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Old 06 Oct 2008, 14:58
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Edit the space between forum titles/descs; (Example inside)

Below is a printscreen of a forum (left) with small gaps and my own (right) which has massive gaps:



How do I edit the size between my forums? Not so much like the example, but at least smaller than they are?

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Old 06 Oct 2008, 15:26
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Is there space between the forums on the right side also - where the last post and counters are? Take a look at the table that contains the forums and see what the cellspacing and cellpadding is set at and set it to 0 (or whatever).
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Old 06 Oct 2008, 15:45
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Yeah, the space is on the right, too. You might have to tell me where I will find that as I'm bit of a "noob" when it comes to vB
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Old 06 Oct 2008, 16:33
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Try starting with the template "FORUMHOME" (perhaps "FORUMDISPLAY" also), you will see:


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You can see that the cellpadding and cellspacing are defined by stylevars there. The first thing I would try is go to your style and the drop-down to StyleVars. There you will see the corresponding stylevars for the cellspacing and cellpadding:
Inner Border Width
Table Cell Padding (pixels)

Change it there first and see if you like the look on the the whole forum.
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