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Thread: Search box/login box on dark themes

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    Default Search box/login box on dark themes

    I am using vbadvanced for vB4 with a black template,
    http://psprelese.com/index.html/index.php?styleid=52

    The problem i am having is that the login boxes are white on white text, with the CMS, Blog and forums i do not have this problem as the CSS is modifed by via additional.css

    No matter what i do the CSS below will not change the background color from white in vbadvanced, the rest of the forum it works perfectly

    Code:
    .textbox, textarea, select {
    background-color: #ffffff;
    border-top-width: 1px;
    }

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    Looks like a couple of the text boxes still need to be updated to use vB4's new classes. If you'll go to Admin CP => Styles & Templates => Search in Templates and search for 'bginput', then it should show you three 'adv_portal' templates. If you'll edit each of those templates and replace 'bginput' with 'textbox' then that should take care of the problem.
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    Hey Brian thanks for your help, i changed all classes to 'textbox' from 'bginput' but still didnt change anything.

    It worked when i did this:

    Code:
    <div class="blockrow">
    	<input style="background-color: #000; color: #fff; border: 1px solid #1a1a1a;" name="query" size="13" type="text" /> <input type="submit" class="button" value="{vb:rawphrase go}" /><br />
    	&raquo; <a href="{vb:raw vboptions.bburl}/search.php{vb:raw session.sessionurl_q}">{vb:rawphrase advanced_search}</a>
    </div>
    Any ideas?

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    I believe that vbadvanced is only loading the default vBulletin CSS for the input boxes and not the custom templates. I am making the the CSS changes via additional.css

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    Those changes should probably be made in your vbulletin.css template instead.
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    Hey Brian thanks for your help mate.

    Added the changes to vbulletin.css and this has fixed the background inputs for the navbar, side block search bar and the vbadvanced login colors.

    Only colors that are not changing for me is the top login box, and the background color of the style drop down menu.

    Example:
    http://www.bluepearl-design.com/foru...hp?styleid=103

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    I have tried every solution possible, and i cannot for the life of me get the background of the style changer and the login box (toplinks header) to go black...

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    This seems to be a bug with Vbadvanced, nothing i do in the CSS or file edits changes the background color for the above 2 problems

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    What code exactly are you using in your .css templates to change the textbox color?
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    I am using a few, the main one being:

    Code:
    .textbox, textarea, select {
    background-color: #000;
    color: #fff;
    }
    
    body.wysiwyg {
    background-color: #000;
    color: #fff;
    }
    
    .wysiwyg {
    background-color: #000;
    color: #fff;
    }
    Works perfectly in Vb4, cms, blogs and forums, just not for vBa.


    Thank you for your response

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    It would probably be a lot easier and better all around to edit your vbulletin-formcontrols.css template instead and just change the values in there instead of trying to reset them with your new CSS.
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    I speak English poorly on

    Well, my problem with the page navigation
    when turn on 2 page VBA throws in the forum (the link).com/forum/index.php?pageid=home&news_page=2
    Last edited by chuvak; 03-11-2010 at 12:33 PM.

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    help please

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