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Where is this css?

Discussion in 'Styling and Customization Questions' started by Matthew Hawley, Apr 6, 2013.

  1. Matthew Hawley

    Matthew Hawley Well-Known Member

    What template is this in? I couldn't find it in form.css

    .heading, .xenForm .formHeader
  2. Lycaon

    Lycaon Well-Known Member

  3. EQnoble

    EQnoble Well-Known Member

    I wouldn't change it in a default template, my advice would be to just override it in extra.css
    Shelley likes this.
  4. Matthew Hawley

    Matthew Hawley Well-Known Member

    I want to reset it. I changed the sidebar and I want to revert it back. I reverted everything and its still there.
  5. kkm323

    kkm323 Well-Known Member

    If you planing to change it in the extra template just add this before the end of the code
    .example {
        font-size: 14px !important;   
  6. EQnoble

    EQnoble Well-Known Member

    Try being more direct with your problem...it seems like you are going into something else now and I would need to know more about your problem in order to be able to assist you.
  7. Matthew Hawley

    Matthew Hawley Well-Known Member

    Don't worry I fixed it. :)
  8. Matthew Hawley

    Matthew Hawley Well-Known Member

    Wheres the css where the navtab hovers and you see a blue block
  9. EQnoble

    EQnoble Well-Known Member

    You shouldn't be looking for that in xf it is hard coded. Override it in EXTRA.CSS


    add your css to these

    .Menu .primaryContent {
    .Menu .secondaryContent {
  10. Shelley

    Shelley Well-Known Member

    Also try using the code inspectors (built into all browsers) this helps you find what elements you want to modify.

    Everything in the navigation can be overridden in EXTRA.CSS or Style Properties chances are you will not need to go into the navigation related templates unless your want to move stuff like .visitorTabs which I've seen some people do. Most of the design, if not all can be done in EXTRA if the SP won't allow it.
  11. Matthew Hawley

    Matthew Hawley Well-Known Member

    I always use inspect element. I just couldn't find this css...
  12. Tracy Perry

    Tracy Perry Well-Known Member

    It takes a little time, but if you use Chrome it becomes REAL easy.


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