3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 4, 2011 7:10 AM by MergeThis

    Spacing in Search and Index panes

    Jop Smith Level 1

      Please could someone advise me how to add padding to the Search and Index panes? I've edited the whthost.js file to apply spacing to the Table of Contents and that worked fine. However, I've tried editing the whfhost.js and whihost.js files in the same place for the Search and Index panes respectively, but changes to these files don't affect the output.

       

      PS. I'm using RH8 and outputting to WebHelp.

       

      Many thanks

      Jonathan

        • 1. Re: Spacing in Search and Index panes
          MergeThis Level 4

          Have you downloaded and read Rick Stone's free Skinny on Skins tutorial? He has a lot of stuff like this in there.

           

           

          Good luck,

          Leon

          • 2. Re: Spacing in Search and Index panes
            Jop Smith Level 1

            Yes, but I can't find anything about spacing the Search and Index panes.

            • 3. Re: Spacing in Search and Index panes
              MergeThis Level 4

              In the Navigation Pane > Index > Setting a different color or background for the Index Input heading area topic, see the reference to image and color. However, the font stuff is there, too. Copy the skin somewhere, first, then try adding stuff like margin-bottom:5px inside the <font> tag and see what you get.

               

                <subpane name="Index">
                 <image></image>
                 <color>background:White alink:#d9e4da hover-color:#173a81</color>
                 <font>font-family:Tahoma font-size:8pt font-weight:Normal font-style:Normal text-decoration:none font-sizeadjust:none font-stretch:normal font-variant:normal font-color:Black</font>
                 <inputbox>
                  <image></image>
                  <color>background:White</color>
                  <textbox width="0"/>
                  <title>
                   <text>::??DefaultWebSkinText??::</text>
                   <font>font-family:Tahoma font-size:8pt font-weight:Normal font-style:Normal text-decoration:none font-sizeadjust:none font-stretch:normal font-variant:normal font-color:Navy</font>
                  </title>
                  <button mode="none">
                  </button>
                 </inputbox>
                </subpane>

               

              Good luck,

              Leon