I tired looking for the thread, but I can't find it.
Somehow the CSS code that makes it so the profile information has little dividers between them is no longer working on my site. If anyone knows the link, code, or a new way to do this, I'd appreciate it.
You can try this CSS code:
Just change the color hex value (#ccc) to match your theme. works on our test network.
Hope that helps.
Nope, that didn't do it for me.
I recently changed some things on the site. One of the things is placing a background image in the elements. I don't suppose this ruins the css, it shouldn't.
Ok I see that you have made some changes and it depends if it affects your overall CSS or not for this code. It would be more clear if you can post your site address or page so we can get a better understanding of your CSS issue..
I'm pretty sure that the profiles are locked unless you are a member.
It seems that is the case though, it woks fine if I don't have a background image for the elements and just have a color. Kinda sad how that works I guess.
Ok pjcyto. Just tested and it works ok. If you want to force the effect of the code then you need to place the above code on your Custom Code box. Make sure to enclose it with the <style> tags since this is not in the Design Studio. I also suggest using a dark border like #666 or simply black.