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Gallery shortcode tag capitalize setting

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I am making website using helix2 quickstart.

http://demo.joomshaper.com/2013/helix-ii/index.php/2013-01-31-07-00-31/gallery

on this page. I want to make tag name to be

text-transform: none;

Now it is capitalized.
Where can I fix capitalize setting??

I fixed in template.css but it doesn't work.

shaper_university_quickstart_j3 template was easy to change from "uppercase" to "none" though.

3 Answers

Rifat Wahid Alif - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
'template.css' generated by less files. so, you write any css style then you have to write in less file.

- Thanks

PD

More than a month ago #Permalink
Of course I understand about less and css.
Even though I use less enable or disable on template manager, It dosn't work.

I would like to know which file is currently specified "text-transform: capitalize; " in helix2 template demo for this page?

http://demo.joomshaper.com/2013/helix-ii/index.php/2013-01-31-07-00-31/gallery

I want to start with small letter for the gallery tab name but I can't even though I set "text-transform: none; " on both less or css.

.gallery-filters .btn {
text-transform: none;
}

doesn't work.

.gallery-filters .btn {
text-transform: lowercase;
}

worked. But all letter become lowercase.
I need tab name to be like "aOSCE"....

Rifat Wahid Alif - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
use this css:

.gallery-filters .btn{
text-transform: lowercase !important;
}


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