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Old January 22nd, 2011, 12:48 PM
mathiasschindler mathiasschindler is offline
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Default css not working in custom views


i just tried to integrate a custom view in a post. it works, but all styles are gone. i checked the source code and all css files seems to be included that are included on the shop pages where everything ok.

@eric or stefan, you can try this on my site (i sent you my credentials for the site 2 days ago) when using for example this custom view: [DFRost_cat?c=333438]

i checked the documentation but didn't find anything else that i have to do to get this work. maybe i have a mess with my theme? or is this a general problem?

thanks for help!
Old January 22nd, 2011, 02:06 PM
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You should add the word view to your Custom view's view properties Custom CSS ID field:

The Factory > Your Store > CUSTOM VIEWS > Your View > View menu > View Properties.
Old January 23rd, 2011, 12:08 PM
mathiasschindler mathiasschindler is offline
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that worked, thanks

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