You can do that, but it's not for the faint of heart.
In your output, go to ehlpdhtm.js.
Find the function _WritePopupMenuLayer() (line 386 in RH11).
In that function styling is written for .PopupOver and .PopupNotOver.
Change that styling to change the popup styling.
Also, find the function PopupMenuInvoke_2. That holds the border color
for the table in which the list is presented.
Thank you SO much, Willam!! I will check out the ehlpdhtm.js settings you mentioned.
After all was in place for my See Also button (see above description), with the changed ehlpdhtm.js for the background color of the popup menu - the WebHelp used within our actual web application is getting an error when I click the See Also button.
The Help is launched into a new IE instance and appearing on a new tab of the browser.
Please help - I really want to use this See Also feature.
Willam - As you see from my replies here, I thought I had it all working. But see the error I posted below, from when I clicked the See Also button from the WebHelp integrating with the web application. I had changed the ehlpdhtm.js for a different background color, and all seemed to be fine until the help was integrated into the system and launched from there.
Any ideas?? I'm desperate!
The best to do is to remove the changed ehlpdhtm.js and start anew. The functions I pointed to earlier are the ones you need. Short of changing it for you and debugging myself, there's not much I can do.
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Thank you so much for your reply here, Willam.
The problem I’m having currently is with our integrated web application not working the button behavior. One of the developers knows what the problem is, related to IE 10 and the application. Actually my See Also button works fine if I launch it with IE 10 – just not going through our application. So, unfortunately, my beloved button will need to await this change from developers.
I appreciate your expertise here, and for other areas you’ve helped us all out with stuff.