PP 562: Integrated with vb3 - css does not match
after integrating with vb 3.67, it seems that my layout changed slightly. At the point wheer I enable in ACP/integration the option with vb header & footer, the layout changes.
Is the CSS file of PP 562 not determining anymore the look of PP after the integration?
What is the easiest ways to get the old look back but keep the integration?
Thanks in advance
If your integrated with vbulletin you should be using vbulletin's stylesheet
You can place a link here
o.k. I will send you a mail
One gallery is standalone and one is integrated with the stylesheet of your vb3 forum so I am not too clear here. If you dont want to use the vb style header etc then simply turn that off. If you do then you use the vb style and as such any header or style changes you make need to be made on the forum side of things.
ahhh. o.k., I thought vb would only change header/footer, but not the stuff inbetween...
Not a problem
I found an easy solution. It seems that it works without problems. So in case someone else wants to do the same, here is how I achieved it:
In admin Control panal of vbulletin 367 go to:
Scroll down to the buttom. There is the section "Additional CSS Definitions" for advanced users.
Within that box, scroll down and paste the whole css file of photopost into it. Do NOT overwrite the old vbulletin css information there. Just insert the content of the PP CSS file after the last vbulletin css information in the box. Save it.
If you dont want to be fully integrated sure
What kind of integration feature I am missing with this solution?
You did not like how your site looked using the vb3 css so your instead using Photopost stylesheets not vb3's right
Thus you are not running at full integration correct me if I am wrong but this is what your saying in this thread
ah, o.k., so you only mean the css is not 100% the vbulletin one anymore. This is fine with me as long as I have control over the look of both (vb and PP).
With features I meant functionality, not layout/look. So this was a misunderstanding.
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