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Written by Bigguyposted in SMF Related Jul 09, 2019, 03:52 PM11 Views
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Being an Administrator of a website is a very unique job. One of which I am very glad to say, has been a great experience for me over the years. Not only are the things you learn from being an Admin useful on the net, but in real life as well. That's not the only thing you gain though. The people you meet are fantastic. If you are an Admin, than you know what I mean. If your not, well keep reading and I'll tell ya my experience with how I became one.
While searching for an answer for my post about changing the "Browse" button I've found the following code in admin.css. There's 2 of these "#manage_boards .button" and both only contain a margin code which doesn't make sense. I was thinking there was a typo.