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XF 1.2 how to give Link Forum different colour

Shelley

Well-known member
#4
you could add in a nodeID in with the classes (yours would differ) you would just need to insert your link forum ID, and choice of colour.

Code:
.node .node_31 .linkNodeInfo .nodeTitle a {color: red;}
.node .node_31 .linkNodeInfo .nodeDescription {color: green;}
You actually don't have to have the linknodeinfo class in. This would work also remembering to insert the nodeID

Code:
.node .node_31  .nodeTitle a {color: red;}
.node .node_31  .nodeDescription {color: green;}


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#5
you could add in a nodeID in with the classes (yours would differ) you would just need to insert your link forum ID, and choice of colour.

Code:
.node .node_31 .linkNodeInfo .nodeTitle a {color: red;}
.node .node_31 .linkNodeInfo .nodeDescription {color: green;}
You actually don't have to have the linknodeinfo class in. This would work also remembering to insert the nodeID

Code:
.node .node_31  .nodeTitle a {color: red;}
.node .node_31  .nodeDescription {color: green;}


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thank you shelly , but is there anyway to make it in one link or code , or at least put the node numbers in one line
because i have a pretty long list of link forum
 

Shelley

Well-known member
#7
was just about to post that just add the following in and it'll style all your link nodes

Code:
.node .linkNodeInfo .nodeTitle a {color: red;}
.node .linkNodeInfo .nodeDescription {color: green;}
 
#8
was just about to post that just add the following in and it'll style all your link nodes

Code:
.node .linkNodeInfo .nodeTitle a {color: red;}
.node .linkNodeInfo .nodeDescription {color: green;}

thank you brogan and shelley , it worked partially ,
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some of the forums links are not included and colored