Artisteer Skins - art-PostHeader and art-BlockHeader CSS

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3/15/2010 2:48:08 PM
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Artisteer Skins - art-PostHeader and art-BlockHeader CSS

I am having an issue with several of the Artiseer theme and the CSS beteween the artPostHeader and art-BlockHeader. I noticed on several skins including the green lagoon theme, that the CSS for the sections reneders differently. In my case the admin links for modules in the sections had a different appearance. The art-BlockHeader had underlines in the links where the art-PostHeader did not. I checked and made sure that the text-decoration was set to none for both.

After using FireBug is I notice that the hirearchy of how each is rendered was different. The art-PostHeader was right after the ModuleEditLinks in FireBug, but the art-BlockHeader was at the end. It appears that these setting were being overridden by a:Link setting where test-decoration was set to use underline.

I have verified that it is not just my install doing this and demo.mojoportal.com displays the same when looking at FireBug. Does anyone have suggestions on how to fix this?

 

Thanks

3/15/2010 3:07:10 PM
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Re: Artisteer Skins - art-PostHeader and art-BlockHeader CSS

Hi,

The simplest way to do this is to add your style rule to the CSS selection block for the .ModuleEditLink class. Example:

a.ModuleEditLink,
a.ModuleEditLink:link,
a.ModuleEditLink:visited,
a.ModuleEditLink:hover,
a.ModuleEditLink:active { font-size:10px; text-decoration: none; }

HTH,
Joe D.

3/16/2010 12:42:47 PM
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Re: Artisteer Skins - art-PostHeader and art-BlockHeader CSS

Exactly what I needed. Thanks Joe!

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