I am using the "pawn" template and would like to display a border around all the widget frames to better separate them visually. Is it possible to edit the global style for all widgets so they would display with a subtle border similar to the border around members on the site member page and have this applied to any existing and future widgets on the page(s). A separating line at the bottom of each widget frame similar to the line separating forums might also work nicely.
There is the other three column template you could try, which has the outline/division between the widgets - I use that one for ours but have ensured there are only widgets on one side in order to get the content width I wanted (http://www.darkwolves.eu/ ) - the alternative, if you have that option, is have a look through the V4 templates. There's probably a CSS way of doing what you want on the template you have, but I'm not clever enough to know of it :p
Hi Rumblepaws, I have been here for years. When I first did the changes and template thing, I had no idea what I was doing. I made thousands of mistakes. I didn't understand where to put what. Then one day, it all clicked. So, it will be fine and if you make a mistake, its ok, you can fix it.
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haha me too! It's less easy to make "live" mistakes now with V5 as you can see a lot of the consequences of changes prior to saving them, but V4 was a regular trial by fire!
What I tend to do is browse other guild websites and if I see something I'd really like on mine, try to work out how to do it ... if all else fails, ask or google ;-)