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  • [Forum] What stylevar is this?

    I'm getting sick of the stylevars in vBulletin. It's much harder than it should be....

    That being said, which stylevar is this? It's the dropdown menu border. I've gone though everything that has 'border' in it and nothing matches.


    Running vB since 4-14-2002

  • #2
    These too..

    Running vB since 4-14-2002

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    • #3
      This should help you.

      http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...-using-Firebug

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      • #4
        More..

        Running vB since 4-14-2002

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Andy View Post
          That doesn't help me. I use Firebug, and I need the stylevar.
          Running vB since 4-14-2002

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          • #6
            Originally posted by IDN View Post
            That doesn't help me. I use Firebug, and I need the stylevar.
            Did you follow the example? Step 5 onward shows you how to create a css and place it into the additional.css template.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Andy View Post
              Did you follow the example? Step 5 onward shows you how to create a css and place it into the additional.css template.
              Why should I have to change it in the .css file when there should be a stylevar for it?
              Running vB since 4-14-2002

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              • #8
                Try this. http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/entry...PDF-Documents)
                Originally posted by IDN View Post
                That doesn't help me. I use Firebug, and I need the stylevar.
                There are styles vars for all of them. It is easier if you find them than me looking them up for you.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by IDN View Post
                  Why should I have to change it in the .css file when there should be a stylevar for it?
                  There isn't a stylevar for everything. That's why I suggest you put a css override in the additional.css template for those items you don't quickly find in the stylevars editor.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Super Cat View Post
                    Try this. http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/entry...PDF-Documents)There are styles vars for all of them. It is easier if you find them than me looking them up for you.
                    That is the first place I looked. Thanks though. Everything I change that says it's supposed to be there isn't.

                    Originally posted by Andy View Post
                    There isn't a stylevar for everything. That's why I suggest you put a css override in the additional.css template for those items you don't quickly find in the stylevars editor.
                    Unless you know the answer, stop replying to this thread.
                    Running vB since 4-14-2002

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                    • #11
                      Is it really wise to yell and turn away the people trying to provide you with help? The firebug tutorially will teach you how to find the stylevars.

                      If you followed the tutorial provided you would have found them instead of waiting a few hours for a response.
                      Code:
                      .toplinks .nonotifications .popupbody a {
                       background: {vb:stylevar navbar_popup_link_background};
                       color: {vb:stylevar navbar_selected_popup_body_a_Color};
                       float: none;
                       clear: none;
                       padding: 0 {vb:math {vb:stylevar padding}/2};
                       margin-{vb:stylevar left}: 0;
                       text-align: {vb:stylevar left};
                       line-height: {vb:stylevar navbar_tab_size.height}px;
                      }
                      .toplinks .nonotifications .popupbody a:hover {
                       background:{vb:stylevar imodhilite_backgroundColor};
                       color: {vb:stylevar navbar_selected_popup_body_a_Color};
                       text-decoration: {vb:stylevar linkhover_textDecoration};
                       padding: 0 {vb:math {vb:stylevar padding}/2};
                      }
                      For the breadcrumb
                      Code:
                      .breadcrumb .navbit a:hover {
                       border-color:{vb:stylevar lightweightbox_border.borderColor};
                       background-color:{vb:stylevar lightweightbox_background.backgroundColor};
                      }

                      If you do not want to change those stylevars for the top links, override them with custom css in additional.css

                      There are not stylevars for everything.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Zachery View Post
                        Is it really wise to yell and turn away the people trying to provide you with help? The firebug tutorially will teach you how to find the stylevars.

                        If you followed the tutorial provided you would have found them instead of waiting a few hours for a response.
                        Code:
                        .toplinks .nonotifications .popupbody a {
                         background: {vb:stylevar navbar_popup_link_background};
                         color: {vb:stylevar navbar_selected_popup_body_a_Color};
                         float: none;
                         clear: none;
                         padding: 0 {vb:math {vb:stylevar padding}/2};
                         margin-{vb:stylevar left}: 0;
                         text-align: {vb:stylevar left};
                         line-height: {vb:stylevar navbar_tab_size.height}px;
                        }
                        .toplinks .nonotifications .popupbody a:hover {
                         background:{vb:stylevar imodhilite_backgroundColor};
                         color: {vb:stylevar navbar_selected_popup_body_a_Color};
                         text-decoration: {vb:stylevar linkhover_textDecoration};
                         padding: 0 {vb:math {vb:stylevar padding}/2};
                        }
                        For the breadcrumb
                        Code:
                        .breadcrumb .navbit a:hover {
                         border-color:{vb:stylevar lightweightbox_border.borderColor};
                         background-color:{vb:stylevar lightweightbox_background.backgroundColor};
                        }

                        If you do not want to change those stylevars for the top links, override them with custom css in additional.css

                        There are not stylevars for everything.
                        That would be fantastic if vB was coded properly. But it doesn't work.

                        Trying a dozen combos doesn't work for what the css "should" be.
                        Running vB since 4-14-2002

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                        • #13
                          It works just fine. What code did you add to your additional.css and what isn't working?
                          Last edited by Zachery; Tue 19 Apr '11, 8:55pm.

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