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  • For the life of me I can’t figure out why Jot is refusing to accept my css parameters. This is my call

    
    [[Jot? &customfields=`name,email,location,website` &placeholders=`1` &output=`0` &css=`0` &numdir=`0` &tplComments=`comment` &tplForm=`sacuda-comment-form` &tplNav=`sacuda-comments-nav` &tplModerate=`sacuda-comments-mod` &validate=`name:You must enter a name to leave a comment.,content:You forgot to enter a comment!,email:Please enter a valid e-mail address.:email`]]
    
    


    The &css parameter has no effect the default sheet is always linked. If I add &cssFile, rather than removing the default it adds a second style sheet. Also the following have no effect:
    &cssRowAlt
    &cssRowMe
    &cssRowAuthor

    All of the other parameters seem to be working fine.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks
    • This parameter works well (i tested it).
      I think output is cached and changes does not effect. clear cache....
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      • That’s what I thought, I tried to clear the cache and to run the call un-cached, the page un-cached etc. Nothing. I had to hack the snippit to remove the link to the default CSS file.

        Actually it was stranger than that, if I change the path to the default CSS it was adding a second CSS link not changing the first and so on.
        • Quote from: suburbiaboy at Feb 20, 2009, 02:20 PM

          That’s what I thought, I tried to clear the cache and to run the call un-cached, the page un-cached etc. Nothing. I had to hack the snippit to remove the link to the default CSS file.

          Actually it was stranger than that, if I change the path to the default CSS it was adding a second CSS link not changing the first and so on.

          I’m having the exact same problem huh
          • In Evo 1.0.2 the default jot css is present on every page and I don’t even have any calls to jot.
            • To definitely turn it off!

              1.use &css=`0`
              2.edit the snippet:
              // $Jot->Set("css", $css);
              $Jot->Set("css", 0);

              3. Edit jot.class.inc.php
              // $this->config["css"]["include"] = !is_null($this->Get("css")) ? intval($this->Get("css")) : 1;
              $this->config["css"]["include"] = !is_null($this->Get("css")) ? intval($this->Get("css")) : 0;


              ...then add CSS somewhere else.
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              • Same problem here.

                Step 2 (editing it directly in the snippet) did the trick.

                So it seems to me that somewhere the value of &css is lost.

                Tnx
                Gino