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qwik420
Need help finding code in css
  • 2005/3/5 9:18

  • qwik420

  • Just popping in

  • Posts: 38

  • Since: 2003/9/11


I'm trying to find where in my css file that these light gray boxes are popping up in. I only see the gray boxes in my wf-sections area of the site. And it is only on the rate article down at the bottom and the review information. Anyone know how this could be listed in css?

HHHQ Example

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highlander
Re: Need help finding code in css
  • 2005/3/5 10:17

  • highlander

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 151

  • Since: 2004/12/5


Hi Qwik420,

The defenition seems to be in the source of your page so you may not find it in a css file at all !

try searching your site-files for #E6E6E6

Good luck !

<edit>Just noticed you use WF-section here. I have never used that module myself but many others have. It is possible that the defenitions for colours and backgrounds and the like are in the admin area.</edit>

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wtravel
Re: Need help finding code in css

Hi,

edited: obviously posted around the same time

I am not too familiar with the module but to me it seems like the background is either defined in a module template or in one of module php files.

I recommend you to do a global search in all files of this module on:

background-color:#E6E6E6;

That should get you the source of the style.

Regards,

Martijn

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adium
Re: Need help finding code in css
  • 2005/5/2 4:16

  • adium

  • Just popping in

  • Posts: 99

  • Since: 2005/1/18


I am having a simuliar problem. I want to change the default background in my downloads section so that I can read them. The color is E6E6E6 and I have searched for this code in all of my files and I can't find it too edit it.

Here is what I am talking about.
http://www.razornylon.com/modules/wfdownloads/viewcat.php?cid=13

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ZPC
Re: Need help finding code in css
  • 2005/5/2 7:55

  • ZPC

  • Official Support Member

  • Posts: 76

  • Since: 2002/1/16


My help to you will be the same as the guys said before...
...the code #e6e6e6 is in the php code of wfdownloads...

I searched my local version (2.0.5) and I found it in these files:
/modules/wfdownloads/templates/wfdownloads_download.html
/modules/wfdownloads/templates/wfdownloads_singlefile.html

If you open these files in some texteditor e.g. notepad, you will easily find it...

After you save it and upload to your server don't forget to Update wfdownloads module in Adnministration -> System module -> Modules Administration


Take care

ZPC

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wtravel
Re: Need help finding code in css

I quickly did a search and find two templates in which this colour code exists:

wfdownloads_download.html
wfdownloads_singlefile.html

edited: Looks like ZPC beat me to it

Martijn

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