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    Hi,
    I am struggling to find where to change the background-color for the Extra Information Page layout that is linked from from the Extended Information Page layout. I have changed it in the <head> in the Extra Information page in the Layout Library but it makes no difference.

    The issue is that in Edge / IE etc the background is white but in Chrome it's black and therefor makes the transparent images almost unreadable.

    The Extra Information pages are generated by the JavaScript ShowPopup and the css that is generated contains info I cannot find anywhere in the actinic.css or any other css file that has been uploaded or that I can find in the SellerDeck files. please see attached file of the popup html.

    Can someone please point me in the right direction?

    Andrew



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  • #2
    I don't know the answer but if you right-click and 'Inspect' in Chrome you should be able to see what's driving the background colour.
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    First Tackle - Fly Fishing and Game Angling

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    • #3
      If you are Coda Systems then the problem is that you are not using an HTML page for your extended info pop-ups. You're using the image filename and that's all the browser has to go on. Thus you're at the mercy of whatever the browser does with transparent GIF's.

      Here's your ShowPopUp code:
      Code:
      <a href="javascript:ShowPopUp('PD17JS-SPEC_LG.gif',700,500);" alt="Enlarge Specification Image" onclick="return ShowPopUp('PD17JS-SPEC_LG.gif',700,500)"><img src="PD17JS-SPEC.gif" class="specImage"></a>
      And the browser opens URL:
      You'll could try either:

      Rework your code to use proper extended info pages which are HTML and you can control the style off.

      Convert the GIF's to JPG (which will lose the transparancy) and use these new images for the popup as above.
      Norman - www.drillpine.biz
      Edinburgh, U K / Bitez, Turkey

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      • #4
        Thanks Norman,

        Looks like a lot of images conversions I think to resolve this.

        Andrew

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        • #5
          Post the code that you're using that puts these images into the popup. It may be possible to modify it to wrap some HTML around them to set a background image.
          Norman - www.drillpine.biz
          Edinburgh, U K / Bitez, Turkey

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