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Changing the colours of my store?


loki

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Hello,

 

Before I get told "you should read a help file" I already did and am now more confused <_< .

 

At any rate on my store I have got to the point where now I get to worry about the asthetics. I need to know how to change the colours for the display boxes. I have a practise store that I use for all my new installations to see they work before I mess up my real page:

 

http://czentertainment.netfirms.com/store2/nfoscomm/catalog/

 

You will notice the header and footer bars I have figured out how to change their colours to something else, but for the life of me I can't get the rest of those topic header to change. Now allow me to be clear, i'm wanting to change the colour of those grey box headers, like "languages" "categories" and all the rest of them. How would I go about doing this?

 

Also if I were to get really ambitious and make some kind of skin for myself, can I change all the parts i'm trying to turn blue "header, footer, languages, currencies, etc" into a graphic? If so how do I go about changing the grey bars to the skin graphics I make?

 

The real store that i'm going to do this to is here if anyones interested:

 

http://czentertainment.netfirms.com/store/nfoscomm/catalog/

 

Thanks in advance for helping with this most likely simple of things.

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Sorry for the double post....

 

Further research tells me that my problem is in the stylesheet.css in this snippet:

 

TD.infoBoxHeading {
 font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;
 font-size: 10px;
 font-weight: bold;
 background: #2776B4;
 color: #2776B4;

 

Now that's what I changed it to, which should turn the rest of my box headers to the blue i've selected AFAIK. Someone able to help or point me in the right direction?

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You can click the link in my signature for the MS2 documentation and download that. There is a full description of what the different styles do and control. Plus a whole bunch of other helpfull information. Or you can go to http://www.oscommerce.info/kb/osCommerce/C...n_and_Layout/54 which is updated for the upcoming release but I think the stylesheet is the same or atleast should be close enough to be able to get an idea of what is what... but not 100% sure.

Wendy James

 

Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.

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