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Gap between forums
MysticDragon
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Message # 1 | 12:09 PM
How to make it so that there is more gap between forums?


Not only those forums which I marked but all the forums.
I marked those to show that where i want to increase the empty space by a bit.


There need to be gaps like this^

Animorph
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Message # 2 | 12:14 PM
MysticDragon, what is your website url and design number, because you can easely create space in forum sections by adding ;margin-bottom:5px in your css
Animorph
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Message # 3 | 12:31 PM
MysticDragon, i got your PM ,go to File Manager ---> CSS ---> forumstyles.css

Find:

Code
.gTable { background:#0d0d0d; border-bottom:2px solid #8D0C10;}

Replace by:

Code
.gTable { background:#0d0d0d; border-bottom:2px solid #8D0C10; margin-bottom:70px;}

replace the number 70 to the nomber of space you want


MysticDragon
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Message # 4 | 12:52 PM
I increased gaps where i didnt wanted it to......
Check the site

Natashko
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Message # 5 | 12:54 PM
MysticDragon, add this .forumNameTd {padding: 15px 5px !important;} to CP->Design->Design management (CSS) Do it at the end.
MysticDragon
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Message # 6 | 1:05 PM
Natashko,
Check the site, it still didnt change.
I checked the site with 3 diff browsers

Animorph
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Message # 7 | 1:28 PM
Oh i think i misunderstanded you , i thought that you wanted to increase teh space between forum sections

and MysticDragon, the code natashko provided works perfectly i also tested it out


MysticDragon
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Message # 8 | 1:52 PM
Quote (Animorph)
and MysticDragon, the code natashko provided works perfectly i also tested it out

So there is more gap now than before?
I checked it out with my pc,my brother's and friend's pc but still its the same for me..... cry

Animorph
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Message # 9 | 1:55 PM
MysticDragon, your design is downloaded from ucoztemplates.com so your CSS is located in your file manager , did you put the code on teh correct place ?
MysticDragon
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Message # 10 | 2:03 PM
Quote (Animorph)
your CSS is located in your file manager

well actually i did as natashko said
Quote (Natashko)
add this .forumNameTd {padding: 15px 5px !important;} to CP->Design->Design management (CSS) Do it at the end.

If im wrong ,please do tell me where i have to add the code in file manager? i mean there are like 6 notepad files in filemgr/css folder.

Natashko
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Message # 11 | 2:05 PM
MysticDragon, be attentive. Add .forumNameTd {padding: 15px 5px !important;} to CP->Design->Design management (CSS) I did not say a word about File manager.
MysticDragon
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Message # 12 | 2:24 PM
i didnt add it in file manager
i added it here
CP->Design->Design management (CSS)
pls read the posts above that animorph said that i should it5 in file mgr so i asked him where in filemanager i should i add it

Natashko
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Message # 13 | 2:34 PM
MysticDragon, I did read the post above. But my post and Animorph's post are not related. You do not have to do anything in File Manger. Add it in CSS We have checked your CSS and no changes were made.
Animorph
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Message # 14 | 2:42 PM
MysticDragon, in your CSS ofcourse , since you have a downloaded template at narutomugen.ucoz.com , your forum doesn't have any CSS from the usual uCoz CSS , yours is located in your CSS

here:
Filemanager ---> css ---> forumstyles.css

and you need to add natashko's code there because there is not any part of a code that natashko provided in your CSS that you use for your custom design , you don't use a CSS from the usual place you use CSS that you uploaded into your filemanager so go to

Filemanager ---> css ---> forumstyles.css

Find:

Code
.forumNameTd { padding:2px 0 2px 10px; background:#202020; color:#505050; }

Replace by:

Code
.forumNameTd { padding: 15px 5px !important; background:#202020; color:#505050; }

This is why you need to provide all the information about your forum page , we cannot guess where you have your CSS located


so natashko my post is related to the subject i won't post something if it isn't related to his question


carloscompu
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Message # 15 | 3:11 AM
How do i download my css sheet
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