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Hello! Question about the WebNews module. When you enable the filter by date, months are displayed with the selector "li". As a selector, we use an image and it is not displayed correctly. Where in the module code to set the display filters class "p"? The address of the website where you can see the problem gks3cr.ru/o-kompanii/vse-novosti

Last edit: 6 months 4 weeks ago by Steven Palmer.

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Hi,

That filter should stay as a list as it's a menu item but to stop your template adding images you can add the following to your templates custom CSS file:

#cwn-124-filter > li {
      list-style:none;
}

Each CoalaWeb News module has a unique ID based on the modules ID generated by Joomla and in your example case it's cwn-124 and the filter is cwn-124-filter so the CSS above will only affect that particular module.

Thanks,


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Last edit: 6 months 4 weeks ago by Steven Palmer.

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Steven Palmer wrote: Hi,

That filter should stay as a list as it's a menu item but to stop your template adding images you can add the following to your templates custom CSS file:

#cwn-124-filter > li {
      list-style:none;
}

Each CoalaWeb News module has a unique ID based on the modules ID generated by Joomla and in your example case it's cwn-124 and the filter is cwn-124-filter so the CSS above will only affect that particular module.

Thanks,


Thanks for the quick response. Now great!

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