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  1. Currently I'm using the customization plugin to style our new website. I chose it over the child theme method for various reasons. One customization is changing the color and general style of the static nav bar. I am aware of the Crackbar plugin. But decided I can do the css myself. So using Firebug I found the code to change the Nav Bar. I did tests and got the style I needed. Then I added the code to the style.css file in the customization plugin directory. When I refreshed my browser to look at changes they happened in Chrome/Safari Mac (Webkit) and not Firefox Mac/Win (Gecko). Upon doing some searches in the forums here I found another person complaining about the customization plugin not applying their CSS. I saw that someone suggested using the Custom Code form field in the Pagelines Global Settings.   Here's the code I used. You may notice that the classes say 'grey' but some hexidecimal colors are not grey but green. /*THIS CUSTOMIZES THE BACKGROUND COLORS, BORDER */ .navbar.pl-color-grey {     background-color: #80953a;     background-image: -moz-linear-gradient(top,#80953a,#80953a);     background-image: -ms-linear-gradient(top,#80953a,#80953a);     background-image: -webkit-gradient(linear,0 0,0 100%,from(#80953a),to(#80953a));     background-image: -webkit-linear-gradient(top,#80953a,#80953a);     background-image: -o-linear-gradient(top,#80953a,#80953a);     background-image: linear-gradient(top,#80953a,#80953a);     background-repeat: repeat-x;     filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.gradient(startColorstr='#80953a', endColorstr='#80953a', GradientType=0);     border-top: 1px solid #cbe82e;     color: #ffffff; } /*THIS CUSTOMIZES THE LIST ITEMS - THE FONTS */ .navbar.pl-color-grey .navline > li > a {     color: #FFFFFF;     text-shadow: #FFFFFF 0 0px 0; } .navbar.pl-color-grey .navline > li.current-menu-item > a {     color: #80953a;     background-color: #FFFFFF;     text-shadow: #FFFFFF 0 0px 0; } /*THIS CUSTOMIZES THE LIST ITEMS HOVER - THE FONTS */ .navbar.pl-color-grey .navline > li > a:hover {     color: #0E4EA2; } I took out the CSS to change the top nav bar from the customization plugin style.css and pasted it in the Custom Code form. THEN it works in Chrome and Firefox. Most oddly IE 8 Windows shows the new Nav Bar colors for a few seconds then reverts to the original NavBar colors I'm trying to override. Why did this work when just editing the style.css did not? Specifically with how Firefox handled it differently than Chrome. Can I use both methods of editing CSS at the same time without side affects? Thanks. -BrianR    
  2. customization plugin

    I am trying to understand how to run the customization plugin.   Plenty of 404s on this topic.   Here they are: http://www.pagelines.com/wiki/How_to_Use_the_PageLines_Customize_Plugin/#PageLines_Customize_plugin_vs._the_Base_Theme http://www.pagelines.com/wiki/How_to_Use_the_PageLines_Customize_Plugin/     Please advise on links to using/documentation for the customization plugin.
  3. I have noticed on a very simple site, that style.css sends the browser a an HTTP status of 304. 304 Not Modified The browser (Safari) then proceeds to reload the style.css file that has only a couple lines of code in it. The browser does not cache this file. A reload on the page triggers another download. It seems to me that this file should be cached as it is a static file. The site takes a load hit as it requests a fresh download. The site is www.daugbytes.com and is a basic stripped down configuration. My question is - is there a way to have this file cached by the browser? Have I missed something?
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