Am in process of setting up a revised school website based upon Joomla and stumbled across the Edugeek package (great work)
I am looking to use one of the 'edugeek' templates but when I invoke the JCE to edit an item, the edit boxes background is filled with a graduated colour (grey in this instance) and the text you type in is not easy to read.
I have discovered some work-arounds:
1) In JCE config, select not to include template styles (this works and just gives me a white background to edit on - BUT I forefeit the use of styles e.g. the notice styles)
2) In the template CSS file, under 'body' definition, remove the background image definition (i.e. for page-bg.jpg). This gices me a white background in JCE edit box, and I can still have the styles, BUT the website background now loses its graduated 'backwash'
What I would really like, is to have everything 'as it was intended' but have a non-coloured JCE edit box. Does anyone (SYSMAN_MK?) have any ideas/solutions or have the same experience?
[NB: This problem does not exist in the Rokwebify template (not the same css structure) but that is not the template that I currently want to use]
Thanks SYSMAN_MK - all seems quite logical now you point it out!
I have been reading many threads here (in order to bring myself up to date) but must have missed that one.
Now that I look in the template directory, I see that there is a jce_css.css file already there (just didn't realise this was what I needed to solve my problem - the only thing I think you need to 'add' is some notes in the installation user guide to point out the extra configuration setting needed)