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#265260 04/05/2022 3:52 PM
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I know where to add the code for it.

How would I code a complete colored header with logo and menu like here on UBB? Where the menu is mobile friendly?

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You would need a web designer to design a header slug to insert into the code box; it's all raw HTML and JavaScript.


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Any idea what that would cost?

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Depends on the complexity and what you'd need done; my baseline for services is $125/hr; any developer can do it, it's just HTML and JavaScript that'd be needed.


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There are several online free resources
https://www.google.com/search?q=online+html+website+menu+maker

from the first free result:

CSS Responsive Menu Generator
https://www.cssportal.com/css3-menu-generator/


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What file would I put any CSS code for it?

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To avoid inserting code into files that'll be updated with an upgrade, I'd put any HTML styling into the default header include.

Modifications to stock files are not supported and could void your access to official support.


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Originally Posted by Aaron101
What file would I put any CSS code for it?

Control Panel > General
HTML Includes tab
the Default Header box


this is what is used here on UBBCentral.
the header and footers are quite basic, but its really all that most sites use

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Originally Posted by Gizmo
To avoid inserting code into files that'll be updated with an upgrade, I'd put any HTML styling into the default header include.

Modifications to stock files are not supported and could void your access to official support.

I wouldn't do that, I just want to make sure I put it in the correct place where I'm still good for official support.

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Originally Posted by isaac
Originally Posted by Aaron101
What file would I put any CSS code for it?

Control Panel > General
HTML Includes tab
the Default Header box


this is what is used here on UBBCentral.
the header and footers are quite basic, but its really all that most sites use

[Linked Image]

But where would all the CSS code and any javascript go? I can only put HTML or PHP code in the header include section i thought.

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Also, where would I edit to change the default blue (the forum menu, not the header) to a red color?

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Css and JavaScript are both HTML elements.


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Originally Posted by Gizmo
Css and JavaScript are both HTML elements.

Thanks!

Also, where would I edit to change the default blue (the forum menu, not the header) to a red color?

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The style editor edits the style formatting and coloring; all of which use HEX codes and colors are defined in multiple different areas.

You'll find that UBBWiki covers most of the aspects of running a forum and utilizing the Control Panel, I personally wrote the majority of content there from content posted since the 90's...


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Thanks, in the Styles editor, where can I find to edit these blue links: https://christiandiscussion.org/ubbthreads.php/topics/54/playing-a-musical-instrument

I found the others that I have turned red so far. But I cannot find the hex code this blue in a post.

Thanks.

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if you mean the buttons, they're within Form Properties. they are managed by form-button


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That was it, thank you! smile


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