Silverbullet has been updated to 1.0, for all intents and purposes, this update should be compatible with future versions.
The template can be easily modified to suit the needs of your website. Changing the color scheme is nothing more than editing a few images and using find and replace on the stylesheet.
The CSS is well organized and consistent throughout the template. Silverbullet gives you a straight forward structure that makes adding various elements simple as possible.
I have spent a great deal of time updating this template, after a lot of positive feedback was received from the initial release.
Last time, I did state that donations would be key to me releasing future templates, unfortunately, they were limited at best. I’m not blaming anyone for this, or hold it as a resentment, after all, the template is available for free. You do not have an obligation to donate towards the project.
You’re supporting it by just downloading (not to mention that small link at the bottom of the template that nobody clicks, but helps establish the name). I do however need to encourage everybody to donate to people like me who are willing to spend their time providing you a free service.
I’d also like to thank the Pligg developers, who have spent a great deal of time working on their end to make this template even possible, while giving us an extraordinary piece of software that despite its flaws is still the most significant social bookmarking software available.
Change Color Scheme
Silverbullet comes in 4 unique color variations.
You can change the scheme by simply opening pligg.tpl and finding s_blue.css
and replacing it with one of the following s_orange.css – s_purple.css – s_green.css
Add Your Logo
You can add your logo here /templates/silverbullet/images/logo.jpg
That will replace the default logo with the one you upload. The header was set up too contain almost any size logo without having to modify template files.
Support Thread: Submit Bugs and Feedback.
1. Backup your modules directory
2. Extract and Upload the templates and modules directories to the root of your Pligg site. Overwrite any files that may already exist.
3. Install the template from Admin > Configure > Templates and change the default template value to “silverbullet”.
4. Navigate to your Pligg Admin panel and click “Delete Template Cache”.
You can use the contact form available in the top menu of Qkin to inquire about work that you might need done, I will get back to you with a quote. Jobs that I am willing to do for a great price are, changing the color scheme, updating your version of Pligg, converting your customized Silverbullet template features to the latest version of Pligg, and doing custom templates. I will not able to accept every inquiry that is sent, but will return any e-mail that is sent to me.
Thank you, enjoy the template.