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I bought a copy of Advanced Image Hosting Script at http://yabsoft.com/aihs-feature.php

I have had a custome design made for this script. Now the thing is i have to convert the design for the AIHS skin. I was wondering if anyone has any exp. with this?

The skin i had designed is here
http://www.mindxstudio-portfolio.com/upithere/xhtml-update/

Inside the admin panel of the script is a template manager and the files i can edit are below.

1. html.php
2. uploadtip.inc.html.inc.php
3. randgallery.html.php
4. uploadform.inc.html
5. header.html
6. index.body.html
7. randomimages.html
8. popimg4g.inc.html
9. flipbook.html
10. gallery.left.html
11. newgallery.html
12. index2.body.html
13. iframe.html
14. newimages.html
15. randimg.inc.html
16. newimgs4g.inc.html
17. news.inc.html
18. css.css
19. randgals.inc.html p
20. popimages.html
21. rate.html
22. topimg.inc.html
23. actions.html
24. footer.html
25. mygals.inc.html
26. login.html
27. service.html
28. imagelinks.html
29. popgals.inc.html
30. links.html
31. topimgs4g.inc.html
32. dir.search.html
33. contact.html
34. user.html
35. report.html
36. addedit_gallery.inc.html
37. dir.cat.html
38. show.html
39. register.html
40. gallery.right.html
41. gallery.html
42. adddescr.html
43. flashslide.html
44. dir.listings.html
45. listcomment.html
46. view_comments.html
47. sitestats.inc.html
48. directory.html
49. syndicate.html
50. view.html
51. newgals.inc.html
52. getcode.html
53. popimg.inc.html
54. gallery.header.html
55. flash.html
56. upgrade.inc.html
57. comments.html
58. topgallery.html
59. profile.inc.html
60. redirect.html
61. popgallery.html
62. faq.html
63. newimg.inc.html
64. bill.inc.html
65. topgals.inc.html
66. members.html
67. rules.html
68. gallery.body.html

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Last Post by autocrat
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Okay - I think I get it (you had "custome"... and I read it 3 times as being "costume" ?)...
taking it as custom...

I hate to say this... but having something like DreamWeaver (arg-horrid taste in my mouth), would be of benefit to you in this case.
You can turn on an option that will show little indicators for tempaltes/includes being called up.
This will enable you to see what files do what, and easily alter the graphics/css being applied to these.

Thus, you can take the design, and then start inserting the changes.


Hope that helps.

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