Registration / Login Page Theme Skin CSS

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8/7/2013 8:51:51 AM
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Registration / Login Page Theme Skin CSS

Hi, I am using Artisteer to create a theme for Mojoportal (Latest Version, which is the best cms on the market if you ask me!) Everything is working perfectly, with the exception of the Registration Page and The Login Page, I just cannot get the theme to apply to these pages.  

 

Does anyone know if it is possible to apply a skin to these pages?

Thank to anyone who may be able to help me.

 

 

8/7/2013 9:39:30 AM
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Re: Registration / Login Page Theme Skin CSS

Can you post a link to the site so we can see the problem?

Are you are using the registration and login pages that are built in to mojoPortal not something custom or modified?

8/7/2013 9:58:43 AM
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Re: Registration / Login Page Theme Skin CSS

This is my test site http://email.dgrs.net/portal/

I am using everything Mojo nothing custom.  As you can see, the button is not themed (not the same as the login module) which appears to have taken then them, Also the panel (box) does not appear the same as the rest of the site and font and style and colour does not appear to be skined either.

http://email.dgrs.net/portal/Secure/RecoverPassword.aspx

http://email.dgrs.net/portal/Secure/Register.aspx

 

Appreciate any help you can offer, I have been trying to get this to work for days now and failed.

 

 

 

 

8/7/2013 11:08:20 AM
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Re: Registration / Login Page Theme Skin CSS

Hi,

Does your skin folder have a space in the name? It should not. Create a new folder with no spaces, copy the skin files into it then change the site to use the new skin name with no spaces.

Hope that helps,

Joe

8/7/2013 7:32:13 PM
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Re: Registration / Login Page Theme Skin CSS

Thanks for the info, however my Skin Name was smartercontrol_15, so I change it to smartercontrol, but it has not fixed the problem.  Any other ideas?

 

8/8/2013 8:13:01 AM
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Re: Registration / Login Page Theme Skin CSS

i have checked out some of the other themes that come with Mojoportal, and none of them seem to be themed correctly on these pages?

 

8/8/2013 8:20:23 AM
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Re: Registration / Login Page Theme Skin CSS

When I look at your site just now it looks fine on the register page. However I notice that you are using older Artisteer 3.1 skins not new skins that currently ship with mojoPortal. The new skins are only under /Data/skins we don't touch existing skins used by the site under /Data/Sites/[SiteID]/skins so if you want to try new skins you need to copy them there yourself.

Note that the older skins are currently having script errors on the page because they need the jquery migrate plugin enabled as described on our Important Skin Changes article.

Hope that helps,

Joe

8/8/2013 8:39:39 AM
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Re: Registration / Login Page Theme Skin CSS

ok, maybe I am missing something here or my upgrade has broken something then.  If i put my skin in Data/Skin, I don't see it in the admin, I only see it if I put it in Data/Site/1/Skin.

 

So it is supposed to be in Data/Skin now?

 

8/8/2013 8:48:33 AM
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Re: Registration / Login Page Theme Skin CSS

http://test.smartercontrol.com.au/

This is my test site.  I have set the theme to art41-businessblue3.

At the top of the site you can see nice blue buttons.

Now if you go to

http://test.smartercontrol.com.au/Secure/Register.aspx

 

the button is not themed?

Also, no matter what theme I select the panel never changes shape or colour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

8/8/2013 10:16:08 AM
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Re: Registration / Login Page Theme Skin CSS

If you want to show the main menu on the register and login  pages you need to add this in user.config:

<add key="HideMenusOnRegisterPage" value="false" />
  <add key="HideMenusOnLoginPage" value="false" />

By default the menu is not shown on those pages.

Hope that helps,

Joe

8/8/2013 10:26:09 AM
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Re: Registration / Login Page Theme Skin CSS

i assume this reply was not meant for me.

 

http://test.smartercontrol.com.au/

My Test Site currently has art41-businessblue3 skin applied.   Please take note of the Logon Block at the right hand side of the screen.  There is a button on it called Sign in, which is skinned.

 

Now, if you click the register link at the top of the page or from within the logon block it takes you to the registration page.  At the bottom of the registration page there is a button called Create Account, this "Create Account" button is not skinned like the other buttons, Why not?

 

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