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Old 01 Sep 2013, 23:02
Chivster Chivster is offline
 
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Usertitle & Rank Image below Avatar

Hello out there,

I searched around the internet, and vb.org and .com, but havent been able to find a solution that works for me..

How do I put usertitle and rank image below Avatar in 4.2.1? I got Postbit_legacy (user left to post)

I've searched in both SeamusBlue & Deafult Style, and havent been able to find the proper lines to sort this out.

Thanks in advance!

Chivster.
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Old 02 Sep 2013, 00:34
Spangle Spangle is offline
 
Join Date: Jun 2011
You need to find these lines :

<span class="usertitle">
{vb:raw post.usertitle}
</span>
<vb:if condition="$post['rank']">
<span class="rank">{vb:raw post.rank}</span>
</vb:if>


and move them below the avatar :

<a class="postuseravatar" href="{vb:link member, {vb:raw post}}" title="{vb:rawphrase {vb:raw post['onlinestatusphrase']}, {vb:raw post.username}}">
<img src="{vb:raw post.avatarurl}" alt="{vb:rawphrase xs_avatar, {vb:raw post.username}}" title="{vb:rawphrase xs_avatar, {vb:raw post.username}}" />
</a>


I think !! that will work, you may need to experiment a bit
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Old 02 Sep 2013, 14:17
Chivster Chivster is offline
 
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Thanks for the help

How do I then edit it on ''My Profile'' and when you check someones user page?

--------------- Added 02 Sep 2013 at 21:00 ---------------

Anyone ?

Last edited by Chivster; 02 Sep 2013 at 14:34.
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Old 03 Sep 2013, 12:18
RickyH RickyH is offline
 
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Originally Posted by Chivster View Post
Thanks for the help

How do I then edit it on ''My Profile'' and when you check someones user page?

--------------- Added 02 Sep 2013 at 21:00 ---------------

Anyone ?
If you are on Chrome, or Firefox (with Firebug plugin installed), right click the area on the member's page and click "Inspect Element". If you find what the div id or class is, you can then go into AdminCP under styles & templates and "Find in Templates" the name of the Div id or class. It may give multiple templates, but only if it's a class. If it does, correspond it to the "members" profile template, or something similar. Then you can find and edit the code in there as you wish
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Old 03 Sep 2013, 18:08
Chivster Chivster is offline
 
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Im sorry but it did not help me at all, im still confused on how to, apart of knowing its somewhat in the ''Memberinfo'' template.
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