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Templates? Help! Getting my forum to look like a forum (Read 183 times)
 Jan 24th, 2014 at 2:24pm
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Templates? Help! Getting my forum to look like a forum
OK so, I'm a complete newbie at this.  I have my forum up and going but it's not looking like a forum.  It's very plain and just doesn't look like a forum.  It looks a little complicated and the old folks I'm working with will never be able to find their way around.  How do I get the forum to have the updated look?  Is there something in the templates or an easy way to install the templates that I'm not getting?  I've tried to put some templates from the Yabb template area into files and put them into the FTP, but they don't appear in my CP.  Any thoughts?
 
 
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Re: Templates? Help! Getting my forum to look like a forum
You say "CP". You need to go to the administration area of your forum by clicking "admin" from within your forum. (need to be logged in as a administrator)

You then would need to go to Forum Layout then Template Configuration and it should be there.
 
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