[Mediawiki-l] Skin tweaking issue

DuTempete dutempete at gmail.com
Mon Jan 4 17:42:51 UTC 2010


try using instead #p-personal li a {color: #989cff;}

That is how the text colour is currently being defined, and the existing 
declaration should be in the main.css file.

Jesse Groppi
On 04/01/2010 10:55, Ron Laufer wrote:
> I've taken the default Monobook skin and inverted and tweaked most of the colors in the css to get a "dark" look for my horror-themed wiki.  ( http://www.fraternityofshadows.com/wiki ) But some of the links aren't following the "a" color defined in the css.  I have this in the css:a {	text-decoration: none;	color: #989cff;	background: none;}
>
> and most links took the lighter blue color, except the personal toolbar links in the upper right (my preferences, my watchlist, etc)
>
> Looking in the source of the page, those links are in
> <div class="portlet" id="p-personal">
> ...
>          <div class="pBody">
>
> but the links themselves have no class.  (some links in there have class "new" if they don't point to anything yet)
>
> I see in the css this code:
> a.new, #p-personal a.new {
>           color: #ba0000;
> }
>
> which does seem to affect the "new" links in p-personal, but I tried adding this:
> #p-personal a {	color: #989cff;}
>
> to get the classless links, but it didn't work.
>
> Any ideas?
> Ron -- Ron Laufer  		 	   		
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