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At the top of the boxes below the Highline 2 banner position slideshow is a blue border...how do I change it? And do I need to recreate the master css when I do?
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Hi

You would need to override the css via the custom.css

#logowrap {
border-width: 0 0 4px 0;
border-color: #0084bb;
border-style: solid;
}

Depending on what you wanted to do

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Not the line below the logo, but the line above text at the bottom (i.e. "Hands Held High" etc... )
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In the theme tab of the module, change the colour for the 'Primary'setting.

Then click on the 'create master' css button.

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I'm still having trouble making changes to the showcase/banner in Highline2/Zentools2.

I'm trying to change the the title font color, which I'm guessing includes the 'read more', when it is moused over. I am also trying to change the color of the border above the tabs at the bottom, currently blue.

When I make the changes and create the custom css file, all seems to work smoothly, but nothing changes.

Any ideas of what I can look at?

Site is: scboosters.org

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Hi Micheal,

The buttons pick up from the template settings

Looking at the quickstart that means

in the Buttons section on the right displaying

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I think also if you click the pencil on the banner row in the template settings

and in the right sidebar

In the colors section you can change the text for the text color and the link color

Try that

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Thanks - that was a very helpful tip.

Any ideas of where to look to change the 'top border' color on the navigation tabs at the bottom of the 'showcase'.


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Hi Michael,

With this you need to open the theme tab as Rob said

"In the theme tab of the module, change the colour for the 'Primary'setting."

and save as either master or custom
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If the module breaks on the front end after compiling you need to update the zentoools2 version

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I've done that a few times now, but nothing changes. I could reinstall Zentools2 again, but I have the current version. The process seems to work as expected.


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So you compiled the custom css using create custom css? and then saved ?

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It's odd as I tested this to double check and it works for me locally

I'll take another look
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Does work for me if I use either custom or master css options

If still no joy with it

Update here and I'll give you a style to add to the custom.css in the template css to override the module style

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Yes, and I even remembered to clear my browser cache this time.

I'm changing the color, compiling the custom css and then saving.

Is it possible that Admintools would be blocking these changes.

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hmm I don't think so but not a 100% sure on that

#zentools-225 .cd-slider-nav .cd-marker {box-shadow: inset 0 4px 0 red;}

replacing red with your hex colour value

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That works for me. Thanks.
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I tried changing the module colors in another account. Same result. No change.

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Hi Michael,

hmm odd

But you are ok with the custom.css change?

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Yes, I am 100% satisfied with the custom.css change. If you get a chance, ask Rob if he has any ideas on the matter. Allowing direct access to templates/buildr/ in Admintools is what solved my earlier issues with the Template Manager. If nothing comes of this right now, I'm fine and completely satisfied. Thank you for asking.

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