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#1   trigger

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Posted 05 September 2006 - 18:00

HI Guys

I know were to change the colours but don't know where to find the colour codes ie #fffffff etc

can some one please help


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#2   jpweber

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Posted 05 September 2006 - 18:23

Trigger: Look in your file catalog/stylesheet.css.

They're all in there. Tinker around with the infoboxes colors, and whatever else, and keep uploading until you get the color scheme you want.
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#3   jasonabc

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Posted 05 September 2006 - 18:59

Firefox's superb Web Developer Toolbar is a great tool for this (and for OSC development in general). The "Edit CSS" option allows you to edit your store stylesheet in realtime and see any changes you make instantly applied to your store.

To get the color codes (and for lots of work with web pages and color) another great Firefox extension is ColorZilla.

#4   trigger

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Posted 06 September 2006 - 07:54

Firefox's superb Web Developer Toolbar is a great tool for this (and for OSC development in general). The "Edit CSS" option allows you to edit your store stylesheet in realtime and see any changes you make instantly applied to your store.

To get the color codes (and for lots of work with web pages and color) another great Firefox extension is ColorZilla.



Thanks Jason

I'll go to firefox and give it a try


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