HTML/CSS Whitelist & Tweaks

Posted 4 years, 7 months ago (Edited 2 years, 21 days ago) by lulu

I'M NOT A FRONT END DEVELOPER omg i should really hire one but i'm literally never going to get around to it i'm so sorry 

Anyway if you see anything in the source that could be fixed to make skinning profiles easier or if you need any specific IDs or classes on elements make a post and I'll see if I can add it in for you (it's basically entirely dependent on whether it breaks current profiles or not).

Also, if you wanna use certain tags / attributes and you've noticed that they're blacklisted just post here and I'll see whether I can add it in for you, ye o/


Please use a sleek scroll bar throughout the website, some templates look incredibly crowded and unappealing with those huge, chunky scroll bars. 


I asked for it almost a year ago, so just refreshing: I would LOVE to have "object-fit" to be able to better style images on some of my profiles. I know I could theoretically use "background-size" but trying to rework my profile to use background-size with cards has proven to be massively headache inducing and I'd really just prefer having "object-fit" to get the same job done faster!


I'm with the people above requesting object-fit, iframes, and slimmer scrollbars! Not having object-fit makes for such a headache...


It would be awesome if there was a way to imbed videos or audio of some sort!


re-iterating to pleaaaase whitelist scrollbar styling, a sleeker style and being able to colour the bars (if even just to theme colours) would be amazing. thanks!


sidebar styling is already whitelisted, it must be done through css sheets which is a premium feature


also we can imbed youtube videos via the default embed info provided on the vid, as well as audio files with the html5 audio command


Wicked ; do you think any chance we'd get to atleast colour the scrollbars in HTML? even if it's just by the bootstrap colours?


Lotor ; understandable, im a bit new to this, i was just working off the assumption that since the html style tag allows for limited css-based styling, something similar could be achieved. (i.e. isn't bootstrap technically css framework? im probably incorrect on that LOL)

but i did miss the part about scrollbars being integrated, so i understand why they can't be styled. sorry for the confusion, and thanks for the clarifcation!