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hireconrad    0
hireconrad

Hi, I've been using pagelines customize plugin to edit the css for my site. On the following page: http://hireconrad.com/hireconrad/mls-listing-search/

i can't get any of the custom css to stick. I use firebug to dissect the elements and test out what css I would like to use. When i then try and implement those changes into my pagelines customize plugin, there is no effect whatsoever (does not apply or even appear on with firebug).

Is there a way to specify the css of content inside this iframe?

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hireconrad

.idx-instance, .idx-content, .idx-instance td, .idx-instance th, .idx-instance a, .idx-instance a:visited, .idx-instance strong, .idx-instance h3, .idx-instance h4 {

font-family:lucida grande!important;

}


.radiolist > div {

display:block!important;

padding: 2px 1px 2px 20px!important;

text-align:left!important;

}

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hireconrad    0
hireconrad

To apply css to a romote page in an iframe you will need to hack it with javascript. Theres some info here: http://stackoverflow...y-css-to-iframe

thanks for the info, but that is incomprehensible to me. I really do not understand javascript and how to modify the code to work with my site. I understand what the function of javascript, but to me its like trying to learn algebra from a hungarian text book.

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James B    436
James B

Hi Conrad,

The iframe is the feed of another site into yours, so it pulls the CSS for the iframe from the source site prior to displaying on the page. Unfortunately you won't be able to adjust it using normal css rules, if you really want to edit it I'd suggest hiring a pro to implement the javascript option.


Kindly search the forum and read the documentation before posting. It will help you resolve many issues.

For CSS help be sure to check out W3Schools first and be sure to download FireBug for FireFox for troubleshooting.

James B

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