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Jan 22, 12 at 10:06pmjtylerg


I am attempting to create a blog for multiple users, which I have successfully created a separate blog and added a few users. I am attempting to make it so when a member posts to the blog that their name and image appears next to their posts. I noticed that there was some block:post variables that describe this function as being somewhat of a possibility. Am I wrong in that assumption? I am unfamiliar with where to place this code or if it needs any associative div tags to make this functionality take place. I plan to have 5 additional users and that will all have TUMBLR accounts and profile images. What variables and in what location/format would I have to include in the HTML editor to achieve this function? I found the following groupMember block variables on the custom themes section and am at a loss. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you very much!

Here is the different types of variables:


http://www.tumblr.com/docs/en/custom_themes#text-posts

Group Members

Variable

Description

{block:GroupMembers} {/block:GroupMembers}

Rendered on additional public group blogs.

{block:GroupMember} {/block:GroupMember}

Rendered for each additional public group blog member.

{GroupMemberName}

The username of the member's blog.

{GroupMemberTitle}

The title of the member's blog.

{GroupMemberURL}

The URL for the member's blog.

{GroupMemberPortraitURL-16}

Portrait photo URL for the member. 16-pixels by 16-pixels.

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Feb 20, 12 at 4:43pm
jtylerg


Sure!

Here you go! Let me know if you need anything else...

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18209503/tumblr_html.txt



Feb 20, 12 at 4:38pm
Laika


quote jtylerg
Were you able to access that file?
Could you send it in a .txt please? I'm having troubles opening it.



Feb 20, 12 at 1:29pm
jtylerg


Were you able to access that file?



Feb 14, 12 at 2:21pm
jtylerg


Here you go:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18209503/tumbrl_html.rtf

Thanks!



Feb 13, 12 at 9:34pm
Laika


jtylerg I apologise for yet more requests, but could you please post the code for your Tumblr theme here?



Feb 13, 12 at 8:51pm
Laika


jtylerg I'd be happy to but could you please link your blog so that I know what code I'm working with?



Feb 13, 12 at 7:00pm
jtylerg


Laika, thanks! This is perfect and thanks for all you help!

I was checking out the Tumblr staff blog and they have their users/staff as an unordered list on the right side bar. I found some source code for this but wanted to see if knew of a better way:

Here is what is at the source code for the tumblr staff blog (http://staff.tumblr) Just seeing if you had any insight and understand if this is asking too much! Thanks in advance for all your great help!


view-source:http://staff.tumblr.com/



Feb 04, 12 at 6:58pm
Laika


jtylerg you can customise the size of the subject from the general styles, you don't have to do anything with the blocks.

Just edit this code:

#wrapper #content .post .title {
	color: #494949;
	font-size: *font size here*;
	font-weight: bold;
	padding: 10px 10px 0 10px;
	}


You're obviously going to want to change *font size here* to the font size you want.

E.g. if you put 40px there the title for each post would be size 40.




Feb 04, 12 at 3:30am
jtylerg


Quick question: with regard to the "subject" or title of the tumblr blog post where in the HTML string can I control the <h1, h2, h3> tags for the size of the title of the blog?

I'm concerned about increasing the size of text for this portion:

{block:Title}<div class="title">{Title}</div>{/block:Title}

Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks,

-TG



Jan 23, 12 at 9:44pm
Laika


quote jtylerg
This worked perfectly! Thank you very much!:)
You're welcome. :D Have fun with your blog!



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