|Posted by: Alexander - 2011-05-29 09:36:33 PM|
|Because some of us are either lazy, or don't even care about other stuff.|
Edit: Or at least what I think, I am not really sure.
FakeEdit(?): Someone please kill me because I just said that sentences above.
|Posted by: Fireblast124 - 2011-05-28 09:29:02 PM|
|Why are we teaching our users to use inline css?|
|Posted by: Blumiere - 2011-05-28 09:22:19 PM|
|Comment: Bad luck man|
|what about ghost trick blumiere|
or would you rather watch naruto's surprise butt fun
|Posted by: Bad luck man - 2011-05-28 04:36:01 PM|
|Why is anyone still using the <font> tag|
|Posted by: Techokami - 2011-05-28 03:04:39 PM|
|From what it looked like I thought marioVSshadow was referring to a <font color="#"> tag with the color attribute. I had never thought of the site's BBC code because I never knew that styling colour actually existed. Then again that's mainly because I never use it myself.|
|Posted by: E-Man - 2011-05-28 01:56:33 PM|
|[color=foobar] becomes <span style="color: foobar">, not <font>.|
...though I can't deny that people should be combining it with their other CSS somehow.
|Posted by: Alcaro - 2011-05-28 01:49:11 PM|
You can use CSS to correct your colour however if, like me, you're unsure of how to do so just put at the top of your header [ color=#ffffff ] and put [ /color ] at the bottom of your footer (obviously remove the spaces). If you use a different colour, just replace #ffffff with the hex number of whatever colour text you want.
Except don't use it that way. What you're suggesting requires the font tag, which is depreciated. Instead use the span tag with a style attribute <span style="color:#0f0;">like so</span>. Besides, if anyone is using a a layout at all, they would have put their font colour property in their first div/table/text cell using color:#; anyways. Or at least I hope they do...
|Posted by: E-Man - 2011-05-28 01:47:18 PM|
|As most of you use white text in your layouts lemme just add. You can use CSS to correct your colour however if, like me, you're unsure of how to do so just put at the top of your header [ color=#ffffff ] and put [ /color ] at the bottom of your footer (obviously remove the spaces). If you use a different colour, just replace #ffffff with the hex number of whatever colour text you want. Note that this does not affect your code box but who uses that anyway?|
|Posted by: MVS - 2011-05-28 08:46:29 AM|
|Ohey someone finally mentioned this! I hate it when people only test their layouts on one scheme!|
|Posted by: dax - 2011-05-28 08:38:01 AM|
|The best solution is to disable "Show post layouts" in your profile options. |
|Posted by: yogui - 2011-05-28 07:46:18 AM|
|Yay! The system works!|
|Posted by: MVS - 2011-05-28 07:36:58 AM|
|haha did you seriously make a news post about this (but i guess it is sort of an issue)|
and it wasn't my idea blame mvs
|Posted by: Forty2 - 2011-05-28 07:23:23 AM|