cycle nav css where is it?

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1/26/2012 4:07:16 PM
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cycle nav css where is it?

I am using the cycle feature by enabling slideshow from the html content feature.

I also have the "enable slideshow pager" turned on.

I noticed that the pages is a series of numbers and has a class of "cyclenav" associated with it.

I want to find that css and change it so I can have images or a different style to the nav.  where is that css located?

thanks in advance

1/31/2012 4:37:45 PM
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Re: cycle nav css where is it?

Sounds like you know the selectors that you need. Just add the css rules to your style.css which is found in your skin's folder.

9/24/2012 12:57:34 PM
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Re: cycle nav css where is it?

Hi,

I just wrote up a blog post with some CSS examples for this. Check out "Styling the mojoPortal HTML SlideShow Pager."

HTH,
Joe D.

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