Hi @ all! Chetan asked me to post a new topic, not to confuse anyone.
I have installed a plugin displaying actual date and time. I published the module to position footer-1. It was working well. But since I published the module to header section "blog / block one" as well, the module, wich is the same in both places, in original footer-1 only displayes date. Date and time are but fully shown in heser-section, block one. (maybe a bug)
Footer-Section including footer-1:
Header-Section including Block /Blog-1:
Now ... I could use custom colors to change text-color from black to blue on footer-1. That works ... but not with block /blog-1 as well ... or at the same time. So ... Can you tell me a custom css code to get block-1 in the header section take over all the settings of main menu? (color, font size, behavior)
You will have noticed, that block one is black instead of blue and has some X px more on font-size.
In the template configuration options I had defined text-colors on active, hover and so on.
Since I also use a blog / block type ... blog / block-1 is always declared in font-color = black ... AND ... being 1 or 2 px bigger than the main menu in the header section. Look at that ...
Blog / Block-1 is black instead of blue ... and no hover-effect ... being in the same section / row (referring to template layout options).
Custom colors dont work, since blog / block-1 has no seperate configuration oprions. Seems it's takeing over the standard options of the content-section.
I need to get "date and time" (footer-1 section used as blog / block-1 option in the layout-manager, header-section of the template config) in the same layout as header-section / main-menu ... been taken over by custom css-code.
I hope exeryone did get my idea.
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How to takeover settings -> header main menu to Blog-1
9 months 5 days ago #20370
You see the difference between "Main Menu" and "blog-1"? First is #blue, second is# black, 1st hast perhaps 10 px fontsize, 2nd has 12 or 14 px ... although being in the same section / row ... referring to the template layout setting options.
How can I get #blog-1 taking the same characteristics as #main #menu (header section) by custom-css-code in template layout setting options?
EDIT: "Date an Time" in the displayed header / main menu section is just a copy of "Date an Time" being assigned to footer-1 position. Look here ...
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