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The template of the profile view

Okay, so I didn't understand at first, so we'll go back with display: flex ^^
Here you go:

Code:
#pun-visit {
  display: flex;
  justify-content: center; }

#pun-visit > p, #pun-visit ul {
  float: none !important;
  width: auto;
  text-align: center;
  margin: 0 1%;
}


Again, don't forget to remove (or replace with the above code) your current custom CSS that targets the #pun-visit and its children.
by mSyx
on June 27th 2020, 6:25 pm
 
Search in: Scripts Problems Archives
Topic: The template of the profile view
Replies: 25
Views: 669

The template of the profile view

@M.I. The following CSS seems to fix the issue:

Code:
#pun-visit {
  display: block; }

#pun-visit > p, #pun-visit ul {
  display: inline-block;
  width: 50%;
  vertical-align: top; }


Don't forget to remove any custom CSS of yours that target #pun-visit, #pun-visit > p and/or #pun-visit ul
by mSyx
on June 27th 2020, 5:06 pm
 
Search in: Scripts Problems Archives
Topic: The template of the profile view
Replies: 25
Views: 669

The template of the profile view

I have aligned the items in the tool box (#pun-visit) to the center, but dont work properly because the loginfo item (<p>{LOGGED_AS}. {LAST_VISIT_DATE}</p>) blocks the positioning, though I deleted it from all templates but in the profile page it is still active, even so I deleted from profile_view_body too.

If it would be only in profile page I would let it, but unfortunately it affects all pages and spoils the positioning everywhere, it looks so bad. All I want just ordinary center align by any means.
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by M.I.
on June 25th 2020, 8:17 am
 
Search in: Scripts Problems Archives
Topic: The template of the profile view
Replies: 25
Views: 669

Mobile version background Error

Technical Details

Forum version : #PunBB
Position : Founder
Concerned browser(s) : Safari
Screenshot of problem : https://servimg.com/view/19241541/11
Who the problem concerns : All members
When the problem appeared : 14th June 2015
Forum link : http://www.PanBlaze.com/

Description of problem

CSS Code:


Hi, I installed a theme and its working completely fine on Computer but not working properly on Mobile.

I tried replacing code to the orignal one then it was working fine but when i am updating new CSS Code, it seems error in bacground.

Humble request guys, can someone guide me with proper script for mobile version.

Regards
by DadyKing
on June 15th 2015, 8:44 am
 
Search in: Garbage
Topic: Mobile version background Error
Replies: 4
Views: 9846

CSS Tutorial for your forums

CSS Tutorial for your forums



Quick CSS tutorial to make your forum look smarter.

Throughout the forum CSS has been referred to, to make text larger, smaller and to
align text and tables however it can also be used to clean and hide
certain parts of the forum. Relatively easy to use, CSS only hides the
forum sections to make it look cleaner rather than deleting sections
just in case you change your mind later.

1. Log into your forum and access the “Administrator Panel
2. Select “Display
3. Select “Colors
4. You should now be able to select the “CSS Style Sheet” tab

! The sheet will be blank if you have not used this before!


5. Once you selected the relevant text from below simply add the text to this section and press “Submit”, this will be reflected on your forum immediately.

Phpbb2:

Hide "Who Is Online" Text:
Spoiler:


Hide "Time & Date, legend bar and text":
Spoiler:




Phpbb3:

Hide "Legend bar"
Spoiler:


Hide "Stats"
Spoiler:


Hide "Last post"
Spoiler:


Hide "Navbar"
Spoiler:


Punbb:


Hide "Legend Bar"
Spoiler:


Hide "Online list"
Spoiler:


Hide "Time & Date"
Spoiler:


Change "navigation background colour"

Colour background:
Spoiler:


Or

Image background:
Spoiler:


Craig


by Nessa
on July 23rd 2008, 12:12 pm
 
Search in: Tips & Tricks
Topic: CSS Tutorial for your forums
Replies: 1
Views: 12665

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