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    marcocolzani
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    God morning
    I’m trying to set up a site for a school.

    http://iccomonord.gov.it

    I bought a specific template for accessibility.

    If you can take a look at the site, on the upper right corner, you will find a “Layout” icon that turns the background from white to blue and all black hyperlink to yellow.

    All file names in the table disappear!

    Is there a way to get your wonderful plugin to follow the accessibility rules that the plugin sets?.

    Just to help the template producer, where can he find the CSS sheet? Maybe he can solve the problem.

    Is there a way to change color into the Heading Row text and into the paginating counter at the bottom?

    Is there a possibility to have temporary ordinating selector on all columns header?

    I know too many questions, be patient.

    Regards
    Marco

    #2977

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    @marcocolzani. Thanks for posting. I checked your site, and clicked on the Layout icon. The table links didn’t disappear, they just turned yellow and normal text turned white, and it was very difficult to see with the white and grey background of the table. It shouldn’t be too hard to fix this. You will just need to edit the stylesheets to match the layout change. The stylesheet is found at: “/media/com_easyfolderlistingpro/css/styles.css”

    But keep in mind that the standard table style has it’s colors set in the profile, not in the stylesheet. It may be better to change it from the Standard “Table Style” to another one. Try one of the others and see if it works a bit better. Look under the “Types” tab in the Listing Profile, and change the “Table Style” from “Standard” to another type.

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