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TOPIC: Style buttons on frontend user management

Style buttons on frontend user management 3 years 9 months ago #104942

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The buttons to select subscribtion to the lists on the frontend user management are hardly visible.
When not selected the buttons are white, when selected the buttons are very light grey (almost white).
Of course I want to change the style of these buttons. I want them just like the backend buttons (red / green when selected)
But how to find the style for these buttons?? Which css file ??
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Style buttons on frontend user management 3 years 9 months ago #104959

  • Alexandre
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Hi,

Could you please provide me with a screenshot of the button you're talking about ?
This way I will be able to let you know how to change the CSS ;)
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Style buttons on frontend user management 3 years 9 months ago #105048

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Didn't had so much time past days, so it took some time to respond.

Made a screenshot and add some comment.


I hope its clear what I mean.

Would be great if you can help me find the setting in CSS where to change this.

Regards.
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Style buttons on frontend user management 3 years 9 months ago #105074

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Hi,

I can't find any screenshot attached to your post..
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Style buttons on frontend user management 3 years 9 months ago #105085

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Didn't realize that .docx is not supported.
Hope it is added now.

File Attachment:

File Name: User_Buttons.doc
File Size: 94 KB
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Style buttons on frontend user management 3 years 9 months ago #105099

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Hi,

If you need to edit the front end CSS then feel free to use the button made for this in the AcyMailing configuration page :)
www.acyba.com/acymailing/55-acymailing-config.html#icss
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Style buttons on frontend user management 3 years 8 months ago #105362

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Yes, I known this is the CSS to edit.
But what is the ID or class for the buttons I want to change?
I could not find. Maybe located in other CSS?
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Style buttons on frontend user management 3 years 8 months ago #105387

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Hi,

The buttons have the class "btn", and the selected one has the class "active".
If you need to know the id / class of another element, right click on it and select "Inspect element".

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Style buttons on frontend user management 3 years 8 months ago #105433

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Sure they have class "btn" and "active", that was my guess also.
I used Inspect element quite often, but this one is very hard to find.
I tried several, but no result.
What about
#acy_content .acymailing_table .btn.active
.btn-group>.btn:first-child
.btn-group>.btn+.btn
.btn-group>.btn+.btn
.btn-group>.btn:last-child
label.btn.active.radiobox

I can spend some more days....
Probably I have to accept the awkward colors.

I would expect this to be a little easier though.
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Style buttons on frontend user management 3 years 8 months ago #105511

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Hi,

This is generated by the Joomla library and this doesn't come from AcyMailing that's why this can't be easily changed ;)
So I'm afraid you will have to keep using this.
Last Edit: 3 years 8 months ago by Alexandre.
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