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MrBill3

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1 HTML Question, 1 jAlbum bug(?)
Posted: 21 Feb 23, 14:26
 
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First, please don't run a validation program against my HTML code, you'll only distress yourself! :)

I'm close to having my album site appear just the way that I want, but I still have a 2 small problems.

Refer to this page: http://aa4m.com/photos/cars/2013miata/

  • Links only turn blue when the cursor hovers over them. How do I tell HTML that I'd like to see these colors?

LINK="#0000FF" vlink="#800080" alink="#FF0000"

  • In order to completely remove the theme information at the top of the album, I have the "Saturn | Settings | Theme Image" set to "No theme image" and "Titles | Index page title" set to "Nothing", But when I Make the album a grey bar appears above the album. But then if I delete this line (div id='ja-nothemebox') from the generated code, the grey line goes away. Is there something else I should be doing in the settings or is there a bug in the HTML generator?

Windows 10 (fully updated), Saturn skin, jAlbum version 3.0.3

Thanks,
MrBill

Edited by: MrBill3 on 21 Feb 2023, 06:27
RobM

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Re: 1 HTML Question, 1 jAlbum bug(?)
Posted: 21 Feb 23, 14:35   in response to: MrBill3 in response to: MrBill3
 
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MrBill3

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Re: 1 HTML Question, 1 jAlbum bug(?)
Posted: 21 Feb 23, 21:26   in response to: RobM in response to: RobM
 
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Rob, Your post helped me correct the problem with link colors, but I'm still stalled on the 2nd part of my post. OK, I got it, this is not a bug. What do I need to do to prevent the DIV code (id='ja-nothemebox') from appearing in my generated code?

Thanks, Bill

Edited by: MrBill3 on 21 Feb 2023, 13:27
RobM

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Re: 1 HTML Question, 1 jAlbum bug(?)
Posted: 21 Feb 23, 22:21   in response to: MrBill3 in response to: MrBill3
 
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Try the browser tools to inspect the element, then add custom CSS code to set the element's display to none.
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