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HTML in "Site Name?"

Post by itoh on June 6th 2011, 7:12 am

Can I use HTML for "Site name" in General Configuration?
When I use <font face=arial color=maroon size=4> it will show as that when I look at the Forum.
However, when I go back into the General/Configuration, I see that it has gone back to the original "Site Name."

How can I change the size, color and font face of the "Site Name" and have it remain like that?

Is that possible?

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Re: HTML in "Site Name?"

Post by Nera. on June 6th 2011, 8:55 am

Hi,

You can change/customize your site name through CSS.

What is your forum version?

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Re: HTML in "Site Name?"

Post by alicez on June 6th 2011, 4:29 pm

@Nera. wrote:Hi,

You can change/customize your site name through CSS.

What is your forum version?


How do I find the Forum Version?

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Re: HTML in "Site Name?"

Post by Nera. on June 6th 2011, 4:35 pm

You can give me a link and I'll tell you or you can look in your Admin panel >> Display >> Right side, you'll see written forum version XY

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Re: HTML in "Site Name?"

Post by itoh on June 6th 2011, 11:41 pm

@Nera. wrote:Hi,

You can change/customize your site name through CSS.

What is your forum version?

@Nera. wrote:You can give me a link and I'll tell you or you can look in your Admin panel >> Display >> Right side, you'll see written forum version XY


Thank you.
I see: Theme version = phpBB2 (subsilver)
Is that whast you wanted?

(P.S. I did not receive an email notification for your previous post. Hope I receive one when you answer this time. Thank you.)

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Re: HTML in "Site Name?"

Post by Nera. on June 6th 2011, 11:48 pm

Try this. Find it in your CSS (Admin panel >> Display >> Colors >> CSS) and change settings to the one you like.
If you have an empty CSS table add it to CSS.

Code:
.maintitle, .maintitle h1 {
    color: #536482;
    font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif,Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;
    font-size: 22px;
    font-weight: 700;
    line-height: 120%;
    text-decoration: none;
}

That means, change color code to the one you like, font size etc.

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Re: HTML in "Site Name?"

Post by itoh on June 7th 2011, 3:57 am

Thank you.

I notice you have #536482, which I believe it a gray color. But my color remains Maroon (which is what I wanted), even though your code has #536482. Why is that?
I refreshed a few times and saw the color did come back grayish; so I changed the code to #800000 and now it does stay MAROON. Think that solves that problem.

I did change the 22px to 28px and that did increase the font size, which is what I needed.

Can I also change the line under that Main title? The Site Description? I would also like to have it BOLD. I did go to General Configuration and did type in <Strong> in the Site Description and the wording does look Bold now. Was that the proper way to change that 2nd line (Site Description)? It seems to have worked (fingers crossed).

color: #536482; to #800000
px: 22 to 28

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Re: HTML in "Site Name?"

Post by Nera. on June 7th 2011, 10:09 am

You'd have to show me your forum for other answers. The main thing is that you have it as you want it Smile

For site description try ->
Find this in overall_header template
Code:
<span class="gen">{SITE_DESCRIPTION}
replace it with this
Code:
<span class="opis">{SITE_DESCRIPTION}
Save and PUBLISH template on the green cross.

Than add this to CSS
Code:
.opis {
    color: #800000;
    font-size: 28px;
    font-weight: bold;
}

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