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Post by pexa on August 29th 2015, 2:37 pm

When i ban member i want that other members when visit his profile know ...how to do it ?

Written banned or something ?

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Re: BAnned

Post by brandon_g on August 29th 2015, 2:40 pm

You could add a rank called banned if you want? Then give the banned user the rank. Smile


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Re: BAnned

Post by Guest on August 29th 2015, 3:23 pm

Yea, pretty much what brad said. You could also customize the "Banned" rank with color code.

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Re: BAnned

Post by pexa on August 29th 2015, 6:08 pm

how to do this : Banned

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Re: BAnned

Post by Klemen on August 29th 2015, 7:23 pm

@pexa wrote:how to do this : Banned

1. Go to AP > Users & Groups > Rank Administration > Add new rank
name the rank:
Code:
<span id="banned">Banned</span>
Select 'yes' on 'Set as Special Rank'
Hit save.

2. Go to AP > Display > Pictures & Colors > Colors and select the 'CSS stylesheet' and add the following code:
Code:
#banned{
    text-decoration: line-through;
}
Hit save.

And you're done Smile


Then when you ban a member, don't forget to give him the 'Banned' rank title.






On a second note: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ko7dw4DFtnU

Adding unneccessary symbols over the clear text can add an unwanted (or contrary) meaning. Words with lines drawn over them usually mean that what is written is not true, so in your case a line through 'banned' makes me go: "not banned...?"

It's your decision though.

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Re: BAnned

Post by brandon_g on August 29th 2015, 8:47 pm

@Klemen wrote:
@pexa wrote:how to do this : Banned

1. Go to AP > Users & Groups > Rank Administration > Add new rank
name the rank:
Code:
<span id="banned">Banned</span>
Select 'yes' on 'Set as Special Rank'
Hit save.

2. Go to AP > Display > Pictures & Colors > Colors and select the 'CSS stylesheet' and add the following code:
Code:
#banned{
    text-decoration: line-through;
}
Hit save.

And you're done Smile


Then when you ban a member, don't forget to give him the 'Banned' rank title.






On a second note: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ko7dw4DFtnU

Adding unneccessary symbols over the clear text can add an unwanted (or contrary) meaning. Words with lines drawn over them usually mean that what is written is not true, so in your case a line through 'banned' makes me go: "not banned...?"

It's your decision though.


I think the topic starter meant they want the username of the banned user (example: brandon_g) to be crossed out. I have seen this done on other forums.


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Re: BAnned

Post by Klemen on August 29th 2015, 9:37 pm

@brandon_g wrote:I think the topic starter meant they want the username of the banned user (example: brandon_g) to be crossed out. I have seen this done on other forums.

Well... that makes way more sense haha

In that case, forget anything I said above and do the following:

1. Go to AP > Users & Groups > Group Administration > Create new group. Then fill the fields:

Group name: Banned (or whatever you want)
Group moderator: yourself
Group member color: set a unique color, something that you won't use on your forum (this color won't be visible to anyone). And then copy that color (you'll need it in step 2!)
Group status : Closed group
Group auto subscribe: no
Hit save.


2. Go to AP > Display > Pictures and Colors > Colors > CSS Stylesheet and paste the following code:
Code:
a span[style="color:banned-group-color"]{
  color: FF00F7 !important; /* banned username color */
  text-decoration: line-through;
}
Replace the 'banned-group-color' in the code with whatever you set the color of the banned group to in step 1. And then under 'color' you can set your own color in which the banned usernames will appear.

And you have to add that member to the banned group once you ban him.


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Extra:

Now you will also have a group name on the button of the forum named 'Banned' in its original color. To make it like this: "Banned", you go again to your CSS and put in this code:

Code:
a[href="LINK"]{
    color: black !important;
    text-decoration: line-through;
}
In order to get the 'LINK'. Go to your homepage and click on the group 'Banned' where your groups are listed. Then it will take you to the page of the group. Copy the link of that page and then remove the part of your forum name. Example: if the link you just copied is 'http://www.blabla.com/g5-banned', then what you need to put as the 'LINK' in the above code is '/g5-banned'. So your code in the end looks something like this:

Code:
a[href="/g5-banned"]{
    color: black !important;
    text-decoration: line-through;
}

Don't forget to submit the CSS.

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Re: BAnned

Post by pexa on September 2nd 2015, 12:35 pm

@Klemen
Ne radi./Dont work.
Ovaj kod za grupu Bannedgrupu radi,ali ovaj za banned usernamene radi.
This code for group bannedworks,but for bannedusernamedont work.

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Re: BAnned

Post by Klemen on September 2nd 2015, 1:07 pm

Pozdrav,

Make sure that the group color and the color in the code is written EXACTLY the same. That means, if the letters are upper-case in group color, then they must upper-case in the CSS code I gave you above as well. This should make the line-through work.

If you're still having some troubles then please give us your forum address.


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Re: BAnned

Post by SLGray on September 2nd 2015, 8:50 pm

@pexa wrote:@Klemen
Ne radi./Dont work.
Ovaj kod za grupu Bannedgrupu radi,ali ovaj za banned usernamene radi.
This code for group bannedworks,but for bannedusernamedont work.
Please don't use bold or color and keep to the default text. This is reserved for the staff for moderation.


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