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[Updated] [Free Complete Skin] Arctic

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How do i get to the admin center?

You need to just head over to your /admin directory; ie. If your website is example.com, your admin panel is example.com/admin

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This does not work, when you extract it to the skins folder and activate it you just get unformatted text and 0 images of any kind. Same with the other skin too by you.

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This does not work, when you extract it to the skins folder and activate it you just get unformatted text and 0 images of any kind. Same with the other skin too by you.

All issues fixed. Had to do with Github's folder naming not matching with the code.

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Sorry same problem with a re-download.

That's easy to fix, you must have the latest version assumes no PHP and TPL, if so you just have to change the extensions for php.

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The images have here.

/lib/skins/Arctic/images/slideshow.png

And

/lib/skins/Arctic/layout.php o .tpl

<div class="item active">

<img src="<?php echo SITE_URL; ?>/lib/skins/Arctic/images/slideshow.png">

</div>

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Updated to Version 1.1

Preview is back up and running + Download link is fixed and fully operational

Changelog

  • Page Width set to 75%, Changing it from the original full-width design
  • Responsiveness added(Site adapts to various device sizes)
  • Code Indenting and Structure upgraded to our 2015 Standards. Much, much easier for the end-user to experiment with
  • Slideshow made easier to edit by adding in a settings.php file. Instructions on how to edit can be found on the main post.
  • Changed basic styling for text fonts
  • Fixed "Add to Bid" issue

New link: http://zumeweb.com/e...w?target=Arctic

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Yep, Learned that one the middle way. Now just trying to figure out the Slider and how to get my three favorite pics into it.

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Yep, Learned that one the middle way. Now just trying to figure out the Slider and how to get my three favorite pics into it.

The slider can now be configured via the settings/settings.php file in the skins folder.

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This what I see and now thinking visually here of how to direct a new image

<?php

/*

* Configuration File for Arctic Skin

* Distributed for Free by Zumeweb.com

*/

// **Slideshow Settings**

// To add more images simply follow the pattern in the array, and be sure to seperate each URL with commas.

$slideshow_images = array("//placehold.it/1800x400&text=Sample Banner1",

"//placehold.it/1800x400&text=Sample Banner2",

"//placehold.it/1800x400&text=Sample Banner3",

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$slideshow_images = array(
   "URL FOR IMAGE 1",
   "URL FOR IMAGE 2",
   "URL FOR IMAGE 3"
)

The instructions are in the comments just above it. Just replace the URL FOR IMAGE tag with your actual link for your image. You can also add as much images as you wish by just separating each by commas, and enclosing them in quotes.

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I'm trying to figure out how to add in more statistics to the box. Like Passenger/Cargo/Shedule's ??

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I'm trying to figure out how to add in more statistics to the box. Like Passenger/Cargo/Schedule's ??

Unfortunately our current template doesn't support that statistic, but I am sure there's a module out there capable of gathering that information. The file you're going to want to look at is frontpage_main.tpl, under the "Statistics" heading in the file. Be wary of the code that's on there, so create a backup before experimenting.

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Unfortunately our current template doesn't support that statistic, but I am sure there's a module out there capable of gathering that information. The file you're going to want to look at is frontpage_main.tpl, under the "Statistics" heading in the file. Be wary of the code that's on there, so create a backup before experimenting.

This worked

<tr>

<td><strong>Pax Carried:</strong></td>

<td><span class="label label-default">1230</span></td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td><strong>Cargo Carried:</strong></td>

<td><span class="label label-default">81315lbs</span></td>

</tr>

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