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Modificar espacio entre lineas h4 plantilla jr leotian

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1 year 4 months ago #45334 by Patricia
Hola,

Estoy intentando modificar el espacio entre líneas del módulo "Jomres AsAModule popular properties" de la página principal y no soy capaz de encontrar la ruta de la hoja de estilo. Encuentro la del tamaño de fuente y otros estilos (firebug me da la ruta /templates/jr_leotian/css/template.css) pero para modificar el espacio de línea que el estilo es:

.fl-as-1 h4 {
line-height: 2;


Me da una ubicación tipo la ruta de la web i #5.

He buscado y rebuscado por todos los archivos de estilo dentro de /templates/jr_leotian/ pero me estoy volviendo loca, igual está ubicado en otro lugar.

Gracias por vuestra ayuda,
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1 year 4 months ago #45335 by Paulo
Hola:

Un truco fácil, aunque algo bruto, para casos como éste es hacer un "grep" en todo el árbol de directorios, a ver si te encuentras algo. Si estás en Mac o en un Unix/Linux, no tienes más que abrir el terminal y usar la línea de comandos:
grep -r fl-as-1 *|more

En la carpeta donde tengas tu instalación raíz de Joomla.

Lo he hecho en mi instalación, y lo que me sale es que está en:
templates/jr_leotian/html/featured_listings_asamodule_1/featured_listings_asamodule_1.html

Espero que te sirva.
The following user(s) said Thank You: Patricia
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1 year 4 months ago #45336 by Patricia
Voilà! Ahí està!
Uffff, muchas gracias Paulo.

Me lo guardo ;)
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