Can anyone tell me what CSS entry is used to set the color of any alerts that are shown?

I'm using the default 1.9 theme, but have been asked to change the color of the alerts so that they match our company colors scheme, web standards.

Simon Have tried searching but can't see anything obvious

asked 29 Oct '15, 17:04

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Hi

Please search for ".x-window.x-window-plain.x-window-dlg" in the default theme. Every rule starts with this afftects alerts. You can take those rules as example for CSS changes of alerts. For example if you want to change color of alert label to green:

.x-window.x-window-plain.x-window-dlg .x-window-body .ext-mb-text {
    color: green;
}

Best regards, Serdar

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answered 02 Nov '15, 03:30

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