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"Question - Variables for Comic Avatars?", 9th Jan 2019, 2:40 AM #1
Snarkclaw

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Question: Do comic avatars have variables?

[v:banner] is the URL of the comic's ComicFury banner.
[v:l.avatar] is the avatar of the author of a comment or the author of a blog post, depending upon context.

Is there one for the comic's avatar? (Just trying to learn the different ComicFury variables.)

Thanks! :-)
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9th Jan 2019, 2:42 AM #2
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yes, I actually added it only recently

it's [v:webcomicavatar]
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9th Jan 2019, 2:47 AM #3
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Kyo:it's [v:webcomicavatar]

Handy to know; thanks! :-)
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"Question - Variables And Conditionals in CSS?", 13 days ago, 5:44 PM #4
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Question Again!

Can the CSS portion of custom layouts interpret variables and conditionals, or can only the HTML portion of the custom layouts do that?

For example, would this work in CSS?

[c:banner] width: 50%; [/]
[c:!banner] width: 100%; [/]


Or would it need to be done via HTML instead?

[c:banner] <... style="width: 50%;" ...> [/]
[c:!banner] <... style="width: 100%;" ...> [/]


Thanks in advance! :-)
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12 days ago, 3:08 PM #5
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Yup, it can!!
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12 days ago, 3:29 PM #6
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Great to know; thank you!

I realize now that, when I tested it myself and wasn't getting anything, I had my conditional statement wrong. Oops!
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