Fond noir en zone de saisie d'items

6 years 7 months ago - 6 years 7 months ago #49437 by Django29
Bonjour

Sur un site Joomla 3.3 + JCE 2.4.2 + Flexicontent, la zone de saisie de JCE a un fond noir, du template Joomla je suppose.
J'ai pourtant sélectionné "défaut" pour Configuration/"Style CSS dans l'éditeur".

Dans K2, également installé momentanément, et les modules, la zone de saisie est blanche. Mais le CSS K2 a été écrit pour ce template, et je voulais le remplacer par Flexi.

J'ai testé background: #FFFFFF; dans editor.css sélectionné dans la config de JCE. ça ne marche pas.

Une solution ?

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6 years 7 months ago #49442 by ggppdk
Hello

it is not possible to know which CSS is in effect without seeing the page in our browser

if you are editing the correct CSS rule,
then you may try using
!important;
to the rule
color: #FFFFFF !important;

you may use firebug and go to the
"Calculated" TAB

to see the final CSS rule that takes effect

Regards


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6 years 7 months ago #49446 by Django29
Suddenly, it seems to work with background: #FFFFFF; in templates/gk_fest/css/editor.css.

I hope the template CSS will be apply to the frontend even with this CSS change. (Font, H1, H2 ...)

Thanks for your answer.

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6 years 7 months ago #49447 by micker
think to clean all cache (browser and site) to be sure after this mmodification

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6 years 7 months ago #49448 by ggppdk
Hello

when changing a CSS or JS file you should click
CTRL-F5
on your browser to make sure that your browser redownloads all CSS/JS files


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6 years 7 months ago #49449 by micker
penses a editer le titre de ton post pour ajouter [résolu]
merci

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