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XF 1.2 Style the Account Upgrades page?

Discussion in 'Styling and Customization Questions' started by Dynamic, Jul 22, 2013.

  1. Dynamic

    Dynamic Well-Known Member


    I tried to wrap each upgrade in its own div via the upgrade manager but it did not work.

    Is there any way to easily manipulate the way the account upgrades page looks? It is kind of hard to read the way it is set out.

  2. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    In 1.2 the description field now supports HTML.

    What is it you are trying to do exactly?
  3. Dynamic

    Dynamic Well-Known Member

    Hi @Brogan
    I am trying to group certain upgrades and separate others. I would like them in a box with a different background colour. I tried putting them in <div></div> but it did not work, it just displayed the code.
  4. Dynamic

    Dynamic Well-Known Member

    Anyone have any ideas on this? It will not support even basic html tags like <b></b> etc. It simply displays the code instead.
  5. Russ

    Russ Well-Known Member

    There's a thread here:


    and here:


    With some info on styling it, I did group the upgrades in their own category by removing the default code and putting conditionals like this:


    Not sure how many upgrades you have though...
  6. Dynamic

    Dynamic Well-Known Member

    Hi @Russ,

    Thanks for that. I think that is a bit much for what I am trying to do. For example, let's say I want some of the text to display as red in the description. It says html is allowed, so I would assume if I type in <span style="color:#ff0000;">something here</span> in the description box, the text will show up as red. But it does not. It just displays the html tags and code.
  7. Russ

    Russ Well-Known Member

    Sorry I read you wanted to split it into groups, I just tested and it works:

    test1.png test2.png

    I would double check your HTML on that class and make sure it's not being overwritten by some other color, possibly with an !important
  8. Dynamic

    Dynamic Well-Known Member

    hmmm, strange. For me it displays "<span style="color:#ff0000;">something here</span>" in the description. So it does not just display "Something here" as I would assume it would. It displays the whole thing.
  9. Mike

    Mike XenForo Developer Staff Member

    Are you actually running 1.2? As noted, this was changed in 1.2 -- the behavior you're explaining makes it sound like you're running 1.1.
  10. Andy.N

    Andy.N Well-Known Member

    I just checked and seeing the same problem. It turns out that the Paygate addon by @xfrocks is causing this. Disable that addon will make it work as expected.
    Steve F and Dynamic like this.
  11. Dynamic

    Dynamic Well-Known Member

    Sweet. I'll send him a message so he can take a look at the problem. Can't disable the addon unfortunately, it gets used too much. Thanks for the help guys :)

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