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Why won't this line of code get it's class color?


bigbob2

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I have installed a contribution which makes the infobox headings in to links rather than the arrows to the right of the heading. It has created the link OK, but it refuses to get the color and hover color from the stylesheet.scc

 

The line of code is:

 

$info_box_contents[] = array('text' => '<a href="' . tep_href_link(FILENAME_SHOPPING_CART) . '" class="a.textbox">' . BOX_HEADING_SHOPPING_CART . '</a><br>' );

 

and the addition to the stylesheet.css is:

 

 

a.textbox {

color: #ffffff;

}

 

a.textbox:hover {

color: #ffffff;

}

 

I don't know enough about PHP to see why this is wrong, any hints?

 

Cheers

Kev

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Well I don't think you can use periods in the name of a class.

 

Try this:

.textbox{color: #ffffff;}


.textbox  A:link {text-decoration: none;}
.textbox  A:visited {text-decoration: none;}
.textbox  A:active {text-decoration: none;}
.textbox  A:hover {text-decoration: underline; color:#ffffff;}

 

 

then change your class="a.textbox" to class="textbox"

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a.textbox is a valid selector entry in the CSS file to declare that class "textbox" when used with an anchor (<a>) tag has the specified properties. You would never use "a.textbox" in the tag's class name as you were doing here. It would just be class="textbox". In the CSS file, a.textbox could be used, or just .textbox if you had no other uses of that class.

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