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Admin CSS override

Is there a way to override the admin CSS such that changes are not lost in upgrades.

For example, we updated a site to the JUNO template and now the search boxes on the backend hide the text.
See the two attached images for views of cookbook search issue and the code that seems to control it.

[Note: I can't seem to attach images. What am I missing?]
At any rate, only the very top of the text typed in the search boxes of the ZOO apps is visible.

  • Joomla
  • ZOO
  • YOOtheme Pro

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Avatar thomas.p Support Online answered

You can try to add this to the file administrator/templates/isis/css/custom.css

.com_zoo .filter input#search {  
    height: 24px;  
}

Default height is 18px.

Kind regards
Thomas

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Avatar thomas.p Support Online answered

Hi warrenholland,

Note: I can't seem to attach images. What am I missing?

YOOtheme doesn't host images, you have to upload them to a 3rd party server, first. Also see the section Editor, Image & File Uploads on the help page.

Is there a way to override the admin CSS such that changes are not lost in upgrades.

If you are referring to the isis template, see How to customize the look of the admin ISIS template with CSS? ISIS custom.css.

Or do you want to change the styling of the Website Builder? Can you please state how you changed that in the first place?

we updated a site to the JUNO template and now the search boxes on the backend hide the text.

Juno is not a template but a demo website and the related style. What do you mean by "updated a site to the JUNO template"? Which search box is hiding which text? Please add a screenshot, a link to the site and, if necessary, admin credentials.

Thank you
Thomas

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Avatar warrenholland answered

I've made a temp account so you can see the behavior. Detail in hidden information.

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Avatar thomas.p Support Online answered

Are you referring to this field? I don't see what you mean. Is this related to a specific browser or screen size?

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Avatar warrenholland answered

That is the search box. But behavior is much different. I've uploaded a screen capture link in the hidden information.

That said, I'm exploring browser causes, so unless you have an idea on the server side for the sudden behavior change, I'll explore other things outside of the template. ;-) Thanks for the help.

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Avatar thomas.p Support Online answered

I see what you mean. Looks like user-agent default CSS. Which browser & OS is it you are using?

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