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  • [Forum] Bold and colorized user names

    I have seen that some user names in some forums are bold and/or colorized. How do I edit this in my forum? For example it can be a good idea to have admin in red color and bold on the active users section.
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  • #2
    Usergroup Manager > Edit Administrators > Username HTML Markup
    The first field is the opening tag. The second field is the closing tag. These tags will be inserted around the user's username like this:

    [opening tag]username[closing tag]

    Some HTML tags you might want to use here include:

    <span style="font-weight: bold;">username</span> = username
    <span style="font-style: italic;">username</span> = username
    <span style="text-decoration: underline;">username</span> = username
    <span style="color: red;">username</span> = username
    <span style="font: 20px verdana;">username</span> = username

    You can also do combinations by using more than one attribute in the style property:

    <span style="font: 20px verdana; color: red;">username</span> = username

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    • #3
      Thanks Lynne! Black is not working?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Astyanax View Post
        Black is not working?
        Huh?

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        • #5
          <span style="color: black;">username</span> = username

          Using color black does not work, they are still blue.
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          • #6
            Do you have a link to this? Usernames don't get colored everywhere. They are colored on the Currently Active Users list, in the postbit, and on their profile page (and maybe a couple of other areas), but not everywhere like in the last post column they are not colored.

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            • #7
              Link? http://www.amdforum.se/forum.php "Björn Boberg" and "Jacob Hugsson" are supposed to be black colored. I see Edwin Brown does have black color in here.
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              • #8
                You have nothing applied for his usergroup. This is his name there:
                Code:
                <a class="username" href="http://www.amdforum.se/members/bjorn-boberg-140.html">Björn Boberg</a>
                This is another user who is colored:
                Code:
                <a class="username" href="http://www.amdforum.se/members/daniel-andersson-2.html"><span style="color: red;">Daniel Andersson</span/></a>
                So, I would suggest relooking at your usergroups because it isn't being applied to that user.

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                • #9
                  I have set <span style="color: black;">username</span>for usergroup "Nyhetsskribenter" that both Björn Boberg and Jacob Hugsson belongs to.
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                  • #10
                    Is that a primary or secondary usergroup? Which is the display group set for the user? And if it's a secondary group, do you have "Can override primary group title/markup" set to Yes for the usergroup?

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                    • #11
                      Thanks Lynne! I got it right now.
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