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  • mr_snob
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    Originally posted by webfire
    Yeah, that is why I didn't post back to this one.

    Try http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php?t=121011

    Thanks!
    thank youuuuu

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  • webfire
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    Originally posted by Zachery
    It'd be really helpful if you stuck to one thread.
    Yeah, that is why I didn't post back to this one.

    Try http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php?t=121011

    Thanks!

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  • Boxy
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    Where is the other thread you posted the details in?

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  • Zachery
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    It'd be really helpful if you stuck to one thread.

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  • webfire
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    I posted more details in another thread. I'll see where that takes me.

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  • Zachery
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    What do you mean take hold?

    It works fine for me. I've been adding my own classes just fine.

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  • webfire
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    Any CSS I put in there does not take hold either. I am trying to add css to my header. Any one have any tips on this?

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  • gab1982
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    I tryed that but it never worked ill retry it, could have just been me, thanks.

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  • Zachery
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    umm its been a default feature since beta 3 (at least if i remember right)

    look at the bottom of the CSS manager theres a space for extra CSS

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  • gab1982
    started a topic Adding a new css class

    Adding a new css class

    how do i add a new css class to the stylesheet. I looked everywhere but couldnb't find out how to do it and i dont want to go looking in phpmyadmin, if this cannot be done i think it would be a great feature for vb3 rc3 or final.
    thanks.
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