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Old Apr-09-2012, 11:35 AM
Gibson is offline Gibson OP
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nav-bar links background boxes

I figured out how to change my background color of my home page through EZC, but when I do, my nav-bar links boxes stay white the original color.
How do I change the background box (link color) to the color I've chosen for my home page background.
Right now if I change my home page background to any color and i hover over the nav-bar links, the link background changes from white to the color that I changed my background to.
The link boxes should be the same color as my home page.

Any help would be appreciated
Old Apr-10-2012, 02:02 PM
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You have the background color set in your code here:

/* style the second level hover */
.menu ul ul a.drop:hover {background:white;}
.menu ul ul :hover > a.drop {background:white;}
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Old Apr-11-2012, 03:33 PM
Gibson is offline Gibson OP
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Thanks for responding, I managed to change it here,
/* style the second level links */
.menu ul ul a, .menu ul ul a:visited {

And here and it worked

#category, #smugmug #photos
{background-image:none !important;
background-color:#D1CAB0 !important;}

I have another question. If I want to put a thin border around my slideshow images like 2 px how would I do that.
Old Apr-11-2012, 05:01 PM
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I don't know of a way to add a border around the images when you are using the slideshow box. That doesn't lend itself to having a border added easily. If you want something like that you can try one of the coded slideshows, or if you set all your images to be the same size we could fake a border with a frame image with a transparent center placed over the slideshow.
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