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Changing background color of side menu

Thread began 2/18/2010 9:57 pm by rmcadams351257 | Last modified 3/03/2010 9:46 pm by rmcadams351257 | 2096 views | 18 replies

scott395605

front-line fixer

I'm seeing this also on my source code, but when I open my Main.dwt.php and the spry_custom.css file the code is the correct color...

main.dwt.php

var lastHighlight = new Array();
function doHighlighlight(div) {

div.setAttribute('style',"background-color:#7E9653; color: white; border-top:0px;");
div.style.cssText = "background-color:#7E9653; color: white; border-top:0px;";
var y = 0;
for (var x=0; x<lastHighlight.length; x++)



spry_custom.css

/* These selectors change the way messages look when the widget is in one of the error states.
* These classes set a default red border and color for the error text.
* The state class (e.g. .textfieldRequiredState) is applied on the top-level container for the widget,
* and this way only the specific error message can be shown by setting the display property to "inline".
*/
.textfieldRequiredState .textfieldRequiredMsg,
.textfieldInvalidFormatState .textfieldInvalidFormatMsg,
.textfieldMinValueState .textfieldMinValueMsg,
.textfieldMaxValueState .textfieldMaxValueMsg,
.textfieldMinCharsState .textfieldMinCharsMsg,
.textfieldMaxCharsState .textfieldMaxCharsMsg,
.textareaRequiredState .textareaRequiredMsg,
.textareaMinCharsState .textareaMinCharsMsg,
.textareaMaxCharsState .textareaMaxCharsMsg,
.textfieldServerError,
.passwordRequiredState .passwordRequiredMsg,
.passwordMinCharsState .passwordMinCharsMsg,
.passwordMaxCharsState .passwordMaxCharsMsg,
.passwordInvalidStrengthState .passwordInvalidStrengthMsg,
.passwordCustomState .passwordCustomMsg,
.confirmRequiredState .confirmRequiredMsg,
.confirmInvalidState .confirmInvalidMsg,
.selectRequiredState .selectRequiredMsg,
.selectInvalidState .selectInvalidMsg
{
font-style: italic;
color: #CC3333;
border: none;
}

/* The next three group selectors control the way the core element (INPUT) looks like when the widget is in one of the states: * focus, required / invalid / minValue / maxValue / minChars / maxChars , valid
* There are two selectors for each state, to cover the two main usecases for the widget:
* - the widget id is placed on the top level container for the INPUT
* - the widget id is placed on the INPUT element itself (there are no error messages)
*/

/* When the widget is in the valid state the INPUT has a green background applied on it. */
.textfieldValidState input, input.textfieldValidState,
.textareaValidState textarea, textarea.textareaValidState,
.passwordValidState input, input.passwordValidState,
.confirmValidState input, input.confirmValidState,
.selectValidState select, select.selectValidState
{

}

/* When the widget is in an invalid state the INPUT has a red background applied on it. */
input.textfieldRequiredState, .textfieldRequiredState input,
input.textfieldInvalidFormatState, .textfieldInvalidFormatState input,
input.textfieldMinValueState, .textfieldMinValueState input,
input.textfieldMaxValueState, .textfieldMaxValueState input,
input.textfieldMinCharsState, .textfieldMinCharsState input,
input.textfieldMaxCharsState, .textfieldMaxCharsState input,
textarea.textareaRequiredState, .textareaRequiredState textarea,
textarea.textareaMinCharsState, .textareaMinCharsState textarea,
textarea.textareaMaxCharsState, .textareaMaxCharsState textarea,
input.passwordRequiredState, .passwordRequiredState input,
input.passwordInvalidStrengthState, .passwordInvalidStrengthState input,
input.passwordMinCharsState, .passwordMinCharsState input,
input.passwordCustomState, .passwordCustomState input,
input.passwordMaxCharsState, .passwordMaxCharsState input,
input.confirmRequiredState, .confirmRequiredState input,
input.confirmInvalidState, .confirmInvalidState input,
select.selectRequiredState, .selectRequiredState select,
select.selectInvalidState, .selectInvalidState select
{

}

/* When the widget has received focus, the INPUT has a yellow background applied on it. */
.textfieldFocusState input, input.textfieldFocusState,
.passwordFocusState input, input.passwordFocusState,
.confirmFocusState input, input.confirmFocusState,
.selectFocusState select, select.selectFocusState
{
background-color: #FFFFCC;
}

/* This class applies only for a short period of time and changes the way the text in the textbox looks like.
* It applies only when the widget has character masking enabled and the user tries to type in an invalid character.
*/
.textfieldFlashText input, input.textfieldFlashText,
.textareaFlashState textarea, textarea.textareaFlashState
{
color: red !important;
}

/* When the widget has the hint message on, the hint text can be styled differently than the user typed text. */
.textfieldHintState input, input.textfieldHintState,
textarea.textareaHintState, .textareaHintState textarea
{
/*color: red !important;*/
}


.Accordion {
border: solid 1px white;
overflow: hidden;
}

.AccordionPanelTab {
background-color: #eeeeee;
border: 0;
border-top: solid 1px white;
padding:10px;
}

.AccordionFocused .AccordionPanelOpen .AccordionPanelTab {
background-color: #7E9653;
}

.AccordionPanelOpen {
border: 1px solid #7E9653;
}

.AccordionPanelOpen .AccordionPanelOpen {
border: 0;
}

.AccordionPanelOpen .AccordionPanelTab {
background-color: #7E9653;
}

.AccordionFocused .AccordionPanelTab {
background-color: #eeeeee;
}

.AccordionFocused .AccordionPanelTabHover {
background-color: #7E9653;
color: #FFF;
}

.AccordionPanelTabHover {
background-color: #7E9653;
color: #FFF;
}

.AccordionPanelOpen .AccordionPanelTabHover {
background-color: #7E9653;
color: #FFF;
}

.AccordionFocused .AccordionPanelOpen .AccordionPanelTabHover {
background-color: #7E9653;
color: #FFF;
}



For some reason after I upload it the linked pages to the template do not seem to refresh with the new code...

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