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Mybb Template Editor

by ionutvmi ST3

A simple sublime text 3 plugin that will allow you to edit mybb templates

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  • Win 427
  • Mac 142
  • Linux 79
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Readme

Source
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Sublime Mybb Template Editor

Sublime Mybb Template Editor will allow you to edit mybb templates directly from sublime text 3.
The templates will be automatically updated in your database when you edit them.

Installation

Via Package Control
Search for Mybb Template Editor

Manually
Clone this project in your Packages folder under the name Mybb Template Editor.
git clone https://github.com/ionutvmi/SublimeMybbTplEditor.git "Mybb Template Editor"

Setup (Video Tutorial)(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlUxKx8A-Xk)

  1. Go to Admin CP -> Themes & Styles -> Templates -> Configure a new template
  2. Go to Admin CP -> Themes & Styles -> Themes -> Configure a new template (make sure it has the proper template set defined)
  3. Mark it as your default theme
  4. Go to subline and install the mybb plugin
  5. Go to Sublime -> Package Settings -> Mybb Plugin -> Settings user and configure the mysql credentials.
  6. Access the package control (Ctrl+Shift+P) and search for mybb load template
  7. Select your template, define a folder path and a new window will pop up
  8. Edit your files and save them.

How to use

Go to Preferences > Package Settings > MybbTpl and edit the settings to fit your system.
Once that is done open the command pallete Ctrl+Shift+P and search for Mybb Tpl: Load templates.
Choose the desired template set and happy coding.

If you want to edit CSS themes: Ctrl+Shift+P and select Mybb Tpl: Load themes (CSS)
Download and install the updatecss.php file on your development server.
Set the correct url to the updatecss.php in the settings file.

Contributions

If you find a bug or have suggestions open an issue here

Donate

If you like my code you can support me by making a donation