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    Colours

    Hey guys, I made a free forum, and I need to know how to get the selection of colours that this forum has, can anyone help?
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    Re: Colours

    Style sheet for the forum or the image set.

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    Re: Colours

    Can you elaborate and briefly tell me how to put it on there?
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    Re: Colours

    If you don't know what they are / where they are, you shouldn't be editing them.

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    Re: Colours

    Go Adminstrator Control Panel
    Then Styles
    And it has pre made styles
    Or you can make your own.
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    Re: Colours

    Changing the colours is pretty easy, just go to the style sheet in the ACP. But what Skype said, if you don't know what you're doing. Don't do it.
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    Re: Colours

    Or if HTML is enabled, use:
    <font color="red">Red</font color>
    Where red is, replace it with any common color or "#xxxxxx". Replace x with a value from 1-F.
    EDIT: Sorry, I didn't see the post date.

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    Re: Colours

    Quote Originally Posted by Rabees
    Or if HTML is enabled, use:
    <font color="red">Red</font color>
    Where red is, replace it with any common color or "#xxxxxx". Replace x with a value from 1-F.
    EDIT: Sorry, I didn't see the post date.
    That, and HTML isn't a very good way to manage what a style sheet is supposed to do. Please don't bump.


 

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