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Post by Landshark on Fri 8 Jun - 23:22

https://help.forumotion.com/t109569-how-to-change-a-user-s-color

I've already had my question answered, but I was told that if my website had the same problem to post. Look on the link yourself. The nickname of the user I'm trying to change is Neon.

I copied and pasted the code given on the link, updated the color to something different and now its simply not changing. Did I put the code in wrong or is my website broken (if thats possible)?

a[href="/u4"]{
color: #E6FE80 !important;
}

-Thats how I put it in my css-
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Post by SLGray on Fri 8 Jun - 23:35

Is this the same user or a different user? If it is a different user, then the /u4 needs to be changed to that new user.


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Post by Landshark on Sat 9 Jun - 0:22

No its the same user, I made sure on the url link for the number.
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Post by SLGray on Sat 9 Jun - 0:27

Could you post the forum address again please?


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Post by Landshark on Sat 9 Jun - 0:41

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Post by SLGray on Sat 9 Jun - 0:42

What color does Neon suppose to be?


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Post by Landshark on Sat 9 Jun - 0:47

I will change the settings real quick

Edit; you should be able to see it now
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Post by SLGray on Sat 9 Jun - 0:50

What color does it suppose to be?


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Post by Landshark on Sat 9 Jun - 0:52

A yellow-green color.
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Post by SLGray on Sat 9 Jun - 1:12

The reason why Neon is not changing is because that member in a colorized usergroup.


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Post by Landshark on Sat 9 Jun - 1:14

That makes sense now.
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Post by SLGray on Sat 9 Jun - 1:16

Glad I could help.

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