If you look at Caddy 1.6D 1982 - PhotoPost Classifieds
Under Item Options, its all white, and when you put the cursor on top of an option, you can see it.
I don't know what happened.
Its nothing about the language, even in english, i have the same problem.
have you altered any vbulletin style colors?
My options are black text links in the default vb style setup.
Issues like this are usually the result of changes made to a style.
No, i didnt change anything, thats strange
Other than upgrade to the latest version of VB
Yes strange indeed you say that you have not altered anything but your site shows you have in the body properties your background is dark the header etc so I assume you changed a color to white to have it show on that dark background and hense that is the issue.
The default vb color scheme with that light style with blues and whites is a light grey background and black text. Hense the popup menu is black text on white background
Yours is now with your alterations white with white text which is why you can not see anything. I hope that makes sense.
With a default style install from vb it will look as it displays on my site
Main Index - PhotoPost Classifieds
It was working perfectly last week, this is why i dont understand :)
And on top of that, all the other menus (like notifications, or actions), everything is still fine, but not menus in classified. It doesnt seems to be related to the main CSS, but something in the classified
Like I said my comments are based on a default UNALTERED vbulletin style which is what we write our templates to match. If you change style colors links there is bound to be conflicts.
Here is the source of the showproduct template
You can try maybe removing the inactive from the style class name in that template that is my only guess as I do not know what you have altered from the default style that might be conflicting with things.
I edit that template thru the admin panel? If so, i can't find that line in the template showproduct
Those lines are definately in the showproduct template just as I posted it comes right from our downloaded build and even right on your site
Here's the content of showproduct.tmpl thru the admin panel
You are not loading the vb4 templates there you sure all 3 vb options are turned on in edit integration and your using our latest code?
Try editing the template I note directly via ftp and remove the inactive word in the clause as thats the only difference I see. Like I said I am using a default vb style so all I am doing is guessing since it works right when there has been no style alterations unlike your site.
All 3 options are turned on now, and here's the content.
I see that on your demo website, you are not running 4.1.8.
I've created a new template on vbulletin wich is using all the default settings/colors/logos/etc, and the items options are still white on white. So its not anything i changed in the colors i guess.
The default style is included with vbulletin. Your style is id 13 your default style would be style 1.
You can try as I suggested by editing the correct file otherwise without an admin login and seeing what your doing I can not comment.
I am using 4.17 that should not matter as 4.18 is a bug fix release not an updated style.
how do i send you the username/password?
Do you agree with me, that if you add a new style, it uses the default settings from VBulletin. I will switch the forum to the default VBulletin if you want to show you.
I can try to disable all the mods to see if it helps
And even if i download showproduct.tmpl from the ftp, i still can't find
I linked you the proper template it is on your server
it is in the templates/vb4enhanced folder. ;)
It could be a mod conflict but I do not see a default style on your site. I definately gave you a url and test login you can see how it looks with the default vb style. It is black text.
i know, it was working great before uploading 4.18.
Even if i remove the inactive, problem is still there
I will update to 4.18 and see what I get.
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