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Category: Themes
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Date: 2004-03-17 16:09
Size: 271.09 KB
Version: 1.3.9
MD5: fe0b3e300971757593d1d23e4c825752
Submitter: vbgunz
Rating: 10.00(1)
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Here is the most anticipated theme ever created for the Geeklog system. Major thanks goes to the men behind Geeksta.com and Squatty.com. This theme is based on original work of Aeonserv.com and is made for your enjoyment. Please, if you have any comments, compliments or complaints, be the wiser and let me know :)
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Date: 2006-06-30 17:25
Size: 3.14 MB
Version: 1.4.0sr4
MD5: 219f3aaed8da4e743cc879c6faff23c8
Submitter: Dirk
Rating: 10.00(1)
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Geeklog 1.4.0sr4 is a security update over 1.4.0sr3.
This is a complete tarball, to be used for fresh installs and upgrades from all pre-1.4.0 releases.
md5 checksum: 219f3aaed8da4e743cc879c6faff23c8
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Category: Themes
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Date: 2002-12-01 06:57
Size: 71.45 KB
Version: 1.0
MD5: 120d44adf4a1242d8d3f0a9d9c4ca5d5
Submitter: Gest user
Rating: 10.00(1)
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My modifications to the original OS_Commerce theme by by Alan Fisher (www.goddammit.co.uk).
Changes include:
<li> style sheet additions for Calendar, File Mangement, Weather Blocks, etc.
<li>more vivid colors
<li>Softer Block table heads
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Category: Themes
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Date: 2003-06-06 13:17
Size: 69.53 KB
Version: 1.0
MD5: 1fe2a277a5198be6bb12e4cdd4687854
Submitter: wooge
Rating: 8.00(2)
Popularity: 2227   POP
I designed this theme with simplicity and emphasis in mind. It's a clean theme, that focuses on showcasing the content. The use of color in this theme is really only as an accent to add a little more excitement.
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Category: Add-ons
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Date: 2003-02-27 12:05
Size: 10.01 KB
Version: v1.0
MD5: 9fb2af15d7c1746c5ecbdfdf4fa99492
Submitter: rawdata
Web: -
Rating: 0.00
Popularity: 2201   POP
Block Clock is a Macromedia Flash program which will display a visitor's local time on an analog clock inside a Geeklog block.