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Nov 3 2016, 12:04 PM
Hi! So I used to use black's CFS for styling my forums. This is the code I had for styling them so that every forum had a different image. (I used forum descriptions for quick links and forum info and then made a separate div style for forum description-pictures)

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#forums .rvcfspic { border-radius: 360px; -moz-border-radius: 360px; -webkit-border-radius: 360px; width: 120px; height: 120px; border: 3px solid #ddb5cd; position: absolute; margin-top:-65px; margin-left: -45px; background-image:url(http://s15.postimg.org/qwxzbqpkr/Lighthouse.png); background-size: cover; }

div#row-1 .rvcfspic { background: url(http://s15.postimg.org/ys8iqjz7f/showforum1.png); background-size: cover; }
div#row-3 .rvcfspic { background: url(http://s22.postimg.org/4widhfxpd/showforum3.png); background-size: cover; } div#row-4 .rvcfspic { background: url(http://s15.postimg.org/63vknbx17/showforum4.png); background-size: cover; }
div#row-5 .rvcfspic { background: url(http://s15.postimg.org/45owpc4jf/showforum5.png); background-size: cover; }
div#row-6 .rvcfspic { background: url(http://s15.postimg.org/z3ukh2517/showforum6.png); background-size: cover; }
div#row-7 .rvcfspic { background: url(http://s15.postimg.org/wrhz5q323/showforum7.png); background-size: cover; }
....and so on.......


Basically, what happened was that every forum had its own picture through CSS.

Since migrating to HTML Templates, I haven't been able to mirror this feature with a new code, if anyone can help me, that'd be great. does "div#row...." work for HTML Templates's Forum Rows? I tried #row-1 without the "div" that didn't work either.

I referenced this tutorial on rpg directory that helped me last time, but that page is no longer available when I googled "Multiple CFS Styles,"


this is my code at the moment:

CODE
.cfspic { width: 120px; height: 120px; background-image: url(http://placehold.it/120x120); background-size: cover; border: 5px solid fff; outline: 1px solid #f8f8f8;  }
div#row-1 .cfspic { background: url(http://s15.postimg.org/ys8iqjz7f/Admin_Section_2.png); background-size: cover; }
div#row-3 .cfspic {.... so on
Oct 19 2016, 11:10 AM
I am trying to use g-<!-- |g_id| --> to target member group colors for my mini-profile and main profile. Not sure if I am doing it right, but it seemed to be working earlier and now it's not anymore.

MINI-PROFILE:
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<div id="g-<!-- |g_id| -->"><center><div class="mp2"><div class="mpname"><a href='index.php?showuser=<!-- |id| -->'><!-- |author_name| --></a></div></div><div class="mp1"><div class="mp3"><div class="mp4"><div class="mp4a"><div class="mp4c"><span><!-- |field_2| --></span> years old</div><div class="mp4c"><!-- |field_3| --></div> AT <div class="mp4c"><!-- |field_12| --></div><div class="mp4c">played by <span><!-- |field_1| --></span></div><div class="mp4c"><span><!-- |posts| --></span> posts <i class="fa fa-rocket" style="margin: 0px 3px;"></i> <span><!-- |status| --></span></div><div class="mp4b" style="background-image: url(<!-- |field_14| -->);"></div><div class="mp4c"><span><!-- |field_9| --></span> </div><div class="mp4c"><span><!-- |field_17| --></span> </div><div class="mp4c">goes by <span><!-- |field_4| --></span> </div></div></div></div><div class="mpbg" style="background-image: url(http://placehold.it/250x400)"><img src="<!-- |field_13| -->"></div></div>
<div class="mp4d"><a href="index.php?act=Search&CODE=getalluser&mid=<!-- |id| -->"><i class="fa fa-pencil"><small>View Posts</small></i></a><a href="<!-- |field_7| -->"><i class="fa fa-star"><small>shipper</small></i></a><a href="<!-- |field_15| -->"><i class="fa fa-user"><small>wanted</small></i></a><a href="index.php?act=Msg&CODE=04&MID=<!-- |id| -->"><i class="fa fa-envelope"><small>PM</small></i></a></div></center></div>


And this is just the portion from the CSS that uses the different member group id's:

CODE
#g-17 .mp2, #g-17 .mp4d i small  { background-color: #D78A8A; }
#g-17 .mp4d i, #g-17 .mp4c span { color: #D78A8A; }


What I want happening: only group 17's .mp2 (and other parts of the mini-profile) is viewed as the color #D78A8A by everyone, no matter their group

What's actually happening: group 17 is viewing .mp2 (and other parts of the mini-profile) as the color D78A8A for member groups that are and also aren't group 17
Oct 15 2016, 06:17 PM
helloo! I'm not sure if this is a thing I am allowed to do. Not sure how I can work around it somehow or how to set it up so that it works, but here's the deal.

I am making a new skin in my forum. It is not set as default and it is hidden from members while I work it out. I can still see it from my account. The two skins on my forum are working fine when I look at both of them one by one, except for the doHTML stuff in my posts. For example, I have:

CODE
[dohtml]<div class="sid"> hey </div>[/dohtml]
in my posts. The code is in the stylesheets of Skin Set 001. I can see it when I'm viewing the post in Skin Set 001.

But when I switch to Skin Set 002 and look at the post, it is not showing up. And yes, I did bring the .sid CSS from the stylesheets of my Skin Set 001 to the Skin Set 002. Is there something I am missing to make the dohtml work?

My goal is to make it so that when you select a different skin, <div class="sid"> can work for both of them, but the style inside .sid { } would be different. I hope this question isn't confusing! Basically, I want .sid { color: #fff} to work in my stylesheets of Skin Set 1 and .sid { color: #000 } to work in the stylesheets of Skin set 2. As of now, skin set 2 isn't showing the dohtml stuff in my posts that I made using Skin Set 1's stylesheets, even though the css is copied over.

FYI, the post does work when I put the code right in the post inside <style*> tags.
Oct 13 2016, 04:58 PM
CODE
<script>
customIndex.init({
page: "<!-- |input_act| -->",
html: "<center><div id='forums'> <table><td><div class='forumtitle'> {%link} </div> <div class='rvcfscount'><b>{%topics}</b> THREADS <b>{%replies}</b> REPLIES</div> </td> <td> <div class='cfspicspot'><div class='rvcfspic'></div></div></td>  <td><div class='description'><div class='rvcfsdesc'> {%description} </div></div></td> <td>  <div class='lastpost'><div class='lpinfo'><div class='lptitle'>{%lp-title}</div> <BR> BY {%lp-author} - {%lp-date}.</div></div></td> </table> </div></center>"
});
</script>


I tried to migrate black's cfs to the "Custom Forum Row" in HTML Templates, but something went wrong.

http://redvelvetrp.b1.jcink.com/

It is fine in the beginning, but as it gets to the "redirected link" forum, it completely breaks.

Moreover, I feel like I have a coding question every day because I am teaching myself how to code, so I am wondering if there was a quicker way to have a conversation with someone who is willing to help out and answer my 2093 questions a day?
Oct 10 2016, 11:41 AM
So I am using a custom profile from SHINE rp resources and one of the fields is a text area. I wanted to allow HTML use in the text area. I've read some other support replies saying that there is no way HTML can be used in text area, but I saw it being used on the last site I was on, just basic html tags, like <i> and <b> and <img> and i'm wondering if it's been changed to work now...and if so, how?
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