Flato – Metro Inspired Responsive Theme for phpBB 3.0.12
Flato is a phpBB3 Responsive theme that fits great on any device, desktops, tablets or phone screens. The theme has a sleek and intuitive metro style design which makes your forum community look awesome.Is compatible with all the modern browsers and has 7 color schemes.
- New: RTL Support
- Fully Responsive Layout
- Metro Flat Design
- 8 light color schemes
- 3 dark color schemes
- Multilingual Ready
- Vector Icons
- Google Web Fonts
- Custom blocks in sidebar and footer
- Remade forum icons to match every color scheme
- W3C Valid XHTML + CSS3
- Cross browser support
- Easy to customize
- Full documentation and support
11 Color Variations
Flato theme has 11 color variations: Blue, Light Blue, Black, Green Lime, Golden & Black, Purple & Orange, Red and Golden ,Pink and 3 dark skins (red,blue and yellow).
If you need support please start with the documentation provided with this theme.If you still need help, feel free to contact us. We will be glad to help you.
Version 1.0.6 (Current Version)
- Added RTL Support - Added FontAwesome - Forum menu state (open or close) can now be saved. - Added breadcrumbs - Some image icons has been replaced by font icons ( FontAwesome ) - Other minor changes
- Fixed logo image resize on scroll - Fixed missing "en" folder error,viewed in ACP logs - Changed main class names for a better integration with other websites - Added responsiveness for embed videos - Added Pink color scheme
- Fixed the login button visibility. - Changed the subforums link color. - Subforums list improved - Fixed the quote icon on topic review - Added header bar on topic review - Added thumbnail on user's avatar in members view page
- Fixed the extra padding space on responsive view. - Included jumpbox at the top of the posts page - Navbar background-color updated on GreenLime on respensive view
- Minor changes to dark skins colours.css - Fixed colour palette issue
- 3 Dark skins added. - Changed the colors on GreenLime color scheme - Minor changes to responsive view
5 December 2013 - Initial release.