Radiant Premium WoltLab Style Demo

Welcome to the demonstration site of the Radiant premium WoltLab style. Radiant is a clean and elegant WoltLab style that suits to any type of a community site. Radiant includes a manually-coded slider in the header; localStorage-based layout options for forum, articles, blog & filebase; organized User Account menu; revamp user profile page and among others. You may test its user functionality using the following login credentials:

  • USERNAME: WLUser
  • PASSWORD: WLPass

or you can register a new account. Take note though that any content created from WLUser or from any new accounts will be deleted from time to time as we deemed appropriate.

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  • The first class includes silicon, aluminium, sodium, manganese, and certain other rarer elements which sometimes are found in soils of some special type, or unusual origin. These elements seem to have no rôle to play in the nutrition of plants; although…
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  • WLUser Liked Gazmir’s post in the thread Light and Its Importance To The Plant.

    Practically all that has been said in the first chapter relates to what plants are, their organs, or what we may call the architecture or plan of their framework. But what they do with this elaborate structure is as important as what we do with a house…
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  • Calcium is an essential plant food element but its physiological use has not yet been definitely established. It seems to stimulate root-development, and certainly gives vigor and tone to the whole plant. It is commonly believed that calcium is in some…
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  • Practically all that has been said in the first chapter relates to what plants are, their organs, or what we may call the architecture or plan of their framework. But what they do with this elaborate structure is as important as what we do with a house…
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  • Horchatoso Liked Gazmir’s post in the thread A Shrub of the Ericaceæ.

    Taking first the families that all have a superior ovary, we must, for lack of space, exclude most of them from here. A few of the most important, or typical, after the Ericaceæ, are:
    • Primulaceæ—Primrose family. All herbs in which the stamens are as
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  • WLUser Liked the article The Prothonotary Yellow Warblers.

    Quite a long name for such small birds—don’t you think so? You will have to get your teacher to repeat it several times, before you learn it. These little yellow warblers are just as happy as the pair of wrens I showed you in April “Birds.”
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  • WLUser Replied to the thread The Condensation of Formaldehyde Into Sugars.



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  • WLUser Liked Benedikt’s post in the thread Groups of Carbohydrates.

    In recent years, as a matter of scientific interest, many sugar-like substances which contain from two to nine carbon atoms combined with the proper number of hydrogen and oxygen atoms to be equivalent to the same number of molecules of water in each…
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  • WLUser Commented on article The Golden Pheasant.

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