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2 years 4 weeks ago - 2 years 4 weeks ago #139065 by Christian Schmidt
Bug in frontend_style.css was created by Christian Schmidt
In line 20:
ul{list-style:none outside none}


This rule is of course a disaster. It will of course destroy a template.

if then
.propertyContent ul{list-style:none outside none}
Last edit: 2 years 4 weeks ago by Christian Schmidt.

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2 years 4 weeks ago #139067 by Mr. Dam
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Hi Christian,
Have you checked different cases, i am afraid it will effect to different layouts of OS Property
Thanks
Dam

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2 years 4 weeks ago #139076 by Christian Schmidt
Replied by Christian Schmidt on topic Bug in frontend_style.css
It may be that it has an effect somewhere else but you can't build such a rule without id or class

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2 years 3 weeks ago #139091 by Mr. Dam
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Hi Christian,
In the meantime, you can remove the line
ul{list-style:none outside none}
in file: frontend_style.css
and add
.propertyContent ul{list-style:none outside none}
in OS Property Configuration -> Tab: Custom CSS
and we will check to see if you have any problems with LI tags in different places in OS Property
Thanks
Dam

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4 months 3 weeks ago #152656 by Christian Schmidt
Replied by Christian Schmidt on topic Bug in frontend_style.css
I wanted to ask if the gross CSS errors will be fixed. That the frontend_style.css not constantly overwrite style from the page template?
When will you define your own classes for your component?

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4 months 3 weeks ago #152658 by Mr. Dam
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Hi Christian,
You can use tool: Custom CSS in OS Property Configuration to override existing CSS in frontend_style.css
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Dam

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4 months 3 weeks ago #152659 by Christian Schmidt
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Sorry you do not understand. The frontend_style.css is an absolute disaster and makes css appear everywhere because you/the team don't use your own classes or id.

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4 months 2 weeks ago #152661 by Mr. Dam
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Hi Christian,
Could you please give us some examples?
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4 months 2 weeks ago - 4 months 2 weeks ago #152664 by Christian Schmidt
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frontend_style.css
the following lines cause problems because they collide with or overwrite other things

line 4
#main ul{padding:0!important;list-style-type:none!important}


line 20
ul{list-style:none outside none}


line 29
a:visited{outline:medium none;text-decoration:none}


line 31
.button{border:0!important}


line 47
#main a:link,#main a:visited{text-decoration:none}


line 54
td{border:0}


line 57
label{cursor:pointer}


line 62
table{border:0!important}


line 63
table tr{border:0!important}


line 64
table tr td{border:0!important}

and so forth
and so forth
and so forth
and so forth

but these can also cause problems.

div.toolbar-list ul{margin:0;padding:0}

would be correct. at least
#oppropaty .table {border: 0;}

or
.oppropaty .table {border: 0;}
 
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4 months 2 weeks ago #152669 by Mr. Dam
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Hi Christian,
Thank you for your suggestion, we will improve layouts of component and update CSS files in near future.
Let us know if you have more ideas to improve OS Property extension, we are really appreciate them.
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Dam

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