Which class should I use?

12 years 11 months ago #1 by laurelle

What you need to do is get Firebug for Firefox and use it to help determine what classes and or ids are used on various text.

If you view the source code, you will see that your article titles on the home page have a class of contentpagetitle. So, enter .contentpagetitle as the CSS Selectors and set the Font Selectors Hoverable to Yes. Title on other pages will have different classes, so you will need to use Firebug to figure out what they are and add them to the CSS Selector list.


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12 years 11 months ago #2 by dawidt
Hi guys,

I've got some problem with my website, namely I don't know which class should I use for article titles (only). It works only with "a" class but this is not good solution. Website link: finanse2.scripto.pl Any clue?

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