Do I have the correct css files?

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1/12/2010 1:31:44 PM
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Do I have the correct css files?

Here is my

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blog 0.0.1.2
contactform 0.0.0.3
eventcalendar 0.0.0.3
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forums 0.0.1.1
imagegallery 0.0.0.4
linksmodule 0.0.0.4
pollfeature-byChristianFredh 0.0.0.4
sharedfiles 0.0.0.6
surveyfeature 0.0.1.5
webstore 0.0.6.1

 

The skin files I have still show the style.css and other css files.  They are not organized with the stylelayout.css, etc. files that are mentioned on the Understanding the CSS Files document.  Do I have the correct css files?

 

Thanks!

1/12/2010 1:34:26 PM
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Re: Do I have the correct css files?

Yes, you have the correct files, it is the documentation that needs updating. If you started with version 2.3.3.2 you are all set, if you upgraded from an older version you should delete the skins from /Data/Sites/1/skins (except for custom ones) and copy them from /Data/skins

I will be correcting the documentation soon.

Best,

Joe

1/12/2010 1:36:42 PM
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Re: Do I have the correct css files?

Thanks for the super fast reply!  On to customizing my skins!  You don't happen to have a blank on that doesn't reference any colors or images do you?  One that has only the required files to get started?  I will always want to do a custom skin, so I am going to create one if there isn't one available.


Thanks again!

1/12/2010 1:41:17 PM
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Re: Do I have the correct css files?

The printerfriendly skin is the closest thing to a blank skin that is available.

HTH,
Joe D.

1/12/2010 1:44:36 PM
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Re: Do I have the correct css files?

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!

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