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 using variables to identify div class?
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so I'm trying to use the custom profile fields to change the color of a profile field per member group. for example, in my css I have this:

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#of-staff  {height: 70px; width: 180px; background: #46a486; position: absolute;}
#of-staff::after {width: 0;
height: 0;
border-style: solid;
border-width: 30px 180px 0 0;
border-color: #46a486 transparent transparent transparent;
content: ""; position: absolute; top: 70px;}


in my mini profile I have this
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       <div id="<!-- |field_34| -->"></div>


and my field_34 for the staff profile has
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of-staff
written in the blank. But when I apply everything the div comes up in the source as blank http://files.b1.jcink.com/html/emoticons/sad.gif

Can you not use custom-profile fields in divs? Idk what i'm doing wrong

here is a link to my site. post on page
and now it's working.

smh i have no clue what is going on but i'm going with it.
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Can you not use custom-profile fields in divs? Idk what i'm doing wrong


Maybe it was hidden or something. Could have caused that.

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