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Zaiaku
27 Dec 2009, 00:08
Has anyone figured out what stylevar is used to changed the baccground on the wysiwyg editors box when on a members profile page and sending a visitors messenger. So far its the only thing I haven't been able to edit that I need to.

For some reason only the body_baccground can be used but that changes way too much.

So I either need to change the color of the wysiwyg editor baccround of the color of the text that is typed in that box.

Lynne
27 Dec 2009, 00:59
{vb:stylevar body_background.backgroundColor}

Zaiaku
31 Dec 2009, 20:29
That changes the baccground for too much o the site.

Is there any css I could add so that the text inputted into the editor becomes white or another color.?

Lynne
31 Dec 2009, 21:53
Use firebug to get the class and then you can just add some css to change it to whatever you want - HOW TO Find what Stylevar you need to edit (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=230309)

Zaiaku
02 Jan 2010, 18:59
Well I was able to cahnge the baccgroun but it didn't help since there's a layer above it. I tried just changed the text color when typing in it but nothing is working for that. Do you know of a css code I can input to change the text that is type in it?

Lynne
02 Jan 2010, 19:22
Did you try just adding some css:

.profile_content .editor_textbox iframe {
background: white;
}

Zaiaku
02 Jan 2010, 20:46
Yeah I tried all of that. the probles is that _body_baccground overlaps it so it doesn't show. That's why now I just trying to chang the color of the text that is being type in but nothing is changing it.

Lynne
02 Jan 2010, 21:50
You must not be applying it in the correct place (I put it in a custom css template that is called right before the </head>) because when I use that css, it does what I want.

Zaiaku
02 Jan 2010, 23:08
OK adding a new css and manually putting it into the template itself didn't work but you definitely pointed me into another way to get it to work.

Much thanks!

Epic Mike
03 Jan 2010, 00:36
OK adding a new css and manually putting it into the template itself didn't work but you definitely pointed me into another way to get it to work.

Much thanks!

Could you please post what you did to get it working. It would help others following your post.

Thanks,

Mike

darren1981
16 Feb 2010, 09:44
Try this...

In "vbulletin-formcontrols.css"

Add this:

input, textarea, .textbox, .wysiwyg {
color:{vb:stylevar shade_color};

then change "control_focus_background" in style vars to a different color

this is working for me