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Offline EinfachClicken

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Modification of all CSS files ???
« on: May 26, 2008, 04:00:38 AM »
I've been working on a new theme which is mostly related to the background and font colors which we don't like ... that "silver-grey old retired people" look that's throughout roundcube. We want something lively, more upbeat, yet still a little low key. First we had to adjust the shading of all relevant images so that the finished look & feel will be uniform throughout. That's been done already.

Now we're getting ready to work on the background & font colors.
Is there a global CSS in which everything can be changed at once, or do I need to, as I suspect to be the case, edit each and every CSS file if I want certain colors to be uniform throughout our entire roundcube setup?
I'd really appreciate someone letting me know. Thanks.
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Offline EinfachClicken

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Modification of all CSS files ???
« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2008, 09:20:24 AM »
Asked and hereby answered ....
Yes, in order to make global changes you need to go through all of the css files carefully, in some instances a couple of the js files and even a few of the html templates if you're replacing some images like logos and such. Again, that's for anyone who wants to implement a bunch of globalwide changes!
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