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 Post subject: Surrounding framecolor
PostPosted: 12. Aug 2005, 11:25 
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Here is a short one: Where do I change the colors of the frame that surrounds the pictures. (With the links for navigation etc.)

As you can see at http://www.hsf-1919.dk/?Havefotos , the background for the page and the framecolor doesn't match. I know that this is a very small disignissue, but still. Same color would be nicer.

I have tried to change it myself, but doesn't seem to find the right places to alter the value. :D


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PostPosted: 12. Aug 2005, 15:03 
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1. change in the config.php $show_border to 'FALSE' -> the border is gone (left and right).

2. style.css - td.topnav (and the 2 next ones) - change the color

Thats it,

Michael


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PostPosted: 12. Aug 2005, 15:37 
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I have tried this. Some other CSS maybe is overwriting this!


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PostPosted: 12. Aug 2005, 17:47 
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if you open twg in a new windows (from the menu) - is the color still wrong? because then no other css can interfere.

If the color is still wrong you have to recheck if you have modified the right (and all) entries.

/Michael


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PostPosted: 12. Aug 2005, 22:03 
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No difference! I m sorry, but I am unable to check more this weekend. Next reply wil probably be on sunday or monday.

Till then HI! :)


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When i saw this question i tested it too..

I could change all the colors... but i set the color in the topframe in the style.css and the rest in framestyle.css. But i got another problem.. the hight of the top frame got huge....

lucky for me it was just a testgallery i made for this test.

Vidar


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PostPosted: 14. Aug 2005, 09:16 
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Please take a look at http://www.hsf-1919.dk/?Havefotos

I have now managed to change the colors of the border, but it is as if the backgroundcolor of my template is occuring in the lower border, or else there is a black color somewhere, that I have missed! :?

I have changed the background-colors in framestyle.css and style.css from #EAEAEA to "lightgreen" and it works except in the bottom border.


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PostPosted: 14. Aug 2005, 09:43 
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Again i'm testing to get the same as you...

In framestyle.css there is 3 td.bottom.......
they have a line witch say now: border: solid #000000 i think.

In my test i got the same but only in the center cell, and that line is the only different i could find... try to set it to the same value as the backgroundcolor.

It will be good when Michael is back... then he probably have the answare in a sec.

Vidar


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PostPosted: 14. Aug 2005, 21:02 
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I have found out why I become the wrong colors!

Obviusly the background-color tag can work with or without double quotes in the colorsettings, but the border tag won't accept them.

background-color: "lightgreen"; WORKS
background-color: lightgreen; WORKS
border: solid: lightgreen; WORKS
border: solid: "lightgreen"; does NOT work!

I am sorry for being such a bad "coder" but I honestly wasn't aware of this fact.

Now I have stripped the script from double quotes, and it works fine! :D

Of course if I had used the HEX-values I wouldn't have had this problem!


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