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Old 31 Mar 2008, 01:00
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color names?

where can i find the color names mod? where it will change a users name to a diff color, i found the color group mod but it dont seem to change the users name just adds the color group....
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Old 31 Mar 2008, 01:05
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what I did in the USergroup profile I added up for each users there color tagname there guest you can do as much in the username script page
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Old 31 Mar 2008, 01:07
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I am very noob with vbulletin.. Im looking for some thing that has a tutorial! Or walkthrough
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Old 31 Mar 2008, 01:32
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I am very noob with vbulletin.. Im looking for some thing that has a tutorial! Or walkthrough
go inside the ACP into usrergroup where the admin ,reg users amd all others usergroups you have
is there
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Old 31 Mar 2008, 01:46
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still nothing.....
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Old 31 Mar 2008, 03:02
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Old 31 Mar 2008, 03:51
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Are you wanting to just change all Registered Users names to a color and then all Administrators to another color, etc? If so, Admin CP > usergroups > usergroup manager > find the group in that list and hit Edit Usergroup. Then, on the fourth line where it says "Username HTML Markup" you will put the html in there like this:
The first field is the opening tag. The second field is the closing tag. These tags will be inserted around the user's username like this:

[opening tag]username[closing tag]

Some HTML tags you might want to use here include:

<span style="font-weight: bold;">username</span> = username
<span style="font-style: italic;">username</span> = username
<span style="text-decoration: underline;">username</span> = username
<span style="color: red;">username</span> = username
<span style="font: 20px verdana;">username</span> = username

You can also do combinations by using more than one attribute in the style property:

<span style="font: 20px verdana; color: red;">username</span> = username
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Old 31 Mar 2008, 03:53
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Lynne, thank you thats all i needed to know! Very helpful!
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Old 10 Apr 2008, 17:02
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This isn't working for me. I went into Line 4 and I put the whole html code given to me in both of the two boxes in line four and it came up wrong with my name. All you saw in the userslist was the html codes + my name. When I entered just the username html color code, the same thing. I want to make my name as the Admin pink, and the members another color, etc.

The instructions seem very easy, I just do not know what I am doing wrong here? Can someone please point me in the right direction?
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Old 10 Apr 2008, 18:06
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For the admin, for the first box in line four put <span style="color: pink;"> and in the second box put </span> and do similar for the other usergroup. If you are still having problems, perhaps a screen image of what you are doing will help us see what you are doing wrong.
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Old 10 Apr 2008, 19:03
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Thank you so much, I will try it.

--------------- Added 10 Apr 2008 at 19:09 ---------------

I tried it but how can I make the names for Admin, Mods appear bold?

Last edited by tonyswifey; 10 Apr 2008 at 19:09. Reason: Auto-Merged DoublePost
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Old 10 Apr 2008, 19:21
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Lynne, can you help me...
how to make different colours for male member & female member...

i want, all male members.. to be blue.. & female, become pink
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Old 10 Apr 2008, 19:54
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Originally Posted by tonyswifey View Post
I tried it but how can I make the names for Admin, Mods appear bold?
Then you would go <span style="color: pink; font-weight: bold;"> and </span> and similar for the other usergroup.

Originally Posted by ndut View Post
Lynne, can you help me...
how to make different colours for male member & female member...

i want, all male members.. to be blue.. & female, become pink
For the usergroup the men are in <span style="color: blue;"> and </span> and for the women <span style="color: pink;"> and </span>.
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Old 12 Apr 2008, 04:59
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so, i need to make 2 usergroups, for man & women, right??
thanks
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Old 12 Apr 2008, 05:02
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so, i need to make 2 usergroups, for man & women, right??
thanks
Well, if you want this color change to show up everywhere their name is then this is the easiest way. The other way is to have to pull up the gender profile field everywhere and do a conditional around their name everywhere a username gets spit out and that could get a bit more complicated.

There are gender hacks around that you may want to look at. Search "gender" "All Mods" "Titles Only"
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