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[IPS] (NAJ34) Goo Skin

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 11:38 PM

New simple and essential skin for IP.Board 3.4.
This mobile skin is released only in Blue color, if you need custom CCS recolor contact Author for more informations.
Step 1: Import skin file
Login to your boards admin control panel. Click the Look / Feel tab along the top. This will open the Skin Manager. Now click the 'Import New Skin Set' button. On the 'Import Skin Set' section. Using the browse button near the 'Upload XML(Archive) Skin Set' browse for and upload the skin file goo_IPB34.xml
Step 2: Import skin images file
Now we have to return and do the images. This is usually the cause of most confusion. Scroll down a bit to the 'Import Image Set' section. Browse for the skin file, images-goo.xml.gz Important: With the 'Apply To Skin Set' it is vital that you choose the skin you just imported here before clicking to import it. You will be able to easily identify the skin GooSkin (just imported) from its name here.
Step 3: New skin settings
Click the Look / Feel tab again now or click 'Manage Skin Sets & Template's on the left hand side to return to the Skin Manager page. You will see your newly imported skin listed. Click the grey button next to it and choose 'Edit Settings'. Set the skin to show in the skin chooser and be available to all groups.
Step 4 (Optional): Apply your custom Recolor CSS
If you have purchased Skin Recolor Service, follow instructions in additional (Paid) CSS file provided, or contact Author

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