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Which Stylevar is associated with the login/logout font in the top right corner?

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  • HMBeaty
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    I THINK this is what you're looking for. Hard to tell from your picture. Try adding this to your additional.css template:
    PHP Code:
    .toplinks ul.isuser li a {
        
    color#000000;

    EDIT: oops, forgot to change the color

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  • Andy
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    Perhaps this will help.

    https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/show...-using-Firebug

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  • Tommy327
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    Someone else must have come across this problem. It's the font color that needs to be changed from white to black or something darker. Maybe this option is not located in the stylevar section?

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  • Tommy327
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    I hope so. I haven't had any trouble finding the other stylevars I was looking for but this one stumped me. Thanks for taking the time to look.

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  • josiah
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    I cannot make it out but I'm sure help is not far away.

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  • Tommy327
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    Strange. I can view the embedded picture from my end. Here's a direct link to where I have it hosted on photobucket:

    http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i1...y/stylevar.jpg

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  • josiah
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    All I see is this...............Click image for larger version

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  • Which Stylevar is associated with the login/logout font in the top right corner?

    I'm having trouble altering the stylevar for the info on the top right of the header. It's fine before users login, but after login, the white font blends with the background. See the screen shot below for an illustration.

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