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Changing widget area border color

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  • #10845

    I have added a floating widget area (a Nextgen slideshow) to my client’s Home page and I want to change the background to black (from the dark grey) or remove it altogether. I have managed to change the widget area itself to black in custom CSS but there is still a border in grey. I can see in Firebug that it is a “boxed layout” and when I change that in Firebug, the border disappears but I don’t know how to do that on the site. Can you please help? This is what it looks like:

    Also, I can’t seem to get rid of the word “slideshow” by the widget – any idea how I do that? I haven’t put in a title but it seems to default to that. I know that’s probably more of a question for the NextGen guys….
    Thanks in advance from a novice who is learning more every day 🙂

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  • #10852
    Jason Bobich


    It sounds like you want to target the DIV with class “element-inner” inside the DIV with class “boxed-layout” — .boxed-layout .element-inner { ... }. — When you’re using your inspector (i.e. Firebug or whatever), you want to click around the DIVs around where you’re wanting to change and try to see what is styling what.

    Also, I can’t seem to get rid of the word “slideshow” by the widget – any idea how I do that?

    Not sure on that one. I’d think that would have something to do with using the NextGen’s widget. I’ve never used it, personally. So, I’m not quite sure.

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