Last post Jan 25, 2006 06:25 AM by paskettj
Jan 24, 2006 11:08 PM|paskettj|LINK
I believe I've found a bug in the skinning engine when it comes to containers or more appropriate, core module(s). My container.css file sets a white background body, navy header, and white text for the Title. Now if I were to open the Site Settings module
the text for Basic Settings, Appearance, Advanced Settings, etc. are also white instead of the color of the body font.
I attempted to create a seperate class for the head section to no avail. No matter what, I cannot override the default class regardless of wether I name it containername.css, container.css, etc.
Does this qualify as a bug? How are others out there dealing with it? Please help.
Jan 25, 2006 12:10 AM|christoc|LINK
Is your CSS file being included in the page?
I've yet to find a CSS bug that was actually caused by DNN and not by illformated CSS somewhere.
Not to say there aren't any, but I've yet to come across them with all the CSS i've done for various modules/projects.
Jan 25, 2006 06:25 AM|paskettj|LINK
I'll be the first person to admit to illformatted CSS but from what I can find thus far, no. The text in the settings module, Basic Settings, uses the .head CSS attribute. Now, I just may be using the wrong attribute to color the text for my module Title's,
but right now I use the .head attribute. Is there another?