Who is online module: Horizontal

13 years 8 months ago #1093 by lennox
Hello, can anywhone change the cb online module, I need one with a horizontal view.

Like this:

Now online:
John,Mick,Mike,Tes,Tessa,Jolan,Dillen,


etc etc.
When the list is to long, the names must go on below the above names.

like:

Now online:
John,Mick,Mike,Tes,Tessa,Jolan,Dillen,
Henk, Johnen, Bul

It would be great if this function is enabled!


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13 years 8 months ago #1751 by beat
It's implemented as a unnumbered list <ul> exactly for that purpose among other accessibility concerns. You can format the list like you say in CSS in your site or CB template without any hacking...

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13 years 8 months ago #1759 by lennox
Ooo! He Thanx man!!!
;)


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Official partner and PR-man of dcsFlashGames
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13 years 8 months ago #1809 by Phil_K
Hi.

Hmm ... not sure who's wrong but as far as i know html and
css in matters for ul / li elements there is no chance to
break an ul formated list to be displayed in one row.

The online list is formated like:

- user1
- user2
- user3

You can override by styles if there should be a bullet or
other image displayed as list-symbol.

Btw, if you use "list-style-type: none;" make sure to
add "background-image: none" on the li's as some joomla
tamplates use that in il definition to add the list symbols.
That may a reason why on joomlapolis the ul denies it but it
still is shown.

But by css you can not force a list to be like

- user1 -user2 -user3

You do can shape the display of text insinde a li tag to be
nowrap and so on, but not on a bunch of li's.

But maybe i just have overseen the mayor clue. ;)

Greets
Phil.

Post edited by: Phil_K, at: 2005/12/10 12:47
13 years 8 months ago #1816 by JoomlaJoe
Phil_K wrote:

But by css you can not force a list to be like

- user1 -user2 -user3


Hi Phil_K,

What Beat is referring to is the display style attribute. If you apply that to the
  • tags of your list with a value of inline then you are golden. By default the display attribute has a value of list-item but can be overwritten and nicely wraps based on space.



  • Hope this helps! :P

    NOTE: using brackets to represent html as the forum blocks it otherwise.

  • JoomlaJoe *The developer formally known as MamboJoe*
    CB Core Team
    13 years 8 months ago #1822 by Phil_K
    Hi.

    Thought i've overseen something. ;)

    Thanks for pointing at it, JoomlaJoe.

    Greets
    Phil.

    Post edited by: Phil_K, at: 2005/12/10 20:41
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