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  • Doug Nelson
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    This doesn't work for secondary usergroups? I added the markup just like in the helpfile to a secondary usergroup, but noticed no changes.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    I am seeing users with RGB (0,0,238) a bright blue. Andrew would be an example of this. I also see RGB (0, 153, 187) a darker cyan.

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  • Leon_Armageddon
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    Yeah that is how it supposed to be worked out
    *edited*
    For now all the colours show up except the professional rank which is supposed to appear in blue but is not appearing for one of my member.
    Last edited by Leon_Armageddon; Fri 31st Oct '08, 2:36pm.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    I show Armageddon as red (255,0,0), xcalibate as a hot pink (255,0,170), Axeral as a yellow (255,255,0), and various users in a dark green (102,153,0). Are these the colors you are supposed to have?

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  • Leon_Armageddon
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    www.neodestiny.net

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  • Wayne Luke
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    A link to your site so we can see what you are trying to do.

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  • Leon_Armageddon
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    What link do you mean?

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Do you have a link?

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  • Leon_Armageddon
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    OK i have a problem now. When i insert the code, i have a colour chart which has all the codes for every colours so for like super mod the colour should be pink. I inserted the pink colour code into the html link but when i check it does not show up anything.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Yes, you would insert the code there.

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  • Leon_Armageddon
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    You can assign HTML to usernames under Usergroups -> Usergroup Manager. Edit the appropriate usergroups and add the HTML into the boxes for HTML markup. The first box is for HTML before the username and the second box is for HTML after the username.
    When i clicked on the respective usergroup: Username HTML Markup (Specify an opening and closing HTML tag with which to display the names of users in this group. This applies to names that appear on Logged-in Users, Who's Online, Users Browsing Forum, Users Browsing Thread, Posts, Member List etc.)>>>>Do i paste the code here?
    Originally posted by Ohiosweetheart View Post
    And just in case you didn't know it, the correct html code would be -

    Left block -
    HTML Code:
    <span style="color: #9F0505;">
    Right clock -
    HTML Code:
    </span>
    See above.

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  • Leon_Armageddon
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    Thanks im trying to login to my admin cp now to get this done.

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  • Ohiosweetheart
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    And just in case you didn't know it, the correct html code would be -

    Left block -
    HTML Code:
    <span style="color: #9F0505;">
    Right clock -
    HTML Code:
    </span>

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  • Leon_Armageddon
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    Ok thanks i start working on it now.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    You can assign HTML to usernames under Usergroups -> Usergroup Manager. Edit the appropriate usergroups and add the HTML into the boxes for HTML markup. The first box is for HTML before the username and the second box is for HTML after the username.

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