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senko
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First off, great, great tutorial on this. I had this up within a couple of minutes and specified to what labels i wanted avail and which hidden. Thanks tony!

My question regarding this style is that I'm having trouble making the labels match the text of the whole site. i thought adding a span class tag in there would help but to no avail. Even tried missing a little with the js but would cause the whole control panel to just disappear when i tried just about any font edit code in there. Any ideals? Thanks in advance and definitely lookin' forward to abusing..err.using more of your codes there. Wink

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I thionk we will need to see

I thionk we will need to see your html/css or a working url.

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oh of

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Hi I do the same thing but

Hi

I do the same thing but a diferent way, using stylesheets in my page header and a small jaavscript file that doesn't need to be edited, see it in action here:

siteunderconstruction.net

Just view the source code to see how it is written.

Then you just change settings in the various css files.

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Hi Senko, You can add a

Hi Senko,
You can add a style for label like you have for .style2 or .style5 something like:
.style5, label {
color: #5B603E;
font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
}

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Cleva, you got me on the

Cleva, you got me on the right track and csscr did the finishing lap!

I did the CSS styles but was still getting errors out the wazoo till CSSCR mentioned the label tag. Really didn't know that was avail to edit in the style part as well as I was editing other headers and fonts around that table. Thanks you two, great job on the solve and thanks for the quick responses, owe you two big! ^_^