XenPorta Support

snagseb

Customer
Hey, just playing around with the latest XenPorta version. The continue button at the bottom of the excerpt is way off. Not sure if this is a Jaxel issue but I thought I’d stay here because .... well .... Jaxel.

You can see what I mean on basically any device. Cheers.
 

l3ta

Customer
It is at the right location. Are your referring to the colour or perhaps you want the old wordy version of the button?
 

Russ

Pixel Exit Staff
This in extra.less would change it up a bit:

Code:
.porta-article-item .porta-expandLink div {
    background: @xf-contentBg;
    padding: 5px;
    color: @xf-textColor;
}

That should work for both light + dark styles.
 

snagseb

Customer
It is at the right location. Are your referring to the colour or perhaps you want the old wordy version of the button?
It doesn't look like it's in the correct location does it? Not sure why, that is basically a vanilla install of XP. To be honest, it's probably better not there at all. Don't really need the 'continue' hyperlink when a user can click on the button or the image to view the article.
 

snagseb

Customer
This in extra.less would change it up a bit:

Code:
.porta-article-item .porta-expandLink div {
    background: @xf-contentBg;
    padding: 5px;
    color: @xf-textColor;
}

That should work for both light + dark styles.
Thank you, Russ. That looks much better.
 

snagseb

Customer
It doesn't look like it's in the correct location does it? Not sure why, that is basically a vanilla install of XP. To be honest, it's probably better not there at all. Don't really need the 'continue' hyperlink when a user can click on the button or the image to view the article.
Hi Russ,

Is there a way to hide the 'continue' text? I am thinking with the button to continue reading and the fact you can click the image as well to read the article, the continue hyerplink just seems excessive. Cheers
 

snagseb

Customer
This in extra.less would change it up a bit:

Code:
.porta-article-item .porta-expandLink div {
    background: @xf-contentBg;
    padding: 5px;
    color: @xf-textColor;
}

That should work for both light + dark styles.
Hi Russ,

Is there a way to hide the 'continue' text? I am thinking with the button to continue reading and the fact you can click the image as well to read the article, the continue hyerplink just seems excessive. Cheers
 

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