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Styling Issue 13 years 3 months ago #4069

  • Greyson Schwing
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Hello,

I installed this extension and it is going well, except I am going crazy with the stying. I am using the default html and css-green. Problem is, all these themes ahve wihte text and links and my site uses a white background.

I finally figured out how to make the field labels show up and how to change the field names to black and how to change the IP address username and such to black. What is killing me is the PostFooter where Reply | Quote is and the voting labels. I have changed every value I could think of in both css-green and css.css to no avail. I cannot seem to determine what class is driving these two things.

The site is www.jaredjamestoday.com/index.php just click any of the "blog" posts and you will see what I mean.

Please help! I am at my wits end on this.

Styling Issue 13 years 3 months ago #4070

  • Daniel Dimitrov
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Hey there! I don't want that the people using !joomlacomment go crazy :)

Your template is rewriting a lot of the css rules for joomlacomment template, that is why you get this problems.
Please add this to your css file.
#comment .sectiontableentry1 .postfooter a {
color: #000000 !important;
}
#comment .sectiontableentry1 .postfooter td {
padding: 0px;
}

Styling Issue 13 years 1 month ago #4526

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I just installed JC and am having the same problem with white text. How did you solve this? Thanks.

Styling Issue 13 years 1 month ago #4527

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Daniel's suggestion did the trick for me.

Add
#comment .sectiontableentry1 .postfooter a {
color: #000000 !important;
}
#comment .sectiontableentry1 .postfooter td {
padding: 0px;
}

to your css file

Styling Issue 13 years 1 month ago #4528

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I'm a little phobic about altering code. Can this addition go at the bottom of the css file or does it need to go someplace specific? thank you!

Styling Issue 13 years 1 month ago #4529

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at the end should be fine.
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