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reply separator line (to faint)

Post by rimzie on Mon Jan 23 2012, 14:58

When people reply to messages in the forum you can hardly see the separator line. i would like to make this a darker blue..is this possible..?

here is my link

i would upload a screenshot but dont know how to ://

www.yellowbadgesuburban.forumotion.co.uk

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Re: reply separator line (to faint)

Post by Guest on Mon Jan 23 2012, 15:19

With the script below, you'll change your full wrap color:
Code:
#wrap {
background-color: #0000A0;
}
But, if you dislike it, you can change post color:
Code:
.post .row1, .post .row2{
background-color: #0000A0;
}
Spoiler:

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Re: reply separator line (to faint)

Post by rimzie on Mon Jan 23 2012, 15:23

Gassy wrote:With the script below, you'll change your full wrap color:
Code:
#wrap {
background-color: #0000A0;
}
But, if you dislike it, you can change post color:
Code:
.post .row1, .post .row2{
background-color: #0000A0;
}
Spoiler:

And what are the steps to do this? Sorry im just getting use to all this. great help

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Re: reply separator line (to faint)

Post by buddylee0927 on Mon Jan 23 2012, 16:29

Admin panel -> Display -> Colors (Under Pictures & Colors on the left side) -> CSS Stylesheet -> copy and paste the above and hit submit.

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Re: reply separator line (to faint)

Post by rimzie on Mon Jan 23 2012, 17:06

Ive done this and i still cant get a darker separtor from each individual post?

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Re: reply separator line (to faint)

Post by buddylee0927 on Tue Jan 24 2012, 15:27

@rimzie wrote:Ive done this and i still cant get a darker separtor from each individual post?

I just noticed this is a problem on my own forum. The posts run together because the background is black. I'm waiting to see how this is resolved as well.

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