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Changing template to match forum
by MonkYZ
30 Sep 2008 04:01

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Hello again. Sorry to bother you with this question (again), but i can't find a way to fix these white borders. All my website/forum is using dark theme while this vBadvanced module and ibProArcade style is using some white line for borders.

Can somebody tell me where to change that ? It is not using the vBulletin style as i don't have anywhere such colours.

Thank you in advance !

P.S. I'll attach a screenshot also.

MrZeropage 09 Oct 2008 19:09

The screenshot is from some portal ?
Not ibProArcade itself, so how should I give support for something I did not release?

MonkYZ 09 Oct 2008 19:35

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MrZeropage: the screenshot is from the module for vBadvanced that you reccomend using even on ibProArcade homepage: http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=101554

But it's ok, let's say that you can't support that. I took a screenshot for the module as it looks IDENTICAL to what i see inside ibProArcade page. I'll make a screenshot for that too and attach it. Maybe for ibProArcade itself you can help me remove those ugly white lines. Thx.

Cobra-J82 12 Oct 2008 19:37

Create New Template Identical To the one u are using now
so that nothing happens to your default
And play around with it

I suggest Going to Style Manager and click Go on the Template you created
Ctrl + F for #ffffff which is the color of the border you are trying to remove
Basically try to change colors of words like frame, border, surround
After you found the Solution, Go to you default Template and apply it there.

I hope this help, coz I have no idea how exactly to change the border colors
and just to let you know, my border color is different then yours
Thats why I tought it might be at the style manager settings


Gemma 13 Oct 2008 10:35

Those white lines are because it's designed using the <fieldset> function. See if you can change the colour in your Style Manager.

AdminCP>Style & Templates>Style Manager>Main CSS (of your style) and look for .fieldset

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