XF 1.x Discussion list stats

Boone

Well-Known Member
Don't know if there are called discussion lists stats or not, pleas excuse my ignorance. But how can I change the colors?
 

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Steve

Pixel Exit Staff
For the node stats
Code:
.forum_list .xbnodeStatsContainer dl {
color: #333;
}

In the 2nd screenshot what text do you want changed?
 

Boone

Well-Known Member
The text Latest and the date of the post.

The post title and user name are links. I'm sure that's in the XB style properties?
 

Steve

Pixel Exit Staff
Links: Style Properties -> Building Blocks -> Secondary Content Link

Last post date:
span.DateTime.muted.lastThreadDate {
color: red;
}
 

Boone

Well-Known Member
This didn't work?

FYI: Didn't try the Links: Style Properties -> Building Blocks -> Secondary Content Link yet.

Also, in the screenshot. Can the actual numbers be changed (the color)?
 

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Boone

Well-Known Member
No sir didn't take/work.
 

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Russ

Pixel Exit Staff
Remove the:
Last post date:

It should only be:
Code:
span.DateTime.muted.lastThreadDate {
color: red;
}

Last post date: is not CSS, he was just telling you the solution for: Last post date:
 

Boone

Well-Known Member
As you can see it only changed an actual date (and not the time at all). Not anything from yesterday, today, a moment ago, etc.....
 

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Russ

Pixel Exit Staff
As you can see it only changed an actual date (and not the time at all). Not anything from yesterday, today, a moment ago, etc.....

Let me start over then, what colors are you wanting to change on that specific last post area? Just the links? Author, text and links?
 

Steve

Pixel Exit Staff
You need this CSS is EXTRA.css, change red to what you want.

Code:
span.DateTime.muted.lastThreadDate {
color: red;
}

Then in the Style Properties -> Building Blocks -> Secondary Content and Secondary Content Link

Change the text colors to what you want.
 

Boone

Well-Known Member
FYI; It didn't make change all the dates and times.
 

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