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RND Kcombo - Kunena game template (27 Nov 2017)

RND KCombo is a dark template and is best for game forums. It is also can be used in a lot of sites related to cinema, gaming, book forums and other.

Allow Sticky Posts to have separate CSS

1 year 3 weeks ago #656 by fused.038
Allow Sticky Posts to have separate CSS was created by fused.038
Hi guys,

Noticing your code I cannot edit the Sticky Posts CSS due to the fact that it is the same CSS as a regular post. Please direct me to the hardcode of how sticky posts can be altered via a Class or do an update of the Template. If I am missing a configuration option my apologies ofcourse.

Kind regards,

1 year 3 weeks ago #657 by Eugene S.
Replied by Eugene S. on topic Allow Sticky Posts to have separate CSS
Hello fused.038,

Thanks for reporting us. The issue is confirmed. We will include the fix in new template update.
Now please open this file: /components/com_kunena/template/kvivid/assets/less/style.less and comment the style at line 1498:
#kunena.layout .table td{
    background-color: @main-light-background;
}

Here is the corrected style:
#kunena.layout .table td{
    // background-color: @main-light-background;
}

You can modify style.less file via Kunena back-end side. Here is the tutorial . But use style.less file instead of custom.css.

Please let me know about the result.
Regards,
Eugene.

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