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[For 1.6] Custom Header Logo for Forums 0.5
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Name: Custom Header Logo for Forums
Version: 0.5
MyBB Version: 1.6.*



Description:

-> Allows you to set a custom header logo for every forum.
-> Adds an option in ACP - Forum Management - Edit Forum.
-> You can upload your images for custom logos to /images/logos/ in your forum directory
-> You can add the images file title for the custom logo in ACP -> Forums & Posts -> *yourforum* -> Edit Forum
-> The default logo is replaced by the custom header when you're browsing a forum with has set a custom logo


Installation:

1. Upload the content of the Upload folder into your forum home directory
2. Go to your "AdminCP Configuration - Plugins" and click "Install & Activate" behind Custom Header Logo for Forums(0.5)
3. After activation you'll find a new textbox in "ACP - Forums&Posts -> *yourforum* -> Edit Forum" below "Style Options".
Here you can enter the file title of the logo image for this forum (e.g. logofornewsblabla.jpg).
The image has to be uploaded into /images/logos/ in your forum directory.
4. All done.

Upgrade:
1. Upload the content of the Upload folder into your forum home directory and overwrite the old plugin files
2. All Done

Changelog:
v0.5. (11-25-2011)
#Fixes compatibilty with MyBB 1.6.5


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License:

GPL


Download:

http://mods.mybb.com/view/custom-header-logo-for-forums
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#2
Thanks for this plugin Wink
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#3
thanks i like it
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#4
Thanks for this plugin
MyBB Support - MyBB Themes - MyBB Plugins
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#5
Very nice. Thanks!
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#6
Nice plugin. It would be more better if you add align option so we can make it on left,right or center Smile
Jovan J.
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#7
thanks nice
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#8
Hi, is there a way u can make this change the background instead of the header maybe?
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#9
I'm afraid it's not possible with this plugin, since it just replaces the $theme['logo'] with $customlogo.
The background is defined in the themes css and not  in a variable like the header image.
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