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In Topic: Horizontal Categories Menu BS

02 October 2016 - 02:59



Is it the text or onHover color that changes incorrectly, either way, have you just simply marked that particular element in the style as !important? Looks like maybe .dropdown-menu > .dropdown > a:after, .dropdown-submenu > a:after  may need something like color: #cccccc !important


More than likely an existing rule in the Bootstrap CSS is overriding it, its probably a matter of targeting that specific selector, even if it means applying the rules all the way into a nested level.


May need to list all levels in the css to get it, like:


.navbar-nav > li > .dropdown-menu > li > a:hover {

your rules here


Or maybe just simpler with the Important rule:

.dropdown-submenu > a:hover {

your rules here !important;


In Topic: Horizontal Categories Menu BS

30 September 2016 - 02:47

I love how this has come along. Amazing what can happen by leaving code snippets laying around a forum. :thumbsup:

In Topic: Store v2.3.4 BS with Newsdesk revival and responsive boxes

30 September 2016 - 02:39

I see lots of work went into your site. Good job keeping it together. You have to much going on with the scrolling though.


All the scrolling items scroll at the same time and is a big distraction and will not be very welcoming to users with certain impairments/disabilities. See https://www.w3.org/T...10/#gl-movement for accessibility guidelines. 


No one really cares how much space your saving by using hidden elements that scroll into focus. It looks neat, but if one is interested they will click further.


Good job implementing newsdesk. That is an old monster.

In Topic: Bootstrap 3 in 2.3.4 - Responsive from the Get Go

18 August 2016 - 16:37

hmmm, we may need a new thread for all the 2.4 talk. Weve kind of hijacked the BS community thread. Too much BS I guess.

In Topic: Bootstrap 3 in 2.3.4 - Responsive from the Get Go

18 August 2016 - 16:35

@kymation :thumbsup:


Yes that is, Ive played with it and got so far, but I think its more powerful than just what that example shows - reading through the latest classes I see where it has actions and execution. I would to see how it would handle a page, like contact us for example, I want to see how it would route the output after the submit form action is initiated.


Kind of like was started here: