Customizing an Embedded Skin

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  1. Stephen Wright
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    Dec 2005

    Posted 09 Dec 2007 Link to this post

    I am trying to customize the Outlook skin (namely the initial background and foreground, not any of the group items.  How would I go about doing this?
  2. Peter
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    Posted 10 Dec 2007 Link to this post

    Hello Stephen,

    Please, refer to CSS classes used in Telerik RadMenu HTML output. This is the help topic for RadMenu for ASP.NET but it is basically the same as what the help for Prometheus RadMenu would be. The only difference is that for Prometheus classes there will be a "rm" prefix and the rest of the words are all upper case. For example
    "expandLeft" would be "rmExpandLeft". For you particular questions you can set the background for the
    rmRadMenu_[Skin] and rmLink classes.

    I hope this helps.


    Regards,
    Peter
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  4. Per Holmqvist
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    Nov 2002

    Posted 16 Dec 2007 Link to this post

    I tried your example but I don't success to convert my old skin for MEnu to Prometheus.

    I have copied all css/img to my app_theme/ folder and under Menu folder
    Before my hover effect was solved by

    .RadMenu_1

    .link:hover
    Now nothing works.
    I have tried to set
    .RadMenu_1 .link:hover
    .RadMenu_1 .rmlink:hover
    .rmRadMenu_1
    .rmlink:hover
    .rmRadMenu_1 .rmlink:hover

    But nothing works

    What is more needed and what is the correct settings?

    Notable is that my img background is correctly set by the
    .RadMenu_1
    {
    background: #ececec url('img/tab_inactive.gif') repeat-x;
    border:0px;
    top:3px;
    }

  5. Shaun Peet
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    571 posts
    Member since:
    Aug 2004

    Posted 16 Dec 2007 Link to this post

    Hi Per,

    The css class names are case-sensitive:

    rmLink, rmText, etc.

    You have rmlink in your pasted code.
  6. Per Holmqvist
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    Member since:
    Nov 2002

    Posted 16 Dec 2007 Link to this post

    Hi Shaun and thanxs for your quick respond.
    My old CSS had only lowercase... So I was wrong from the first time, but the RAD version where more orgiveable :D

    Again, thanks!

    //Pelle
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