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Dec 4 2016, 09:29 PM
Okay so I successfully used the HTML templates to skin a skin! I even fixed a bunch of hiccups that showed up once people started posting. However, I can not get rid of the >> before sub sub forums. I've tried it all, and I got them gone on the main page, but any sub sub forums still have them and it totally messes everything up! Is there a macro I can add for Sub Sub Forums? The new post, no new post thing?http://bloodrush.jcink.net
If you look under Stake Your Claims, and then under Accepted you can see it on the subforums.
Jun 24 2015, 07:03 AM
I feel really stupid, but I was going through old boards and I wanted to check on one I took offline, I can't log in! I tried the usual admin names but none of them are working. Any chance you can get lost usernames emailed to you?http://beyondenchanted.b1.jcink.com/
Apr 12 2014, 01:07 AM
This is silly and I'm sure it's again a matter of me coding too late at night. For some reason, my forum title links aren't working. The first one is, the rest won't hover or link if you click on them. I've tried moving my mouse around and it only seems to work as a link in one tiny section of the row4 b. The very left, even if there's no words there.
I am not sure what I did and I double checked my coding against other sites I've coded and it works fine on. http://moonspell.b1.jcink.com
I want to keep them centered as they are, but am not sure why they aren't working as links!
Sep 1 2013, 11:13 PM
I don't know if this has ever been requested but i think it could be useful. Many times we send out mass emails each month and get one or two people that are no longer part of the site wondering why! They aren't able to delete their own accounts and so have to either search for a forgotten account or ask staff to delete them for them. Which isn't too big a deal for us but I know some places just don't remember, or get to it. Anyway, it would be helpful if people that register an account could somehow delete their own account should they wish to.
Forcing people to stay members of forums just to keep your numbers up is kind of a pain, especially in advertising when you want to know how active or busy a place is and there's hundreds of members but looking into it, no one is actually around anymore.