Rails – Changing the attributes of the flash notice
Some of the apps I do make a lot of use of the Rails flash notices. The default text attributes don’t make the notice stick out enough. I wanted to use a yellow background to highlight any notices.
Using the Inspect tool in chrome, I found that the controlling CSS was in assets/scaffolds.scss. In my case it happened to be around line 39
Look for #notice. The only attibute was color: green;. I changed that to add a yellow background color as follows
Now the text is in green with a yellow highlight behind it.
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