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Tiny design fault driving me mad - help!


desk2web

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You just have to go to the php code and, in the body, where is (border = "1") turn into (border = "0").

 

Omar - try looking at his code before you post wrong advice....

 

To the OP - the borders are being applied by this class in your stylesheet:

 

TD.productListing-data {

border-right:1px solid #525252;

border-bottom:1px solid #525252;

text-align:center;

vertical-align:top;

padding:10 10 10 10;

 

 

font-family: Tahoma, Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;

font-size: 12px;

color: #DC1400;

}

 

Simply remove the bolded part and your borders will disappear.

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If anyone has time, could they have a look at http://julietjewellery.web-spaced.net/index.php?cPath=1 its a site design in progress, but one thing is driving me mad, namely how to get rid of what appears to be borders in the actual product listing.

 

Its driving me mad!

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Allan

 

 

off topic, but i wanted to say that it's a nice looking site.

 

one thing i notice, though is that the product listing falls well below the fold on my browser. i.e. i have to scroll down to see it. that means that if i'm at the top of the page as i click on the various categories, i see no visible change in the page (unless i scroll down), which made me think (at first) that the category links weren't working. just a design thing you might think about.

 

cheers,

rj

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Omar - try looking at his code before you post wrong advice....

 

To the OP - the borders are being applied by this class in your stylesheet:

 

TD.productListing-data {

border-right:1px solid #525252;

border-bottom:1px solid #525252;

text-align:center;

vertical-align:top;

padding:10 10 10 10;

font-family: Tahoma, Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;

font-size: 12px;

color: #DC1400;

}

 

Simply remove the bolded part and your borders will disappear.

 

Thanks Jason, but, and this is the strange thing, the CSS stylesheet being called (when I checked with FF) is:

 

CSS - http://julietjewellery.web-spaced.net/index.php?cPath=1

http://julietjewellery.web-spaced.net/index.php?cPath=1

http://silverstore.desk2web.co.uk/stylesheet.css

 

This silverstore sub-domain is an old development site - I have checked config files and cannot see any reference to silverstore any longer, I have tried hard coding the real julietjewellery.web-spaced.net/stylesheet.css address in, but its still "seeing" the silverstore one.

 

This really is sending me crackers!! For now, and to keep the client happy whilst they check it, I have edited the silverstore stylesheet, but I will need to find out where this is going wrong :(

 

Thanks for the help thus far :)

Allan Young

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All sorted, seems I forgot that I was using different templates in STS, and I have changed one of the templates to use a fixed CSS link!

 

DOH!

 

Thanks folks (and comment about the page length/browser folder etc is noted and I'll be looking into that).

Allan Young

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