[SOLVED] Making FlexiStrap Rounded Border Go Away

1 week 5 days ago - 1 week 4 days ago #316587 by dwgarrett
Hi guys, lame newbie questions, I have flogged diligently searching.

1. I was able to make the rounded border outlines go away for all the Flexistrap modules by setting Module Style to "none."

Is there a similarly simple way to remove the rounded border outline from the Article's main content area?

2. Also in the main content area, I have not been able to stop the "Written by," "Category" "Published" date and "Hits" from appearing. In Article.Edit.Options I set all these to "Hide" or "No," they still appear. I am able to move them to the top or bottom, not breaking the code on switching them off.

3. Is it possible to change the width of the 3 columns...without risking multi-browser, Android etc compatibility? I'm using the "Newsflash" Module on the right in Position-8, still have the defaults on the left in Position-7. I'd like to widen the right column, making the central main content area narrower.

Joom 3.9.15 CB 2.4.3 FlexiStrap 3.0.0
1 week 5 days ago #316591 by krileon

1. I was able to make the rounded border outlines go away for all the Flexistrap modules by setting Module Style to "none."

Is there a similarly simple way to remove the rounded border outline from the Article's main content area?

Best way to do that is alter the CSS using the following.

.module,
.maincol {
    border-radius: 0;
}

There's no custom CSS functionality in the template so you'll need to directly add it to or just alter the border radius style in the below CSS file.

/templates/flexistrap/css/template.css

2. Also in the main content area, I have not been able to stop the "Written by," "Category" "Published" date and "Hits" from appearing. In Article.Edit.Options I set all these to "Hide" or "No," they still appear. I am able to move them to the top or bottom, not breaking the code on switching them off.

Don't know what to suggest here. The template is not overriding that behavior. That's entirely controlled by Joomlas content component. Maybe another setting somewhere that you'll need to adjust in your Joomla menu item or in Joomlas content component.

3. Is it possible to change the width of the 3 columns...without risking multi-browser, Android etc compatibility? I'm using the "Newsflash" Module on the right in Position-8, still have the defaults on the left in Position-7. I'd like to widen the right column, making the central main content area narrower.

Not without altering the Bootstrap classes used in the templates index.php. The alternative is to set the template "Variable or Fixed Width Layout" parameter to "Variable" so the template will use as much space as it can.


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The following user(s) said Thank You: dwgarrett
1 week 5 days ago #316605 by dwgarrett
Thank you Krileon!

I also changed:

.module, .maincol { border: solid 1px #ddd; }

to

.module, .maincol { border: 0; }

..which did the trick!

Here with my first css edit under my belt, I feel qualified to wreak havoc!
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