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Stephen Höglund

Stephen Höglund

20 April 2014, 22:34

No Close button

Hi
Just installed Notice Lite 1.3.1.1837 and discovered this:

1. On Admin side under new notice - options the class is set to none and the template is set to basic the notice looks like in pcture #1, it works but there is this annoying blue circle with an i inside. And no matter what class I put in as long as the template aere Basic it looks the same.

2. On Admin side under new notice - options the class is set to warning and the template is set to Global (or Default) the notice looks like in pcture #2, all blue and no close button. 
This reffer to all class settings with template Global or default.

3. If I use another template than Global or Default it could look like picture #3.

Any idea what could cause this?

Also have support portal 2.1.0.1840 (pro) installed
Translation manager 2.1.0.1840 (pro) installed
Link showing problem #
Joomla Version 3.2.3
Freestyle Version 1.3.1.1837
Pro/Lite Lite

fsj_notice-1.png

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fsj_notice-2.png

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Adam Clarke

Adam Clarke

21 April 2014, 13:32

Re: No Close button

Hello

I think this may be related to some CSS style conflicts with your template. Would it be possible to provide me a with a link where I can see the 3 notices? I should be able to provide a CSS fix to make things display correctly.

The "Default" template uses the bootstrap 'alert' class, which some templates add the icons to. These are fairly easy to remove with some css tweaks, but I need to be able to see the notice on a page to be able to do this. The different 'class' option set the different alert substyles for bootstrap based templates.

Unfortunately, the "Basic" template doesn't have support for the different notice classes that can be selected.

Also, going to "Global Option", in the "Page" tab, changing the "Include Bootstrap CSS" setting may help.

Thanks

Adam Clarke
Freestyle Joomla
Adam Clarke

Adam Clarke

22 April 2014, 10:48

Re: No Close button

Hello

I have created you 2 new templates on your site (based off the "Default" and "Basic" templates). In the CSS tab I have added:

/* Fix for background image */
div.notice {
     background-image: none !important;
}

to hide the stray image. The "Öppettid Tisdag" notice have been changed to the "Basic (CSS Fixed)" template I created, and is now displaying correctly, but you will need to change the rest yourself to the template you want.

Please let me know if you have any further questions about this.

Thanks

Adam Clarke
Freestyle Joomla

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