Theme Name: Xtreme Core v1.0 Markup Language: XHTML
Copyright: 2021 The 86it Developers Network
Creation Date: 05/04/2021
Author: Ernest Allen Buffington License: GNU General Public License
Core Support: Nuke-Evolution Xtreme v3.0.0b <> v3.0.1b
This PHP-Nuke Evolution Xtreme theme is using Bootstrap v3.4.1 and XHTML. By default it has Video Background support and 2 scrolling marguee's in the header.
Blog Signature Mod Support
Advanced Resolution Checking
Fluid Resizeable Layout
Video Background Support
BootStrap v3.4.1 Support
Devicon v2.10.1 Support
2 Scrolling Marquees
Network Advertising and Personal Advertising Support
Titanium SDK v5 (adds facebook Support)
Current Theme Resoltiuon:
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Module Name: Groups Author: Ernest Allen Buffington Contributor: coRpSE, Lonestar (http://lonestar-modules.com) Version:v2.0.0 License: GNU General Public License version 2 Core: PHP-Nuke Titanium v.2.0.0a <> 4.0.0 - PHP-Nuke Evolution Xtreme v2.0.9d <> group name
Features Added: Added Titles to the landing pages Added A Profile Pic Fixed users online status in the members' group list as it was not working Added animated ONLINE image Fixed users offline status in the members' group list as it was not working Added animated OFFLINE image If a person leaves the Location field blank it defaults to The Interwebs Added Flag next to location Added new buttons on several of the landing pages for admins and users
ToDo: If the person has marked theirself hidden on their profile, only admins can see them in the group member list
Calm down I will get it fixed. I agree completely and this is what happens when coders and developers do not think things through or leave something half finished in a release. This is not something I did, this was from the original UK extreme version. I can see many changes where someone had obvious intentions that they never followed through with. I'm cleaning them up and or out with each passing day. I will JOHN 3:16 the entire batch of forums files within the next few months.
I believe what that is or was for: Currently Online or Offline and the code or template is broken.
Sorting through each byte of this code trying to figure out the blunders many people have added and crested within this source code.
Consistency is key and you can remove things from a template without altering code. Just what were some of these code contributors thinking. I see shit that was removed with no real reason or rhyme. Take it out of the template not the code. Some folks may want a feature you have removed and will have to code it back in. Also if you write the code add it to the main template, otherwise people will have no idea they even have the option to use it.