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Not Solved Group Post CSS
#1
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I need help with setting this up. I want my adminstrator posts to have a different color background but I do not know what I should put in the CSS boxes.
I have these three boxes but I do not know which one or what to put.
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Here is the link to the mod
http://mods.mybb.com/view/group-post-css
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#2
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Postbit Message CSS.

put

background: #CACACA;


You have on this usergroups your background on grey color of their posts.

You can add more things by CSS stilization, fo example:


background: #CACACA;
color: #424242;
font-family: Tahoma, Verdana, Courier-New;
font-size: 14px;
font weight: bold;


etc etc,.
The only infinite thing is the universe and human stupidity, but the universe is not for sure

Plugins 1.6.x

Plugins 1.8.x

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#3
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(2013-12-10, 07:21 PM)Dark Neo Wrote: Postbit Message CSS.

put

background: #CACACA;


You have on this usergroups your background on grey color of their posts.

You can add more things by CSS stilization, fo example:


background: #CACACA;
color: #424242;
font-family: Tahoma, Verdana, Courier-New;
font-size: 14px;
font weight: bold;


etc etc,.

Thanks, which box do I put this in? I tried all of them but they do not seem to do anything. If I want the background color I JUST put background: #CACACA; ?

Can anyone help?

I really need help!
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#4
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Yes, but you have to verify the var on your postbit templates, of this plugin to make his job.

You can use my videotutorial about CSS Group stilization, i made on spanish lang, but you can see the code and it's pure english code, you have to take this idea i think this plugins work on that way.

But you can add some vars additional to your templates and works withhout plugin xD.

here's the video, but it's on spanish only mute audio if you want and see the changes, i made buttons by CSS for averygroup and put a background for one usergroup, you can take this idea to do what you want.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RqV1K_--Eo
The only infinite thing is the universe and human stupidity, but the universe is not for sure

Plugins 1.6.x

Plugins 1.8.x

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#5
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There is a simple manual tutorial also, if you want to follow:
http://community.mybb.com/thread-134747.html
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#6
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(2013-12-10, 06:19 PM)TheArc Wrote: I need help with setting this up. I want my adminstrator posts to have a different color background but I do not know what I should put in the CSS boxes.
I have these three boxes but I do not know which one or what to put.
http://prntscr.com/2a5it8

Here is the link to the mod
http://mods.mybb.com/view/group-post-css

This mod didn't work on MyBB 1.6.11 << TRIED on 4 NEW INSTALLATIONS AND DIDN'T WORK.

Works on MyBB 1.4.16 << TESTED and WORKED VERY EASY



POST UPDATE - now works on MyBB 1.6.11

Using the script created by (paveman)

I was able to update the Group Post CSS, and it now works on MyBB 1.6.11.

Credit to the original author, His site (mybbplug.in) seems to be offline for weeks so was unable to contact him.

File is attached.

To use...
1: upload gpcss.php to your MyBB folder /inc/plugins/
2: log into Admin CP , under QUICK ACCESS on left click Plugins , then activate "Group Post CSS (2.1)"

To complete colors for each user group .
1: click USERS & GROUPS >> GROUPS
2: choose a usergroup and click OPTIONS >> EDIT GROUP
3: choose MISCELLANEOUS tab
to color the BACKGROUND of the usergroups post, add your color in the "Postbit Message CSS" box, it's the second box...
example: background: #FFFF00;
4: scroll down and click SAVE USER GROUP ..

Now that usergroups message will have background color of YELLOW ( #FFFF00 ) , you can change each usergroup post background to any color of your choice.

*******Here's a screen shot on MyBB 1.6.11**********
[Image: eev9iM6.png]

*****sorry couldn't edit the size of screen shot******


Attached Files
.php   gpcss.php (Size: 6.78 KB / Downloads: 132)
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#7
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You can always use my previously posted manual aternative for 1.8.x found here:https://community.mybb.com/thread-134747...pid1254404


Or you can opt to use the updated plugin:

Group Post CSS
Allows you to add custom CSS for each groups posts.

When you edit the group, under the miscellaneous tab there will be an option to set the Postbit Info CSS (The user information at left in classic, top in regular) and message (the rest of the post). You can set CSS for the usergroup to have their posts displayed differently (E.G. background: #ffffff !important; ) *you must use ( !important; to overwrite any existing styling). All posts by this usergroup will be displayed with this css.

Previously for MyBB 1.2.x & MyBB 1.4.x

Version: 2.1
Author: Jammerx2
Submitted: 2nd January 2010

Now updated to work with MyBB 1.8.x by: Vintagedaddyo!

Version: 2.2
Author: Vintagedaddyo
Submitted: 7th March 2018


.zip   Group_Post_CSS.zip (Size: 84.37 KB / Downloads: 28)
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#8
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@vintagedaddy, i have just installed this plugin, the part with Postbit message css won't work on my forum.

However,that isn't a problem, i am looking for something different as posted in the following screenshot.

Is it possibile to add a frame around the user's post,using CSS?

   

Any help would be appreciated.

Thankyou.
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#9
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(2019-06-09, 03:51 PM)kbilly Wrote: @vintagedaddy, i have just installed this plugin, the part with Postbit message css won't work on my forum.

However,that isn't a problem, i am looking for something different as posted in the following screenshot.

Is it possibile to add a frame around the user's post,using CSS?



Any help would be appreciated.

Thankyou.
Anyone?
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#10
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Still looking for help.
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