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alkutob
The font is too small in my forum main pages addresses ,so how can I control the size and the color of these addresses or even in the categories and topics description fields that appear in the main page
alkutob
Please ,,how can I change my cp password ? ?
alkutob
How can I create an icon for my new topics in my forum ? is there any links lead to this lesson ? thank you
Loathing in Fear
1st answer:

If your font is too small, you can use the HTML <font> tags,
like: <font size=3> "your text" </font> and
<font color=000000> "your text" </font>

2nd answer:

Your cp password... if it is for a forum, you can do this in the "profile" section (at the top of the forum)
If it is for Direct Admin, at the top of the menu page there is a button called:
"password", there you can change your password.

3rd answer:

If you want to change the icons, on your forum, like the "new post" icon,
make an icon yourself, and call it: folder_new.gif, and place it in the: /templates/images folder, it will replace the image that the topic image shows, when there is a new post.

Hope i helped you a little. Smile

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alkutob
The font is too small in my forum main pages addresses ,so how can I control the size and the color of these addresses or even in the categories and topics description fields that appear in the main page

please visit my forum main page at to see what I mean

www.alkutob-jordan.frih.net/forum
Loathing in Fear
when you make a new forum category, try as category name:
<font size="3"> (your category name) </font>
if this is too small / too big, try as font size: 1, 2, 4, or 5.

I'm sorry, but i don't know how to change the main page adresses,
unless you mean the forum title,
when it is the forum title, then you have to try the same as the category name.
You can also try this for the topic description.

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Metaguy
If I understand you right, use the font size changer thingy in a CSS editor. I'm a lil confused of what you're tryin to say, mabye I'm tired... O_o
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