hell all,

We want to apply a custom style to a panel that will appear on a number of pages. I've add

div#taskFilter { border-style: solid !important; border-color: red !important; background-color: yellow !important; }

to our custom css file and I can see the background color change accordingly, but its ignoring the border color change regardless of what I do. taskFilter is our panel name

Simon

asked 26 Mar '15, 11:16

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Hi Simon,

try this one:

div#taskFilter {

     background-color: yellow !important;

     .x-border-panel {
        border-style: solid !important;
        border-color: red !important;           
    }
}

Best Regards,

Michael

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answered 30 Mar '15, 04:01

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Michael
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