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cant seem to find .css of the default theme

pedenskipedenski New
edited June 2012 in Vanilla 2.0 - 2.8

sorry, this is kinda dumb question but, i cant seem to find the CSS of the default theme.

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    422422 Developer MVP
    edited June 2012

    default theme uses vanillas bundled css file. Within root of Vanilla.

    Dont edit the master stylesheet tho, theres plenty of info on the forums on creating a custom theme.

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    the reason i asked is, i want to edit the "powered by vanilla" not removing (just so be clear).
    it requires to edit the CSS template. since the CSS is embed within the root of vanilla and i dont think i could create a custom theme (not this time) - default theme works fine for me.

    where/how can i edit the "powered by vanilla" anyways?

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    422422 Developer MVP
    edited June 2012

    In the design folder create a file called custom.css

    In your forum, right click powered by .inspect element see what the class is.

    Lets say its class="power"

    In custom.css

    Put

    .power {display:none !important;}

    Save and done.

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    hi, i did what you said, and please understand that i came from no understanding of these stuff.

    there are 2 classes i found in the index page.
    these were: vanilla discussions index and InformMessages

    im unsure which one, so i tried them both.
    on my notepad i typed in..

    .InformMessages {display:none !important;}

    then saved it as custom.css

    nothing has changed.

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    422422 Developer MVP
    edited June 2012

    Okies, you found a sneaky non attribute div.

    In default.master.php copy it across from main forum folder, not sure on exact location.

    Put it in new folder caled views in default theme folder. You should find power link in that file. Theres a few methods to do this, i am sure this way will work.

    When you find powered by link, immediatly above it you see

    < div>

    change it to

    < div style="display:none;">

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    if you are goign to do that why don't you take it altogether?

    grep is your friend.

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    I lost you right about here:

    In default.master.php copy it across from main forum folder, not sure on exact location.Put it in new folder caled views in default theme folder.

    You should find power link in that file. Theres a few methods to do this, i am sure this way will work.

    also, does your post means that i was correct with the
    .InformMessages {display:none !important;}

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    no those are those messages that flash up. yo probably don't want to hide them.

    grep is your friend.

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    pedenskipedenski New
    edited June 2012

    this is getting really complicated :/

    anyway i found this, which solved my question.
    http://vanillaforums.org/discussion/18695

    thanks 422 for the help anyways.. :) i appreciate it. :)

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