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[TUTORIAL] [PHPBB3] Adjust the space between the user profile and the post, and also resize them.

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Postmasesm on Thu 27 Feb 2014, 02:10

Hello,
If you use the PHPBB3, the space between the profile and the post is too much. Better yet, the profile has so much extra space that some of us don't need. With these two CSS codes, you will be able to adjust the space between the post and the poster's profile, as well as resize them however you please.

Now, in order to understand this trick, you must understand that there is a ratio between how much the profile and the post occupy of each page. With this code, you will be able to adjust the percentages. It is recommend to use percentages because pixels are limited and will not appear perfectly on wide screens, or different browsers.

The first code will determine the space occupied by the profile:
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.postprofile{
width: 12%;
}

The second code will determine the space occupied by the post:
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.postbody{
width: 82%;
}

You see the profile will occupy 12%, and the post will occupy 82%. That means there is 6% left (out of 100%). That 6% will be the space speared to keep a space between the post and the poster's profile.

Hope this helped; cheers,
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PostMichael_vx on Fri 02 Jan 2015, 00:29

looks good idea i guess
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