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    Rick, you could try this. Just click the part of the page you want the first name to appear, click on the script button and paste the following code in. It works on the granite theme, I assume it also works on the others. Hope that helps, Kingsley.

    <script type="text/javascript">
    var fullname = document.getElementsByClassName('loginBoxUserName')[0].innerHTML;
    var firstname = fullname.split(" ");
    document.write(firstname[0]);
    </script>

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    I would definitely vote to have this moved up the list. A classified ads module would save me a lot of work maintaining the classified adverts (most of the adverts on our site require photo's so the blog work around is not suitable for us.) I have looked at third party modules but the issue with having a separate login makes it more hassle to our members than it is worth.

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    Kingsley commented  · 

    Webfoot,

    I think you also need to put in the following CSS

    #idLoginContainer .d1, #idLoginContainer .d3 {
    height: 145px;
    }

    When customising a WA site I find the best tool is the "inspect element" feature in Firefox and Chrome (in the menu when you right click). The WA website structure has so many layers of DIV's it is often hard to work out which one is effecting your layout. With the inspect element tool you can select the object you want to customise, see what CSS is controlling it and even experiment with changing the code and see how the browser will display it without making any actual changes to you site.

    As for the members name when logged in, I think the following will probably do the job:

    .loginBox .loginBoxUserName, {
    put font size etc in here
    }

    Hope that helps

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