where to change plugin-css?

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where to change plugin-css?

Post by sph » Wed Apr 26, 2006 3:51 pm

hello everybody!

two things at first: my english is not really good, i think, and i finally got rid of _very_ long useless websearch. excuse both facts, please.


so, i use the "static pages" - plugin for my s9y-blog, and there are some frontend-elements i want to change in the css.

but - where?

the standard-css in my template-folder doesn't seem to work. then, in the plugins-folder, i only found a backend.css - file. which won't work, too.

can anyone please tell me where to fix the css-code? do i have to create a new css-file, like "frontend.css", or something? in which folder?

hope you can help me,

thanx alot for reading, sorry for stealing your time,

greets!
the island of stupid - come to where the monkey is...

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Re: where to change plugin-css?

Post by garvinhicking » Wed Apr 26, 2006 4:09 pm

Hi!

It depends on what you want to change. You should be able to insert the CSS you need into the style.css file of your current template (like templates/default/style.css).

If you tell us what exactly you want to change, I might point you into a more specific direction.

HTH,
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Post by sph » Wed Apr 26, 2006 5:13 pm

uh-oh...

i'm such an idiot. :shock:

yes. you're right. i just had to write the css in my template 'style.css'. right. i did so the whole morning, but i never recognized my typing-errors...

ohmygod. :oops:

hurray, see, it's ".staticpage_author" and not ".staticpage.author"...!

by the way: i just wanted to hide these two lines beneath the staticpage, the author-name and the date.


so, thanx anyway!
the island of stupid - come to where the monkey is...

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Post by garvinhicking » Wed Apr 26, 2006 5:18 pm

:-)

No problem, sometimes we each make mistakes like this. That's what we're here for. :-)

So have fun with styling,
Garvin
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