Cannot edit Joomla article links

turlesque
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turlesque posted this 02 May 2021

I don't know how, but everytime I make a new template, the links in the Joomla article pages have an indentation (left and right 30px) and the hover color is red (or possibly just the color #3 set in the design section).

I have tried in so many ways but haven't found out where I can correct this. Don't get me wrong: I can change EVERYTHING except exactly the links in the articles.

When I am in the Themler editor and click to open such an article with the wrong link/hover setting, it opens the Blog theme page where I just cannot change the text settings. If I look into ›Design‹, I can see that actually text and links should be set the way I want, but I just cannot get into the articles because it says "HTML" and offers no help on how to get into the style sheet of the article.

I know that it's a indentation of 30px because I repeatedly found this setting on other places, for link and hover. And I don't know where this comes from, because it wasn't me who set that this way. I've encountered the same error in another page I've done. Same story. No idea where these 30px come from or how to force the design to accept that I don't want this there.

There you see that it's content HTML and the link has an indentation or padding of 30 px left and right, although in the settings, I have set it to 0

I don't know how, but everytime I make a new template, the links in the Joomla article pages have an indentation (left and right 30px) and the hover color is red (or possibly just the color #3 set in the design section). I have tried in so many ways but haven't found out where I can correct this. Don't get me wrong: I can change EVERYTHING except exactly the links in the articles. When I am in the Themler editor and click to open such an article with the wrong link/hover setting, it opens the Blog theme page where I just cannot change the text settings. If I look into ›Design‹, I can see that actually text and links should be set the way I want, but I just cannot get into the articles because it says "HTML" and offers no help on how to get into the style sheet of the article. I know that it's a indentation of 30px because I repeatedly found this setting on other places, for link and hover. And I don't know where this comes from, because it wasn't me who set that this way. I've encountered the same error in another page I've done. Same story. No idea where these 30px come from or how to force the design to accept that I don't want this there. ![There you see that it's content HTML and the link has an indentation or padding of 30 px left and right, although in the settings, I have set it to 0][1] [1]: http://fussballnetz.ch/images/article_html.JPG
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 03 May 2021

Hello Riccardo,

Unfortunately, your screenshot hasn't come through. Could you please rename it to contain no spaces and re-attach?
Also, please, provide the link to such an article.

Gina
Themler Support

Hello Riccardo, Unfortunately, your screenshot hasn't come through. Could you please rename it to contain no spaces and re-attach? Also, please, provide the link to such an article. Gina Themler Support
turlesque
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turlesque posted this 12 May 2021

Right now on http://fussballnetz.ch/index.php/fvnws/1204-entscheid-ueber-fortsetzung-in-nordwestschweiz-offen you will see in the article this indentation. See picture attached "indent1.JPG".

As said, if I want to check the style sheet, it says it's HTML (see indent2.JPG), and it doesn't show the link css properly (see indent3.JPG)

In Themler > Design > Typography > Text, you see no indent (indent4.JPG)

I don't know anymore where I repeatedly found some "automatic" 30px indentation for links as mentioned in the first post message.

I don't know if the indent is 30px or 7px in the case mentioned here. It looks like 7px.

Right now on http://fussballnetz.ch/index.php/fvnws/1204-entscheid-ueber-fortsetzung-in-nordwestschweiz-offen you will see in the article this indentation. See picture attached "indent1.JPG". As said, if I want to check the style sheet, it says it's HTML (see indent2.JPG), and it doesn't show the link css properly (see indent3.JPG) In Themler > Design > Typography > Text, you see no indent (indent4.JPG) I don't know anymore where I repeatedly found some "automatic" 30px indentation for links as mentioned in the first post message. I don't know if the indent is 30px or 7px in the case mentioned here. It looks like 7px.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 13 May 2021

Hello Riccardo,

The link has 7px margin left and right.
You can add this code to Home -> Settings -> Additional CSS:

article a {
margin-left:0!important;
margin-right:0!important;
}

We can check the settings in Themler, but we would need to have temporary access to the site for this.

Gina
Themler Support

Hello Riccardo, The link has 7px margin left and right. You can add this code to Home -> Settings -> Additional CSS: article a { margin-left:0!important; margin-right:0!important; } We can check the settings in Themler, but we would need to have temporary access to the site for this. Gina Themler Support
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