Adjusting Title Size

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Megan WayPosted 12 months ago

I'm looking to increase the size of the article slider titles. I don't see the title information in the CSS of the mod_jmslideshow_default.css. Is there where I should be looking?

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MinitekPosted 12 months agoModerator

Hi there,

The above css file is for another extension.

The correct file is

/components/com_minitekslider/assets/css/slider.css

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Megan WayPosted 12 months ago

Thank you, I do not see that as an option.

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MinitekPosted 12 months agoModerator

What do you mean? You can't find the file /components/com_minitekslider/assets/css/slider.css ?

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Megan WayPosted 12 months agoEdited 1 month ago

That is correct. I've attached screenshots of what I see. 

I can create an override, but it's in the html folder, and does not match the file extension as you've provided.

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MinitekPosted 12 months agoModerator

You can only override the html files of Minitek Slider via the Joomla back-end. The css file must be manually overriden with a custom css file in your template.

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Megan WayPosted 12 months agoEdited 12 months ago

So I need to manually create a file at /components/com_minitekslider/assets/css/slider.css? And put the custom CSS there? 

 

This seems very complicated for just wanting to increase the title font size.

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MinitekPosted 12 months agoModerator

No, you don't need to manually create any file. Your template should already have a custom.css file where you can add a new line to customize the component to your needs.

It is not possible to have parameters for every possible css value in the component back-end. Since every user wants to customize something different, that would clutter the back-end with many extra parameters.

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