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Post Gradient for a Certain Member

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In progress Post Gradient for a Certain Member

Post by Jellydonut on June 11th 2012, 2:38 am

I know you can give an entire group a post gradient, but is there any way to give it to a specific member?

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In progress Re: Post Gradient for a Certain Member

Post by Sir Chivas™ on June 11th 2012, 2:55 am

Hi. Hello
You do it by giving the rank to that certain member.



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In progress Re: Post Gradient for a Certain Member

Post by Jellydonut on June 19th 2012, 6:47 pm

Um, I'm really bad at coding, can you just post the code that I would need to do it?

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In progress Re: Post Gradient for a Certain Member

Post by Nera. on June 19th 2012, 10:32 pm

Any member you want to give the gradient background too has to have a special rank assigned. Groups have them but you can assign a special rank individualy to a member.

Than you wrap his rank with a class named differently than otheres.

This is explained assuming you used this procedure http://www.malware-site.www/forum/index.php/topic/135-how-to-change-the-post-background-color-of-a-specific-user/
Classes I changed are the red ones.

For example:

<span class="individual">Rank title here</span>

And than your script will look like this:

$(function() {
$('tr.post:has(".individual") td').css('background-color','#000');
});

The procedure there will display wierd for gradient since it's based on TD's. If you say you know how too do it for groups do your procedure but just change the names of the classes like I did here.

If you don't know it I'll post a new procedure for gradient BG on BB2.

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