#Crop Circles Include File
#Copyright 2008 ShopSite inc. Design by Lauren
[-- IF STORE.SC_ShadeColor edf3ac --]
[-- VAR.HeaderImage "circles-green.jpg" --]
[-- ELSE_IF STORE.SC_ShadeColor dab44f --]
[-- VAR.HeaderImage "circles-ocean.jpg" --]
[-- ELSE_IF STORE.SC_ShadeColor edec86 --]
[-- VAR.HeaderImage "circles-blue.jpg" --]
[-- ELSE_IF STORE.SC_ShadeColor fbb8be --]
[-- VAR.HeaderImage "circles-purple.jpg" --]
[-- ELSE_IF STORE.SC_ShadeColor f8b8bc --]
[-- VAR.HeaderImage "circles-pink.jpg" --]
[-- ELSE_IF STORE.SC_ShadeColor f6cd5e --]
[-- VAR.HeaderImage "circles-red.jpg" --]
[-- ELSE_IF STORE.SC_ShadeColor f3b53c --]
[-- VAR.HeaderImage "circles-orange.jpg" --]
[-- ELSE_IF STORE.SC_ShadeColor ade3e4 --]
[-- VAR.HeaderImage "circles-yellow.jpg" --]
[-- ELSE --]
[-- VAR.HeaderImage "circles-muted.jpg" --]
[-- END_IF --]
No I included those to show how the colors are hard coded and changing certain things would result in the muted gray color image being used. The default background color comes from the Active Link Color field and is #6B2D5C In your store you have changed this to #626660. Since that color is not one of the ones listed in the template IF ELSE_IF statements the image falls through to the last option "circles-muted.jpg" which is the image that is being used.OK, so I take it you sent me all the hardcoded color choices above so I could choose the one I want?
The particular code that I included comes from the include file CropCircles-Colors.cssHow to get to wheere the code is to change it?
There are 2 ways to fix it. 1. Set the Active link color to #6B2D5C or 2. make a copy of the ShopSite include file in the Merchandising > Custom Templates > Includes and make your changes to that file. Then make a copy of your edited file and name it CropCircles-Colors.sst. That way it will override the ShopSite provided template file. Then if you don't like how it worked you could just delete your version of the file and the ShopSite one will be active again.What if I mess things up trying to insert the correct color code?
Because you change the Active Link Color which is what determines the color of image that is used.And anyway, why is it that the color keeps changing from the desired (In this case purple) color, all ready in place, to grey?
Jim wrote:You copy it to a different file name from the ShopSite template. That will move it to a location reserved for merchant files. Once the file is in the merchant area you can use the Copy option and give it the original name again.
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