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Styles are just not showing up for me using Wizard

Thread began 1/13/2010 6:43 pm by troyd | Last modified 1/15/2010 1:00 pm by Eric Mittman | 908 views | 3 replies |

troyd

Styles are just not showing up for me using Wizard

The xml file gets written and the path to css and xml are written but then it screws up my toolbars. However, I'm not 100% clear on the body style value. Is this optional or is it required to make the whole thing function?

I've added several new styles within the fckconfig.js file, just under the Red Title default and that works fine. They show up. And I would use that method accept I am trying to include a style that just won't work. So I must be coding it incorrectly for that area.

The style my customer wants is to remove the bullets from a list. That's pretty easy with css but when I try to include it within the fckconfig.js it just doesn't work. I used ul, li, ol, etc. for the Element. Didn't work.

What am I doing wrong on both accounts? Either the css from the Wizard, or the styles withing fckconfig.js?

I've read and reread the manual, but I am missing something. I always upload the full HTMLEditor folder after each update. OH, and this is the current version I am using. Not the beta.

Thanks,
TroyD

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Eric Mittman

When you are adding in your own styles like this you will not be able to make use of the tags, you will only be able to add in your own custom classes and have them work. So the work around for your scenario would be to apply a class or id to the list and have some css that is defined for that class or id.

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troyd

Thanks Eric, I will see if I can figure that out.

TroyD

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Eric Mittman

You could start with the same styling you are currently trying to apply and create a new class with this same styling. Then on your page you would need to specify the class on the list itself, it should then pick up your custom stying.

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