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    Does anyone know where this dotted line is coming from?

    http://www.concession-supply.com/Cin...Oil_p_356.html

    If you visit this page, under the OPTION choose kettle size there is a dotted line. This line also appears in other tables and under HEADERS and other such places. How do we change or remove this?

    As you can see, the two tables, OPTION and PRICING look dissimilar and we can;t figure out why.
    www.concession-supply.com

  • #2
    Have you tried changing this section:

    HTML Code:
     <tr> 
                <td class="borders" colspan="4"><img src="assets/templates/common/images/spacer.gif" border="0" alt="" height="1"></td> 
              </tr> 
    Ie, try removing that whole TR or altering the image settings to see if that's what's making the dots..I am pretty sure it is , but best way to find out is to test it out.
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    Gonzalo Gil
    3dCart Support
    800-828-6650 x111

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    • #3
      We tried that, but, still no go.
      Maybe it's a CSS parameter somewhere? Anyone know what creates a dotted line under an option or header?

      :(
      Last edited by concession-supply.com; 01-06-2010, 11:42 PM.
      www.concession-supply.com

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      • #4
        as you can see here, here is the dotted line again.
        We can't get it removed. The dotted line appears below the solid line under the add to cart button.
        We have deleted the code and cleared cache, but it still appears. So we put back the code. Is this a frame element that is not addressed in the listing template?
        http://www.concession-supply.com/Gol...dle_p_112.html

        thanks for any help. :)
        www.concession-supply.com

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        • #5
          ok, yeah, was looking at the wrong thing, here is what you need to look at:

          HTML Code:
          <td  class="options-titles" align="left" colspan="2"><b>Choose Kettle Size:</
          So, its the style "options-titles" that does that, and looking at the CSS here is what you got there:

          HTML Code:
          .options-titles
          {
          	font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
          	font-size: 12px;
          	font-weight: bold;
          	color: #585C5F;
          	border: 1px dotted #cccccc; 
          	border-style: none none dotted;
          }
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          Gonzalo Gil
          3dCart Support
          800-828-6650 x111

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          • #6
            Same style under the add to cart, so change it there, and it will change on both places...
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            Gonzalo Gil
            3dCart Support
            800-828-6650 x111

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            • #7
              Originally posted by concession-supply.com View Post

              As you can see, the two tables, OPTION and PRICING look dissimilar and we can;t figure out why.
              How did you get your pricing table to display 0 to 1 in the first price level?

              Mine won't take 0 as the first digit.

              Len

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              • #8
                Thanks so much for your help. We were banging our heads on the listing_1 template and just knew it had to be somewhere else.
                Thanks again!
                Now we can make the tables and displays uniform and better looking. :)
                www.concession-supply.com

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                • #9
                  On the quantity pricing question, there is a thread or two on the subject in this forum. The admin panel will not allow a 0 qty or 0 value for discount. You have to do a qty pricing export, modify, and then import the qty pricing csv file.
                  www.concession-supply.com

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