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CSS style on JoomlaWatch module [SOLVED]
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CSS style on JoomlaWatch module [SOLVED] 8 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 0
I didn't find a solution of this on the forum, so I'm opening a new thread:

Is it possible to change font size and character in "Counter" section?
Percentage and Flag is ok, but longer countries (like UNITED KINGDOMS) create some boring Carriage Return effetc, breaking country in "United" on 1st row and "Kingdoms" on 2nd row.

I was wandering if it could be possible to change font size or even hide country names (names is already present in flag tooltip)

Please, let me know.
Thank you in advance.

Post edited by: Boccio, at: 2008/10/23 16:24<br><br>Post edited by: Boccio, at: 2008/10/23 16:25
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#1507
Re:CSS style on JoomlaWatch module 8 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 31
Hi Boccio,
in the source code there is: &lt;td valign='top' align='left' class='joomlawatch'&gt;UNITED STATES&lt;/td&gt;
so, have you tried to put something like this into your CSS file?:

.joomlawatch TD {

font-size: 8px;
// your other custom styling
}


?

This works for me well, and this way you can style the JoomlaWatch's frotend output the way you like.

For the Heading element, you can use similarly :

.joomlawatch H3 {

font-size: 8px;
// your other custom styling
}
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#1510
Re:CSS style on JoomlaWatch module 8 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 0
It works!
(I had no doubt about it)

Thank you and all my compliments about this great extension!
IMHO one of the best available all around.
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#1511
Re:CSS style on JoomlaWatch module 8 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 31
Glad to hear, that it works and thank you
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#1554
Re:CSS style on JoomlaWatch module 8 Years ago Karma: 0
Hi there,

thank you so much for your perfectly useful joomla extension!!

I spend some time on the question how to style the whole moduletable I just couldn't find a place where to add the module class suffix function (Joomla 1.0), so that I can style the whole module div.

Do you possibly have any hint for me? Thank you so much in advance
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#1750
Re:CSS style on JoomlaWatch module 7 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 0
Hallo,

Sure a simple ccs file helps, but the real problem is that
you should be able to attach a class from your template to the module
in the front-end.

This is a design issue, so are you guy's planning to do this, or
would you like me to do it ?
I'll would, only with your agreament and if you would
incorperate it in the component.
I donnot want to start a spin-off.

Kind regards,
Steven
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#1793
Re:CSS style on JoomlaWatch module 7 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 0
Since it's not possible to add the module class suffix function in the xml file in order to style the whole module, is there an alternative?


I want to style the background for the whole module.

Cheers
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Re:CSS style on JoomlaWatch module 7 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 0
Editing the CSS has helped me, too. In my module I only show Countries (the other stats are hide-selected. So, there's a void in the module, before the Countries title and after the countries and % TDs. Is there a way to delete this void spaces? I think each void is part of each render. Can I modify this?
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