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 the css pretends to work then forgets what it is doing
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hello!

so normally you can throw the css from templates into the skin's css and it's lovely and convenient but somehow it's not been working that way for me the last few days. it will LOOK like it works, and then like five minutes later the code is all broken.

for example this wonderful mess: http://milkshake.jcink.net/index.php?showt...&st=0&#entry110

that's not my code but even the codes that I've done it's been forgetting as well:

http://milkshake.jcink.net/index.php?act=ST&f=3&t=45 (that's meant to have a little border around it)

it's a brand new board so I'm not sure if I've forgotten to flip a setting but it doesn't make sense to me at all. it's like the css I've added isn't being read properly at all
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It's possible that CSS syntax errors are being introduced later and breaking things. Here's a recent topic from a user that was having some of their elements nullified because of broken syntax:

http://forum.jcink.com/index.php?showtopic=25802

The same thing could absolutely be happening here, just with the template CSS.

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thank you so much john! i ran it through a css cleaner thing and found some problems with the mini profile code i was using.

thanks for your help!
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