Moving my tags for r/thelittlepalace like in r/littlespace

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  • I tried looking at their stylesheet but was very confused. I want my hot, trending, etc tags to be in the middle under my banner (I removed them currently because it looked terrible with my submission text box being moved up). Can anyone help me figure out what codes I need to center the tags but keep the submission text box near the top when people click on submit a new link or submit a new text post buttons xvideos Xnxx xxx

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    Hi there.

    Is it possible to move topics after a certain period of inactivity?

    I've tried the nodebb-plugin-archiver but unfortunately it doesn't work for me, I can't save any of it's settings, the plugin is just unresponsive (tried multiple browsers).

    Thanks for any input.

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    You can apply padding on the #content element

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    Agreed, done and fixed in vanilla/persona (and by extension, lavender).

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    Hm... are you using a special theme?

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    @avi Hard to say, they could be doing it through cookies, if you upvote a deal, the upvote of that deal is saved into your cookies, then if you try again in the same browser, it knows you've done it already, however this is also circumventable by changing browsers and deleting your browser cookies. You can make it hard for someone to fake votes, but you can't stop it.

    I think a mixture of email confirmation, cookie usage, limiting who can upvote and downvote (need to post a deal in order to vote for other deals, or something like that) and keeping an eye on activity would deter enough people not to bother trying to fake the votes.

    You'd have to post the deal, log out, clear your entire browser cache, cookies, history etc, create an email account, sign up, verify your account, upvote, then do the whole thing again, the time taken isn't worth it, it would be easier to hire a team of people in the east to do it for you (similar to likes on facebook or views on youtube), and you can't stop them unless you place blanket IP bans on subnet ranges. Which, if you're only concentrating on one place, then that would be fine.