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Male/Female % under "Forum Statistics"

Hyperion

Active member
#1
Hi.

I wonder if it would be a simple matter to include the percentages for male and female members under Forum Statistics. There is no pressing reason for it, but I nonetheless find it an interesting trivia for a forum that is nearly equally divided, and which I would like members and guests to see.
 

mrGTB

Well-known member
#2
It would probably have to show percentage of users who's not chosen a gender at all. Otherwise it would be a little misleading. Male, Female, Unknown
 

mrGTB

Well-known member
#5
I would change the female colour from red to "pink", depending how well pink text shows up, or go with a darker pink shade that shows-up well enough. Not sure also if it would be better adding like "Male: 20% Female: 30% Unknown: 50%". There seems enough room there looking at the image to include gender titles. As just showing percentage number doesn't really say enough.
 

Tilkißey

Well-known member
#6
I would change the female colour from red to "pink", depending how well pink text shows up, or go with a darker pink shade that shows-up well enough. Not sure also if it would be better adding like "Male: 20% Female: 30% Unknown: 50%". There seems enough room there looking at the image to include gender titles. As just showing percentage number doesn't really say enough.
color changing is available from template
and, there span codes for percents like that
Code:
<span title="{xen:phrase male}" style="color:blue; font-weight:bold; font-size:9px">MALE CODE</span>
 

mrGTB

Well-known member
#7
That would work fine, yes. I would consider removing all inline css though putting it in extra.css template instead.

Code:
<span title="{xen:phrase male}" class="male_gender">MALE CODE</span>
.male_gender {
color:blue;
font-weight:bold;
font-size:9px
}
 

Tilkißey

Well-known member
#8
That would work fine, yes. I would consider removing all inline css though putting it in extra.css template instead.

Code:
<span title="{xen:phrase male}" class="male_gender">MALE CODE</span>
hmm, i prefer to add an css area to options