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How can change the NetPen editor for Normal editor?
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Hi, first sorry for my bad english..

How I can change the NetPen editor (blue color) for the normal editor? 

Thanks for support!
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(02-20-2017, 09:30 PM)Adam Iglesias Wrote: Hi, first sorry for my bad english..

How I can change the NetPen editor (blue color) for the normal editor? 

Thanks for support!

You need to perform a several actions, but don't worry if you follow my instructions carefully, everything will go smoothly.

1. Open:
    Home » Template Sets » NetPen Templates, scroll down to: Ungrouped Templates >> Codebutons >> Options, click "Rever to Original"

2.  Open theme.css file and delete everything between:

Code:
/* Editor */

Everything here should be deleted

/* Footer Index Stats */


Than add these lines of code there:

Code:
/* Editor */

.sceditor-button, .sceditor-button div {
   display: table !important;
}

/* Footer Index Stats */

If you find anything difficult for you to perform, just let me know ...
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(02-20-2017, 11:11 PM)admin Wrote:
(02-20-2017, 09:30 PM)Adam Iglesias Wrote: Hi, first sorry for my bad english..

How I can change the NetPen editor (blue color) for the normal editor? 

Thanks for support!

You need to perform a several actions, but don't worry if you follow my instructions carefully, everything will go smoothly.

1. Open:
    Home » Template Sets » NetPen Templates, scroll down to: Ungrouped Templates >> Codebutons >> Options, click "Rever to Original"

2.  Open theme.css file and delete everything between:

Code:
/* Editor */

Everything here should be deleted

/* Footer Index Stats */


Than add these lines of code there:

Code:
/* Editor */

.sceditor-button, .sceditor-button div {
   display: table !important;
}

/* Footer Index Stats */

If you find anything difficult for you to perform, just let me know ...

thanks!! perfectly!
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(02-20-2017, 11:28 PM)Adam Iglesias Wrote:
(02-20-2017, 11:11 PM)admin Wrote:
(02-20-2017, 09:30 PM)Adam Iglesias Wrote: Hi, first sorry for my bad english..

How I can change the NetPen editor (blue color) for the normal editor? 

Thanks for support!

You need to perform a several actions, but don't worry if you follow my instructions carefully, everything will go smoothly.

1. Open:
    Home » Template Sets » NetPen Templates, scroll down to: Ungrouped Templates >> Codebutons >> Options, click "Rever to Original"

2.  Open theme.css file and delete everything between:

Code:
/* Editor */

Everything here should be deleted

/* Footer Index Stats */


Than add these lines of code there:

Code:
/* Editor */

.sceditor-button, .sceditor-button div {
   display: table !important;
}

/* Footer Index Stats */

If you find anything difficult for you to perform, just let me know ...

thanks!! perfectly!

Hi, I have a problem making that change when the editor appeared above the navigation bar.
How solve it?

[Image: UqmfTS1.png]


Thanks your support!!
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Why editor appear above? Do you want it that way?
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(02-28-2017, 11:17 AM)admin Wrote: Why editor appear above? Do you want it that way?

No, I want it to appear as normal. The problem is that scrolling down is superimposed over the "up navigation bar".

[Image: gvh7u9W.png]
When scroll more down...
[Image: a7twkIV.png]
And when pass the text area..
[Image: CXxIuri.png]
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#7
Finally I find the solution, share with us:
In the global.css search:

Quote:.sceditor-container, .sceditor-container div, div.sceditor-dropdown, div.sceditor-dropdown div {
z-index: 1500 !important;
}

Replace for: (I always recomend comment css first before delete)
Quote:.sceditor-container, .sceditor-container div, div.sceditor-dropdown, div.sceditor-dropdown div {
<!-- z-index: 1500 !important; -->
}

And save.
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(03-01-2017, 11:31 AM)Adam Iglesias Wrote: Finally I find the solution, share with us:
In the global.css search:

Quote:.sceditor-container, .sceditor-container div, div.sceditor-dropdown, div.sceditor-dropdown div {
z-index: 1500 !important;
}

Replace for: (I always recomend comment css first before delete)
Quote:.sceditor-container, .sceditor-container div, div.sceditor-dropdown, div.sceditor-dropdown div {
<!-- z-index: 1500 !important; -->
}

And save.

Yes but then you have another problem if you maximize editor it's hiden under menu
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(03-02-2017, 09:20 AM)Dalibor Wrote:
(03-01-2017, 11:31 AM)Adam Iglesias Wrote: Finally I find the solution, share with us:
In the global.css search:

Quote:.sceditor-container, .sceditor-container div, div.sceditor-dropdown, div.sceditor-dropdown div {
z-index: 1500 !important;
}

Replace for: (I always recomend comment css first before delete)
Quote:.sceditor-container, .sceditor-container div, div.sceditor-dropdown, div.sceditor-dropdown div {
<!-- z-index: 1500 !important; -->
}

And save.

Yes but then you have another problem if you maximize editor it's hiden under menu

you're right. I am studying how to solve it.
thanks
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#10
That's because you need to add:

Code:
.sceditor-maximize

Also ...

so it would be:

Code:
.sceditor-container, .sceditor-maximize, .sceditor-container div, div.sceditor-dropdown, div.sceditor-dropdown div {
z-index: 1500 !important;
}
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