Changing cellpic(#) height

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Changing cellpic(#) height

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Hi,
I am trying to create a custom style, but since I added so many mods, I am just changing everything in subsilver. My question is, my new cellpic3 has a height of 20 (not 25) and my new cellpic and cellpic1 have a different height as well. When I go into subsilver.css to change it, I find:

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/* Header cells - the blue and silver gradient backgrounds */
th	{
	color: #FFA34F; font-size: 11px; font-weight : bold;
	background-color: #006699; height: 25px;
	background-image: url('images/cellpic3.gif');
I change the 25px to 20px and save it, yet whenever I refresh the page, the cell is still showing as 25 so my image ends and starts to show again. How do I make that cell 20 instead of 25? As well as for the others (cellpic and cellpic1)
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Did you change the heights of the cellpic.gif (s) :?:

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Yes

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My question is, my new cellpic3 has a height of 20 (not 25) and my new cellpic and cellpic1 have a different height as well.


Very beginning of my post.
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Hi,

If you are using a default subSilver, change the CSS in overall_header.tpl.
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Still not working

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I opened that file and scrolled down and found the same lines, changed the 25px to 20px and, still nothing, no changes at all.
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Hi,

Please provide a link to your forum.

Also, which browser are you using?
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Link..

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Okay, I PM'd you the link... don't want to give it out public til the site is done.
Last edited by CyberSpy on Tue Oct 22, 2002 10:58 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Post by Daz »

Hi,

From what I can see of the board you need to alter the heights in such as;

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td.cat,td.catHead,td.catSides,td.catLeft,td.catRight,td.catBottom {
			background-image: url(templates/subSilver/images/cellpic1.gif);
			background-color:#D1D7DC; border: #CBCBCB; border-style: solid; height: 28px;
}

/*
  Setting additional nice inner borders for the main table cells.
  The names indicate which sides the border will be on.
  Don't worry if you don't understand this, just ignore it :-)
*/
td.cat,td.catHead,td.catBottom {
	height: 29px;
	border-width: 0px 0px 0px 0px;
}
th.thHead,th.thSides,th.thTop,th.thLeft,th.thRight,th.thBottom,th.thCornerL,th.thCornerR {
	font-weight: bold; border: #BOBOBO; border-style: solid; height: 28px;
}
td.row3Right,td.spaceRow {
	background-color: #D1D7DC; border: #CBCBCB; border-style: solid;
}
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What file?

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What file would that be in? And I really don't see a difference. I am trying to change the height of cellpic3 btw, which is now 20 not 25px
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Post by Daz »

Hi,

All I can base my advice on is what I can see - the images were in the headers, which have different settings due to the borders.

overall_header.tpl is the file you alter them in.
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Okay

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I follow you, but which line controls the cell in question?
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Post by Daz »

Hi,

I haven't documented the index page, but this should give you an idea for the header cells;

subSilver View Topic
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