Tada!!! The CSS stopped working cuz there was an error in the NAML. Guess they changed something with NAML, cuz most of our bonus stuff doesn't work anymore. Not like it matters much, this forum is dead and I'm working on another forum for my game.
EDIT: I just did some quick looking up, they removed the star system from Nabble period so anywhere that referenced stars in our code was breaking. So I went through and removed all references.
I backed up the files first and saved the new scripts for backup.
Alright! Glad to have the site looking good again.
Anyone mind if I make a more Private Armored Core community? We've got an Xbox team that'd really benefit from a space on the web to talk builds and strats while not playing the game. Few of us are ever online together, so I feel our members would appreciate it.
By Private, I mean either creating a private section in the AC forum which only users with certain privileges can access, or just making the AC forum generally require specific privileges to use. I'm all about openness but it's always openness that kills off the AC communities. People who don't respect the system show up.
That said, if I can go through with this I'm going to be a tougher admin than ever. I talked a bit with FromCheng and got his advice on the matter.
Anyways, thanks for fixing the place up Godly ;)
Light can be just as blinding as Darkness. Bring some Sunglasses.
Sorry about being a lazy bastard with this. I checked it tonight, saw that an avatar code on the forum index was throwing an error, so I changed that to the first thing that seemed to work. Boom! Styles back.
That said, NAML is a bit of a minefield... You don't really know about an error until someone trips it (at which point all site NAML stops working, if the error is severe enough). Can't guarantee that the forums won't projectile vomit themselves to death again in the near future.
EDIT: HAHAHA, DISREGARD THAT. The error was indeed completely fixed before by Godly; Firefox was just tripping over the weird IFRAMEy stuff we have to do to embed the forum.