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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  • Much study has been given during recent years to the question of the supposed poisonous, or toxic, effects upon plants of various soil constituents. There seems to be no doubt that certain organic compounds which are injurious to plant life are often…
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  • WLUser Replied to the thread Inorganic Plant Toxins and Stimulants.

    test -> test 2 -> test3
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  • WLUser Replied to the thread Plant Families and Orders.

    The flight of the owl is softened by means of especially shaped, recurved feather-tips, so that he may noiselessly steal upon his prey, and the ear is also so shaped as to gather sounds from below.
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  • WLUser Wrote a comment on WLUser’s wall.

    The habits of the Long-Eared Owl are nocturnal. He is seldom seen in the light of day, and is greatly disturbed if he chance to issue from his concealment while the sun is above the horizon.
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  • WLUser Commented on article The Long-Eared Golden Owl.

    The owl is of great usefulness to gardener, agriculturist, and landowner alike, for there is not another bird of prey which is so great a destroyer of the enemies of vegetation.
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  • WLUser Posted the thread “Black Sheep” of the Owl Family.

    The facial disk is very conspicuous in this species. It is said that the use of this circle is to collect the rays of light, and throw them upon the eye. The flight of the owl is softened by means of especially shaped, recurved feather-tips, so that he…
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  • WLUser Replied to the thread Inorganic Plant Toxins and Stimulants.

    (Quote from Benedikt)

    The exact nature of the physiological effects which are produced by these mineral toxins is not clearly understood; indeed, it is probably different in the case of different metals.
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