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DaffyDuck 09 Jan 2011 21:54

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Originally Posted by dartho (Post 2146378)
works fine under 4.1pl2. Sounds like you either haven't uploaded the CSS.PHP file to your forum root, or perhaps your server doesn;t support php short tags, in which case you should download the alternative CSS.PHP file available in the first post (or first reply to this thread as the case may be)

I did upload the file, but you are probably correct with the short tags reference -- it sees the css file, but doesn't seem to react to all of it. Let me try that -- thanks for your quick response.

EDIT: Thanks, that did it!

wh1t3dr3am 10 Jan 2011 05:18

How to change style from mobile to default style ?Any advice ? :D

dartho 10 Jan 2011 12:44

Quote:

Originally Posted by wh1t3dr3am (Post 2146816)
How to change style from mobile to default style ?Any advice ? :D

as per install instructions:

Quote:

**Install and configure "LightWeight Style Options"
@BadgerDog - I will get back to you soon

Mark Hewitt 15 Jan 2011 16:19

Sorry if this is an obvious question but I've installed it and it overwrites my default style! I've had to revert to a backup copy of the database to get rid of it! What have I done wrong?

Mark Hewitt 15 Jan 2011 16:45

PS I have installed Lightweight sytle options - I think! But then it still only gives me the mobile style I cannot get back to the default style - more database restores and lost posts :( Nightmare.

dartho 16 Jan 2011 00:07

sounds like you merged it into your default style - this now has happened to about 3 people that I know of and I can see no reason why. Perhaps it's a bug in vBulletin? Do you have debug mode enabled?

Make sure you add it as a child style. Someone else said they created a new style with no parent, and then merged this one into that.

You don;t need to do DB restores to fix either, in teh vBulletin download package there is a tools.php file - upload it to admincp, open in browser and rebuild master style. That will fix. In the mean time I'll report as a bug ...

BadgerDog 16 Jan 2011 00:13

Quote:

Originally Posted by dartho (Post 2146949)
@BadgerDog - I will get back to you soon

Roger that ... :up:

Regards,
Doug

fly 16 Jan 2011 00:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by dartho (Post 2149718)
sounds like you merged it into your default style - this now has happened to about 3 people that I know of and I can see no reason why. Perhaps it's a bug in vBulletin? Do you have debug mode enabled?

Make sure you add it as a child style. Someone else said they created a new style with no parent, and then merged this one into that.

You don;t need to do DB restores to fix either, in teh vBulletin download package there is a tools.php file - upload it to admincp, open in browser and rebuild master style. That will fix. In the mean time I'll report as a bug ...

I've done it before, and it wasn't a bug. ID10T error

Mark Hewitt 16 Jan 2011 11:44

Tried it again but adding it as a child style, same result it seems to overwrite *all* my styles, if I do index.php?styleid=XX all I ever get is the mobile style!

Here's what I'm doing - vbulletin 4.1.1

Download / Upload Styles
Import Style XML File:
Import the XML from your server: mobile.xml (renamed by me)
Merge into style: (Create new style)
Ignore style version: Yes
Title for uploaded style: Mobile
Parent Style: Default Style
Display Order: 10
Allow user selection: Yes

It then goes through the upload process, which appears to be sucessful, but then I just get the mobile style and nothing else!

dartho 16 Jan 2011 14:15

give it a go with no parent (which would make teh Master style the parent which is the default style unmodified)

Mark Hewitt 17 Jan 2011 08:15

Quote:

Originally Posted by dartho (Post 2149978)
give it a go with no parent (which would make teh Master style the parent which is the default style unmodified)

I've got it working now. The only difference to the above was that I uploaded the style from my PC rather then specifying a file on the server. Shouldn't make any difference but it seemed to do so in this case!

dartho 17 Jan 2011 10:29

Good to hear it's now going as it should ...

dartho 17 Jan 2011 13:08

@BadgerDog -

First - if you have the Lightweight STyule Options add-on installed, try adding this:
$vbulletin->options['dt_separate_sticky_normal_active']=0;
$vbulletin->options['dt_separate_sticky_normal_remove']=0;

to the code to disable add-ons section.

If that doesn't work, try editing the Separate Sticky and Normal Threads plugin for for seperate sticky/normal threads and wrap it in

if (STYLEID!=n){

existing pluginin code

}

where n is the lightweight style ID

As for teh Ads stuff, try deleting teh entire contents of the forumhome_ads_code template in the lightweight style

dartho 17 Jan 2011 13:25

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mark Hewitt (Post 2150339)
I've got it working now. The only difference to the above was that I uploaded the style from my PC rather then specifying a file on the server. Shouldn't make any difference but it seemed to do so in this case!

Mark - I don't think it's you. Same just happened on my test site :erm: Uploading from PC = fine. Installing from file on server = messed_up :mad:

using tools.php didn;t help either!!

dhemitz 17 Jan 2011 15:21

I'm install in vbulletin 4.1.1

It's work...!

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Big thanks @dartho......


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