Tag Archives: CSS

  • Oct.
  • 18.
  • 2012

LightSpeed Webstore Customization Tip: change default button value, CSS class

Hey there customizers, here’s a small trick I figured out about changing button values ( the text of a button, e.g., “Submit” ). A trick I turned up when I was stressing about having to edit a core file in order to deliver the same copy as was indicated in the mockup. If you’re working as much as me, you …
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  • Dec.
  • 17.
  • 2011

Importing Google Web Fonts, LightSpeed Web Store & SSL

As I am sure you know, SSL is very sensitive. Every link href, script src and img src in the document must be HTTPS for the page to be delivered completely secure. If not, the encryption is partial and you may receive warnings about it. Worse, your customers will see warnings about it and might leave your site before buying …
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  • Nov.
  • 17.
  • 2011

Internet Explorer and Z-Index and me

I’m sure you’re already aware of this but IE is a pain in the butt. I just spent more time than I like to admit trying to figure out why my dropdown menu would not stay open (on mouse hover) over my stupid slideshow. At first I thought it was because my stupid slideshow had a z-index value that was …
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  • May.
  • 05.
  • 2011

How to TIP: Customizing Xsilva Lightspeed Web Store

If you’re given the assignment to customize Web Store you might start out with the feeling that you are limited in what you can do as far as Web Store’s templating system goes. We all know by now that each tpl.php in each template package – Deluxe or Framework – is included by one main file: index.tpl.php. That means that …
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