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  • Arceus

    SMF: Installing Mods That Error

    By Arceus, in Software,

    A little quick guide on what to do when a mod you're installing on SMF errors, and how to install it anyway. Did SubAccounts give you an error? Yeah, I bet it did. That's okay, it still works on 2.0.15, you just need to do some tweaking. A lot of mods that error will work anyway; this handy guide will show you how to make them do their thang.

    Software: SMF

  • Arceus

    Getting Familiar with SMF

    By Arceus, in Software,

    Where are the options I'm looking for? What are all these other options? How do I make it do this? Can I make it do that? This handy guide to getting set up with SMF should help answer some of these burning questions. Even if you've been using SMF for a while, I'd peek at this guide anyway, as you may find something in it you didn't know SMF did! It aims to take you from installation to initial set ups, and also has a neat list of useful modifications, some pro and con things, and a bunch of "this person's spent too long working with this software" rambling.

    Software: SMF

  • Arceus

    HTML/CSS Transitions

    By Arceus, in Coding,

    By popular demand, and threat of kangaroos (I jest), a couple quick tutorial-guides on how to achieve neat-o CSS transition animation effects; there are two different effects here. The concept is essentially the same, but how they operate is a little different, so I decided to write out both. Yes, it's entirely CSS and HTML, I promise. We'll be using CSS transitions to create a cool letter spacing effect, where one line spreads out and vanishes, and is replaced by a new line that fades in and pulls together. We'll also make little corners that move in and out on hover, very neat sci-fi-like effect. This will not just give you the codes, it will walk you through creating them, and assumes you have a minimal understanding of basic CSS.

    Type: Look & Feel


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