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Trying to mess with the stylessheet with no luck


Adamanto75

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Hello All,

 

I'm trying to mess with the style sheet and change the colors of the background and basically everything else, but when I cahnge the colors nothing changes at all...

 

I really need help I feel crippled lol...

 

Thanks in advance

 

Adamanto75

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Be more specific on your problem and start with:

 

What version of oSC are u using?

 

p.s. did you searched the forum for solution?

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Just use Inspect Element in chrome or firebug in Firefox, locate the file and specific line of what you changed and edit this CSS file in notepad++

 

Correct! ;)

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Just use Inspect Element in chrome or firebug in Firefox, locate the file and specific line of what you changed and edit this CSS file in notepad++

 

 

Thanks I used that thing before and was trying to download it but couldn't remeber the name, but now I got it thanks to you lol

 

Thanks Man (or girl)

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The div I'm trying to change the color for is ".infoboxheading" and I want to change the background color from blue to brown and I change it in the file upload the file and it doesn't change, I tried chaning the entire background color to black (just to see if that would change) and it did change the color of the background but I can't change the color of the infoboxheading. It's driving me nuts lol....

 

Any help or advice would be greatly appreciate (but not compensated lol).

 

Adamanto75

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In 2.3.1 the infobox headers are images. The file you need is catalog/ext/jquery/ui/redmond/jquery-ui-1.8.6.css and the images are in the same folder but images/what ever the image is called.

REMEMBER BACKUP, BACKUP AND BACKUP

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To get info on design and color changes, click on basics for osc 2.3+ design in my signature and also have a look at this>>

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