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I think I may have figured out a couple of things ... here goes:

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To the left of each comment box, is the member info box. Here the border is a thin line, on PR's board it is thicker.

The border lines are also dashes, instead of one constant line. And the dividers between the heading/footing of each comment box, as well.

I think those are the borders she wants to make changes to, and needs to know where those settings/codes are located.







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Thanks, Jox!

Autumn, is that what you want? To make your existing borders thicker?

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Yes. !You got it !thanks Jox. Have to laugh -it takes a few people to decipher what it is I'm trying to say.
Phew hah. thanks again.

That's what I would like on the My Country Home ( now calico corner ) skin.😀😁

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Yes. !You got it !thanks Jox.


You are most welcome.

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Have to laugh -it takes a few people to decipher what it is I'm trying to say.
Phew hah. thanks again.


You're welcome, again. Lesa and I are used to it. Back when we first met at Whoosh (ezBoards), I had to explain to her what the Oxygen-Xena refugee board members meant. They confused her all of the time. emoticon Brings back memories.







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Thanks, Jox!


You are most welcome. It's deja vu all over again. emoticon







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Lol
Ahh.. yes I started with ezboard too. Enjoyed learning HTML. I find CSS a bit more ,umm,[sign in to see URL]. Confusing🙂😛

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What is it about CSS that you find more difficult to understand than HTML?

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Ahh.. yes I started with ezboard too. Enjoyed learning HTML. I find CSS a bit more ,umm,[sign in to see URL]. Confusing🙂😛


I got some useful books, and found that CSS isn't as hard to do as I thought. However, I don't use CSS enough to remember what I've learned, and have to keep looking it up in the books whenever I need to use it.

Lesa has a website with lessons for anyone wanting to dip a toe into the "xHTML/CSS" waters. It's a good place to start.

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 What is it that I find difficult let me think ... oh -for one
 Why the"exclamation point"(below)and how do you know when it's needed. "container "is a foreign word to me -what does that mean exactly?

div id="container"><!-- Look for this in the CSS to change background images -->

And "banbox". Exactly and "float". I don't get that at all. Part of it is I haven't taken a Knouff time to learn it in increments as I did With HTML

I'm in a hurry -I want to learn it All now ,lol,my broken back is not helping my concentration.

I'll check out that link .thanks!

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 What is it that I find difficult let me think ... oh -for one
 Why the"exclamation point"(below)and how do you know when it's needed. "container "is a foreign word to me -what does that mean exactly?

div id="container"><!-- Look for this in the CSS to change background images -->


Think of "container" as a box. You can use a "container" to limit how wide a board is.

My boards with a "container":
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There are several ways to create a container. One of which is the code I use on my 'Twilight' board. You would put this at the very top of the CSS box:

#container {

 width: 80%;
 margin: 0 0 0 203px; /* top right bottom left */
 padding: 0;
 }


You would put this at the very top of the HTML Header box:

<div id="container">


And then you would put this at the very bottom of the HTML Footer box:

</div><!-- end container -->



You can make changes to the "80%" & "203px".



This is my board without a container:

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I plan on adding a container at some point. I think boards with a container look nicer.



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And "banbox". Exactly and "float". I don't get that at all. Part of it is I haven't taken a Knouff time to learn it in increments as I did With HTML


 ... hmm ... I think "float" means the object moves up and down when you scroll up and down the page. Like the header/footer images on my 'Twilight' board. On some boards, the image stays in one place while the rest of the boards/forums/threads scroll up and down. Like the menu to the left on my 'Twilight' board.

I've never used a "banbox," but I'm guessing it means "banner box". You would put your banner code in that bit of coding.



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I'm in a hurry -I want to learn it All now ,lol,


I completely understand. I flip through the books looking for what I want to do, when I want to do it ... coding on the fly. Then come here with questions when I can't dig myself out of my hole. emoticon



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my broken back is not helping my concentration.


I'm so sorry about your back. I'm sure it is a huge distraction.



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I'll check out that link .thanks!


You are most welcome.







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