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How to style the $MODULE_SEARCH_FORM$
Soldierdevil
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Message # 1 | 12:30 PM
It is having this class
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<div class="searchForm">
but no where to find it in original css file. How can i override this class.

Secondly i want a pop up window warning users before entering a certain category in photo album it contains gory images some wouldnt wanna see. The pop up window displays continue or leave buttons. How can i achieve this?

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bigblog
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Message # 2 | 12:55 PM
Soldierdevil, you don't have to override any existing CSS value. It's enough if you create a new line in the CSS of your website using the .searchForm class and specify the properties.
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Soldierdevil
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Message # 3 | 8:25 AM
bigblog, have used this
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#searchForm {float:center;width:100% !important; height: 30px !important;}
but there seem to be no return policy. This line has not affected its position or size at all. Where am i wrong?

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Cyberdasm
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Message # 4 | 3:32 AM
Soldierdevil, you cannot call a class with (#) since its called by a dot (.)
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.searchForm {float:center;width:100% !important; height: 30px !important;}

or you may change class to id.

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Post edited by Cyberdasm - Wednesday, 2016-11-16, 10:53 PM
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