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JJenson
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USA
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Posted - 05 December 2006 :  17:19:38  Show Profile  Visit JJenson's Homepage
I have site integration installed and I have everything looking like it needs to for this customer except I put a style on the inc_site_left to make the links look the way I would like for them.

Now inc_header.asp has taken on those attributes I only want the links on my inc_site_left.asp to have those attributes?? Not really sure how to seperate the two of them?

THanks

Edited by - JJenson on 07 December 2006 10:24:28

Shaggy
Support Moderator

Ireland
6780 Posts

Posted - 06 December 2006 :  04:18:10  Show Profile
Give the links in inc_site_left.asp their own style class, different from that of the links in inc_header.asp.


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JJenson
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USA
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Posted - 06 December 2006 :  12:05:50  Show Profile  Visit JJenson's Homepage
Thanks Shaggy I actual only defined the style class in the inc_site_left.asp. I did not touch the inc_header.asp thats why is confused me maybe I should just give the links in inc_header there own class? I am guessing this will solve the problem. But I was more curios as to why this happend.

THanks Shaggy as always
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Shaggy
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Ireland
6780 Posts

Posted - 06 December 2006 :  12:14:13  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by JJenson
But I was more curios as to why this happend.
Throw us some links if you want us to have a gawk.


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JJenson
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Posted - 06 December 2006 :  12:28:51  Show Profile  Visit JJenson's Homepage
Here is the link for you shaggy.

www.extremedancestudio.com/forum/
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JJenson
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USA
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Posted - 06 December 2006 :  13:46:31  Show Profile  Visit JJenson's Homepage
By the way this is still a work in progress just so thats why the background still looks a little funny

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JJenson
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USA
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Posted - 07 December 2006 :  10:13:45  Show Profile  Visit JJenson's Homepage
Shaggy Just wondering if you ever saw anything that would be causing this?
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Shaggy
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Ireland
6780 Posts

Posted - 07 December 2006 :  10:44:09  Show Profile
After defining styles for the style20 and style21 classes, you're redefining the styles for the pseudoclasses of your anchor tags which overwrites the styles in those classes.


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JJenson
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Posted - 07 December 2006 :  10:55:57  Show Profile  Visit JJenson's Homepage
So how do I set it up in inc_site_left.asp so that it is only define there and no where else? I am guessing I could just do some html in each link to define each link seperately but not sure if that would work or if there is a better way?

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Shaggy
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Ireland
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Posted - 07 December 2006 :  11:00:13  Show Profile
Delete the style definitions for the anchor tag (leaving style20 and style21) from your stylesheet (not the Snitz stylesheet found in inc_header.asp).


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JJenson
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Posted - 07 December 2006 :  11:05:34  Show Profile  Visit JJenson's Homepage
Ok I think I understand but I want to clarify just cause this is something I have not done before. I need to delete the style definitiosn in the inc_header that refer to style20 and style21?
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Shaggy
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Ireland
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Posted - 07 December 2006 :  11:10:22  Show Profile
No, just the styles for the anchor tag immediately below those.


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JJenson
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Posted - 07 December 2006 :  11:13:02  Show Profile  Visit JJenson's Homepage
Ahh ok thanks I will give it a go. Shaggy you are a great help and very patient when someone is learning I do appreciate it. I am coming along though i promise
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Shaggy
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Ireland
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Posted - 07 December 2006 :  11:13:47  Show Profile
Believe it or not, everybody here was learning at some stage (and we all still are), so we know what it's like


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JJenson
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Posted - 07 December 2006 :  11:34:03  Show Profile  Visit JJenson's Homepage
So I guess not coming along as fast as thought.

this is where i think you are talking about in inc_header.asp
"<style type=""text/css"">" & vbNewLine & _
"<!--" & vbNewLine & _
"a:link {color:" & strLinkColor & ";text-decoration:" & strLinkTextDecoration & "}" & vbNewLine & _
"a:visited {color:" & strVisitedLinkColor & ";text-decoration:" & strVisitedTextDecoration & "}" & vbNewLine & _
"a:hover {color:" & strHoverFontColor & ";text-decoration:" & strHoverTextDecoration & "}" & vbNewLine & _
"a:active {color:" & strActiveLinkColor & ";text-decoration:" & strActiveTextDecoration & "}" & vbNewLine & _
".spnMessageText a:link {color:" & strForumLinkColor & ";text-decoration:" & strForumLinkTextDecoration & "}" & vbNewLine & _
".spnMessageText a:visited {color:" & strForumVisitedLinkColor & ";text-decoration:" & strForumVisitedTextDecoration & "}" & vbNewLine & _
".spnMessageText a:hover {color:" & strForumHoverFontColor & ";text-decoration:" & strForumHoverTextDecoration & "}" & vbNewLine & _
".spnMessageText a:active {color:" & strForumActiveLinkColor & ";text-decoration:" & strForumActiveTextDecoration & "}" & vbNewLine & _
".spnSearchHighlight {background-color:" & strSearchHiLiteColor & "}" & vbNewLine & _
"input.radio {background:" & strPopUpTableColor & ";color:#000000}" & vbNewLine & _
"-->" & vbNewLine & _
"</style>" & vbNewLine & _


I took out the a in it but not really sure where those anchors are actually and this is the only reference I can find to the style at all there is no style20 or syle21 in the inc_header file??

Thanks again
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Shaggy
Support Moderator

Ireland
6780 Posts

Posted - 07 December 2006 :  11:38:21  Show Profile
Nope, that was the Snitz stylesheet in inc_header.asp I was referring to - that needs to stay intact. It's your own stylesheet, which, I'm guessing, is in inc_site_left.asp that you need to remove the definitions from.


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