I PMed @AndyB a few weeks ago and he also expressed interest in doing something like this.
Essentially I'm looking for just that as well.
Want to display the image, and title, of my most recent WordPress posts.
I can see why that could be seen as a valid reason, but I don't believe it should be like this for future updates. Especially when users are using this feature and they didn't realize that they could have turned that on before they created it.
If someone in retrospect wants it to be a public...
When I create a poll, I see there's an option to "Display votes publicly."
However when I edit an already posted poll, I don't have the option to turn this on. I can only turn it on once when I create the poll.
Is there a fix for this?
@Steve F: Is it possible to split the Battlefield 4 and Origins to be in separate filed in areas in a future update?
If you hide the BF4 icon in CSS, the icon spacing gets messed up a bit, because the parent <li> tag still remains. Also there are users who just have Origins but don't have BF4...
You can just replace all instances of the background-images with your URL instead of mine.
I'm using gfBlizzardUserProfile instead of blizzardUserProfile just in case if @Steve F does an update and adds Blizzard officially. I like putting a different css name so I can track it better when...
@Xyphien: Gotcha. You can check mine over here:
For pop-up name, just click on someone's name. For contact details it works too (but...