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8 years 2 months ago #1763 by tm_1605
change style for headline was created by tm_1605
Hi,
where can i change the style for the header of the calendar? the h4 style is used by my template, so i have to change it. Also for the linked headline i need a change.
Please give me an advise, where and how i can fix this.

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8 years 2 months ago #1765 by admin
Replied by admin on topic Re: change style for headline
Hello,
you need a tool like Firebug in Firefox if you really want to get details on what CSS to override. But for the header of the calendar, it should be:
.newshead .calendar .position1 { ... }
Then it depends on what you put in the header: day, month... For instance:
.newshead .calendar .day { ... }
contains all font info for the day. That information may be overriden by .position1.
Note that there is no h4 tag style to build the calendar.

For the headline (which is an h4 tag this time around), you can override it by using the class .newstitle.
To make sure you get the right properties, use the !important keyword.
For instance:
.newstitle {
    font-size: 14px important;
}

Olivier.

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8 years 2 months ago #1766 by admin
Replied by admin on topic Re: change style for headline
I forgot to mention: add the CSS code to your template's CSS. Do not modify the code in the module, it would be overridden next time you update it.

Olivier.

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