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1 boxing up forum posts on Fri Aug 17, 2012 2:05 pm

Rouke


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Hello, I am using forumotion to make a forum that uses phpbb2. How can I make a seperate box for each forum post?

Here is what im looking for...



Can this be done with just css? Or do i have to make changes to html code?

2 Re: boxing up forum posts on Fri Aug 17, 2012 10:44 pm

ankillien

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Administrator
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Hi,

Try adding this code in your CSS...

Code:
tr.post > td {
border-top: 15px solid #fff !important;
}

If it doesn't work correctly, please provide a link to your forum.

3 Re: boxing up forum posts on Fri Aug 17, 2012 11:17 pm

Rouke


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mandalorianclan.forumotion.com


but the code you gave does work, however I still need to get rid of some lines around the posts

heres a pic before i added the code




Heres the pic after i added the code


I guess you can see the link to the forums there in this pic. Just add /forum after the .com Smile


4 Re: boxing up forum posts on Sun Aug 19, 2012 9:14 am

ankillien

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Ok. Those borers around the posts are not actually borders but the space between the table cells.

You can remove them with this code...

Code:
.forumline {
border-collapse: collapse;
}

But problem is that you can either remove it from all tables or none. If you want it for posts only, try adding this code in viewtopic_body template...

Code:
<style>
.forumline {
border-collapse: collapse;
}</style>

Add it at the top, save the template and publish it.

Hope it helps.

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