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    Entrepreneur Spencer F.'s Avatar
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    vB Help... color question

    I'm not sure if this is the correct forum... but:

    I just redesigned my forum, and I have a question.

    How do I change this color:

    URL: http://www.musicbanter.com/showthread.php?t=154

    Scroll down to directly above Quick Reply...

    Prev Thread | Next Thread

    I want that to be white instead of black. However, I cannot find the correct place to change it! Any help, please?
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    Try AdminCP -> Styles & Templates -> Style Manager -> Main CSS

    Search for smallfont - change font color box to #FFFFFF
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    If I do that...

    http://www.musicbanter.com/forumdisplay.php?f=3

    All the names of the thread started become white.
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    Bummer, I had a look through the phrase manager for the term 'next thread' and noticed that it was using the smallfont class.

    Perhaps it's best to ask at vb.com.
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    I'm not positive where it is in the vb3 templates but you will most likely just need to create a new <div> around that part and add something like style="color:#fff" to that div. The folks at vbtemplates.com or vbulletin.org would probably be able to tell you exactly what to change.


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