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Old 15 Sep 2013, 22:01
Spangle Spangle is offline
 
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Originally Posted by Bubble #5 View Post
Ok well that tells us it's possible, but not the CSS code that we need to use.

Anyone know?
additional.css overrides any other css.

The easiest way to find out what the css for a particular element is, is to use "inspect element" in Firefox, ( right click on the element, brings up a menu)

then post that css in additional.css with the command line, click on save and reload

As you are only editing additional.css it should be fairly easy to see if you get the desired effect.

If you need more help google css elements and you should get enough info to keep you going.
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