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Hi,
I have to modify the css of the forum's page. When I select an option from the forum index I receive a page with several topics. I have to modify this last page.
What is the html of this page?
I don't find this page anywhere, please could someone help me?
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[originally posted on jforum.net by abdujaparov]
 
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The "view" part of jforum is in the templates directory. The "HTML" used for display is contained there. Note that these are "FreeMarker" (freemarker.org) files and not totally HTML. But they are close enough for most folks who know HTML only to work with.

Generally, the URL will give a good "clue" to what the file you need is. E.g.,post/list is the post_show.htm file. Sometimes it takes a little headshaking to figure out the file you need (without going thru the code). Just remember that most of the verbiage has been "internationalized" and will not show up directly in the HTM files.

Finally, you might want to look at the Header.htm and footer.htm files. These define the "wrapper" used by all the jforum pages, e.g. all the header, heading stuff and all the footer, end matter. (side bar stuff gets squeezed in there too.)
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