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JorgeVazquez

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  1. This worked out for me, just paste it in the header of any blog or page using the <script> tags function disableselect(e) { return false; } function reEnable() { return true; } document.onselectstart = new Function("return false"); if (window.sidebar) { document.onmousedown = disableselect; document.onclick = reEnable; }
  2. Yes, and also is it possible to change the text?, cause it looks like the automated message has grammatical errors Link: https://www.circulonl.com/checkout/order-confirmed?oid=5e82c9c3c5a5f81740304f56&authCode=NWU4MmM5YzNjNWE1ZjgxNzQwMzA0ZjU2OjIwMjAtMDMtMzFUMDQ6NDA6MzQuMjU2Wr6-p4RPJax5uNYVhVMyTsmbrTJCpI8LGElFN0-KDJ1K
  3. well, thanks @tuanphan, it's actually helpful to know, but is there a way to change the blue color beneath the banner to plain white? thnx in advance...
  4. Hi, I'm trying to change the background color on the purchase confirmation page to plain white, I tried using /* Order Confirmation Page */ div#confirmed-page { background: white; } And I just got the text block to be white, Is there any way to change the color on the whole page under the nav bar and modify the text displayed on it? @tuanphan
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