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#622 – font size and color

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Tuesday, 05 May 2015 21:31 AEST
vako
Joomla! version: 3.4

I am using a dark template for my site. The item details in the auction bid screen are also black, and therefore hard to read.
Is there a way to change the default color of the item details (and maybe enlarge the font a little bit)?

example on the website:http://vakobouwt.nl/index.php/veiling/naar-de-veiling/bid/61/0
Wednesday, 06 May 2015 21:53 AEST 10'
Tim
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You could edit the CSS code in /components/com_bfauction_plus/css/bfauction_plus.css, and make some minor changes. In the bfauction_plusDetails, change colour from #000000 to #ffffff, for example:

.bfauction_plusDetails {
    color: #ffffff;
}




You may also need to adjust the colour of the countdown timer, maybe something like:

.timeremaining > input {
    color: #ffffff;
}


regards

Tim
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Friday, 08 May 2015 23:29 AEST
vako
Thank you, this worked out fine for the bfauction_plusDetails class in desktopview of the template.

However, it didn't work for the bfauction_plusDetails class in the portabile view of the template. (should I change this i a different css-file?

Furthermore, I changed the .timeremaining > input { for the counter to white(color: #ffffff), however the counter is still displayed in black

Thanks for you reply!
Sunday, 10 May 2015 08:03 AEST 5'
Tim
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Hi Jan,
I didn't look at the portable view of the site. The best way to troubleshoot these kind of issues is to use firefox with firebug plugin. You can then right click on anything, and inspect element, and it will tell you what CSS styles are applying. You can then experiment on the fly and figure out what CSS will work. Note that this will not save your changes, so take note of what works and manually add this CSS to your site (most site templates have a custom CSS section where you can add it).

regards

Tim
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