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    Where under Styles would I go to change the background colors on the following

    http://www.mercuryserver.com/vb5/for...25#post1689925 - change background where it say's vBulletin Connect (5.0) as well as color of the text as well as color of the background of the post stating "test" in addition to the color of the text as well.
    Last edited by encryption; Thu 20th Dec '12, 10:55am.
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    Add these to the template css_additional.css:

    For the module title (change #ff0000 & #000000 to whatever colour you would like):
    Code:
    .module-title
    {
    color: #ff0000;
    background: #000000;
    }
    The background of the first post in a thread is covered by the stylevar thread_starter_background.

    The text color in the same initial posts can be changed by adding this to css_additional.css (changing #ff0000 to whatever colour you would like):
    Code:
    .conversation-content-widget .thread-view .conversation-starter .conversation-body .post-content 
    {
    color: #ff0000;
    }
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
      Add these to the template css_additional.css:

      For the module title (change #ff0000 & #000000 to whatever colour you would like):
      Code:
      .module-title
      {
      color: #ff0000;
      background: #000000;
      }
      The background of the first post in a thread is covered by the stylevar thread_starter_background.

      The text color in the same initial posts can be changed by adding this to css_additional.css (changing #ff0000 to whatever colour you would like):
      Code:
      .conversation-content-widget .thread-view .conversation-starter .conversation-body .post-content 
      {
      color: #ff0000;
      }
      In VB4, it could have been done through stylevars. You're saying that we now have to edit CSS in VB5?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by encryption View Post
        In VB4, it could have been done through stylevars. You're saying that we now have to edit CSS in VB5?
        For the items you want, at this stage, yes. Though one of them is a stylevar.

        There is work being done on the stylevars but in any event it's not editing css, it's adding additional css to a template designed for that purpose. This is often needed in vB4 as well, depending on what you're doing.
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