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How to target a tr/td?


If you click on the thumbnail pic it will take you to a full sized screen grab that shows a Chrome Browser inspection of a message board with the boardstats table being hidden. The td inside of the td is what I am interested in. I would like to move the new board widget, all the links at the bottom of the board, and add a new link to the boards member list in that td but I am not sure how to go about targeting that td in the CSS/HTML to do all that.
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Any help figuring this "starting point" would be greatly appreciated...

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Re: How to target a tr/td?


Your two arrows are pointing at two different areas.

<td align="left"></td></tr></table><br /><br />

<div class='msg_foot_linkbar'>Area you're pointing at in the page itself.
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Re: How to target a tr/td?


I did that kinda on purpose. The arrow going from the lower left corner up to:

<td align="left"></td> looks like it would be the perfect spot for the changes I want to make but the question is how to target that in the CSS and how to place things so they go there in the HTML.

The arrow going up to the page itself was intended to point to that blue line which shows the position of the tr that the td is residing in...

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Re: How to target a tr/td?


I still don't understand what you're trying to do. Are you trying to add content or styling? You can add styling to .msg_foot_linkbar, but you can't add content to that or to the empty td.

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So the empty td is really a non-touchable board element then? That was what I was trying to figure out how to use since it is in the position where I want to add both styling and content...

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Yes, that part is pretty much untouchable, where actual content is concerned.

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Re: How to target a tr/td?


I know! If I cannot target a existing td and use it I'll clutter the mark-up by adding a new <div> using the trick you described over here but instead of using the "who's online" CLS entry I'll use the "forum list moderator" entry... I bet that will work...

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Re: How to target a tr/td?


I didn't re-read that whole post, but the the addition of #ak_forum_home made at least the first part of that obsolete.

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