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TOPIC: Cannot get preset color to change in Atlanta

Cannot get preset color to change in Atlanta 9 months 2 days ago #11808

  • Arvind
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Hello Jeff,

To fix the padding on the article remove this line of CSS from your custom css file.
#sp-main-body .container {
   padding: 0;(Remove this line)
}
section > .container {
    padding: 60px 0;(and also this line)
}
To fix width of image. Remove the inline css written on it.
style="float: none; width: 364px;"(Remove this inline css)

and for the you've been saying I still don't find the color issue here is screenshot attached.

Thanks
Arvind
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Cannot get preset color to change in Atlanta 9 months 2 days ago #11814

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Thanks for the screen capture, i guess its showing green for some weird reason of caching on my devices. Good to know that is fixed.
As for the below, I've done a text search on the whole template files folder and don't find this code anywhere. Do you mean to "add" it and not "remove" it? Because I'm not seeing this code in either the custom.css I created OR the jd-custom.less file (which one should I be editing by the way?).
thanks
Jeff
Arvind wrote:
Hello Jeff,

To fix the padding on the article remove this line of CSS from your custom css file.
#sp-main-body .container {
   padding: 0;(Remove this line)
}
section > .container {
    padding: 60px 0;(and also this line)
}
To fix width of image. Remove the inline css written on it.
style="float: none; width: 364px;"(Remove this inline css)
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Cannot get preset color to change in Atlanta 9 months 1 day ago #11855

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Jeff,

It's somewhere in the css directory you wrote that code which is causing the trouble and I provided you that to be removed from that file. But don't bother Just paste this
CSS in your custom css file and it'll give you the result.
#sp-main-body .container {
    padding: 0 1em;(you can change the value as you like)
}

and there is an inline CSS which is written on this Image which you should remove.
style="float: none; width: 364px;"(Remove this inline css)

For the caching you can clear cache from Joomla directory. See this attached screenshot for help.

Thanks,
Arvind
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