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    [Official - Free] How to customize the style of the tags list in first post and even "remove" the comma separator

    If you want to change the style of the tags to how it is styled on this forum (right here in this first post), then add these in css_additional template or via Sitebuilder > Style > CSS Editor.

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    1. For self-hosted vB5, make sure the "Text Only" checkbox is not checked when saving the template.
    2. For vBCloud, you need to hardcode the background color using the same color as the first post background color as defined in thread_starter_background stylevar in Style Variable Editor. So change this:
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    #2
    Can i delete my own posts? (I'm so stupid... i found my problem.... i'm a stupid stupid human. Try to set notes in CSS wit "//" instead of "/**/")

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    • glennrocksvb
      glennrocksvb commented
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      That happens. Be nice to yourself. You can actually use "//" in SCSS

    #3
    The // has Made my css Dont Work correclty and destroyed my Search bar xD it is a reason to hate my self. For today xD

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      #4
      Hi Glenn,

      For some reason the comma changes into a dot:


      Is there different CSS I can use?

      Thanks,
      Rob

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      • glennrocksvb
        glennrocksvb commented
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        It's still comma and not dot. Try increasing the width and height in the second css rule.

      • Fleiding
        Fleiding commented
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        I increased the width and height to 6, but now the borders are not as they should be.

      • glennrocksvb
        glennrocksvb commented
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        Check post #5

      #5
      Fleiding, try these changes in the 2nd css rule:

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      • Fleiding
        Fleiding commented
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        Awesome, enjoy your coffee!

      • glennrocksvb
        glennrocksvb commented
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        Thanks! Glad to help.
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