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Post by LostLegend on September 17th 2011, 12:58 am

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For the ranks, I have the names already in the images that go underneath. In order to make the site look smoother, I'd like to know if there is a way, via CSS or anything, that hides the rank name but shows the image.

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Post by TruthSayer on September 17th 2011, 3:18 am

Hi! Where you name the ranks in the AP, put the code below in the name, without the spaces. That should hide the name.

Code:
& n b s p ;

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Post by ankillien on September 17th 2011, 3:50 am

@TruthSayer wrote:Hi! Where you name the ranks in the AP, put the code below in the name, without the spaces. That should hide the name.

Code:
& n b s p ;

I think there should not be space between the characters, it should be like this...

Code:

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Post by DarkBlade on September 17th 2011, 3:53 am

@ankillien wrote:
@TruthSayer wrote:Hi! Where you name the ranks in the AP, put the code below in the name, without the spaces. That should hide the name.

Code:
& n b s p ;

I think there should not be space between the characters, it should be like this...

Code:

Even in the code it still makes it disappear he has it spaced out so it can be seen. But yes there should be NO spaces in it.

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Post by LostLegend on September 17th 2011, 9:38 am

I entered it so I have, for example, Head Admin & nbsp; (no spaces in the & nbsp;) but the name still displays.

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Post by Guest on September 17th 2011, 10:02 am

Try to add more & nbsp; (with no space)

And, the result is....

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Post by Guest on September 17th 2011, 10:17 am


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Post by LostLegend on September 17th 2011, 9:10 pm

Thanks, solved.

EDIT: This creates a major issue. Without being able to see the name of the title, how does one promote other people to other ranks?

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Post by Nera. on September 18th 2011, 12:02 am

Randomly loul
They are set by order of creation.

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Post by Guest on September 18th 2011, 12:52 am

Image-based ranks have many problems, as you're finding out. I've always found it better to create text-based ranks and use the wonders of CSS to make them look great. For example, consider this rank:

Code:
<div class="rk1">Administrator</div>
You could make that rank look any way you want with CSS rules for the .rk1 class name. Add a background image. Use CSS3 enhancements like box-shadow and text-shadow for 3-D effects. The possibilities are endless. And unlike image-based ranks, you have control over the size and positioning of the rank without altering the rank itself.

And the rank name would show up in the ACP, so you would know what it was. Wink


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