June 25th, 2005

Daniel Craig bikini inspector

Can't remember what this falls under

I need to find out how to change the bottom text where the previous/next section is. I don't have my component up as I'm working on it still but I don't want it to be the color that it is. Any input, tutorial link would be nice. Also is it possible to make it a different color of text than the rest of the links?

Switched it to images instead.
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Multi-level Tags in Sidebar

This is code to display your tags in a sidebar component. By naming your tags using a delimiter, for example animals:cats:tabbies or animals:cats:siamese, where the colon is the delimiter, you can display a heirarchical list of tags. If you feel your tags list will take up too much space in the sidebar, there is example styling provided to limit the component's length and display a scrollbar.

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July 28, 2005: Adjusted for new TagDetail class in Core Layer.

June 27, 2005: This code was edited to fix a bug. Heartfelt thanks go to lab_brat for detecting the problem and anchan218 for pinpointing the source of the trouble. Thanks also go out to all of you who are using this crazy experimental code!

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Bi-level Tags in Sidebar

This is code to display your tags in a sidebar component. Similar to my multi-level component, but simpler, designed for those who anticipate never needing more than two levels of tags. By naming your tags using a delimiter, for example animals:cats or animals:dogs, where the colon is the delimiter, you can display a two-level list of tags. If more than one delimiter is used (animals:cats:tabbies) all delimiters after the first are ignored. If you feel your tags list will take up too much space in the sidebar, there is example styling provided to limit the component's length and display a scrollbar.

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July 28, 2005: Adjusted for new TagDetail class in Core Layer.

June 27, 2005: This code was edited to fix a bug. Heartfelt thanks go to lab_brat for detecting the problem and anchan218 for pinpointing the source of the trouble. Thanks also go out to all of you who are using this crazy experimental code!

Unwanted stripe background.

Using this tutorial I was able to create additional components. And, when I select that custom style, they show up and my journal remains in the colour theme Mellow which I had selected before because I clicked override on all the colour options before compiling the layer like the tutorial told me, too. However, as my journal is now, with the Mellow theme, my background appears as a solid light pink. When using my custom layer the background is still pink but has small dark gray stripes through it all, much like the Default theme setting for Component. Is there a box I should have checked or unchecked? Is there a line of code I can add to my custom layer to remedy this?

(Note: I have looked through the FAQ's and back two pages and did not see my question answered. Other people have commented on the tutorial with similar questions but received no responses. I would very much like to figure this out because I want a solid colour background without the lines through it and my additional components.)
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I need help...

Ok, I'm sorry if this is a dumb question... but how do I put in a header? I want to put a header in my journal, and I just got my paid account a few hours ago, so this is very basic to me right now...
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Help with components and navigation

Is there any possible way I can change the width of the component boxes? I am trying to help a friend of mine with her layout, and we can't seem to widen the component boxes.


I apologize if this has already been asked, but after looking through the tutorials I could not find anything relevant to my request. Any help would be very appreciated.