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Old 25 Oct 2020, 15:21
charlesr charlesr is offline
 
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Usergroup username colours on mobile?

Vbulletin 4.
Usernames in the postbit appear in different colours, depending on the usergroup, by specifying Username HTML Markup in the usergroup settings in admin panel.

I can't figure out how that colour gets sucked through into the CSS for the username when being displayed. I'm trying to get my mobile theme to respect the same colour display. If I could figure out how it happens on the normal theme, I could probably add it to the mobile theme.

Any pointers?
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Old 27 Oct 2020, 15:32
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yilmaz yilmaz is offline
 
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1. yoursite.ext/admincp/usergroup.php?do=modify

2. Go to edit Usergroup Manager yoursite.ext/admincp/usergroup.php?do=edit&usergroupid=6

3.Use this in Username HTML Markup first input box

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enter this in the second input box

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and click the update button at the bottom
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It's time to add css code
4. Search in Templates yoursite.ext/template.php?do=search

5. Paste this into the search box and search for additional.css

6. In the results found, click on the additional.css template to edit it in the style you used.

7. It may be empty or previously added special css codes, add this css code to the beginning or the end without breaking the code there.

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And Save.

So much
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Repeat if you want to make other Usergroups
Sample:
Use this for super moderator

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Note: Add the css codes at the bottom of the options.css or vbulletin.css template in mobile style

Last edited by yilmaz; 27 Oct 2020 at 16:13.
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Old 02 Nov 2020, 18:34
charlesr charlesr is offline
 
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This doesn't work in my mobile style (works fine in desktop style), but it's a custom style. Guess, they broke something.
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