background title

  • Mariana Bispo

    #4226

    I’d like to help: Every time I put my graphene After Slider or any other hook to work, it only comes with only the title, without the background of the title! Can anyone help me? Thanks more.

    Once again I apologize for the English, because I am Brazilian and I am striving

    Anonymous

    #27633

    Using an action hook gives you a “raw” section to work with. You will need to add the css necessary to display your new area however you like.

    Whenever you create a new action hook, it is given a unique ID. You will need to use the Firebug addon for Mozilla Firefox to determine the ID given to the new action hook area.

    Once you know the unique ID, you can add it to your custom CSS, and style it however you like.

    Have you read Ken’s tutorial for working with action hooks??

    http://blog.kjodle.net/2011/11/04/graphene-action-hook-widgets-an-easy-way-to-modify-your-blog/

    @ Ken,

    You know how I love to add additional work to your already time-limited life. Perhaps you could “expand” your tutorial to explain how to grab the ID of the action hook and style it via CSS? I know you already have a firebug tut, so I’d reference that.. but I’d mention in the action hook article about how you can grab that unique ID and style it with custom CSS.

    Also, did you watch the movie where they have a limited amount of “time” to live? They have the countdown timer on their arm. What a concept, huh??

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    Kenneth John Odle

    #27634

    Perhaps you could “expand” your tutorial to explain how to grab the ID of the action hook and style it via CSS?

    Yup, I’ll add that. Good idea.

    Mariana Bispo

    #27635

    should work. Enter it in Graphene’s custom CSS feature:

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #27636

    @Josh

    Here it is:

    http://blog.kjodle.net/2012/04/14/target-graphene-action-hook-widgets-by-their-unique-id/

    Also, did you watch the movie where they have a limited amount of “time” to live? They have the countdown timer on their arm. What a concept, huh??

    I must have missed that one, although it rings a bell. Like you, I don’t have much time for screens that don’t have keyboards attached. But maybe this summer?

    Anonymous

    #27637

    Like you, I don’t have much time for screens that don’t have keyboards attached.

    Boy, isn’t that the truth!!

    I’ve often thought about attaching a keyboard to my television… just so I feel “more at home” when watching a movie 🙂

    Mariana Bispo

    #27638

    Good Night …. Well, thank you for trying to help me with the tutorial …. But I can not do, because what I want is the following:

    Place a bg-sidebar-h3 the title of graphene-dynamic-widget-graphene_after_slider, to look like the other sidebar.

    Thank you and sorry for English again 🙂

    Kiss mary

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    Kenneth John Odle

    #27639

    Are you using a text widget? If so, try this code in it:

    <div class="sidebar">
    <h3>Your title</h3>
    Your text

    </div>
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