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    Default Re: Styling user forms

    Thanks, JawaMan, I added a comment to your request with a link back here.

    Can you edit the request to make the target version 2.5.8?

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    Default Re: Styling user forms

    Quote Originally Posted by Nuwanda View Post

    Can you edit the request to make the target version 2.5.8?
    Target versions are set by the OR devs.
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    Default Re: Styling user forms

    Quote Originally Posted by Nuwanda View Post
    Thanks, JawaMan, I added a comment to your request with a link back here.

    Can you edit the request to make the target version 2.5.8?
    Yes my mistake. I realised that just after posting the feature request I put the wrong target version. I added a comment that I meant to put target version 2.5.8.

    As the_sandking stated that has to be changed by OR devs. I hope one of them is kind enough to do that for us.

    Thanks OR Devs

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    Default Re: Styling user forms

    Quote Originally Posted by Nuwanda View Post
    Aden, I wanted avoid hacking the core, and an addon to replace the specific user functions had occurred to me.

    The question I have for the OR experts is: since the user login form is output in the {content} tag, if I simply create an addon to mimic the user login form output function and reference it with my own template tag, I'm still missing out on the full {content} tag output, which is important for displaying error messages, etc., during form submission.

    How can that be solved?
    I don't know what will happen to the full output of {content} if you create an addon but here is another way to keep the output of {content} with a few lines of php and a div without an addon or hacks.

    Example -
    replace {content} with something like this:

    Code:
    <?php 
    
    $id = $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'];
    
    IF ($id=="action=member_login"){
    	$id = 'id="login"';
    }ELSEIF ($id=="action=signup&type=member"){
    	$id= 'id="signup"';}
    ?>
    
    <div <?php echo $id; >
    {content}
    </div>
    In the above example the html id will be in the div's with member_login and member signup, html in other pages will be <div>{content}</div>

    use #login and #signup to style the form table, td's input's etc to your specifications.

    Hope this helps.
    Aden

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    Default Re: Styling user forms

    Quote Originally Posted by Nuwanda View Post

    This problem also exists with the signup and profile forms. This is a shame becuase the rest of OR is wonderfully malleable, meaning you can create this really great looking site... then the login, signup and profile pages spoil it.

    Thanks for the almost-great software, team!
    I agree with you on the spoilers and somewhat on the "great software" comment. Although OR is good it isn't great. Yes it serves a purpose and yes it is free. The OR devs should take some of the time they volunteer for free to listening to the complaints from users. Each complaint and or critique is a great oppertunity to make OR great. It is also too bad that (last I checked) you have to register again to request features that should really be common sense instead of just using your existing forum login to request it.

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