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#1
Solved: 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days ago
hello
can anoyone help me..
my profiles on threads at my forum look like this
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i want to make it like this
[Image: whyssl10.png]what i want is the box around "posts,threads,joined:"
and the second one is to put the numbers of posts,threads  and the date right and the Posts,Threads,Joined Left
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#2
Solved: 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days ago
Hello,
for the first one, you could make a <div> element to wrap around posts, threads, and joined, with a border in its CSS.
And for the second one - I'm not sure I understand your question. Posts, threads, and the date on the right, and Posts, threads and joined on the left? So, have posts and threads on both sides?
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#3
Solved: 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days ago
Can you tell me exacly what to do cause i try and i didnt make it

about the second question i mean this
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#4
Solved: 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days ago
Hi,

to change that, we'll need to take a look to the postbit_author_user and the postbit template of your theme.
I don't answer questions about localhost forums or forums without URL, I'm not a seer.  Cool
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#5
Solved: 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days ago
I can't tell you exactly how you would do it since I don't have access to your templates, but this should help:
Create a <div> element that goes around the parts you want to be in a box, e.g.:
<div>
   Posts: ...
   Threads: ...
   Joined: ...
</div>
..and add style="border: $color $thickness $pattern/solid" to it. Replace the $parts with what you want them to be, of course. More info can be found here.
<div style="border: white 2px solid">
Then, for the second part (if I understand correctly), put the parts you want to be on the right in a <span style="float:right"> element.
Posts: <span style="float:right">post_number</span>
..and that should be it. Please note, this could probably be done a bit more elegantly with CSS classes and such, but I don't think it's necessary for small CSS like this.
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#6
Solved: 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days ago
i did it
https://anonshare.eu/showthread.php?tid=...457#pid457
but my problem is with the css
when i want to add something in global.css it doesnt show up.
i need to add new stylesheet for it to show up.
if i delete all my global.css code nothing will change..
what going on?
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#7
Solved: 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days ago
(2020-01-16, 03:17 PM)Mastersly Wrote: i did it
https://anonshare.eu/showthread.php?tid=...457#pid457
but my problem is with the css
when i want to add something in global.css it doesnt show up.
i need to add new stylesheet for it to show up.
if i delete all my global.css code nothing will change..
what going on?
If you're using Cloudflare, clear its cache for that file. 
Then, clear your browser cache for your domain and/or check it with a different browser.
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#8
Solved: 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days ago
what do you mean.. how to clear cache? i have tried mozilla,chrome,opera and dont work
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#9
Solved: 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days ago
(2020-01-16, 03:26 PM)Mastersly Wrote: what do you mean.. how to clear cache? i have tried mozilla,chrome,opera and dont work
Clear your cache in the browser's settings. It's usually an option when clearing your history, I believe.
Then again, though, please make sure the only caching being done is on the user's side. If you are using Cloudflare, then you need to clear its cache first.
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#10
Solved: 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days ago
i already did it.. it works now, thanks
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