Where are these files located?

Discussion in 'Templates customization' started by lvtriclub, Mar 9, 2013.

  1. lvtriclub

    lvtriclub Member

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    Ok, I could not figure out how to get ride of the amember blue bars and footer text (I just found out how to get ride of the footer text) so I went to the amember.css style sheet and basically added a transparent .png for any all things that had a background color. It seems these "title's" are graphics based on the drop shadows? How do I find these files (looked everywhere..) or how do I change the color and have no drop shadow? Thanks in advance.

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  2. thehpmc

    thehpmc Member

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    Not everywhere! Found this within 30 seconds!!

    You have changed the aMember css file so the background colour is missing but presumably change the following and you can do what you are wanting.

    Code:
    .grid th {
      background: url("../img/admin/grid-header-bg.png") repeat-x top left;
      color: white;
      text-shadow: 0 -1px 1px #1e2e3b;
    }
    The actual table headings are defined within the actual code and not graphics.

    HTML:
    <table class="grid">
    <tbody>
    <tr>
    <th>Date</th>
    <th>Invoice</th>
    <th>Products</th>
    <th>Payment System</th>
    <th>Amount</th>
    <th>PDF Invoice</th>
    </tr>
    <tr>
    </tbody>
    </table>

    WARNING however. Whatever changes you make to this css file will be overwritten when it is upgraded by aMember. They provide a file to make your own changes that will not be overwritten. This latter file is loaded after the aMember main one so will overwrite class declarations with your ones.
  3. lvtriclub

    lvtriclub Member

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    Thank you...yes, I figured out that the titles were not graphics but the backgrounds were the issues. I needed to to a re-install to a different directory and then just brought over the revised css file and a couple of the graphics. I am interested in the "child" theme you speak of. "They provide a file to make your own changes that will not be overwritten." Could you explain this a little more? Thank you.
  4. alexander

    alexander Administrator Staff Member

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    Rename
    application/default/views/public/css/site-dist.css to application/default/views/public/css/site.css
    Then put your css classes into that file. It will not be deleted on upgrades.

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