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Posting Area Color Change Occurs In Administrator Color Preview Pane But Not In The Forum

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Solved Posting Area Color Change Occurs In Administrator Color Preview Pane But Not In The Forum

Post by Jim D on November 17th 2015, 9:03 pm

Posting page with blue color that won't change to white:
http://teapartywhitehouse.americantalk.net/t2-what-s-in-the-basket-could-the-contents-make-a-difference


I'm wanting to change the color in the message posting areas from blue to white and this change does in fact happen in the administrators color change preview pane function but doesn't reflect the change in the viewable public forum script itself.


Below is an image of the admin. preview pane I'm talking about. The full forum preview pane doesn't reflect the color change to white but this small administrator area preview pane next to the color change functions does reflect the change.

Thanks for the help!


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Solved Re: Posting Area Color Change Occurs In Administrator Color Preview Pane But Not In The Forum

Post by Jim D on November 17th 2015, 10:21 pm

I finally figured it out! You have to go into the CSS stylesheet tab and change line #160 to the color you want the post background to be.

The colors tabselections should change the color but it doesn't work. If you want the post backgroundcolor changed you have to change it in the CSS stylesheet.

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Solved Re: Posting Area Color Change Occurs In Administrator Color Preview Pane But Not In The Forum

Post by SLGray on November 18th 2015, 1:04 am

You only have to change it in CSS if it is in the stylesheet. If it is not in the CSS, the colors tab section will work, The CSS Stylesheet overrides the colors tab section.

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