Pabbo Hotel

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Pabbo is a friendly and professional Habbo retro founded and developed by myself. We aim to host weekly ROTW, monthly COTW, and daily events to keep all users happy and enjoying the fun! We use Arcturus Emulator, hosted on an Ubuntu server using a custom Laravel CMS which was built by myself.

You start with 10,000 credits, 10,000 pixels, and 100 diamonds, to get the ball rolling with buying rares and building rooms. We also offer a diamonds section in the catalog where you can buy a few casino styles rares because we love a good ol' bet.

We have plenty more developments and improvements to come but check us out, give us feedback, and we all at Pabbo are looking forward to seeing you all :D






 

LouisJW

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In some places of this CMS it looks like you've mixed Bootstrap with Cosmic, the colour is clean but content should be tidied up. Maybe that will happen in future updates you decide to push; best of luck with your hotel.
 

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Did you just rip the cms from Habboon and edit it a bit?
The answer to your question is no, I completely built it using a separate CSS framework called Tailwindcss, if you check the source code you'll see that :) However I will say, the design was inspired by Habboons design, there is no point creating a custom bespoke design when everyone knows how to use the simple design boon has.

Source:
 

LouisJW

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You straight up copied their design lol. Regardless of whether you ripped the code itself this is not a good piece of work because it’s not original but stolen from someone else.
Editing the CSS to make it the same as theirs but look like your own is easy to do, even if you're unfamiliar with CSS there is nothing the internet wont tell you about it, it would be a lot better if you put Tailwind to good use producing your very own design, you might then get less critique and more positive feedback.

I'm confused on you knowing HTML/CSS but still didn't just make your own design, even whilst it has been copied it is still relatively bare and extremely basic looking.
 

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Pabbo is a friendly and professional Habbo retro founded and developed by myself. We aim to host weekly ROTW, monthly COTW, and daily events to keep all users happy and enjoying the fun! We use Arcturus Emulator, hosted on an Ubuntu server using a custom Laravel CMS which was built by myself.

You start with 10,000 credits, 10,000 pixels, and 100 diamonds, to get the ball rolling with buying rares and building rooms. We also offer a diamonds section in the catalog where you can buy a few casino styles rares because we love a good ol' bet.

We have plenty more developments and improvements to come but check us out, give us feedback, and we all at Pabbo are looking forward to seeing you all :D









Good luck with the hotel :)
 

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Thread cleaned a little bit. Please refrain from going off-topic, else things end up becoming unnecessarily heated.
 

Funeh

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CMS looks great but you could spice it up a little bit to make it a bit more unique. I'm interested what you have planned in-game wise. Would be great to see some screenshots of in-game.
 

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Nov 29, 2020
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Just so I don't get any more comments about the style of the 'CMS'... The 'CMS' I built located , for anyone who wants to see the development, does not contain any edited CSS/HTML/PHP/JavaScript that Habboon has, it is as stated in the thread above, inspired by Habboons frontend, I didn't want to spend my time coming up with a design that I'll get sick of whilst developing. This does not mean that when I am finished developing the cms that I'll be sticking with this design, as I want people to use the CMS for their own projects, and when that time comes, I'll be recreating the frontend straight away.

So no, this is not a "boon CSS edit", it's a completely different CSS framework and a completely custom-built code base, based on Laravel and Vue, you can check out the code via this .

If you have any further comments about the CSS, please visit the development thread and not my advertising thread, it's about what's in the game than what is on the website. Thank you :)
 

LouisJW

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Just so I don't get any more comments about the style of the 'CMS'... The 'CMS' I built located , for anyone who wants to see the development, does not contain any edited CSS/HTML/PHP/JavaScript that Habboon has, it is as stated in the thread above, inspired by Habboons frontend, I didn't want to spend my time coming up with a design that I'll get sick of whilst developing. This does not mean that when I am finished developing the cms that I'll be sticking with this design, as I want people to use the CMS for their own projects, and when that time comes, I'll be recreating the frontend straight away.

So no, this is not a "boon CSS edit", it's a completely different CSS framework and a completely custom-built code base, based on Laravel and Vue, you can check out the code via this .

If you have any further comments about the CSS, please visit the development thread and not my advertising thread, it's about what's in the game than what is on the website. Thank you :)
"If you have any further comments about the CSS, please visit the development thread and not my advertising thread, it's about what's in the game than what is on the website. Thank you
:)
"

It's about both, the website is what users will first be granted with among visiting your link, if it isn't appealing them, e.g dull or whatever they're not gonna want to proceed further or try it out, think on that because from what I see at the moment there are spaces that could be filled and content that could be better organised, however I am not degrading your work I understand this is an on-going development & so on that note I wish you the best of luck with it.
 

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Nov 29, 2020
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"If you have any further comments about the CSS, please visit the development thread and not my advertising thread, it's about what's in the game than what is on the website. Thank you
:)
"

It's about both, the website is what users will first be granted with among visiting your link, if it isn't appealing them, e.g dull or whatever they're not gonna want to proceed further or try it out, think on that because from what I see at the moment there are spaces that could be filled and content that could be better organised, however I am not degrading your work I understand this is an on-going development & so on that note I wish you the best of luck with it.
Fair enough point, I'll rebuild the frontend
 

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