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product detail page | hide borders of images


Author Message
SWAG
magnus
Multishop professional
Topic creator
registered since: 10.07.2012
Posts: 26
hey guys,

in the picture below my concern is shown.

how do i hide the border around the ".img"?

i copied the product detail page in fileadmin, to configure it my own in the backend,
but there are just assignments for tasks like "get the information for img from source xyz".
but.. i cant find the information for the border.

any experiences in that case?

thanks in advance for any helpings!

best regards,

Magnus
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Written on: 12. 07. 2012 [06:13]
SWAG
magnus
Multishop professional
Topic creator
registered since: 10.07.2012
Posts: 26
okay, changed it in the main.css file..

#tx_multishop_pi1_core #products_detail .prod-img-details{
border-bottom: #cdcdcd 0px solid;
border-left: #cdcdcd 0px solid;
border-right: #cdcdcd 0px solid;
border-top: #cdcdcd 0px solid;
margin: 0px 10px 10px 0px;
background: #fff;
float: left;
overflow: hidden;
}


anyone any idea how to not change in main.css, but directly in the product detail file?
Written on: 12. 07. 2012 [08:04]
bas
Bas van Beek
Multishop guru
registered since: 12.05.2010
Posts: 644
It's completely up to you how the CSS should be formatted.

We provide the introduction CSS purely as example. I recommend you to copy this folder to fileadmin and include the CSS from there, so you can adjust and tweak it to your needs. That's how we do it also.

If you want to include a specific CSS file that contains the CSS for (example) the shopping cart page you can do this with typoscript. Example:

PHP
[globalVar = HTTP_GET_VARS|tx_multishop_pi1|page_section=shopping_cart]
page.includeCSS.shopping_cart=fileadmin/mytemplate/css/shopping_cart.css
[global]


That way the shopping_cart.css file will only be included when the visitor is on the shopping cart page.

Same procedure you could do for the products detail page. Just open the products detail page in your browser and look at the URL in the address bar. Make sure you disable RealURL or CoolURI, so you can see directly which GET parameters are being used.
Written on: 12. 07. 2012 [21:28]
SWAG
magnus
Multishop professional
Topic creator
registered since: 10.07.2012
Posts: 26
great thank you!

gonna do it this way.


keep it up,

magnus
Written on: 13. 07. 2012 [07:29]