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  • #16
    You don't even need my mod come Monday. In 4.0.1 is a new css template called additional (.css) and you may add your custom css in there. It's added by way of a new template that is called right before the </head> tag. That template also has a template hook in it for you to add css specific to a page if you want.

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    If I post CSS and you don't know where it goes, throw it into the additional.css template.

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    • #17
      Umm so where can I find the new additional css page? I am using vbulletin 4.02, and would you please link me to the addon you made if this is not possible in vb4.02?

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      • #18
        Sorry to dig this up. I'm playing around with 4.0.4 and I can't find an additional stylevar. Where would it be?

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Been Told View Post
          Sorry to dig this up. I'm playing around with 4.0.4 and I can't find an additional stylevar. Where would it be?
          Nowhere. This is talking about additional.css, the template that we can use to put our additional css into (hence the name).
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          • #20
            Ah thanks, that clears it up.

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