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Update for critical security issue in PHPMailer included in release Vanilla 2.3.1

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  • Re: Styling Issue

    the main Vanilla CSS file is in the default theme directory, but yours looks like a custom layout embedding Vanilla in something else?

    The standard procedure is to create a custom theme, then create a file called 'custom.css' to override the CSS rules you wish to change, this is documented. Use your Browser development tools (Firebug, Dragonfly, etc) to determine what CSS rules are effecting the layout.

    amphios
  • Re: Styling Issue

    Think you're going to have to learn the quirks of writing CSS rules?

    try adding overflow:auto to your container_blue class:

    .container_blue {
    background-image: url("../img/blue.png");
    bottom: 0;
    height: 100%;
    overflow: auto;
    padding-top: 47px;
    }

    You don't need a height value.

    amphios
  • Re: x00 is on Fire !!!!

    Keep up the excellent work x00. Nice idea 422 - a chance for us to show our appreciation of those who generously share their expertise. Let's have more of this?

    422lessirey
  • Re: Why are we getting duplicated activity entries?

    Sorry for repeating my request for help, but I should have given a bit more detail before?

    Using Vanilla v2.0.18.2, on PHP 5.3. What's strange is we have version 2.0.17.0 installed on the same server, but don't have these issues. Our host updated PHP in January (from 5.2 to 5.3) but this hasn't caused issues for our previous Vanilla install (2.0.17.0).

    So two things have changed since having an 'issue free' Vanilla install: Vanilla has been updated, and so has PHP?

    woodchip
  • Re: Discussion change in opacity

    Looks like there's an 'alt' class:

    <li id="Comment_156076" class="Item Comment Alt"> <li id="Comment_156079" class="Item Comment"> <li id="Comment_156086" class="Item Comment Alt"> <li id="Comment_156087" class="Item Comment"> <li id="Comment_156088" class="Item Comment Alt">

    Easy to find using Browsers Firebug-Like Dev tools to track CSS Rules?

    amphios