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Change text color in table
lowskill
Sat Jun 11 2011, 03:42PM
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Hello,

I dont know how change text color in table LGSL.I tried lgsl_style.css but doesnt help.It changes only in first table with server name, but how can i change others table(ip adress, maps name....?Always text is black.
Dodgeitorelse
Sat Jun 11 2011, 05:09PM
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are you using standalone version?

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lowskill
Sun Jun 12 2011, 04:46AM
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Dodgeitorelse wrote ...

are you using standalone version?

yup
Dodgeitorelse
Sun Jun 12 2011, 08:59AM
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There are a couple ways to do this

first way is in lgsl_config where you change background colors to make text easier to read

second is to create a separate file and use css in it.

I made a separate php file for this on my site. How it is done will depend on how you are planning on displaying your servers tracker.

for example I use the lgsl_zone instead of the lgsl_list. and my php file has the css and then the code to call each zone as I wish.

for example:

global $output, $lgsl_zone_number;
$lgsl_zone_number = 1;
$output = "";
require "lgsl/lgsl_files/lgsl_zone.php";
echo $output;
unset($output);

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lowskill
Sun Jun 12 2011, 12:08PM
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ah, thats hard for me, but i will tried
Dodgeitorelse
Sun Jun 12 2011, 03:11PM
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well if you try I will help

but I'm not going to just do it for you, thats how you learn



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