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I got the idea from someone from MyBBoard. I found it in their requests forum I think.

I decided to make this because it's not possible to do this by editing the CSS.

Description
This plugin allows you to customize the sticky rows in forum display.
It adds 2 new settings:
Subject CSS Style - Enter the CSS style (make sure you use proper CSS here) for the subject (<span>). Leave blank to not use any style.
Row CSS Style - Enter the CSS style (make sure you use proper CSS here) for the entire row (this will affect every <td> as well as every <tr> - stickies only of course). Leave blank to not use any style.

It affects <tr> and <td> because I don't know if any themes use the trow1/trow2 class in <tr> instead of <td>

Screenshots
Of course, this screenshot (with these colours) was just for a testing purpose.
[Image: consoleworldforumsmypla.th.png]

Instructions
Upload contents of the Upload folder to the root of your MyBB installation.
Go to Admin CP -> Configuration -> Plugins and Activate "Highlight Sticky Threads"
Then go to Settings -> Highlight Sticky Threads and add your own CSS to the settings you wish.

License
License.txt

Change Log
Fixed 1 bug
Added compatibility with my Custom Browsing plugin

Upgrade
- Re-upload files
Thanks for share Smile
So we can choose the colour? LoL It seems cool but i like the CSS one of my theme
Simply checking screenshots won't help you that much to understand what plugins do.
Pirata Nervo Wrote:It adds 2 new settings:
Subject CSS Style - Enter the CSS style (make sure you use proper CSS here) for the subject (<span>). Leave blank to not use any style.
Row CSS Style - Enter the CSS style (make sure you use proper CSS here) for the entire row (this will affect every <td> as well as every <tr> - stickies only of course). Leave blank to not use any style.

esio1991

lol test
You have been warned.
nice Plugin,

but i just beginning with CSS and need help.

Can somebody write an example for me?
sure:
Code:
color: #00FF00;
if you use this in one of the settings, the text color of the subject or the entire (depends on which setting you put this) will be green
thanks for this..this what i looking for!!
No problem and welcome!
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