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Registered: 07-2005
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Changing the Post List command separators


So you have everything set the way you want it except for those pesky separator bars (that look like this: |). Those little elements are all wrong you say because they don't match the theme or color scheme of your board. Now you can do something about it. emoticon

Say for example you wanted the commands separated by the dash mark and you wanted the dashes to be fuchsia colored.

To do this you would go into your control panel and:

1. Go to your Custom Language Set (CLS)
2. find the entry that says post_list_command_separator
3. Replace what you see there with this (I am making the dash fuchsia colored so you can see where it goes):


<span class = "post_cmd_sep"> - </span>


4. Hit the "submit" button/link to save that part then go to your custom CSS.
  (Control Panel -> Board management -> Edit colors and theme -> CSS management).
5. Somewhere in your custom CSS paste this bit of code:


.post_cmd_sep {color:#ff00ff;}


6. Hit the "submit" button/link to save your work and you are done emoticon

Edited to remove "span" from CSS declaration

Last edited by Pastor Rick, 12/23/2009, 4:12 am


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Re: Changing the Post List command separators


Thanks for sharing that, Rick. emoticon

On a side note, you don't need to use the word 'span' in your CSS. It only adds to the file size, and makes it harder to overwrite definitions later.

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Re: Changing the Post List command separators


I used the span in the CSS because I couldn't think of anything else the added class would be used for. OTOH you are correct in that there may be other CSS classes with the same declarations and having the span puts a minor crimp on coding style when trying to optimize things. So yeah, I agree the span in the CSS isn't needed.

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