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You can use template variable in the import definition, but that's about it, in which case the stylesheet that is imported would be whatever URL gets assigned to that variable. If the stylesheet is coming from a database, however, then the only way to go about it is to assign the CSS to a variable a...
There's no efficient means of doing this for individual css classes Indeed there is, to such a point that phpBB includes an in-file CSS definition by default rather than the external CSS file, which is far less efficient regarding the bandwith, but more versatile for the admin :). If you are talkin...
- Tue Dec 16, 2003 7:58 am
- Forum: [3.0/Olympus] Styling
- Topic: That annoying thing at the top of the forum (the big border)
- Replies: 16
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I highly doubt that is the case.mm3guy wrote:Maybe that border was hard-coded into phpBB 2.1
It would only be possible to fill in whole "files" and undefined macros and components. There's no efficient means of doing this for individual css classes, so you would need to substitute an entire style sheet or markup block.