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Labtec

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  1. Good morning, I am trying to find the location of a div with an inline style in my wordpress files but can't seem to find it. I'm trying to overwrite the font color using CSS but can't due to the inline style set. The div whos color I'm trying to change is located inside a div with a class of .avia-promocontent. I have located a file in my wordpress directories called promobox.php which I believe is where this HTML is set up: The file contents is below: $output = ""; $output = "";$output.= " <div class='av_promobox ".$this->class_by_arguments('button' , $atts, true).$meta['el_class']."'>"; $output.= " <div class='avia-promocontent'>".stripslashes(wpautop(trim($content)))."</div>"; if($atts['button'] == "yes"){global $shortcode_tags;$fake = true;$output.= call_user_func( $shortcode_tags['av_button'], $atts, null, 'av_button', $fake);} $output.= " </div>"; return do_shortcode($output); As you can see, the div with a class of .avia-promocontent is set here but not sure where the inline styles come from? That produces this source code: <div class="av_promobox avia-button-yes avia-builder-el-4 el_after_av_one_full avia-builder-el-last "> <div class="avia-promocontent"> <p></p> <div style="font-size: 18px; color: #07bfd7; padding-top: 3px;">Contact us for a complimentary consultation to see how we can assist you.</div> <p></p> </div> <div class="avia-button-wrap avia-button-right "> <a href="http://wrdesigns.net/wellhealthcoaching/contact/" class="avia-button avia-icon_select-no avia-color-custom avia-size-large avia-position-right " style="background-color:#f3861f; border-color:#f3861f; color:#ffffff; "> <span class="avia_button_icon" aria-hidden="true" data-av_icon="" data-av_iconfont="entypo-fontello"></span> <span class="avia_iconbox_title">Contact Renee</span> </a> </div> </div> Anyone got experience with Wordpress? I've tried a CSS trick using .avia-promocontent > div[style] { color: #fff !important;} but it didn't overwrite it. Thanks again. Kind regards, Lab.
  2. Good morning, Turn your phone off and learn then! Regards, Lab
  3. Good afternoon, Have you got a live link to your website? If not can you post your HTML code please? At first guess I'd position the 'Last 10 Forum Replies' and all the other divs over that side to have a lower z-index than the sub-level menu items. Regards, Lab.
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    floating divs

    Indeed, I thought overflow:hidden would have hid the floating divs past the heights of the container, instead it makes the container find the height of the floating divs....? Regards, Lab.
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    floating divs

    Wow, never knew that. So if you have a container containing divs which are all floated, usually causing the height of the container to drop, we can use overflow: hidden to set the height of container? I've always set a fixed height in pixels to find the height of the containing div, when floating elements inside. Kind regards, Lab.
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    OnLoad help

    Good morning Andrew. To load in external Javascript files, you need to use the <script> tag in the <head>. Like this: <script type="text/javascript" src="Cookie.js"></script> That only works if the Cookies.js is inside the same directory as the HTML files. Kind regards, Lab.
  7. Good morning handemmet, Have you got a live link for us? Kind regards, Lab.
  8. Good evening, Have you got it working? Kind regards, Lab.
  9. Good evening, So you want to be able to display certain pages depending on $_GET variables passed via URL? Kind regards, Lab.
  10. Good evening lovewebdesign, I know of a couple of sites to create a free logo but I wanted something which would be unique which no one else would have variants of. I ended up paying £20 for 4 different designs and for the price I payed, I'm more than happy with what was produced. Was never looking to spend a huge amount for a logo as I need to get some actual sites built to put in my 'Portfolio', so there are a few more logos to be payed for once I get them done. Kind regards, Lab.
  11. Good morning, Have you wrote any code so far? Kind regards, Lab.
  12. Good evening, Well, if you visit here: http://tspv-websites.co.uk/?page=Home . As you can see, quite a simple page. It's going to be my 'homepage' for advertising myself. Doesn't have to be fancy. Just something which would look professional. I've attempted to create one with GIMP many times but they look amateur. Thanks for your reply. Kind regards, Lab.
  13. Hi there, Been quoted £60 for a website logo. Is this expensive? First time purchaser Kind regards, Lab.
  14. Hi there,I have a main container where all my content goes (via PHP).How can I slightly reduce the opacity of the main container (so I can see the background image) but still able to see the container slighly.Everytime I set the opacity down, the content and text opacity is reduced too (or outputs like that, not sure if it will inherit the background automatically?).Exactly like the headers in this website: http://www.advertisingbusiness.org/2012/10/what-should-i-include-on-header-of-my-website-how-website-header-can-help-conversion-rates/Any suggestions?Thank you for your time.Kind regards,Lab.
  15. How are you sending it to the database, I'd guess you are not using prepared statements? Can you provide your code? Regards, Lab.
  16. All you need to do is insert the filename into the database and send your file to a folder. Then retrieve the files by matching the filenames. So in your database you will have something like: ID IMG_NAME 1 img1.jpg 2 img2.jpg 3 img3.jpg Inside the folder where you sent the file, it will contain the actual file with the same names. You then just need to save the path to the folder,in a variable and when you do your looping of the images after your query, just concatenate the filenames onto the end of the folder path. Kind regards, Lab.
  17. Good afternoon Lexi, No problem, you could always add a margin-left to the paragraph and remove the margin to the image if you wanted to do it a different way in future. Kind regards, Lab.
  18. Good afternoon Lexi, You need to add a margin-right to the images. Find the 'alignleft' class within your CSS file and add this: margin-right: 10px; I've just done that via Firebug to your site and it worked perfectly. Hope this helps, Kind regards, Labtec.
  19. Good evening leso9903, It apears that Hello World is a link on your page so you will need to change the .entry-title a:link and .entry-title a:visited declarations. Kind regards, Lab.
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    contents box

    Good evening melcebu, Can you explain your problem a little more please? Kind regards, Lab.
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    Image links positioning...

    Good afternoon SAC, The link to your site doesn't work. Can you post the link again please? Kind regards, Lab.
  22. I use http://www.0fees.net and I can do everything I need to with PHP and DB's. I might have a look at Fav.CC but I don't like the sound of them adding their advert to your site. Regards, Lab.
  23. I would use PHP to grab the document root, then perform some string functions to separate the filename and append the new string. Then you could use something like file_put_contents() to add the link to the file. Kind regards, Lab.
  24. So they will essentially be blocks of text? Where are you retrieving this information from - user input, a file, a database? Kind regards, Lab
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