Russ

Pixel Exit Staff
I've moved this to support.

Did you edit xb_style.css by chance?

Ideally you want to avoid editing the main CSS templates. Does it show outdated?
 

Blast

Registered
I did some edits on the original css files but it was before updating. I did not know about the 'all edits must go to EXTRA.css' before doing so.
 

Russ

Pixel Exit Staff
I did some edits on the original css files but it was before updating. I did not know about the 'all edits must go to EXTRA.css' before doing so.
It's not a big deal, but yes typically EXTRA.CSS is meant for all your edits. We change xb.css / xb_style.css almost every update so ideally that shouldn't be edited at all. What I'd do it simply copy your xb_style.css on your child style.

Paste it in a program like notepad++ (free), revert your template. Then re-apply your CSS into extra.css
 

Blast

Registered
It's not a big deal, but yes typically EXTRA.CSS is meant for all your edits. We change xb.css / xb_style.css almost every update so ideally that shouldn't be edited at all. What I'd do it simply copy your xb_style.css on your child style.

Paste it in a program like notepad++ (free), revert your template. Then re-apply your CSS into extra.css
I just did this. The error on the index page is gone. But I don't seem to have my user info showing up?



EDIT: I had to manually activate them via Style Properties.
 

Steve

Pixel Exit Staff
You can do a template search and see where the property name is being called, most likely same as above.
 

bt012ss

Registered
Thanks, i´d open the xb.css template in my child and save it without changing something before. That solved this problem.
 

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