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  • How do you change Username color in CSS?

    Here the code for the username in main css:

    Code:
    /* ***** styling for 'big' usernames on postbit etc. ***** */
    .bigusername { font-size: 14pt; }
    I want the username to be white, I added font-color: #ffffff; which looks like this..

    Code:
    /* ***** styling for 'big' usernames on postbit etc. ***** */
    .bigusername { font-size: 14pt; font-color: #ffffff;   }
    After adding that.. shouldn't it suppose to work? I thought it would but turns out I was wrong.. how do you get it right? What's the issue here?

  • #2
    There's no such thing in CSS as font-color, so just use color.
    Lats...

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Lats View Post
      There's no such thing in CSS as font-color, so just use color.
      How would the code look like?
      Last edited by netblix; Thu 29th Jul '10, 4:52am.

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      • #4
        I did for usergroups and each group colors works as intended on FORUMHOME listing.. but I DON'T want the color to show in "postbit"..

        I want the username shown in postbit "white" for ALL usergroups. I even tried adding <font color="white">musername</font> in postbit templates but the usergroups color still show up.. so I thought main css color code would do the trick.. but guess not.

        Is there any other way to MAKE username in "postbit "white"?

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