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Thread began 10/30/2010 1:39 am by FrankJay | Last modified 11/04/2010 4:24 pm by FrankJay | 1325 views | 10 replies

FrankJay

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  is this the file in the HTMLEditor/Custom folder? A: Yes it is

you should not be editing this file directly. A: I am not. I am merely following a tutorial on the following topic" Adding Custom CSS Styles To Content Area" that tutorial suggests using the file in question to access the HTML editor to customise the styles available to the content area.

you should be editing the admin/contents_results.php page.  



Thank you for your response Jason. I followed the tutorial in the last posting of the above thread. The result I achieved was exactly what I wanted to get. I wanted to re-do the tutorial again to add additional styles to the content area. This is when the gibberish is displayed on the page.
My problem right now is I don't know what is causing this and how to correct this. Any further ideas?

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