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Not Solved Change where the username is displayed!?
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Question #1
How can I move where users display name is showing up!? I would like to make it so that the username is displayed under the avatar and above the group tag. 


Here is an image of what the profile(s) currently look like: 
[Image: 16vOmeW.png]


Here is what I would like it to look like:
[Image: 5y6oWec.png]


Question #2
How can I make it so certain ranks avatars have a border around them!? I would like to make it so that administrators get a red border around their avatar in their profile and posts, moderators get blue, and super moderators get green. 

Here is an image to illustrate an example of what I mean:
[Image: F5CmUYZ.png]



Thank you in advance for reading this thread and providing me any help of yours!

Best regards,
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Home » Template Sets » YOUR TEMPLATE » Edit Template: postbit_classic

Move this:

<strong><span class="largetext">{$post['profilelink']}</span></strong> <br />

Under

<center>{$post['useravatar']}</center><br />
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(07-19-2015, 07:11 AM)Toxine Wrote: Home » Template Sets » YOUR TEMPLATE » Edit Template: postbit_classic

Move this:

<strong><span class="largetext">{$post['profilelink']}</span></strong> <br />

Under

 <center>{$post['useravatar']}</center><br />

I have looked in my postbit_classic  template and can't seem to exactly find the  


<center>{$post['useravatar']}</center><br />


I have found something similar to it but that line that is similar to it is already above the code 


<strong><span class="largetext">{$post['profilelink']}</span></strong> <br /> 


You can view a pastebin of my pastebin_classic  document here if you're interested in taking a look at it.
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(07-19-2015, 07:30 AM)lowheartrate Wrote:
(07-19-2015, 07:11 AM)Toxine Wrote: Home » Template Sets » YOUR TEMPLATE » Edit Template: postbit_classic

Move this:

<strong><span class="largetext">{$post['profilelink']}</span></strong> <br />

Under

 <center>{$post['useravatar']}</center><br />

I have looked in my postbit_classic  template and can't seem to exactly find the  


<center>{$post['useravatar']}</center><br />


I have found something similar to it but that line that is similar to it is already above the code 


<strong><span class="largetext">{$post['profilelink']}</span></strong> <br /> 


You can view a pastebin of my pastebin_classic  document here if you're interested in taking a look at it.


That's strange, try to clear your cache.

For the avatar border you were looking for, I cant help. But, I know how you can color the background of the post of the staff. Like the one thats here, staff has a different background color when they post.
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Question 1
Look at your default postbit_classic, there you see:
<div class="post_author scaleimages">
	{$post['useravatar']}
	<div class="author_information">
			<strong><span class="largetext">{$post['profilelink']}</span></strong> {$post['onlinestatus']}<br />
			<span class="smalltext">
				{$post['usertitle']}<br />
				{$post['userstars']}
				{$post['groupimage']}
			</span>
	</div>
	<div class="author_statistics">
		{$post['user_details']}
	</div>
</div>

So there the profile link is already below the avatar. Do it in a similar way for your theme.

In the default postbit template the profile link is alongside the avatar.

Question 2
This could be solved with a small plugin, or by installing the plugin template conditionals and smaal changes in the templates postbit and postbit_classic
Regards, Ad Bakker (NL)
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