Member Groups



  • So…I was curious what the delineation between member groups in the forum was...IE, when is someone a Jr. Member as opposed to a Sr. Member, etc.  So, I went through the member listing and figured it out, and thought I should share:

    • Newbie:        000-024 posts

    • Jr. Member    025-049 posts

    • Full Member    050-100 posts

    • Sr. Member    101-200 posts

    • Hero Member  >=201 posts

    Yes, I have way too much time on my hands.

    PS - I hate trying to make stuff line up vertically in HTML.



  • ;-)))

    You could use a table for this.

    Since you say you have too much time to waste, maybe you come up with a solution why the context within a table is always set to 'white'.
    Not too funny to read on a light grey background…

    Example:

    | one | two | three |
    | four | five | six |

    <eot>Only way around seems to be setting each cell's colour individually.
    This forum uses  http://www.simplemachines.org/  forum software…</eot>



  • I tried to use a table, but used straight html, didn't think about forum tagging…working on your issue...



  • @jahonix:

    ;-)))

    You could use a table for this.

    Since you say you have too much time to waste, maybe you come up with a solution why the context within a table is always set to 'white'.
    Not too funny to read on a light grey background…

    Example:

    | one | two | three |
    | four | five | six |

    <eot>Only way around seems to be setting each cell's colour individually.
    This forum uses  http://www.simplemachines.org/  forum software…</eot>

    Sorry it took me so long, had some other stuff to do too.  Quick and dirty solution: remove "color: inherit;" from sources\Subs.php on line 1561.



  • Thanks, passed it to cmb



  • I don't want to edit anything that will get overwritten by upgrades. There has to be a CSS fix for this, if you can provide that I'll change it.



  • One of the customization you guys have made to the site seems to be causing this behaviour, because I just installed SMF and both slick graphite themes on my site, and I'm not seeing it.  However, in any case, I believe that if you add the following lines to the main theme css file, it will fix it.  It will also still allow people to set their own colors on table cells.  If this causes any problems, remove the "tr" before style, and that should [still] fix everything, but from a broader perspective.

    .post table tr[style]{
        color:#000000 !important;
    }
    

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