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Themes in stable 2.1: where is my css?


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dio5

Community Member, 501 Posts

16 October 2007 at 11:55pm

Edited: 17/10/2007 12:25am

In the stable version of 2.1 I'm not getting my stylesheets to work.
In rc1 all I had to do was setting SSViewer::set_theme('mytheme');
but that doesn't seem to do much anymore... I'm not seeeing any styles attached.

It worked with the default black candy theme, then I changed ssviewer:set_theme in the _config.php file.

Ideas?

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sidisinsane

2 Posts

20 October 2007 at 4:02am

I am having the exact same issue as dio5.

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dio5

Community Member, 501 Posts

20 October 2007 at 4:07am

I solved this by manually setting the stylesheet links in the Page.ss file.

Don't know if that's the recommended way though...

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sidisinsane

2 Posts

20 October 2007 at 4:47am

Edited: 20/10/2007 4:47am

Which one of the several page.ss?
I was trying to check out the paddygreen-theme just for fun and in the end just renamed it to the default theme. Result was a broken layout.
But nevermind, since I'm not to enthusiastic about SilverStripe after all it's not really worth the effort.

Thanks anyway.

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Willr

Forum Moderator, 5513 Posts

22 October 2007 at 9:48pm

Edited: 22/10/2007 9:48pm

In PaddyGreen we will have to check this out but for your CSS files you should have this in your Page.php (in mysite/code)

function init() {
parent::init();
Requirements::themedCSS('layout');
Requirements::themedCSS('typography');
Requirements::themedCSS('form');
Requirements::themedCSS('myuberfancycssfile');
}


Requirements loads CSS files based on what theme you have set. So in your _config.php you will have SSViewer::set_theme('PaddyGreen') and having that init() in your php will automagiclly look for the css files in PaddyGreen/css. Or you can edit the main Page.ss (If using PaddyGreen it will be themes/PaddyGreen/templates/Page.ss) and add the CSS files as per any standard CSS Linking method :D. Why we have requirements for the css is something I dont even know! I personally prefer the second method.. I just like to have full control over them in my templates.