesq wrote:phpbb3styles is an amazing site, but I have a couple of questions (probably dumb ones).
Thanks :grin:

asinshesq wrote:1. Is there a validation concept of some sort for styles posted there? And if not, should people be at all concerned about security risks? Or is that not really an issue for a style?
Yes there is a validation but not so strict and precise as on phpBB.com. ;)

asinshesq wrote:2. Is it generally true that the styles are pretty much 100% prosilver or subsilver2 and the changes are almost exclusively in the css? The reason I ask is that I am wondering how hard it willl be to update phpbb or install mods when those updates or mods make template changes. In other words, will my work as admin go up a fair bit if I end up using a style other than prosilver or subsilver2?
Some are, some are not. It's hard to say it in general but you can see it direct, most of the times. (if the template is changed)
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