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Customising with iRite

Thread began 7/24/2009 4:27 pm by mds119803 | Last modified 7/30/2009 9:25 am by mds119803 | 4341 views | 11 replies


I bought iRite to make the changes but am having some difficulty with it. Spent a lot of time reading through the threads on iRite and didn't really get a lot of it.

I opened up contents_insert.php and clicked on the iRite edit button in properties within Dreamweaver CS2. Took out the icons I didn't want. Browsed to my style sheet and selected the styles I wanted ok and saved the file. Uploaded it and all the iRite files to my server but no difference. I've opened up iRite custom folder and manually uploaded the js and xml files in there which are called the same as my custom toolbar and when I open them have the right info. Trouble is nothing looks any different, same toolbar, no styles? There are 2 other files in there already which I checked and are also on the server (I did that because a thread in iRite said that sometimes DW doesn't upload the custom files). Not sure why this hasn't worked, can you help please?

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