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combined_optimized.css

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by nshreders, Apr 24, 2008.

  1. nshreders

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    Is this generated on the fly by cpanel? Is this something that a custom theme/brand would modify?

    I have a client who had some gap/margin issues that only showed up in IE6. Sure enough, it was an old IE6 bug that was easily fixed by adding something to the .clearit property.

    I haven't developed for cpanel for myself (branding/theming/otherwise). I logged into a different customers box and did not find that property in the file at all.

    Is this file the main style sheet that the branding editor refers to? "The CSS editor allow you to change the CSS styles for this branding style. It will not modify the styles in /css/styles.css (the main style sheet) but it will allow you to override them with any styles placed into this style sheet."

    If we put our own .clearit property in there, would it override the one in combined_optimized.css?
     
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    combined_optimized.css is not something you would edit directly via the branding editor. IIRC, it is an optimization by means of combining multiple CSS files into a single CSS file to cut down on load times. However, the contents of this file would be generated from the CSS stylesheets in the style thus is customizable.

    I recommend using the stylesheet editor in the branding editor to edit any CSS.
     

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