PDF Version

To adjust the look of BwPostman to fit your template, basic knowledge of CSS and HTML is necessary. And you should have installed an extension in your browser to inspect the currently displayed page. For Firefox, my preferred browser, there exists a great extension called Firebug. Such an extension also exists for Internet Explorer and in Chrome and Opera such a function is already implemented.

All elements, that are shown in the front-end, may be addressed individually at least since version 0.9.7 of BwPostman. The exact CSS path to the element you may find easily with above-mentioned extension. For all elements, BwPostman uses in front end, CSS Styles exists in the CSS file delivered with BwPostman. Most of them are empty and may be filled if needed.

For the component you find this file at

<Joomla-installation-directory>/components/com_bwpostman/assets/css/bwpostman.css

For the subscription module it is the file:

<Joomla-installation-directory>/modules/mod_bwpostman/css/bwpostman.css

For the overview module it is the file:

<Joomla-installation-directory>/modules/mod_bwpostman_overview/css/bwpostman_overview.css

You might change the CSS Styles in this files. But that only would reach until the next update of BwPostman, because while updating the file is set back to initial settings.

Another possibility is to set the desired CSS Styles in a CSS file of your template. But alike before there is still the problem, that the changes only last until the next update of the template.

Because of that I implemented a solution on a permanent basis since version 0.9.7 of BwPostman:

Create a file named com_bwpostman.css for the component and one file called mod_bwpostman.css for the module in the CSS directory of the template you use, or copy the delivered ones there. Or better: Copy the delivered CSS files to this location. These files will be read from BwPostman after all other CSS files. This means, that the CSS styles set in these files, override all previous read CSS styles.

Thus the path to these CSS files is:

<Joomla-installation-directory>/templates/<your template>/css/

go top


Newsletter Subscription

Hint: Your entered data are only used to register to and sending of the newsletter. Your data will be processed and stored by me. For more information have a look at my privacy policy.

Infos about Joomla! extensions of Boldt Webservice, especially BwPostman. The newsletter will only be sent if there are any news.

Please help us prevent spam, and solve this little math question!

captcha

() Mandatory fields

×

Voluntary salary

If you like Boldt Webservice then I would be glad about your backing:
  • Recommend Boldt Webservice
  • If you want to support my work with a donation, please click on the following button - the donation will be handled via paypal.

With your voluntary salary you also support the development of free software and extensions for the CMS Joomla.

Enter your amount below and click on the following button: