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  • Aaron Freed
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    Originally posted by Loyalty4Life
    I don't mean to question you, but how confident are you that the code works?
    Quite. I use something similar on my own site in several style sets, although I don't use the bolding bit.

    To make it affect bbcode links, you'd have to make the post table fall whatever custom class you wanted, which you'd do by editing the postbit template. You'd probably have to end up editing the privatemessage template and announcementbit templates as well.

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  • Zachery
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    however how do you make it effect bbcode links? ;P

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  • Loyalty4Life
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    I don't mean to question you, but how confident are you that the code works?

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  • Aaron Freed
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    this should go in the CSS header of your posts, I think

    A:link {color: whatever; text-decoration: whatever; font-weight: bold;}
    A:visited {color: whatever; text-decoration: whatever; font-weight: bold;}
    A:hover {color: whatever; text-decoration: whatever; font-weight: bold;}
    A:active {color: whatever; text-decoration: whatever; font-weight: bold;}

    If you want different styled links on the same page, do this:

    .blarg A:link {color: whatever; text-decoration: whatever; font-weight: bold;}
    .blarg A:visited {color: whatever; text-decoration: whatever; font-weight: bold;}
    .blarg A:hover {color: whatever; text-decoration: whatever; font-weight: bold;}
    .blarg A:active {color: whatever; text-decoration: whatever; font-weight: bold;}

    and then put

    class="blarg"

    somewhere in your link code (i.e. <a href="wherever" class="blarg">)

    obviously, "whatever" and "wherever" shoudl be replaced by actual values. accepted stuff for text-decoration is none, underline, overline, line-through, and any combination of the last three. colours... well, I'm sure you know how to use that :P

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  • Loyalty4Life
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    Could a vBulletin designer help me out?

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  • Loyalty4Life
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    Originally posted by Faranth
    where did you post it?
    http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=58644

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  • Zachery
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    where did you post it?

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  • Loyalty4Life
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    Originally posted by Faranth
    i belive you would need to edit the bbcode file to do this in vb2 :\ ask at vb.org
    I have. They are being unreceptive and aren't respond to my thread.

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  • Zachery
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    i belive you would need to edit the bbcode file to do this in vb2 :\ ask at vb.org

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  • Loyalty4Life
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    Any help, please? I know it's possible. I just need someone to help me out.

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  • Loyalty4Life
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    I know what you're talking about. My Site Technician made ALL the links green and bolded, which I don't really care for too much. He's doing a good job with the work he's putting in, and I appreciate that.

    http://www.basketballboards.net/foru...542&forumid=14

    Check this thread out. My link was bolded and colored, and the rest of the links on the page are not affected.

    Does anything know how to do this?

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  • Zachery
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    it would effect all links

    with out modifying the files i dunno if id be possible for just posted links >.>

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  • Loyalty4Life
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    Could you tell me what to modify? I'd really appreciate it.

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  • Zachery
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    its just setting atributes to the CSS / Style sytem

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  • Loyalty4Life
    started a topic Automatically having links bold and colored.

    Automatically having links bold and colored.

    Hello.

    Whenever someone posts a link, it's just plain and sometimes hard to notice. I'd like the links to be automatically bolded and have this color = #044900.

    I know this can be done, as I have seen it on another vB forum, which uses 2.2.6. I have 2.3.2.

    Thanks for any help you can offer.
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