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Adding CSS - Almost working. Please help!!

Thread began 10/18/2010 11:30 pm by info72555 | Last modified 10/19/2010 4:48 pm by info72555 | 1013 views | 5 replies


What am I missing?

Your documentation suggests the CSS is already linked to the "contents_insert_ContentValue1.js" and "contents_update_ContentValue1.js". Are these the pages you are referring to?

The lines that already exist in your files (insert & update):
FCKConfig.EditorAreaCSS = '../../css/cms_styles.css';

The styles I tried to add show fine in the editor and actually format the text as desired in the preview window. However, when I click Update, all these styles disappear in the following screen. Do the paths specified for the CSS have anything to do with it? I think the concept for the solution pack is great but I need to be able to offer CSS before a client is interested.

Would you please be specific in your response as to what needs to be done? Is there another link that needs to be created that is not mentioned in your documentation? I believe I checked every post making reference to CMS & CSS and I cannot figure it out :o(


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