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color problems...

Posted: Wed Jan 29, 2003 10:56 pm
by ffyinet
I'm changing the existing subSilver colours a bit, and am turning them into a really dark black colour, however, unfotunately, after I change the colours, its fine right, but then there are a few problems...

in the forms i.e. where you type to login on the login.php page, I had set the text to white, but the form background is white, so white on white, ppl don't know what they're typing...

where would I go to fix this...?!?

ffyinet

Posted: Wed Jan 29, 2003 10:58 pm
by Balint
Hi!

A couple of days ago I answered the same question, so please look here.

Regards,
Bálint

Posted: Wed Jan 29, 2003 11:03 pm
by []D [] []V[] []D
Theres also a post around which tells you what all the different things in the EDIT part are on the forum...

I know it's somewhere here i jsut cant find it...

I need it too! :lol:

Posted: Thu Jan 30, 2003 2:28 am
by ffyinet
ARGH!!! IT'S NOT WORKING!!!

I've done everything that you mentioned in that forum Balint, and still NO ADVAIL!!! I'VE SPENT OVER THREE HOURS WORKING ON THIS AND I'M TIRED!!!

really, SOME of the input text stuff showes black in the background, but all the places where you can input text in the admin cp are white background, and my text is white background so as you can see, I can't see what i'm typing in the admin cp, if I want to change the name of my board in the config for example...

HELP!!!

Posted: Thu Jan 30, 2003 10:21 am
by Balint
Hi!

Hm... I don't understand it... I visited your forum and looked at your configuration files, everything seems OK for me. But one thing: why did you define an own admin.css?

In templates/subSilver/admin/page_header.tpl change the line
<link rel="stylesheet" href="../templates/subSilver/admin.css" type="text/css">


into
<link rel="stylesheet" href="../templates/subSilver/subSilver.css" type="text/css">


I do not have two css files...

Additionally you have some errors in the subSilver.css:
a.postlink:visited { text-decoration: underline; color : #AFAEAFE; }


#AFAEAFE is not a valid color.
td.row3 { background-color: #OC1726; }


You typed an "O" instead of "0".

Regards,
Bálint