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  • Ace
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    According to http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...ss-sheet-error , swapping the CSS storage method to Filesystem fixes it.

    You'd probably want to ensure the /clientscript folder is actually writable, and that the files are being generated, before discarding the idea.

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  • DAMINK
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    Originally posted by Steve Machol View Post
    That happens when you have the wrong forum URL setting. You need to set the correct forum URL here:

    Admin CP -> Settings -> Options -> Site Name / URL / Contact Details -> Forum URL
    Checked there and everything is in order.
    URL is correct.

    Originally posted by Destron View Post
    Looking at your site, I don't see forum.php in the link you provide, is it hidden or do you have the forum url wrong?
    I run the forum from root also. I never liked the forum.php But you can access it there also.

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  • Destron
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    Looking at your site, I don't see forum.php in the link you provide, is it hidden or do you have the forum url wrong?

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  • Steve Machol
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    That happens when you have the wrong forum URL setting. You need to set the correct forum URL here:

    Admin CP -> Settings -> Options -> Site Name / URL / Contact Details -> Forum URL

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  • DAMINK
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    Originally posted by Boofo View Post
    Are you storing your CSS Stylesheets as files or in the db?
    Database. But i have tried both ways and no change seemingly.

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  • Boofo
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    Are you storing your CSS Stylesheets as files or in the db?

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  • DAMINK
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    Originally posted by Boofo View Post
    Have you tried deleting all cookies and cache after logging out and doing a hard reset of your browser?
    I dont think its that mate. Check the url for yourself.
    http://www.ftw.net.au
    I have tried using a proxy to bypass cookies etc and same.

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  • Boofo
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    Have you tried deleting all cookies and cache after logging out and doing a hard reset of your browser?

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  • DAMINK
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    I dont expect it to be the host though.
    This only happened after i tried to do the upgrade.
    Got me how stumped how to fix it.
    I have tried deleting all themes and installing just one new one.
    That did not help.

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  • Boofo
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    I had that happen once a few years ago, but my solution ended up being a hosting problem. Something strange on their end. But I can't, for the life of me, remember what they told me it was.

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  • DAMINK
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    Any other takers?
    I have tried replacing current files with backed up ones (just before upgrade attempt)
    I have tried replacing with the 4.0.8.2 files i had used for the last update a week or 2 ago.
    I have tried replacing with the latest 4.1.0 files.
    I have the forum running again. I just dont seem to have any CSS being called up.

    Noticed this when looking at page source.

    Code:
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="[URL="http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/view-source:http://www.ftw.net.au/css.php?styleid=1&langid=1&d=1291515323&td=ltr&sheet=bbcode.css,editor.css,popupmenu.css,reset-fonts.css,vbulletin.css,vbulletin-chrome.css,vbulletin-formcontrols.css,"]http://www.ftw.net.au/css.php?styleid=1&amp;langid=1&amp;d=1291515323&amp;td=ltr&amp;sheet=bbcode.css,editor.css,popupmenu.css,reset-fonts.css,vbulletin.css,vbulletin-chrome.css,vbulletin-formcontrols.css,[/URL]" />
    Seems a little weird no?

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  • Destron
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    I've run into similar errors in the past, don't recall how to fix though. I don't know if it has to do with the forum URL :/

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  • DAMINK
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    Originally posted by steven s View Post
    Revert your css file?
    How do i do that?
    I tried revert all templates and get "Nothing to Do"

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  • steven s
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    Originally posted by DAMINK View Post
    Its all rolled back now.
    But i still appear to have a CSS issue.
    Anyone know whats going on with this and a possible solution?
    Revert your css file?

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  • DAMINK
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    Its all rolled back now.
    But i still appear to have a CSS issue.
    Anyone know whats going on with this and a possible solution?

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