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- 08/17/2012 at 7:46 am #5242
Please try the following;
– pick a skin folder (ie Windows7) and copy it and then rename it to Windows7v2.
– rename all css files from *.Windows7.css to *.Windows7v2.css
– do the same for gif files
– using Visual Studio (or any other tool that can do a search and replace within multiple files) search and replace Windows7 with Windows7v2
– do your changes and mark them as "!important"
– clear the browser's cache and restart it
You should be seeing the changes after that.
If you still don't see them please debug your code (using IE standard debug tool) and check the css files loaded and look for your changes.
If you still have any questions/issues please let me know.
- 08/17/2012 at 7:48 am #4139
I just upgraded to Quest Web Parts for SharePoint version 5.7 from version 5.5. I’m not able to create a custom skin. Any changes I make to any of the existing CSS files don’t seem to get applied. If I try to create a custom skin based on an existing skin it seems to lose all CSS styling. I’ve also tried creating a skin using the online tool at http://stylebuilder.telerik.com/. I really just want to change the background color of the menu and the font color. I’m not having any luck at all so any help would be greatly appreciated. Our farm is SharePoint 2010.
- 08/17/2012 at 7:48 am #6012
Sorry, I forgot to mention that you need to pick your new skin using the ezEdit of your QWP in order to see the changes.
- 08/23/2012 at 8:55 am #5245
The steps above worked. What I was missing was renaming all the CSS files and images.
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