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Hi everyone!

 

I'm a graphics designer and I my PHP knowledge is very minimal...

 

Please take a moment and look at the website that I am building http://www.toteandco.com/shop/index.php

 

The featured products are encased in a gray box and I can't seem to change its color. I scanned the code line per line looking for this color but I can't find it. The template by the way is from Template Monster and here's the original - http://www.templatemonster.com/oscommerce-...ates/16763.html As you can see, I pretty much changed everything except for that gray box (which, to add to my misery, can be found on all pages)

 

If you go to this page http://www.toteandco.com/shop/about_us.php I noticed that I can remove the gray box by removing the line below

<? tep_draw_heading_top_1();?>

but it f*cks up the layout..

 

What is <? tep_draw_heading_top_1();?> anyhow? I googled it and landed on a thread started by some jerk ( http://forums.oscommerce.com/lofiversion/i...hp?t264033.html )

 

I just want to change the color of those boxes that I mentioned... Thank you so much in advance.

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This might be a really stupid suggestion, but have you looked in your stylesheet? Maybe the color is getting assigned as part of a class?

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This might be a really stupid suggestion, but have you looked in your stylesheet? Maybe the color is getting assigned as part of a class?

 

Hi Gretchen, thx for the suggestion. Yes i already looked into the stylesheet. pretty much tried changing all the color codes there into something i would see right away (such as 00FF00) but none of them affects the boxes. i tried changing the infoboxes in the stylesheet but it affects the text only.

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The template by the way is from Template Monster

That would be the answer, only they know how they hacked the code.


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