part of background lost - Post ID 241893

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I have been pouring over the html code for hours and am ready to cry as I am fairly sure it is an easy fix but cannot see it.
I designed this website in RLMP and edit it in HTML editor.
If you go to http://www.ambersbeauty.co.uk/news.html and scroll to the bottom the background to the text starting from back to top has disappeared. As a comparison it should look like http://www.ambersbeauty.co.uk/testimonials.html

It is driving me mental as I am sure I have just deleted something silly but for love nor money cannot see it!

Please save me xxx
User 2088758 Photo


Senior Advisor
2,716 posts

Hi Emma,

Did you apply the background colors in RLMP? If you did it should update to that page as well. Did you remember to reupload the css folder when you uploaded your News page?
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User 2314855 Photo


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Hi, Yes they were applied in RLMP and when the website first went live they were there and when I open the site in RLMP they are there. I have updated the CSS . The only thing I have done since the site went live is to open it in HTML editor and change the text and some of the images.
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What I would do is re-export your project again and just upload the news page and css folder
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User 434929 Photo


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Find the following code in your html
<div class="coffee-span-12 footer">

and in css line 575 apply the following code


body > .row > [class*='coffee-span-'].footer {
padding-top: 26px;
padding-bottom: 10px;
background-color: #2b2b2b;
}

----------------------------------
<div class="coffee-span-12 quote-column">
CSS line 558

body > .row > [class*='coffee-span-'].quote-column {
margin-top: 0;
margin-right: 0;
padding: 15px 0 4px;
min-height: 50px;
background-color: #b2b945;
}
---------------------------------
HTML
<div class="coffee-span-12 column-14">
<a class="link-text top" href="#">Back to top</a>
</div>

CSS line 680
body > .row > [class*='coffee-span-'].column-14 {
min-height: 30px;
background-color: #d9de7c;
}

----------------------------
HTML
<div class="coffee-span-12 footer-two">

CSS line 581

body > .row > [class*='coffee-span-'].footer-two {
padding: 15px 8px 0;
min-height: 30px;
background-color: #1f1f1f;
}
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You shouldn't have to do that. Why work that hard at it. RLM will do the work for you. But yes you can manually hunt down the code as Mansour did and that will work too.
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You can track down if you want to, but easiest way is re-export your project

Not in to same folder, try export it into different folder then copy and paste the main css file and overwrite
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I am packing my things for long trip to Europe other wise I could make a video tuts to solve your problem. sorry I can not help you more for now.
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User 10077 Photo


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I'm going to set some headings just to keep information organized.

BACK TO TOP ROW
I compared the two pages and looked just at the row where it says, "Back to Top."

<div class="coffee-span-12 column-14">
<a class="link-text top" href="#">Back to top</a>
</div>

On http://www.ambersbeauty.co.uk/testimonials.html, the background is set on column-14

body > .row > [class*='coffee-span-'].column-14 {
min-height: 30px;
background-color: #d9de7c;
}

On http://www.ambersbeauty.co.uk/news.html, there is no background set in the css for column-14. If you set backgrounds in RLMP, go to your news page and make sure the background is set for column-14.

OTHER COLUMNS
It's the same for the other columns as well (quote-column and footer). The background color in the css is not set for those columns the news page. You will need to set them in RLMP on the news page as well.

ONE OTHER THING TO WATCH OUT FOR
Here is a possible scenario.
1. Export from RLMP
2. Copy the files to your HTML Editor project.
3. Edit the site and upload it. Then you see something that needs to be changed.
4. Make the changes in RLMP and export them.
5. Upload the site to see the changes.

Did you catch the mistake above? In #4, the edit is made and exported, but the files from the new export need to be copied into the project BEFORE you upload. You may want to check that as well.
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User 2314855 Photo


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Thank you all so much for your help...it has been resolved without too many tears. I re- exported the project and uploaded the news page. That is another box ticked on my very long list of things to do before Christmas. Happy Christmas x

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