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Fatal error: Call to undefined function WA_manageSEO()

Thread began 1/21/2014 7:14 pm by bryan107833 | Last modified 1/29/2014 4:51 pm by bryan107833 | 611 views | 19 replies

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The issues persists... I have added some additional styles (css) to the html editor. When I first did this I lost the display of the HTML editor on the update page but found that the "wizard" was replacing "$CKEditor_config["skin"] = "moono";" with "$CKEditor_config["skin"] = "kama";" and the "kama" no longer worked. Once I found this and replaced it with the "moono" from the pcms update files it seems to work fairly well. However, now the inline editor if you go to edit on the webpage on the live pages themselves the page removes all css styling in the CMS areas and my css styles are not available. Where is the css set for this inline page editor?

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