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  • Ace
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    Originally posted by Amaury25 View Post
    Exactly.

    Anytime you want to change something for only one part of the forum, such as links in the postbit, use the additional.css template.
    Seems more that, if you only want it to change in one part, you change it in that one part's template.

    If you want a global change, use additional.css.

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  • Amaury
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    Originally posted by Matthew Gordon View Post
    Yeah, pretty much. It's generally easier to just use additional.css for that purpose, but in this case it becomes necessary to use a more page-specific approach since adding that to additional.css changes other areas that you don't want changed.
    Exactly.

    Anytime you want to change something for only one part of the forum, such as links in the postbit, use the additional.css template.

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  • Matthew Gordon
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    Yeah, pretty much. It's generally easier to just use additional.css for that purpose, but in this case it becomes necessary to use a more page-specific approach since adding that to additional.css changes other areas that you don't want changed.

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  • dadoc
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    Thanks Matthew it did work,

    just to confirm this edit, if you edit a template by adding css as I have above to </head> tag
    will this override the main css?

    Because this is a great way to specifically edit something.

    is this correct if I validate it? or a bit of a cheat. Either way I like it.

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  • Matthew Gordon
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    Try putting the same code in the same place in the MEMBERINFO template. Not completely sure that will work, so let me know.

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  • dadoc
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    thanks for your reply Matthew,

    What about Member 'Profile' user info Block ?

    what template?

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  • Matthew Gordon
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    Instead of adding the code to additional.css, edit your BLOG template. Find the following:
    Code:
    </head>
    Add this above it:
    Code:
    	<style type="text/css">
    		#sidebar_container a
    		{
    			color: rgb(178,34,34);
    		}
    	</style>
    Change the color code to whatever you want, of course.

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  • dadoc
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    I did try this but it also changes the font color of the side column widget titles on my forum home page.

    I didnt think it would but it does, any ideas on a fix for this

    thanks

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  • ENF
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    Originally posted by dadoc View Post
    Is this for the font colour? because thats all I want to change,
    see in the attachment- the dark font ?
    Yes, it changes the font color.

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  • dadoc
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    Originally posted by ENF View Post
    Add this to your additional CSS template:

    Code:
    #sidebar_container a
    {
        color: rgb(178,34,34);
    }
    Change the color obviously to whatever you'd like. Note, this will also change any side blocks you are using. (forum sidebar, etc)
    Is this for the font colour? because thats all I want to change,
    see in the attachment- the dark font ?

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  • ENF
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    Add this to your additional CSS template:

    Code:
    #sidebar_container a
    {
        color: rgb(178,34,34);
    }
    Change the color obviously to whatever you'd like. Note, this will also change any side blocks you are using. (forum sidebar, etc)
    Last edited by ENF; Sat 7th Apr '12, 9:15pm.

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  • dadoc
    started a topic [Forum] Userinfo Block

    Userinfo Block

    Hello,

    I am having trouble finding the right way to edit the font in my blog/forum user info block,

    I want to change font colour in the Block, I think if I edit it to white it will also edit the other links on the page like the

    "comments" and "Rate This Entry" among others

    Can I edit just the font colour thats is inside the 'Blue' Block In the screenshot provided?

    Or can I add additional css to do this edit?

    Thanks For helping me out
    I will return the favor if I can one day

    Ryan

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