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Different style for each category
TOPIC: Different style for each category
#17036
Different style for each category 10 Years, 1 Month ago  
HI,

I like the green shade on this topic! How do we do that, and can we have certain topics any colour?

thanks
Danny
#17036
Different style for each category 10 Years, 1 Month ago  
HI,

I like the green shade on this topic! How do we do that, and can we have certain topics any colour?

thanks
Danny
#17077
Re:1.0.2. RC2 is green! How do we do that? 10 Years, 1 Month ago  
every category table gets it\'s own unique ID to style with css. the 1.0.2 category has ID 69. open the source for the main forum page and search for :

[code:1]tr class = \"fb_sectiontableentry2\" id=\"fb_cat69\"[/code:1]

that\'s the category block. just use CSS to style all the elements in that table row. if you don\'t know how, copy the link to the css used on this page from the source in your browser to see how it\'s done here. it\'s at the very bottom of the file.
#17086
Different style for each category 10 Years, 1 Month ago  
This is css trick and easy

Cat id is 69 for fireboard 1.0.2

[code:1]
#fireboard tr#fb_cat69 td{ background:#EFFFF3; }
#fireboard tr#fb_cat69 a{ color: #669933}
#fireboard tr#fb_cat69 a:hover{ color: #000000}
#fireboard tr#fb_cat69 td{ border:1px #A7E4AA solid}
#fireboard tr#fb_cat69 td.fb_cc-sectiontableentry1 { border:0px ;}
[/code:1]

I hope it will help
#17131
Re:Different style for each category 10 Years, 1 Month ago  
Thanks for posting this. Very cool indeed :)
#17153
Re:Different style for each category 10 Years, 1 Month ago  
Awesome thanks sebasvos & GreatPixels :D
#17160
Re:Different style for each category 10 Years, 1 Month ago  
lol you never mentioned what file it is to add to different settings to ?

thanks
Danny
#17184
Re:Different style for each category 10 Years, 1 Month ago  
Danny,

I would guess that it would go in the Fireboard css file. Not 100% sure of that but give it a try.
#18177
Re:Different style for each category 10 Years, 1 Month ago  
could this be added to the back end ?
On forum administration, i.e. when creating or editing a category there could be a small colour box when you could edit the colour of the category?

Dan
#18416
Re:Different style for each category 10 Years, 1 Month ago  
Today i committed an extension into SVN.

Each forum (category) now has a suffix.
In context of the Forum (and elements of that forum such as view, post) this suffix is getting applied.
If you\'re looking for different designs based on named CSS, this could be the solution you\'re looking for. css suffixes in forum works exactly the same way as they do for menus.

This way, no juggling with IDs for CSS-design is needed but named selectors could be used.

The previously fb_blocktable (used in many views) is now presented as:
class=\"fb_blocktableclass_sfx; ?>\"

If you specify a suffix of \"-red\" you\'re using the class \"fb_blocktable-red\"

Don\'t forget to repeat the declarations of fb_blocktable for the derived classes.

At least this is a great starting point for configurable design variations.

Have fun.
#18442
Re:Different style for each category 10 Years, 1 Month ago  
Awesome thanks Miro,

would there be anyway to implement this to the back end?
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