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  • robinantill
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    Thanks Lynne I've found it now by searching as you suggested. It was frustrating not to be able to find it as I had used this before to add some extra css code.

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  • Lynne
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    When you say "extra CSS styles" - are you wondering where to add your custom CSS to your style? Most likely you added it to Style Manager > find style > Edit Templates > css_additional.css

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  • robinantill
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    I've removed all the http:// and changed to https:// or use relative paths which all helps with the secure page.
    I think the reason SiteBuilder is not working is that I've removed some code which enabled it to work. And thinking back I did not create my 'style' using SiteBuilder but using the template editor as it was very involved. So I realise I don't need to use Sitebuilder after all.

    However I can't remember where the extra CSS styles should go. When I did the site in the first place I went back and forth but have not forgotten. Joys of getting old. Can anyone point me in the right direction. Thanks.

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  • robinantill
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    Thank you for that. I will work along those lines.

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  • Glenn Vergara
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    Try to fix the http/https mixed content error first. This causes a js error on the page that might have prevented other scripts to work.

    Remove the http: part to fix this issue.
    Code:
    <script charset="UTF-8" src="http://www.leisurebuildings.com/acatalog/top-menu-forum/top-menu-forum-awm.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
    ...
    <script charset="UTF-8" src="http://www.leisurebuildings.com/acatalog/top-menu-mobile-forum-awm/top-menu-mobile-forum-awm.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
    You may also use relative path (/acatalog/....) instead of absolute path

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  • robinantill
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    Hi Mark,

    Will do that. I will remove sections of code piece by piece until I find the culprit. That what I normally have to do. Quite challenging but very rewarding when I find the problem.

    Thanks for the comment about the style. This works on desktop, tablet and mobile. It took me ages to implement it into vBulletin.

    Regards,
    Robin

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  • Mark.B
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    I'm going to hazard a guess that you've broken it by editing the header.

    You can try taking a copy of the header template (just copy it into notepad), then revert it.
    See if that fixes site builder. If it does then that's your issue. What I then do is carefully copy the site builder bits out of the default template into the relevant place on the customised version, then paste it back in. Often a bit of trial and error.

    Nice style by the way.

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  • robinantill
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    Hi,
    Link to site is here which has my style (which appears to be broken - from the point of view of Site Builder ) https://www.leisurebuildings.com/help/
    From that page you can select different styles (default, test etc)
    Thanks,
    Robin

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  • Lynne
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    Can we get a link to the actual forums? and allow us to see your custom style (the 'broken' one) and the default style (the 'working' one)?

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  • robinantill
    started a topic Unable to access SiteBuilder to Edit my New Style

    Unable to access SiteBuilder to Edit my New Style

    Hi,

    I had created a new style layout using Edit Site option which seemed to work fine.

    I just updated all of my web site to be a secure pages https://www.leisurebuildings.com/

    This meant that all the links and images in my new style were still pointing to the non-secure page http://www.leisurebuildings.com/ and need to be amended to https://www.leisurebuildings.com/

    However when I try to use SiteBuilder - I click on Edit Page or Header nothing happens.
    I then went and reset the style to the default style - I am then able to edit the page etc.

    I can only assume that something in my new style is stopping SiteBuilder working. The problem is I can't get to the new style to correct it.

    Can anyone tell me where the styles are stored so I can access it through myPHPAdmin or directly on the server.
    Regards,
    Robin

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