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faevilangel_designs says

Wordpress is licensed under the GPL , and anything developed for them (themes, plugins) will be too (i think)

I wouldn’t encrypt the functions.php as if a customer wants to slightly modify it, they will need to get it unencryped (and lots of free tools available).

I hate themes that are encrypted as it means it’s more work for me to unscramble and rewrite it just to make ammendments.

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anyone?

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faevilangel_designs says

Thanks for the reply Matt but that’s not what I need right now, but thanks

My code above is the admin menu, which has a dropdown of the styles availabe, How do i insert the code into the header.php to display the theme choice?

thanks

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bohemian rhapsody by QUEEN :-D

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Ok I went through that code, and used what I know, but i’m stuck on the actual switcher in the header.php

i have so far in functions.php
 function options() {
  echo '<div class="wrap">';
  echo '<p>
   </p><form action="" method="post">
   <select name="theme">
    <option value="">Black</option>
    <option value="">Blue</option>
    <option value="">Grey</option>
    <option value="">Red</option>
    <option value="">Violet</option>
   </select>
   </form>
        ';
  echo '</div>';
   $theme = $_REQUEST['theme'];
 }

Is that code right, and in my header.php, what would I put to grab the theme name?

I’m a noob when it comes to php functions (only started on them last week)

thanks

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cheers

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Wanting to build this into a theme, but can’t find the code used for it anywhere …

I know there is a plugin for it, but I want it to be in the admin panel and built into the theme, so could anyone gimme a hand with it?

thanks

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If you already have it built, then means a small error in the code..

Send me an email through my profile, then I will reply, then you can send the zip file to me, and I will look through your code for you

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faevilangel_designs says
is there any successful sites using buddypress? I haven’t seen any.

I haven’t checked but if you used it correctly and got a nice design going, why shouldn’t it be popular?

Most of the social networks built, would probably be custom coded which takes extensive PHP knowledge and a heap of time imho..

It does depend on what features you want, etc

For someone to build one, your looking at $10,000 for a basic system

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faevilangel_designs says

Free social network script – http://buddypress.org/

Built by the same guys, who built wordpress. You add it to a wordpress installation.

Fully customisable too

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