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Example sites?

edited May 2006 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
I think I love vanilla. Sure its new, and there isn't a lot of extensions yet, but it is so different from the current boards that are out there. I will miss some of the features other boards have, but that might just be worth it. But I digress . . . Can anyone post their implimentations of vanilla? I'd like to see it in action. Especially those that are heavily modified, either with extensions or using your own coding. I have to shoehorn it into an existing site, and I'd love to see how others have done it.

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    i remember a wow-fansite: http://www.wow-myst.com/
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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    O'Reilly's Make zine: http://forums.makezine.com/ Johnson & Johnson's Caregivers forums: http://www.strengthforcaring.com/community/index.html
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    The J&J Caregivers forums are Vanilla? If so, that's one hell of an overhaul.
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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    Yeah - they were the first company that I know of to take advantage of the templating in the new version. They've got a 0.9.3 version running on there.
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    lechlech Chicagoland
    wow, I knew it looked familiar, Just wasn't aware that it was vanilla for certain, they're not the only ones running vanilla then as I've seen that kind of layout on a few other sites as well :)
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    As a newcomer, I am amazed at these examples. With a bit of instruction, could a novice programmer make those sorts of modifications, or would you have to be a pro? Is there any chance of a Wiki entry on the steps to take and the files to modify? Sometime??
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    lechlech Chicagoland
    For hooking People into other non-lussumo built applications, I'll take a stab and say that you'll at least want a fairly good programming background. As far as the styling goes, the only major strength you'll want to have is a strong understanding of xHTML/Structure with CSS and the ability to read and edit around code (if you're doing full templates) without destroying any of the functionality. At the very least, be comfortable with hand-crafting your own CSS rules and rewriting the entire style if necessary, any novice should be able to achive that last one no problem.
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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    I want to write a document in the manual about how to integrate existing tables with Vanilla tables. I didn't do it yet because I have so much to do, and all we *really* need for launch is instructions on basic use. When it comes to instructions on making your own theme (ie. changing templates and layout), that's already in there: http://lussumo.com/docs/doku.php?id=vanilla:themes
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    Looks like you've hit another bug with the extended text formatter.
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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    dammit. ITHCY!!! WHERE ARE YOU?
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    ithcyithcy New
    edited May 2006
    fixed in vanilladev and in add-ons, sorry
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