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Recommendation on best way to insert my own stylesheets?

 
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Hello all,

I am testing the prebuilt war for jforum2 out and need to be able alter the stylesheets to deal with Cherokee Language writing (non-latin).

Recommendation on best way to insert my own stylesheets?
 
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JForum supports internationalization. There is a file en_US.css in which you can override styles for English/US. I imagine there is a standard internationalization code for Cherokee. Similarly, there is en_US.properties for the actual text. That works if you are using the user selections.

If you want to always display Cherokee preferences, I'm thinking the easiest thing to do is change the default files themselves.
 
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Is there a file that is used as a common include where I can insert a javascript file import ?
 
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Michael Joyner wrote:Is there a file that is used as a common include where I can insert a javascript file import ?


header.htm is used by most pages. There are some exceptions though like the admin pages and the PM pop-up.
 
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