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yeah, i tried adding the style elements from the main section and it worked in a way, but it wrapped the style around the whole thing so if i kept the mergin left at 130px it put the user name within the post section, and when i removed that obviously the style ran the whole length.
Basically i figure it is something to do with the way it is coded and i can’t alter php (break it, yes, alter it properly, no and I can live with how it is now, unless someone else has actually adressed this before and can post the steps to it…
Thanks though mate, appreciate the time.
Ha ha, figured it out. Don’t need to change a langauge tag at all, just make sure you change the name of the forum in the General Settings
I deleted the coded title and added my own HTML so i didn’t bother changing the General Setting. Still, if someone else has this issue i hope my initial stupidity and ultimate resolution helps someone else along the way
Hi, am really trying to sort this out. I’m assuming it can be altered in the language file, but i can’t find the language flle. Any pointers appreciated.
right, just uploaded the original style sheet and seen the issue.
basically, the initial design is such that the part of the post which has the users name is in white, so when the .alt tag makes it white the part of the post with the users name becomes white too, whereas i changes mine to black. In the original this looks fine, on mine it doesn’t.
I changed my .alt to grey and i can see that the code is such that the whole section changes to grey, including the user name bit, and the cute little curves on the post aren’t there.
So i guess i either have to live with it or somehow figure out how to make the .alt tag reflect the normal curved bit.
Still, at least the mystery is explained even if it isn’t resolved, and thanks for the pointer
thanks for that. Ok, i’m using the default template, I just changed it. I looked at a pre-edited version of the style sheet and the .alt div only has one element which is background-color which i haven’t changed.
Not to say that you aren’t correct, but not sure what to do about it if you are.
Any further ideas? I’m thinking the .alt only changes teh colour to white, rather than cream, so maybe another CSS element needs to be corrected?