Another new stylesheet: Forest Green

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Blaziken257
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Re: Another new stylesheet: Forest Green

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I felt that this board needed a green color scheme, so I made another stylesheet... this time green. I called it Forest Green (I couldn't think of a better name), and you can select it in the drop-down bar on top.

I used Wooden Brown as a base, so if you spot any oddities with this stylesheet, let me know.

Oh, and I'd like to reiterate that if any of you know CSS, feel free to submit a stylesheet of your own. For those who don't know CSS but would like to learn it, go to http://www.w3schools.com/. You'll have to learn HTML first, though.
RacieB
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Re: Another new stylesheet: Forest Green

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Eee nice, I'd been using brown but I think I'll try this for a while X3
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Sanqui
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Re: Another new stylesheet: Forest Green

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I'd try to create one, but I don't know what values Invision Power Board uses... Could you supply me with forest green .css file, please? :o
Blaziken257
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Re: Another new stylesheet: Forest Green

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It's possible to figure it out just by looking at the source code but here is the Forest Green one:

http://www.freewebs.com/blaziken257/misc/s...s/style_007.css
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Sanqui
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Re: Another new stylesheet: Forest Green

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Ah, you're right, it's in the source... I didn't notice. Thanks anyways. Is there any way to test the changes I make? /:
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Re: Another new stylesheet: Forest Green

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Sanky wrote: Ah, you're right, it's in the source... I didn't notice. Thanks anyways. Is there any way to test the changes I make? /:
Save a page from the site as web page complete, open the page in dreamweaver, edit the css stylesheet for that page and use "preview in browser" to test your changes.
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Sanqui
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Re: Another new stylesheet: Forest Green

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I did that (though with editing the file using notepad), but it still loads the css file from freewebs.com/blaziken257/...
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Re: Another new stylesheet: Forest Green

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You can place a <style> tag somewhere under the existing one (i.e. near the bottom of the page), and it should override mine.
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