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NetHelp Theme-How to Change the Title Font Color

PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2017 5:25 am
by cynthiad
How do you change the title for Nethelp? I am able to change the buttons etc. in the Theme, but cannot change the font color for the title. I also tried to edit the settings.en-us.xml file.

Re: NetHelp Theme-How to Change the Title Font Color

PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2017 6:37 am
by SKamprowski
Hi Cynthia,

I assume you still use a customized responsive theme, ok? So, go to the folder which contains your customized themes. This folder contains a subfolder "NetHelp 2.0" which contains a subfolder with the name you see in your DocToHelp environment as theme name. In the folder with your theme name you may find a file user.css. User.css has an entry for #c1headertext. This is the style that is used for your header. Add a line "color: yourcolor;" after the line "font-size: 1.6em;" before the ending }. Rebuild your target and tell us whether is now has the colour you wanted.

Re: NetHelp Theme-How to Change the Title Font Color

PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2017 12:40 pm
by cynthiad
Hi Sabine,
Thank you - That worked! I knew how to do it before but forgot...

Re: NetHelp Theme-How to Change the Title Font Color

PostPosted: Mon Jul 24, 2017 9:20 am
by cynthiad
Sabine,
I'm not sure if you saw my post about changing the background color.
Sabine,
Every time I update the user.css file the build function updates the 'theme' folder files and overwrites my changes. I'm not sure if the #ffffff color is taking effect. The TOC text is white and the help text is black. I also need to know which CSS file do I update to change the background color?

Thanks,
Cynthia

Re: NetHelp Theme-How to Change the Title Font Color

PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2017 2:12 am
by SKamprowski
Hi,

I also need to know which CSS file do I update to change the background color?


Which part of the your help are you talking about? Please send a screenshot, and mark the region.

BTW:
I suggest to do modifications of a theme in two steps:
1. Do modifications in your target's subfolder, in the theme folder.
Before you modify it there, close your browser, and make sure that cache is cleared. If your modifications are done, re-open your target, and if you are contempt with the result, do the next step.
2. Copy your theme subfolder from the target to the folder which D2H notes as customized themes folder. Otherwise, your modifications in your target folder will be overwritten and lost.