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Old 20 Dec 2011, 22:11
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Remove usergroups coloured names in specific forums?

Hope this is the right forum, if not, please redirect me!

Hey guys, I'm trying to remove any sort of rank showcase in a specific forum (Like usertitles, signatures, coloured usernames etc.). I've figured out usertitles, which I created a a child template and removed

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from the postbit. Is there anything similar with username colours? I'd ideally like to make this


this


Any ideas?

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Old 21 Dec 2011, 23:16
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replace musername with just username and it won't have any markup.
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Old 21 Dec 2011, 23:28
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Originally Posted by Lynne View Post
replace musername with just username and it won't have any markup.
Thanks for the reply!

The only musername I've found is in postbitlegacy:


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Changing it to <span class="username guest">{vb:raw post.username} doesn't change anything, though. Where am I going wrong?
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Old 21 Dec 2011, 23:31
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Unless something else is coloring the username besides the username markup, then that should have done it. If it is not the username markup coloring the username, then it is probably just CSS.
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Old 21 Dec 2011, 23:51
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Unless something else is coloring the username besides the username markup, then that should have done it. If it is not the username markup coloring the username, then it is probably just CSS.
Hmpf, it looks like it's the usermarkup colouring the names.


Could the fact I'm using a child template be a problem? If not, any other ideas? I'm not very good with the whole coding malarkey.
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Old 22 Dec 2011, 03:55
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Did you edit the correct template? If you look at the part you quoted, you also need to edit the memberaction_dropdown template.
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