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  • #31
    How do I change the color (from white) of the Recent Blog Posts (see screen shot), Recent Comments, Recent Forum Posts from the CMS page?

    I've searched and tried on my own. Please advise. I'll admit it does sound easy but I'm at a loss. So, an answer shouldn't be to hard to obtain here.

    Thanks!

    I'll be submitting a support ticket later regarding my CMS. I can't get it to look like this site layout no matter what I try.

    Disclaimer: I know about Lynne's tutorial so do not point me in that direction.
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    • #32
      Originally posted by soundpunk View Post
      I really dont know why everyones whinging so much, Its really not that hard, its certainly no harder than manually finding and replacing CSS, and they provide you with drop downs to select...
      Install Firebug for FireFox , use the "Inpect" tool and roll your mouse over the area you want to edit , this should give you a name .. Something like titlebar_postbit just look under your stylevars for anything named like that (try looking for titlebar first)

      If that doesnt work , just enter the whole CSS class name in the style search area of the style manager and you'll find the actual CSS ..

      Iv been using vBulletin less than a month , and iv still managed to create a style im going to use for an upcoming migration .. you can see some screen shots of my development instance here:


      Groups
      http://img252.imageshack.us/img252/4527/groups.jpg

      A Blog post
      http://img406.imageshack.us/img406/3051/blogpost.jpg

      Blog Listing - Listing of blogs
      http://img406.imageshack.us/img406/6073/bloglist.jpg

      Forum
      http://img406.imageshack.us/img406/6023/forumln.jpg
      Tried Firebug.

      Looked for the following in stylevars and couldn't find. cms_widget_post_header, article_preview, cms_widget

      Then went one step further like you suggested and tried to find via CSS class name. No dice. The box on the right in Firebug displays something like css.ph...ols.css

      How can I find something like that.

      Someone told me that the CMS in vB4 is quite buggy. I guess they're right because no one has answered my question (post #31) in over 24 hrs.

      ** Never submitted support ticket because it asked for Admin passwords, etc...

      No need to know that to answer/help with this question
      Last edited by Bob_R; Tue 23 Feb '10, 12:25pm. Reason: Addition to post

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