fourm style not being picked up on specific page
I am running a vB forum with an integrated photopost.
after i did the 3.5 upgrade i noticed that one a particular page (show gallery), the forum style is not being picked up.
Check out page 1: http://www.walkcalifornia.com/gallery/index.php
And then check out page 2: http://www.walkcalifornia.com/galler...ry.php/cat/542
You will notice on page one, I am getting the 'light blue/cyan' style I desire and on page 2 (clicking on a specifc album), i am getting the default forum style (whihc i do not want).
suggestions are appreciated...
This is the only part of my forum that this is happening. every other section picks up the light blue style.
You have spider url's turned on yet in your style you have relative url's to your images so it fails when using spider url's the most common solution is to make sure to use full urls
but you can try replacing this code block in header-inc.php and see if this helps autorewrite the urls
thanks for the info.
unfortunately, replacing that code block did not seem to do the trick. for the time being I have turned off spider friendly urls feature and the style came back. - thx.
i don't think i'd know where to start if i were to look back at the custom style and put in full urls. I originally had someone else upload the style and am not to sure what i would need to do.
You would view the style in vbulletin admin and in the individual class's and place full url's to the gradient images for each class that has a gradient
When i view the style as you mention, I have the following options: Template Options, Edit fonts/colors, Edit Style Options. From digging around, it seems like you are not speaking of template options and not style options.
If I go into Edit fonts/colors and view "All style options", then i have a long list of things.
But you are saying to just change the "individual class's and place full url's to the gradient images for each class that has a gradient".
If I look at my files for the style, there is a folder that is called 'gradients_blue'. It has 6 images inside it and one empty (0k) index.html file. Perhaps you are saying to add the full path anywhere any of these 6 gradient images are referenced in the "All style options" area?
Please confirm my understanding. Thanks for your patience.
Class is a variable in a Cascading Style Sheet(CSS) ;)
In VBadmin Style Options -->All style options
Under that long list it lists each style class and you will see the class's like thead tcat vbmenu_options etc etc and where there is a url to a gradient make it a full url
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