instead of changing the css.php, you should use a css insert. that way the change is stored in the database and will apply if you upgrade. By editing the code itself, you will have to make the change if you ever upgrade (you are keeping really detailed notes...right?)
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Last edited by juggledad; Nov 26, 2009 at 04:45 AM.