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I would like to change the size of the icons in the forums. But it seems to be hard coded some where @ 16x15.

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Clarification Request
What icons in what forums?

In reply to: Looking for help on Web-App CMS

I'd suggest creating new icons with a higher resolution, and then updating the CSS to accommodate. However, the details are a bit light so your mileage may vary.


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Web-App CMS

In reply to: What icons in what forums?

This script is written in Perl and has no CSS.

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I mean...

In reply to: Web-App CMS

Is this a forum you created/run or are you looking to customize one that you visit? Is it powered by packaged forum software? (Which one?)

If there's no CSS, which is somewhat unusual, and you run the forum, you can just replace the image on the server with the new one you wish to use.


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What John said

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plus where the file is mentioned e.g. <img src="#" height="15" width="16" alt="Image" /> you'll also want to update the width and height attributes in the image tag, otherwise the icon's size will still not change.


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