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Old 25 Jun 2012, 20:05
johnnymc7 johnnymc7 is offline
 
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This is what I got when I did that Lynne

<!-- BEGIN TEMPLATE: vbcms_widget_recentarticle_page -->
<div class="cms_widget">
<div class="block">
<div class="cms_widget_header">
<h3><img alt="" src="images/cms/widget-forum.png" /> Recent Articles</h3>
</div>
<div class="cms_widget_content widget_content">

<div class="cms_widget_post_bit widget_post_bit">
<div class="cms_widget_post_userinfo widget_post_userinfo">
<div class="cms_widget_post_useravatar widget_post_useravatar">

<img alt="" src="images/misc/unknown.gif" />

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</div>
<div class="cms_widget_post_comment widget_post_comment">

<h4 class="cms_widget_post_header widget_post_header"><a href="http://www.irishdrumandbass.com/content.php?125-Pessimist">Hertz-U Presents Pessimist 29/06/12</a></h4>

<div class="cms_widget_post_content widget_post_content"><br />
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Hertz-U Soundsystem are back after a brilliant night at Fierce in April and after upsetting the neighbours... <a href="http://www.irishdrumandbass.com/content.php?125-Pessimist">read more</a></div>

<a href="http://www.irishdrumandbass.com/content.php?125-Pessimist" class="lastpostdate understate" title="Go to last post"></a>



<div class="searchstats">
<h4 class="searchlastpostlabel">Categories: </h4>

<a href="http://www.irishdrumandbass.com/list.php?category/43-News">News</a>&nbsp;

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</div>

</div>
</div>
</div>
<!-- END TEMPLATE: vbcms_widget_recentarticle_page --></li>

<!-- END TEMPLATE: vbcms_widget_column --></ul>
Thanks for all the help!
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Old 26 Jun 2012, 00:59
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Then this is the template you needed to modify - vbcms_widget_recentarticle_page . Your's is a cms widget. This thread started out talking about forum blocks. So, you will need to make the appropriate changes to the widget code and widget templates, not the block code and block templates.
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Old 26 Jun 2012, 19:12
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Hi Lynne sorry I took this up wrong. I found code that Dead Eddie put up and it was exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for all your help :-)
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Old 01 Nov 2014, 02:49
schneberger schneberger is offline
 
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i can see there is a typ in the first post.

the width option is written as with instead of width.

and also if you put in the variables width="100%" and leave out the height option. then your images fits perfectly in the sidebar

like this.

http://motorcyclebuilders.net/forum.php
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Old 01 Nov 2014, 03:02
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Originally Posted by johnnymc7 View Post
Hi Lynne sorry I took this up wrong. I found code that Dead Eddie put up and it was exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for all your help :-)
Please post a link to the post you found from @Dead_Eddie, as this may be useful to others that are following this thread. Thank You,
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