Bootstrap Changes to Forum LIST BBCODE Tags


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Bootstrap Changes to Forum LIST BBCODE Tags

Added some Bootstrap to our lists (first draft subject to change) with PHP changes to the functions_bbcode.php:

Code:
       if ($listtype)
                {

                        $outstuff = '<ol class="list-group" style="list-style-type: ' . $listtype . '">' . $output . '</ol>';
                }
                else
                {
                        $outstuff = "<ul class=\"list-group\" >$output</ul>";
                }
                        $outstuff = '<div class="neo-bbcode-list">'.$outstuff.'</div>';

and also this:



Code:
 /**
        * Handles a single bullet of a list
        *
        * @param        string  Text of bullet
        *
        * @return       string  HTML for bullet
        */
        function handle_bbcode_list_element($text,$listtyle)
        {
                if($listtype)
                return "<li class=\"list-group-item\">$text</li>\n";
                else
                return "<li class=\"list-group-item\"><i style=\"font-size:0.8em;font-color:rgba(0,0,0,0.4)\" class=\"fa fa-circle\"></i> $text</li>\n";
        }


To give these results in the forums:


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